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Square Enix have chopped 50% off the price of Final Fantasy 3 and 4. Frankly perfect contained games for the holiday season. They never ever get lower than 50% so it'll be the best price you get these at. Price reduction not replicated through Amazon Apps unfortunately - for those who still have their coins :-(

Final Fantasy 3 - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.square_enix.android_googleplay.FFIII_GP&hl=en
Final Fantasy 4 - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.square_enix.android_googleplay.FFIV_GP&hl=en
FInal Fantasy 5 - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.square_enix.android_googleplay.FFV_GP&hl=en

Not sure if this is reduced but Broken Sword 5: part 1 is at £2.99
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.revolution.bs5&hl=en

More to be had here: http://androidcommunity.com/google-play-summer-sale-warms-up-prepare-your-wallets-20140724/

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3 Likes #1
Still too expensive.
1 Like #2
Still £10.99 on Amazon so can't use my free coins yet!!
#3
If your going to purchase any final fantasy game then you should wait a couple of weeks for 6 to be on sale
#4
Like DannGo wrote what I want to write, still to expensive...
#5
megatron20
If your going to purchase any final fantasy game then you should wait a couple of weeks for 6 to be on sale


Could not agree more. FF6 FTW
#6
megatron20
If your going to purchase any final fantasy game then you should wait a couple of weeks for 6 to be on sale
Shame the sprites look awful.

It's obviously down to personal taste, but although I loved 6, I prefer both 4 and 5 to it.
#7
What a game this was back in the day! :)
2 Likes #8
Thats not the original Final Fantasy III....
It was on the NES, ok the UK translations were only available via roms, but still when I see FF3 I think the the 2d version.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/62/Final_Fantasy_III_NES_interface.png.
Damn I enjoyed that game

Little rant over, looks like an ok price. I'll hold off on the off chance it gets added to the Humble Bundle on Tuesday.
#9
Still too much. I've got the roms and play them on my Xperia play but would pay for them at the right price, this is too much though.
#10
Some folk might prefer to buy an emulator such as SuperGNES, and download the roms from tinternet.


So long as you own the game, and can legally use the ROM, or it's copyright has expired, natch...
#11
cbatbh
megatron20
If your going to purchase any final fantasy game then you should wait a couple of weeks for 6 to be on sale
Shame the sprites look awful.

It's obviously down to personal taste, but although I loved 6, I prefer both 4 and 5 to it.

It won't look so bad on a tiny screen. It's great the way they've updated the graphics though!
#12
joedastudd
Thats not the original Final Fantasy III....
It was on the NES, ok the UK translations were only available via roms, but still when I see FF3 I think the the 2d version.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/62/Final_Fantasy_III_NES_interface.png.
Damn I enjoyed that game

Little rant over, looks like an ok price. I'll hold off on the off chance it gets added to the Humble Bundle on Tuesday.

No one enjoyed the original FF3 it was a grind fest and it didn't have a storyline. The characters were complete blank slates I don't even think they bothered to officially name them until the remake. The whole thing was designed to show off the job system. There's a reason it wasn't translated.
#13
Krooner
joedastudd
Thats not the original Final Fantasy III....
It was on the NES, ok the UK translations were only available via roms, but still when I see FF3 I think the the 2d version.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/62/Final_Fantasy_III_NES_interface.png.
Damn I enjoyed that game

Little rant over, looks like an ok price. I'll hold off on the off chance it gets added to the Humble Bundle on Tuesday.

No one enjoyed the original FF3 it was a grind fest and it didn't have a storyline. The characters were complete blank slates I don't even think they bothered to officially name them until the remake. The whole thing was designed to show off the job system. There's a reason it wasn't translated.
I enjoyed it.
As did a lot of people. It was voted number 8 of the best all time games in Japan in 2006 and a most of the reviews are very favourable.
1 Like #14
joedastudd
Krooner
joedastudd
Thats not the original Final Fantasy III....
It was on the NES, ok the UK translations were only available via roms, but still when I see FF3 I think the the 2d version.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/62/Final_Fantasy_III_NES_interface.png.
Damn I enjoyed that game

Little rant over, looks like an ok price. I'll hold off on the off chance it gets added to the Humble Bundle on Tuesday.

No one enjoyed the original FF3 it was a grind fest and it didn't have a storyline. The characters were complete blank slates I don't even think they bothered to officially name them until the remake. The whole thing was designed to show off the job system. There's a reason it wasn't translated.
I enjoyed it.
As did a lot of people. It was voted number 8 of the best all time games in Japan in 2006 and a most of the reviews are very favourable.

Well each to there own, I don't mind a good grind myself. But FF3 is/was a legitimately bad game. It was poorly balanced, again - a skeleton of a storyline. Rushed to market because of the impending release of the Super Nintendo (4 was being developed in tandem). It's of it's time I suppose, modern series fans wouldn't make it though ten hours.

