Final Fantasy III Arrives for Android with a Hefty Price Tag
Here’s a little tidbit for all you throwback gamers out there. The old school classic from 1990, Final Fantasy III, is now available for Android. Unfortunately, the price tag is just a bit too steep for our liking, and we’re willing to bet it may be for many of you, too. This 3D remake of the original Square game was first released in 2006, and can now be yours for $15.99 — still a lot less than a console game, but about three times pricier than most games available on the Google Play Store. If the price didn’t scare you off, here’s a quick rundown of details for you.
As you can see in the photos below, the graphics on this one look to be pretty awesome, but the download file is 172MB, so they damn well should be (make sure to have a WiFi connection handy).
This version of the game features new and improved 3D visuals and story sequences only for Android. You’ll also experience smooth, intuitive touch-panel controls specifically tailored to Square Enix’s smartphone RPGs. Additionally, the mobile version of FF3 boasts quicker browsing through the monster bestiary and other game records, as well as new visual designs for the Job Mastery Cards.
If you’ve got sixteen smack-a-roo’s burning a hole in your pocket, head on over to the Google Play Store with the link below. Let us know how you like it if you decide to pick it up. We’ll either wait for a review copy, or just take your word for it.