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Tuesday, 31 July 2012 15:29

OUYA scores another title

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Square Enix to bring Final Fantasy III as launch title


Fuseproject has updated its OUYA Kickstarter page with yet another neat update of partnership with Square Enix that will bring Final Fantasy as a launch title for OUYA console.

To be precise, Square Enix will kick off its partnership with OUYA with Final Fantasy III title that will be a launch title on OUYA. The title will also be available as a demo in case you want to give it a try before buying it.

Fuseproject also noted that this will be Final Fantasy III like it has never been seen before as the game will be updated to "exploit OUYA's high-definition resolution in glorious graphic detail".

The Final Fantasy III title and partnership with Square Enix will certainly bring a "back" or two more for OUYA project that is going to end in eight days. Currently Fuseproject scored over 45,500 backers with over US $5.8 million of US $950k goal.

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