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Breath of Fire III (PlayStation)


Developer Capcom
North America Japan PAL
Publisher Capcom Capcom Atari
Year 1998 1997 1998

Alternate Releases:

Breath of Fire III (PSP)
Developer Capcom
North America Japan PAL
Publisher Capcom Capcom
Year 2005 2006

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FAQs and FAQ-Like Information

FAQ Name Author Version Size
Abilities/Skills FAQAndrew Testa1.1K
Boss FAQJCPK0.4K
Bosses FAQJoseph Cottle0.1K
Character GuideJarek Grochal1.1K
Container Yard FAQR. Stone1.0K
Dragon Gene FAQBubbawheatK
Dragon HandbookDarkStorm1.4K
Enemy Skill FAQEternalspiritK
Fairy Village CompendiumAnonymous1.1K
FAQ/WalkthroughHenry LaPierre2K
FAQ/WalkthroughFritz Fraundorf5.0K
FAQ/WalkthroughZafran1.4K
FAQ/WalkthroughDyson Turner1.2K
Fishing GuideFormerly Fauk2K
Item FAQAndrew Testa2.0K
Masters FAQDavid Stiefermann1.2K
Minigame and Puzzle FAQDavid Kovaz1.0K
Miscellaneous Tidbits GuideBilly Lee7K
Monster ListMichael G. Strong1.2K
Myria Station Electric Grid FAQJoe Monson1.2K
Power-up GuideAngelwingnl1.4bK
Pure Again LyricsJennifer MukaiK
Stat Gains GuideCedric Blood1.10K
Strategy Guide and WalkthroughDavid Kovaz9.0K
WalkthroughZedd U.K
WalkthroughTricrokra2.000K


The first PlayStation BoF is one of the best. You play as Ryu, a boy who discovers his dragon powers and who departs on a quest to discover the truth about himself. Various comrades, who each have their unique abilities in battle, join him. Your characters learn abilities by levelling up or by learning them from masters, people who teach you what they know after gaining enough levels. Graphically, the game looks very cartoonish, but really nice, the light effects are great. This is just a really fun game to play, itís really worth your money.