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Submitted by GrimMedia 1033d ago | news

Final Fantasy III now available on Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD

Square Enix has announced that it has launched ‘Final Fantasy III’ on the Kindle Fire and the Kindle Fire HD. Consumers can download the popular RPG from the Amazon app store.

Final Fantasy III was a breakthrough for Square Enix, one of the first games to ever offer the classic ‘job system’ that the series has evolved over the years. Pricing for the game is $15.99. In a press-release sent out by Square Enix, the company states that “FINAL FANTASY III has been specifically optimized for play on the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD and features improved 3-D graphics, taking full advantage of the platform’s capabilities”. Square Enix went on to say, “the intuitive touch-panel controls have been adjusted, making the game smoother and easier than ever to play”. (Final Fantasy III, Mobile)

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SactoGamer  +   1033d ago
Just Kindle Fire or any Android device?

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