Final Fantasy III Will Be One of the Ouya Android Console Launch Titles

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  • 01 Aug 2012
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  • When you get top notch launch titles you know that you’re going to be a successful console. That can be said about the Ouya Android console, that has been a lot in the news lately. This device will now get Final Fantasy III as one of the launch titles, courtesy of Square Enix. Seeing that this is a pretty pricey game, that’s well over $10 in Google Play Store, it may actually be worth it.

    The Ouya is scheduled to debut in March 2013 and the FF III game is actually a classic, being released originally in 1990. Since it has been remade and relaunched on iOS, Android, PSP and the Nintendo DS. The Ouya version will be the 2006 Nintendo DS remake version and take advantage of the high res that the Tegra 3 CPU offers. This will actually mark the first time that international gamers can play FF III on their televisions through their console, since the initial version of the game didn’t get an international release.

    Ouya and Square Enix promised to release a free demo version of the game, for those who are new to the franchise. Square is also excited about Ouya, promising to provide more content in the future. Ouya has been getting a lot of traction recently, starting up as a Kickstarter project, that raised over $5.8 million and gained the partnership of gaming service OnLive. Another one of the first launch titles will be Human Element, a post apocalyptic zombie title.

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