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Super Nintendo
Square Soft
Square Co.
UPC: 94689141055

Released: 10-31-94
Players: 1

Game Genre:
Role-Playing (RPG)
Game Perspective:
Genre Non-Sport:
Medieval / Fantasy, Turn-based

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Loose:  $47.88
Complete:  $119.99
New:  $1.00
Rarity:  3/10

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Final Fantasy III Box Description

Ages ago, evil beings created powerful creatures called Espers, and unleashed them against each other. The resulting battles left their world a smoldering rubble. Legend has it, the Espers destroyed themselves and most of humanity. Magic disappeared forever. Centuries have passed and a rational world now exists with Espers living only in myths, until one frozen solid since the ancient wars is unearthed. Suddenly, there are reports of magical attacks on civilians. Imperial Commandos launch raids using magic-powered MagiTek weapons. Magic is obviously alive and the world is in danger again. Who or what is behind the rediscovery and redeployment of this legendary power? What chaotic plans exists that will wreak havoc on this orderly world?

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Final Fantasy III Review by: Crazy Li - 8.6/10

An Example of SNES RPG Greatness
Most gamers have heard of the Final Fantasy series, I'm sure. However most people only know about the more modern games. Final Fantasy VII was the first game to really become known worldwide and the largest commercial success for Squaresoft. As a result, most people know it and the games that came after it... but what about the games that built the foundation for that series? Just because they weren't as widely known doesn't mean they weren't good in their own rights.

In this review, I'll cover the game that came before FF7, Final Fantasy VI. It was only the third Final Fantasy game released in North America, and as such, the original North American Super Nintendo release was entitled "Final Fantasy III". Squaresoft of America later corrected this by correctly naming it FFVI in every English re-release.

At any rate, I find Final Fantasy VI to be one of the best games in the series. It had a large cast of interesting characters, each with their own complex personalities and character development. It's also unique in not having a clear main character. Most consider Terra to be the protagonist of the game (which would make her the first Final Fantasy heroine) as the most significant parts of the story are related to her... however the primary character you control changes several times over the course of the story. Sometimes you follow Terra, other times Locke, Sabin, Edgar, or Celes. This was really an innovate story-telling approach, as it breaks away from the "generic protagonist" concept that games have continued to do afterwards and some still do to this day. It also provides more story and character depth.

Another interesting aspect of the game is its Esper system for learning skills. Once you obtain an Esper, you can attach it to a character and as you gain EXP, unlock spells that can be used. FF7 provided a modified take on this with its Materia system, but unlike Materia, Espers can teach you skills permanently once you gain enough experience with them on. They don't just go way when you un-equip them.

Due to the large cast of the game, you're sometimes required to split your characters up into multiple parties. This is best executed at the final dungeon when you form three separate parties to explore the dungeon. You can switch between them and use each party cooperatively to solve puzzles and help each other advance. I've always loved this idea in RPGs that do them. It makes dungeons so much more interesting.

Now for the ratings...

Graphics: For SNES, these were very good. The sprite work was top-notch with upgraded battle sprites from Final Fantasy V. The game really shows off the system's graphical capabilities when you're doing things like riding Chocobos.

Sound: As standard from Nobuo Uematsu, the soundtrack is excellent. There are so many great themes in this game. Just about every area has catchy background music, the battle theme is great, and so is the boss battle theme. Sound effects are on par with the best games for SNES.

Addictiveness: RPGs for me are once-through games. They're so long that replaying them doesn't seem to have much purpose. Plus, it's not like the story changes any. That said, I still want to play the game again. I wouldn't replay the original, but perhaps the GBA port to compare the differences. I'm also really hoping for a 3DS remake in the vain of FF4DS, as that would be a great gaming experience for certain.

Story: The story is stellar... one of the best I've seen in a SNES game. Each character has their own stories and most intertwine with the over-arcing plot in a beautiful way. It also has a pretty good villain, which is actually kind of rare. Most RPG villains are kind of boring and just some "evil force" to take down with nothing really else to them. I also love all the transitions that the story goes through. You start as Terra under Kefka's command, then you end up playing Locke to rescue her. You end up meeting all these interesting characters along the way and seeing their contributions to the plot as things twist and turn and you learn more about what's going on with everyone and the world.

Depth: The game is very expansive with two halves of its story... one part where you meet every character and have the story set up for you... then after that, you go on a recruitment drive to re-gather your friends. There's a lot of things you can go out and obtain at this point... you can hunt down every single playable character in the game... get an airship, find all the Espers... there's a lot to do in this game if you're a completionist and want it all.

Difficulty: I'd say the game has average difficulty for a RPG of its time period... it's not all that hard if you're used to playing ATB RPGs... but at the same time, it's not like you can just breeze through it if you don't know what you're doing. It does get fairly challenging at some points, but overall, isn't too tough. I've seen harder games in the series.

