Conclusion: A PSone cult classic reborn on the PSP. Oddly enough, despite the 8 years since this game's original release, not a great deal has changed in the RPG genre- and this game still manages to feel every bit as it did in its day. Whether thats a good thing is personal opinion, but for me, after the initial few hours, Breath of Fire 3 becomes one of the finest RPG's ever released.
Excerpt: <img src='/> After playing the Playstations Version of Breath of Fire III, it makes an amazing return back to the PSP. Every part of Breath of Fire III was worth spending all of your free time on. Been able to play it on the PSP sounds even better. This is a game you definitely shouldnt miss out on buying or playing if you have the chance.
Summary: I love the breath of fire series, and this is no exception. If you're familiar with the series then you won't be disappointed, BOF3 does change up the formula of 1&2 a bit, but it feels like an evolution rather than a ripoff. You've got your usual suspects: Ryu and Nina, and a whole cast of unusual characters to pad out your rag-tag team. Even a couple of faces you'll remember from earlier in the series. This game has a few more features than the last two,though.
Summary: This is one of the most unputdownable games I have played. I always find good rpgs although not always big on visual excitment very abosrbing to play, this definately applys here. This game took me 35 or so hours to complete and to describe it as vast is an understatement. So good longevity.
Summary: We Europeans were honoured on Friday with two RPGs released on the same day, now when does that ever happen in the UK? With Tales of Eternia also released on Friday this is the perfect partner to another great game. More traditional in its turn based battles, Breath of Fire III provides a charming RPG experience to the PSP. From what I have played so far, the story seems intriguing enough.