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Final Fantasy III Latest News - DS

Game Description:Final Fantasy fans, the lost adventure has finally arrived! The only Final Fantasy saga that never made it to North America has been reworked and re-imagined for Nintendo DS. A tremor has consumed the light crystals that preserve balance in the world. Now four souls blessed with the light will embark on a journey, seeking to find new crystals and fulfill the Gulgan prophecy by returning the world to balance. Recharged graphics bring the story to life in colorful, 3D fashion. A touch-screen interface lets you use the DS stylus to cast spells, dispatch enemies, and explore dungeons, while a dynamic job-changing system allows for almost unlimited party variations.
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  • Final Fantasy Review Roundup

    As you know, Final Fantasy XIII came out today, and X-Play's review gave the game a more-than-respectable 4 out of 5 stars, but that got me thinking: How did past Final Fantasy games stack up on X-Play? To answer this question for both you and me, I've compiled every Final Fantasy review I can find into one massive, info-dump blog post. I start...

    Posted March 9, 2010

    Final Fantasy Review Roundup
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