All-in-all, it's a great game and if you've never tried it, I recommend playing some version. If you like Final Fantasy or SNES RPGs, this is definitely an above average game in both categories.
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Depth 8   Story 9   Difficulty 5

Final Fantasy III Reviews

Overall 9.6    Graphics 8.8    Sound 9.7    Addictive 9.2    Story 9.6    Depth 8.9    Difficulty 7.3

Final Fantasy III- A Review   FlowerPrincess
Deep in the snowy mountains near the city of Narshe, a strange being called an Esper has just been d...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 8   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 5/5     Submitted: 12-08-13     Review Replies: 3

Final Fantasy's epic story of loss and hope   endings
Final Fantasy 3 (or 6, depending on your chronology) was the last version of the game released for S...
  Graphics 8   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 9   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 5/5     Submitted: 10-22-14     Review Replies: 0

My Final Fantasy 6 review.   Frodlex
My review on Final fantasy 6....
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4.8/5     Submitted: 07-18-13     Updated: 07-18-13     Review Replies: 7

An Example of SNES RPG Greatness   Crazy Li
Most gamers have heard of the Final Fantasy series, I'm sure. However most people only know about th...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Story 9   Depth 8   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4.8/5     Submitted: 10-04-12     Review Replies: 1

Final Fantasy III Review   Bintsy
Where to begin with this review. Final Fantasy III (later known as Final Fantasy VI), is easily the ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 8   Depth 9   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 4.8/5     Submitted: 05-11-15     Review Replies: 6

Final Fantasy VI (III): The Peak of 16 bits technology   janus
Long ago, the War of Magi reduced the world to scorched wastelands, and magic simply ceased to exist...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 4.7/5     Submitted: 04-12-14     Review Replies: 4

Final Fantasy III (VI) Review   dazzsheil
The Final Fantasy series, probably the most popular RPG gaming series of all time! When it comes dow...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 7   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 04-05-12     Review Replies: 2

Nostalgia   dumptruck
As a 28 year old man being able to play games I grew up to is captivating. FF3 raised me.  With...
  Graphics 7   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.6/5     Submitted: 07-21-11     Review Replies: 0

Final Fantasy 6 review....meow   deggle
Final Fantasy 6 my second one i have played also one of my favorites well please don't look at this ...
  Graphics 7   Sound 9   Addictive 7   Story 10   Depth 7   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.5/5     Submitted: 01-07-14     Review Replies: 0

Final Fantasy VI   hyperflareman12
Hey you guys! I'm back for another review. Its been a while since I did one. Its been like 3 to 4 mo...
  Graphics 8   Sound 9   Addictive 8   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 2.9/5     Submitted: 09-22-12     Review Replies: 3

OH for the love of Final Fantasy VI   ivardds
Oh I love this game! This game pushed the graphics of the SNES. This is evident right at the beginni...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 1/5     Submitted: 08-17-15     Updated: 08-18-15     Review Replies: 2

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Final Fantasy III Cheat Codes

Easy killing of most foes, including bosses: Cast vanish, and then cast doom. It works for many bosses. You can also cast x-zone, but that way you will forfeit any treasure (including magicites) that monster had.

Final Fantasy III Game Genie Codes

108C-EF03+108C-E4A3: All items in shops are free--SWITCH OFF TO SELL ITEMS FOR GP

108C-EFD3 +108C-E4A3: Buying an item gives you 9,999,999 gold. The items look expensive, but you can keep buying them.

DC9C-E4D8: Max out your GPs!

E7D8-D4D8: No gold after battle

AAB8-7F69: Enemy changes to brown.

AAB3-54D9: Enemy is invisible

AADC-EDA8: No Enemy

AAD8-EF08: All party members are Floating, Stopped, and Reflective in battles!

DFD8-EF68: All characters float

D0D8-EF68: All characters have Slow cast on them

D6D8-EF68: All characters have Haste cast on them

D8D8-EF68: All characters have Haste, Float, and Regen cast on them

ED3B-E514: Tincture gives you 999 magic.

AA68-E7D8+AA6B-EDA8: Magic becomes X-Magic and takes only 1 MP

30D8-EF68: Casts Slow, Float, Wall but gives less damage

AA94-74DD: Your party is all blobs of color

AAB8-7F69: The enemies are all blobs of color

F194-EDD8: GET 99 OF ALL ITEMS (Doesn't work on all games)



AA94-E7D8: This code will make the enemy give you weapons, items, and armor

D493-54D8: Gain over 16,000 Exp. per fight

D793-54D8: Gain nearly 1,000,000 Exp. per fight!

AA23-54D8: Level 99 after one battle

1793-54D8: Over 5 million exp per fight!

