Trading Arts Final Fantasy III
Brendan    2007-02-02, 21:09 pm.

Even though Final Fantasy III released almost three months ago in North America, fans of the recreated entry have more to clamor about: Trading Arts Final Fantasy III Minis.

Already out in Japan, the Minis will soon debut in May of this year, and the standard Japanese prices for a full set of twelve will most likely translate across the markets, hovering at about $45 USD. Sadly, UK orders will lack two Refia job minis: the magus and dark knight. This presumably means that there will only be ten figurines for the UK release, unless Square supplements previously unseen minis.

Final Fantasy III was originally released in Japan on April 27, 1990 and after a troubled localization process was shelved until 2004, when Square announced a remake for the Nintendo DS. Final Fantasy III DS was released in Japan and North America late 2006.

It is currently scheduled for a Q2 UK release in 2007.

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