Final Fantasy III
Final Fantasy III is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square in 1990 for the Family Computer as the third installment in the Final Fantasy series. It is the first numbered Final Fantasy game to feature the job-change system. A 3D remake for the Nintendo DS was released in 2006 and subsequently ported to iOS and Android in 2011, PlayStation Portable in 2012, and Windows in 2014.
Why It Rocks
- It introduces the summons that would become a staple in the series.
- It also introduces a dynamic job system which would be later redefined in Final Fantasy V.
- Awesome storytelling.
- Twice as big as original game and harder too!
- Many more locations and kingdoms to visit.
- Exciting bosses.
- Yet another plot involving the crystals.
- The enhanced remake gives the four protagonists unique personalities and backstories.
- This game introduces Moogles.
- Phoenix downs are not available in shops and can only be obtained by enemies or treasure chests. There is plenty of water fountains which can be used to revive party members however.
- The steam port used to be a disaster until Square Enix made a patch which fixed all the problems people had criticized.
- The PC port has the "run" and "cancel" actions mapped to the same keys which absolutely no way to change it.