A Good Update On A Game Not Many Have Played Outside of Japan
18 December 2013
Summary: I thought I would write a review for this game based on some of the few negative comments on this title. Final Fantasy III is a updated release of the original NES title that was never released outside of Japan until now. This is not to be confused with the SNES Final Fantasy III which is actually the sixth game in the Final Fantasy Chronology. I have played both the updated version and the original (translated) NES version.
Summary: I feel this game could use the touch pad a bit more. Same thing as FFIV for the DS. But that really changes nothing for the actual gameplay part of this classic. Great game, nothing too drastic changed. At least as far as I've seen.
Summary: Bunch of spoiled gamers. Oh poor you the game doesn't hold your hand. The game is made so that you have the choice of how hard it can be. You want a challenge? Then don't grind often. Don't want to struggle with the bosses or dungeons? Invest a few hours and grind, explore, grind and find good items. Either don't grind and face incredibly hard bosses but still beatable with the right strategy and skills or grind and make life easier at the end.
Summary: There are some good and bad reviews here, but I think overall this is a great game. Final Fantasy 3 was probably the best NES game not released in the US. (NES not SNES... that would belong to FFV). So for the wonderful DS, we get a shiny new release (from the same crew who did FFIV DS and FF Heroes of Light). And it rocks. I actually lost my original DS copy after playing through to about Viking Cove.
The introduction to the final fantasy class system
finalFANtasy07 , GameStop
15 October 2011
Summary: the introduction to the class system of what is FINAL FANTASY, including an amazing story line, awesome gameplay, treacherous bosses (it's sad that gilgamesh isn't in this game..), and fantastic music! BUY THIS GAME NOW IF YOU LIKE FINAL FANTASY 5 AND FINAL FANTASY X-2!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: although like any final fantasy game, there is a lot of traveling and it gets redundant after awhile but this is still a classic rpg and a must have for hardcore final fantasy fans and rpg fans alike.
Summary: Pros: The job system works well and gives the game a lot of replay value - Each class has its own unique abilities - The various jobs are well balanced, e.g. you won't have all magic users because they suck at melee combat All of the characters and classes can dual wield - You can choose to give your characters 2 weapons to increase the damage they do in battle - You can choose to give your character a shield and a weapon so that they have a higher defense You can move...