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Final Fantasy III for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) is a port remake featuring 2 discs with different versions of the game in each one. Exclusively for the said system.

New Features and Elements

  • You can play 2 modes based on the disc being played:
    • NES (Disc 1) - Let's you start the game with the story & gameplay based on the NES version.
    • DS (Disc 2) - Let's you start the game with the story & gameplay based on the DS version, but without the Touch Screen controls or anything.
  • The following Jobs are added for this remake (i indicates they must be obtained from the Eureka Map):
    • Dark Mage - This Job class can perform Dark Magic (with all of status inflicting spells and most of Dark elemental spells removed from Black Mage).
      • Necromancer - This Job class can perform advanced Dark Magic (with all of status inflicting spells and most of Dark elemental spells removed from Magus).
    • Samurai - This Job class cam perform various stat decreasing skills and use Gil Attack.
      • Teacher (Sensei) - This Job class is similar to the above, but can also aid the party with healing and supportive Status Effect abilities while having the ability to summon Odin with said spell.
    • Oracle - This Job class can perform the Wuji abilities used for hand-to-hand combat arts and supporting.
    • Mime - This Job class can mimic the other ally's actions last performed. This Job is actually exactly similar to Final Fantasy V!
  • The Viking's Provoke is replaced with the Mad Duel ability which attempts to Berserk both the targeted enemy and the user while Provoking the enemy and highly increasing the user's strength.
  • The Ninja Job can now wield two weapons (Dual Wield) at the same time, even matching Black Belt's strength!
  • The NES version Mystic Knight can cast most Black Magic instead of a few White Magic while the DS version Dark Knight can also retain the Souleater ability.
  • The Dragoon's Jump ability's attack power can be increased when wielding a spear.
  • The NES version Onion Knight can increase it's strength with the ability, Onion Power, where the more Onion equipment the Onion Knight is, well, equipped with, the stronger the user becomes by selecting this ability.
  • The graphics are much improved, including the DS version! (Now has the graphics quality of Final Fantasy XII)

Trivia

  • This is the first (and maybe the only) ported Final Fantasy III game to be released on a PlayStation platform.

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