AA2A-54D8: Gain no experience

3037-54A6: Learn all spells after one battle

0D39-0766: 1000x EXP and GP after a battle!

AADB-EDA8: Increase all members' Max HP and MP


AA20-77AD: Walk through walls

DDA4-8767: Party always has Sprint Shoes

EE30-E944: 'Tonic' gives 255 HP

3CB8-5DAE: Most items can be used infinitely, but not in battle mode (switch off to exit menu screen)

AAD2-E768: Lowers Speed, Vigor, Stamina, and Magic Power for all members

AADC-EF08: Always sprint in dungeons and never encounter random enemies

AADC-EDA8: Never encounter random enemies

DD90-EFDB: Everyone has a hidden Economizer (in battle).

AADC-EF08: Sprint shoes & Moogle Charm equipped

DDA4-8767: Sprint Shoes equipped

AADB-E768: All relics

B4CD-E798 +AA68-E7D8: Only fight Narshe Guards

EEBC-576E: This one lets you equip any item as many times as you want

3CB7-5D03: When you equip something, it turns into the top item of your inventory.

DAAE-8F6D: Run into some bosses, including the final Kefka, on the Veldt.

8AAE-876D: Run into enemies from the Zone Eater & Phoenix Cave only.

E317-54A6: Party learns 'Bolt' a few times each.

F19A-8708: Get all lores

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Comments for Final Fantasy III

cafeman55 11-22-20 - 05:26 PM
 well i'm one of those peaple who thought this was final fantasy 3 untill i saw this review on youtube
jackybsmith 07-30-17 - 03:54 PM
 Not only is the screenshot for Final Fantasy 6 but there are people submitting reviews for it and saying it was once called Final Fantasy 3. I am just sitting here like your stupid on two different planes.
sacker 11-14-15 - 05:37 AM
 This is FF 6.
nadzirah 08-18-15 - 12:10 AM
 how to use the game genie codes?
SonOfASubmariner 03-28-15 - 02:00 PM
 This is where I got my typical username from.
tantegelwi 12-22-14 - 06:52 PM
 I don't know if anyone else has figured out how to use the hot key functions to unleash Sabin's Blitz's in one key stroke, but it totally helped in my gameplay. Use the button (press and release version) with a 1 frame pause inbetween. Love this class
TexxxRitter 09-12-14 - 08:06 PM
 tried to enter in the cheat codes with no luck....I've had no problems with saving or loading....except for when I saved on the title screen and lost the entire game....
spadeshigh911 09-03-14 - 01:17 PM
 not always saving was just at 9 hrs in and saved twenty timew but took me all the way back to 4 hrs that sucks
TexxxRitter 07-11-14 - 06:00 PM
 Keyboard is working fine...still skipping a bit though
TexxxRitter 07-11-14 - 05:55 PM
 My keyboard isn't working either.
TexxxRitter 07-11-14 - 05:02 PM
 never had any problems before but game and sound is skipping
TexxxRitter 07-11-14 - 05:01 PM
 anyone having problems with sound?
ari7654321 04-18-14 - 03:55 PM
 Why does the picture and title of this game say "final fantasy 3" when its actually the 6th game .-.
Sailor_Dan 02-28-14 - 10:57 AM
 Im trying to play but my screen is all jacked up and I cant see half of it. It won't let me widen it either, any suggestions?
SacredShadow 01-20-14 - 01:36 PM
 Another great final fantasy game!
Chronobocca 12-08-13 - 07:18 AM
 What's the Sketch glitch?
SuperDuperMoogle 11-09-13 - 04:00 PM
 Does the sketch glitch work on this version?
lumi007 09-02-13 - 11:13 PM
 for a 16 bit game i give this game a 10+++ bc everything about this ff rocks any rpg for the genesis.32x sega cd ect it owns any 16 bit all those rps out there(eccept zelda a link to the past) can gtfo this game owns all
Kaiserfist5 08-07-13 - 11:18 AM
 nmv fixed it
Kaiserfist5 08-07-13 - 10:12 AM
 hi , im having a problem where the game keeps scrolling up/down and i cant stop it , anyone know how to solve this
Fireproof 07-05-13 - 11:12 PM
 You walk around the castle and talk to the King's mom? (Not sure) I usually talk to everyone then talk to Locke and you continue
asdff123 06-14-13 - 11:00 AM
 what do you do once locke and the king leave you in the throne room as teera
Awegamer 04-11-13 - 02:58 PM
 However we never got final fantasy one two and three. But, not days we got em
Awegamer 04-11-13 - 02:57 PM
 No its final fantasy III in us. And final fantasy VI In some parts of japan and us
mikey2win 03-11-13 - 11:24 PM
 never mind i am an idiot. forgot to get the key from the guard lol

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