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FINAL FANTASY III now available for iPad

Square Enix Ltd. announces the worldwide simultaneous release of FINAL FANTASY® III for the iPad®.  Available from today, the game can be downloaded from the App Store™ priced€13.99/£9.99.

The iPad version follows on from the success of the iPhone/iPod touch version, which has received favourable reviews since its release in March 2011.

The iPad version of FINAL FANTASY III features fully-remade 3D graphics, taking full advantage of the platform's capabilities. The smooth, intuitive touch-panel controls have been adjusted to the iPad.

FINAL FANTASY III tells the story of four youngsters caught in a grand adventure centred around the crystals. It is the first in the series to feature monster summons and a job-change system - and now you can take advantage of the iPad release to enjoy it all over again.

Product Overview:

Title:?????????????????????????? FINAL FANTASY III

Platform:???????????????????? iPad?

Genre:???????????????????????? RPG

Release Date:???????????? 21 th April 2011

SRP:??????????????????????????€13.99,?9.99, $16.99 (available worldwide via App Store™)

Languages:????? English, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), French, German, Italian,

?????????????????????????????????? Spanish and Japanese

Official Website:???????? http://dlgames.square-enix.com/ff

Copyright:??????????????????1990, 2011 SQUARE ENIX CO.,LTD. All Rights Reserved.

??????????????????????????????????? ILLUSTRATION : 2006 YOSHITAKA AMANO

??????????????????????????????????? ILLUSTRATION : AKIHIKO YOSHIDA

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