Final Fantasy III (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Square Enix Nintendo DS games
Description:Model ID 5060121820685@SSA /
Newest Review: ... into the land. You can be a range of characters from white mage, black mage, warrior and more... crafting your team the way ... more
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Final Fantasy III (Nintendo DS)
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Customer Final Fantasy III (DS) Reviews (4)
by - written on 21/01/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Final Fantasy III was the first game I purchased for the Nintendo DS. It was part of the package and I was also (I still am, by the way) a huge Final Fantasy fan so it seemed like a logical choice. I was aware it was a remake/updated version but this was no issue because I haven't played the original so can hardly make comparisons. However, I was fairly unimpressed upon completing the game. It's sometimes fun, there is a lot you can do but there are a few small flaws that make me mark it down. Plot--- Following an earthquake, a previously unexplored cavern is opened up and the main character happens to fall into this cavern. During his exploration of the cave, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Final Fantasy is a long-running series of games that has been out for years on various different consoles. They are set in imaginary lands where you must fight monsters and complete tasks to advance. You play a party of adventurers (think a more socially acceptable version of Dungeons and Dragons) that you control. Starting off with one character (Luneth) and building up to four, by finding and buying treasure, equipment and spells and finding monsters (thus gaining experience and increased job ranks), you progress through the game. Like any console role-playing game, it's not linear and you end up having to solve logical puzzles and walk around and talk to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/08 (Useful, 18 readings)
As mentioned by a previous reviewer, this game is full of promise (being a remake of a previously well-accepted title), but fails to deliver. It's actually, disappointingly, a quite weak RPG for the DS, as the competition is stiff with the wide range of choice having sprung up over the last five years, for both the DS and GBA. The graphics are a bit of a letdown, which was always going to be an issue- the characters aren't rendered in a massively more sophisticated way than your average Animal Crossing character, so be warned if that'd put you off. The music is classic FF, though. The main problem with the game is the glitches that can ruin your whole 30 hours+ ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/09, updated on 19/05/09 (Useful, 14 readings)
This is the first Final Fantasy Game i played and only did so as I was recommended by a friend... It is now one of the best games for the DS. The story is very detailed, and has a few movie cutscenes, where you join a team and have to fight evil to restore peace into the land. You can be a range of characters from white mage, black mage, warrior and more... crafting your team the way you want it, and making it as strong as possible to withstand the many enemies you will face. The graphics are really good, with detailed characters and surroundings, with great effects for attacks. The story is in depth and interesting. It is a long RPG game taking ... Read the complete review
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