Two Classic JRPGs Are Coming Back On Modern Platforms

Two Classic JRPGs Are Coming Back On Modern Platforms

Two old role-playing games — Final Fantasy Tactics Advance and Breath of Fire III — are coming to modern consoles in the very near future, their respective publishers announced this week. It’s a good time for old JRPGs.

Today, Nintendo’s bringing FFTA to Wii U on the Virtual Console. It will cost you $US8 ($11), and although it isn’t as stellar as its predecessor, Final Fantasy Tactics, it’s a solid strategy-RPG nonetheless.

Capcom also announced last night that they’re bringing the PSP version of Breath of Fire III to PSN as a digital release in February. This one will be $US10 ($14), which is a bargain for one of the best RPGs the PlayStation had to offer. You’ll be able to play it on PSP, Vita, or PS TV.

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