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|Technology - Video Games|
|Thursday, 02 August 2012 04:00|
It seems that the project Ouya continues to do quite well. Only days ago it was announced that OnLive will provide content for the first console Indie and now it is revealed that Square-Enix Japan also provides support for Final Fantasy III released on this new platform, fully optimized.
The game's release will happen simultaneously with that of Ouya which is projected for March 2013, but that does not end there, as the company also announced it will provide more content for the console, but did not specify which.
While Final Fantasy III is not what we would call a recent headline, it is part of one of the longest running franchises, loved and representative so this announcement may be taken as a vote of confidence from Square-Enix -plus This title has not had any remake - although we can also think that the company is taking action on the matter to avoid running out of the market with the rapid changes that have happened in the game industry, where developers have more options as to the content distribution .
Ouya notes that this is the first time that the West can play on a television, because while for us was named Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy VI was Japan.
Ouya is a project launched via Kickstarter that aims to create a $ 99 console free or freemium games, supposedly the size of a Rubik's cube and will use Android as the operating system.