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Breath of Fire III
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You can't shield them anymore.

6 years, 7 months ago at Aug 31 14:46
This was the first game I requested upon recieving my first Playstation. The internet was scarce then and so reliance of Games Magazines was the only useful way to get Intel.

I read the article on it and saw all the visuals which were so bright and cartoonish it seemed like a dream. I got the game at Christmas and moved through it so quickly that the first chpater was over in an hou... read more
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Description: Capcom's third installment of its epic RPG. Breath of Fire III is the first installment of the Breath of Fire Series to appear on the Playstation (And later ported to the PSP). Set free by the the workers of Dauna Mine, Ryu of the Brood learns to both understand his power, and to understand the history of his extinct kind. By both ... (more)
Manufacturer: Capcom USA
Release date: 11 September 1997
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0013388210169 UPC: 013388210169
Capcom (6), RPG (6), Fantasy (5), Ryu (4), PSX (4), Nina (3), Dragons (3), Epic (3), Colourful (2), Balio (2), Sunder (2), Breath Of Fire (2), Peco (2), Comrades (2), Pico (2), Balio & Sunder (2), Destiny (2), Mikba (2), Myria (2), Travelling (1)
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VGM: Emotions, Locations and Situations (35 games items)

"+ People, Cats, Birds, and Sea Lice (Breath of Fire III) - Additional Pick(s): + Pirate Man Stage (Mega Man & Bass) + Blitzkrieg (Mega Man Legends 2) + A Cloud of Dust Rains Confusion (Mega Man X Command Mission) + Maridia Drifting Sand Underwater Area (Super Metroid) + Aveh, the Ancient Dance (Xenogears) Note: You may wonder how "People, Cats, Birds, and Sea Lice" from Breath of Fire III fits into this theme. Well, it's kind of a stretch, but within the NSTC version of the PS1 game this trac"


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" Picture of My profile Garr While I could have placed more of Breath of Fire III's characters on this list, I personally thought I should focus on Garr. Why Garr? Well, for as many times as I played through the game in my youth the surprising and profound nature of Garr's relationship with Ryu during the second half of the game is astounding. Such an observation only hit me the last time I played the game, not the previous playthroughs, meaning there can be new things to discover even in games"


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"No.036 / Added: 07.11.09 / Status: Played Like the games before it, Breath of Fire III may be a little too comfortable with presenting the J-RPG essentials we've come to know and love. There are only a couple of areas where the game takes any kind of calculated risk but recreating that old-school magic of yesteryear was what Capcom was aiming for. Perhaps this is why the game has aged so well over the years, almost like a fine wine."


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"Capcom. Capcom. 1998. Ported to PSP in Europe. Sequel on PS1. BoF3 is when Capcom really stepped the story up a notch. You have death, betrayal, and a little romance after 2 (pretty good) cliche adventures. Little Ryu's voice is adorable "EE DEE WOO!". The random battles get on your nerves a bit, but it's par for the course when it comes to older RPGs. I love games where the characters age, so this one has a special place in my heart."


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"While I am a hater of silent heroes, this game does it well. It also is less about saving the world and more about growing up. You start off as a child, and you follow Ryu (the MC's) journey to discover who he is and where he comes from."


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"Synopsis Populated by both humans and anthopomorphized animals, the world is experiencing several scientific advancements thanks to the discovery of chrysm, a rare mineral with magical properties found on the fossilized remains of dragons. While higher forms of technology such as robots and complex machines do exist, their origin is largely unknown, with most of the objects in question washing ashore on various beaches around the world. Much of the game's plot involves finding the truth about "


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KCenturion posted a review 6 years, 7 months ago

You can't shield them anymore.

“This was the first game I requested upon recieving my first Playstation. The internet was scarce then and so reliance of Games Magazines was the only useful way to get Intel.

I read the article on it and saw all the visuals which were so bright and cartoonish it seemed like a dream. I got the game at Christmas and moved through it so quickly that the first chpater was over in an hour or so.

Luckily the game had so much more to it. Following Ryu and his companions across the world in search of answers was a whirlwind journey which sadly has never been replicated again.

The Masters system was a favourite concept to the game. I found myself not wasting any levels on characters without them learning new skills from a Master.

The game is a timeless classi” read more