The remake is great though.
#15
Is it not £3.99 on PSN anymore?
#16
Late
Some folk might prefer to buy an emulator such as SuperGNES, and download the roms from tinternet.


So long as you own the game, and can legally use the ROM, or it's copyright has expired, natch...

Isn't there a free version?

You can't legally use a rom downloaded from the Internet. You can play a backup of your game that you make yourself. You can't use copies from someone else as that's just plain piracy.
#17
yrreb88
Late
Some folk might prefer to buy an emulator such as SuperGNES, and download the roms from tinternet.


So long as you own the game, and can legally use the ROM, or it's copyright has expired, natch...

Isn't there a free version?

You can't legally use a rom downloaded from the Internet. You can play a backup of your game that you make yourself. You can't use copies from someone else as that's just plain piracy.

You can't make an a copy of any copyrighted material without permission, whether you own it or not. The old "unauthorised copying, hiring or lending" all the "if you have the original cart" hoohaa is some American law IIRC. Means nothing over here.
#18
yrreb88
Isn't there a free version?
There is - but I don't think you can save your progress (or perhaps you can only save at normal checkpoints - I'm unsure). In the two quid one you can back out of whatever you're playing and resume whenever you want - which I found perfect for replaying some old games in four minute bursts whilst on ciggie breaks a while back.
#19
IV is almost, ALMOST worth it. Already got it on PSP & GBA though, I just can't justify buying it again, I'd never have the time to play it anyway!
#20
I played all Chaos Rings, bought on sale as well, the games are amazing.
#21
The other Final Fantasy games are going to be on sale in the next few days
#22
Krooner
yrreb88
Late
Some folk might prefer to buy an emulator such as SuperGNES, and download the roms from tinternet.


So long as you own the game, and can legally use the ROM, or it's copyright has expired, natch...

Isn't there a free version?

You can't legally use a rom downloaded from the Internet. You can play a backup of your game that you make yourself. You can't use copies from someone else as that's just plain piracy.

You can't make an a copy of any copyrighted material without permission, whether you own it or not. The old "unauthorised copying, hiring or lending" all the "if you have the original cart" hoohaa is some American law IIRC. Means nothing over here.

But wasn't there a recent UK law brought into place that basically allowed you to make backups of your software, music etc for personal use?
1 Like #23
yrreb88
Krooner
yrreb88
Late
Some folk might prefer to buy an emulator such as SuperGNES, and download the roms from tinternet.


So long as you own the game, and can legally use the ROM, or it's copyright has expired, natch...



Isn't there a free version?

You can't legally use a rom downloaded from the Internet. You can play a backup of your game that you make yourself. You can't use copies from someone else as that's just plain piracy.

You can't make an a copy of any copyrighted material without permission, whether you own it or not. The old "unauthorised copying, hiring or lending" all the "if you have the original cart" hoohaa is some American law IIRC. Means nothing over here.

But wasn't there a recent UK law brought into place that basically allowed you to make backups of your software, music etc for personal use?

I'm not sure, I cant imagine you'd get in too much bother copying your own stuff anyway - fair use and all that. I think they brought something in that allowed you to store digital files asit was technically against the law to (for instance) buy a song on itunes and copy it to you MP3 player. Which is just plain silly at the end of the day.
#24
Krooner
yrreb88
Krooner
yrreb88
Late
Some folk might prefer to buy an emulator such as SuperGNES, and download the roms from tinternet.


So long as you own the game, and can legally use the ROM, or it's copyright has expired, natch...



Isn't there a free version?

You can't legally use a rom downloaded from the Internet. You can play a backup of your game that you make yourself. You can't use copies from someone else as that's just plain piracy.

You can't make an a copy of any copyrighted material without permission, whether you own it or not. The old "unauthorised copying, hiring or lending" all the "if you have the original cart" hoohaa is some American law IIRC. Means nothing over here.

But wasn't there a recent UK law brought into place that basically allowed you to make backups of your software, music etc for personal use?

I'm not sure, I cant imagine you'd get in too much bother copying your own stuff anyway - fair use and all that. I think they brought something in that allowed you to store digital files asit was technically against the law to (for instance) buy a song on itunes and copy it to you MP3 player. Which is just plain silly at the end of the day.

Pretty sure it's legal if you own the physical game, I actually transferred the PSP version of FF3 and played it on an emulator on my PC. It actually looks better than the official PC version and I get to use turbo mode to speed up grinding and travelling.
#25
SmooV
Still £10.99 on Amazon so can't use my free coins yet!!

Amazon prices have dropped now, just bought Final Fantasy IV & V with coins! Unfortunately Final Fantasy III seems to only be compatible with the Kindle Fire.:(

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