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Published on Feb 28, 2007
Now here's my idea of a really good RPG. Notice it does not need CG, FMV CD audio or such things which seem to be standard nowadays. "Final Fantasy VI" (released as "Final Fantasy III" in the USA) was the final chapter of the series on the Super Nintendo, and has yet to be bested up to now in the RPG genre, on any system. Was it the graphics? Was it the amazing and memorable OST? Maybe the plot? Not many games *SPOILERS DELETED!* halfway into the game, even "Final Fantasy VII" had the *SPOILERS DELETED!*, but on this one, the *SPOILERS DELETED!*. And as far as I remember, the only RPG that had your characters sing in a opera, boasting along one of the finest Nobuo Uematsu soundtracks ever. It was sad that this never came out in Europe (until much later, on PSX) and I'm happy to see it being release after all these years on Game Boy Advance, truly the perfect game for a perfect portable system. And remember: "Gotta wait for Shadow!"
Note: This is the Japanese version of the game, translated by RPGOne, it is much more faithful then the official US translation, making this for me, the definitive version of the game.