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Breath Of Fire 3

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation
9 customer reviews

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  • Fantasy RPG starring Ryu the dragon boy
  • Explore and survive a lovely 3D world
  • Discover dragon stone combinations to enhance combat power
  • Addictive fishing mini-game
  • For 1 player
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 3
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B000087EXB
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 13 x 1.6 cm ; 59 g
  • Release Date: 28 July 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,525 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

The best selling Breath of Fire series finally comes to the PlayStation. You control Ryu, member of the dragon can. In this incredible role-playing game you have the ability to turn into a dragon but will the be enough to overcome all the perils in your path?

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. E. Hewitt on 13 Jan. 2006
Right, first of all let me say that I have never actually comleted this game, as embarressed as I am to admit it. Despite having owned it on and off for the last 6 years, and getting to the final boss 3 times I just can't beat Myria! Unlike bof4 which was incredibly easy, bof3 is quite difficult, with some absolutely stonking boss fights, such as the above, the Bone Dragon and Teepo. After 6 years of trying finally beating Myria will be all the more special!
Graphically the game was nothing special when it came out, so nowadays it is vary dated, but they have ther own stylish charm which i still love.
The gameplay is the standard turn based action familiar to players of other breath of fires and early final fantasies. Normal battles are nice for a time, but by the time you cross the sea you'll be bored stiff of the normal fights. It's boss battles where the games excells. Most are very difficult and require a lot of forethought and advanced tactics, as such they never grow old.
Your main character here is a blue haired boy named Ryu, the poor little guy seems to have been born a mute as he never speaks in the game, leaving the conversation to the supporting cast around him, be it Rei and Teepo early on, or Momo, Nina and Garr later. However he is likeable in a way, the pathetic way he covers his eyes and flails his sword around when he attacks early in the game always makes me laugh! Fortunately his journey forces him to get a bit better as the games progresses, to the extent that he becomes your best fighter.
The story line is very good and at times quite deep and serious, and if you've played the other games of the series you'll spend a lot of time trying to fit this one into the timeline that the others inhabit.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dame on 8 Feb. 2004
Along with the Chrono & FF, this ranks as one of the best RPG series to date. Not graphically great, the game makes up for this in loads of other ways - Submersive storyline, excellent character interraction, some rock hard boss fights, hours upon hours of gameplay, the longevity factor and a fishing sub-plot to keep you sane. All in all a top class game, I would recommend this to anyone.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By aaronmoger on 21 Feb. 2004
A game to treasure. This game is easily one of the greatest RPGs of all time. Capcom have really hit the peak of RPG gaming with this game about a boy named Ryu who journeys to find out who he is. There is plenty to do and is a game not to be rushed because of the high difficulty level and a number mini games to try out. An excellent game worth checking out!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sami Y. on 28 Dec. 2003
Just like my title,BOF3 is the best game for PSOne,including all the DBZ and Gundam Wing ones (I'm a huge fan of those).It combines almost all of my personal likes of a game: dragons,good graphics,good story plot,action,adventure and a little humor.The only thing its missing is romance. But I can more than make that up with my imagination (Ryu and Nina are sooooooooo meant for eachother!!).
Anyhow,I finished the (pretty long) game at least three times (The end baddy is a b*tch to kill!!) and I still love playing on it. I'm mad on it.I've even wrote a fanfic about it.But what I'm trying to say is that BOF3 is brilliant,the best game on PSOne ever!
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Breath of Fire 3 starts the player off as a young dragon that has just hatched from a crystal coccoon deep inside a mine. After going on a rampage against the miners, you are knocked unconcious and awaken in the middle of forest, as a young boy! You are then taken in by a gang of youths who are feared as bullies and troublemakers by the local villagers, but you then get a chance to prove yourselves as heroes. With every quest that comes along, you get to explore a bit more of this fantasy world which continually offers new challenges and surprises. You eventually embark on a personal mission - to find out where your ability to shapeshift into a dragon originates from, and why you were given such awesome powers in the first place.

Breath of Fire 3 is a good, solid RPG full of mystery and drama. Characters are well animated with charming personalities. The world itself is a mix of medieval fantasy and high technology. Not only are dragons thought to be an extinct race that were wiped out long ago, but the highly advanced and complicated machinery that people discover are also thought to be relics from a long lost age.

Unlike most RPGs, BOF3 is not centered on a quest to save the world from catastrophy or to liberate your homeland from tyranny - it is in fact a very personal mission. You meet a group of people with various talents and back stories, and each one wants to join you on your quest simply out of curiosity to uncover the secrets of a long lost age of dragons, guardians, goddesses and machinery. You end up going on an epic adventure that takes you over mountains, through caverns and laboratories, into ancient ruins and across a vast ocean and desert that covers a big chunk of the world.
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