Final Fantasy III was released on the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) by Squaresoft in North America. This was the third installment of the series for North American gamers and the sixth for Japanese. Known as Final Fantasy VI in Japan, it was renamed to suit the North American audience who had only seen three Final Fantasy on the SNES. The original Final Fantasy III was released in Japan only in 1990 on the Famicom system.

Release History
Title Released Region Platform
Final Fantasy VI 4/2/1994 Japan Super Famicom
Final Fantasy III 10/?/1994 North America SNES
Final Fantasy VI 3/11/1999 Japan PlayStation
Final Fantasy VI 3/1/2002 Europe PlayStation

This category contains websites that primarily or exclusively cover all aspects of Final Fantasy III or Final Fantasy VI for any platform.
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy III US or Final Fantasy VI can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

    1. Features reviews, FAQs, codes, music in MIDI format, images, main character profiles with illustrations, and a forum link.

    2. Features fan art, Winamp skins, advertisement scans, walkthrough, script, music in MIDI format, fan fiction, character information and shrines, and links.

    3. Cheats, walkthroughs, character profiles and links.

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This category lists sites that are dedicated to non-playable characters or multiple ones from Squaresoft's Final Fantasy VI (III).

For individual playable character shrines, please submit your site to the appropriate character sub-category.

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If you site is not specific to characters then it should be submitted to the Final Fantasy VI (III) category instead of the Characters sub-category.

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This category is for sites containing walkthroughs, FAQs, item lists, strategies, codes, hints and information.
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This category lists sites that review and critique Final Fantasy III US, whether by professionals or consumers.
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