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Breath of Fire III (PSP)

By: Rex Inego | Oct 22, 2007 01:10 PM


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After playing the Playstations Version of Breath of Fire III, it makes an amazing return back to the PSP.
Every part of Breath of Fire III was worth spending all of your free time on. Been able to play it on the PSP sounds even better. This is a game you definitely shouldnt miss out on buying or playing if you have the chance.
The game starts off within a dark mine housing a crystal with a baby dragon. After the dragon gets attacked by the miners, he turns into a young boy by the name of Ryu. According to stories, dragons were extinct, it leaves you with the conclusion, who and what is Ryu and what is his purpose. Ryu will embark on a quest to reveal his destiny and the nature of the world he lives in.
Breath of fire III mixes humour, fantasy, and a bit of ғreligion is bad aspects. The average plot is held together with great characters. Ryu and his friends are a colourful bunch, who express how they feel with emotes and body language signs. The NPCs in the world you explore may lack the same development, but they carry the story along at a reasonable pace when it's their time to make an appearance. Overall, the story on the Playstation left me satisfied before, and playing it again on the PSP was just the same as before.

One thing that is new on Breath of Fire III is the fishing mode and game sharing, the fishing mode allows you to start fishing once you reach the fishing stage in the game, after this you can play this little side quest game, it is rather fun, but it has no link towards the story line. <br ">http://www.verdicts.co.uk/file/pic/review/review/2338_breath of fire.jpg' border='0' alt='' />

After playing the Playstations Version of Breath of Fire III, it makes an amazing return back to the PSP.
Every part of Breath of Fire III was worth spending all of your free time on. Been able to play it on the PSP sounds even better. This is a game you definitely shouldnt miss out on buying or playing if you have the chance.
The game starts off within a dark mine housing a crystal with a baby dragon. After the dragon gets attacked by the miners, he turns into a young boy by the name of Ryu. According to stories, dragons were extinct, it leaves you with the conclusion, who and what is Ryu and what is his purpose. Ryu will embark on a quest to reveal his destiny and the nature of the world he lives in.
Breath of fire III mixes humour, fantasy, and a bit of ғreligion is bad aspects. The average plot is held together with great characters. Ryu and his friends are a colourful bunch, who express how they feel with emotes and body language signs. The NPCs in the world you explore may lack the same development, but they carry the story along at a reasonable pace when it's their time to make an appearance. Overall, the story on the Playstation left me satisfied before, and playing it again on the PSP was just the same as before.

One thing that is new on Breath of Fire III is the fishing mode and game sharing, the fishing mode allows you to start fishing once you reach the fishing stage in the game, after this you can play this little side quest game, it is rather fun, but it has no link towards the story line. <br

Pros: The good points about Breath of Fire III are: > It is now portable > The graphics have been enhanced a little (from my opinion > The fishing mode has fun features > Game Sharing is capable and can share a fishing mode level with another PSP

cons: The bad points about this game are: > The story line has not changed from the previous installment > All of the villians are the same > No new additions to the remake > Fishing mode has no link towards the gameplay and story

conclusion: My Verdict on this game is that it is fun, and is great to play, but it still is the same as the Playstations Version apart from the fishing mode, game sharing and gallery features.

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