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After an innovating second game, Final Fantasy III gets back the famous Job System from the first FF with more functionalities.
It is now possible to switch jobs during the adventure and you can change your party depending on your needs. A great idea and another step to improve that amazing system BUT it remains a little problem : it does not exist any connection between jobs yet. Players will have to wait FFV or FFXI to enjoy more sharing between jobs with the concept of mastering or subjob.
Anyway, FFIII is part of the evolution of the system but... I.... still prefer the first FF than the third one. How is that possible to have a better rating on a game with less functionalities ? Well, FFI was very innovating and I love the occidental RPG/D&D atmosphere. FFIII is an evolution but not an innovation.
It's still an excellent game.
|Final Fantasy II||1988||Game|
|Final Fantasy III||1990||Game|
|Final Fantasy IV||1991||Game|
|Final Fantasy V||1992||Game|
|Final Fantasy VI||1994||Game|
|Final Fantasy VII||1997||Game|
|Final Fantasy Tactics||1997||Game|
|Final Fantasy VIII||1999||Game|
|Final Fantasy IX||1999||Game|
|Final Fantasy X||2001||Game|
|Final Fantasy XI: Online||2002||Game|
|Final Fantasy XII||2006||Game|
|Final Fantasy XIII||2009||Game|
|Final Fantasy XIV: Online||2010||Game|
|Final Fantasy XV||2016||Game|
|Dissidia Final Fantasy NT||2018||Game|
|Final Fantasy III Original Sound Version||1991-07-15||Album|