BackgroundThe Gulgan thus prophesied: "The earthquake was only the beginning." When Luneth falls down a pit, he is quickly confronted by his destiny: the Wind Crystal. He learns that his is a Warrior of Light, a force that will bring light where this is darkness. Teamed up with childhood friend Arc, the hot headed Refia, the valiant knight Ingus, a roster of brave allies, with the guidance of the sacred Crystals, balance will once again be restored...
GameplayThe game maintains the ATB (active time battle) system of the two previous Final Fantasy games, spicing classic turn-based combat engine with a real-time element. The customization system combines character-specific classes with free-flowing character development. By finding various Espers and equipping them on characters, you can improve their parameters in different ways and choose the magic spells you want to learn for each character.
- From over 100 items and weapons/armor to choose from makes the game very interesting to play.
- Move around the world using flying vehicles and Chocobos
- Control 4 characters at a time to defeat various monsters and bosses
- The maps in the game are extensive have been improved upon from the SNES release of the game in Japan.
Official URLOfficial Site (JP)
Official Site (NA)
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Ladies and Gentleman! Final Fantasy 3 has returned! Or you could say it’s finally...
- Genre: Fantasy RPG
- Theme(s): Fantasy
- Perspective(s): Third Person
- Developer: Matrix Software
- Publisher: Square Enix
Released North America Nov 14, 2006 Europe May 4, 2007 Japan Aug 24, 2006
- Also known as:
- FF3 in North America