Square Enix is gearing up for a busy first few months of next year - with Final Fantasy III on Nintendo DS now down for release in the spring.

That's in addition, of course, to PlayStation 2's Final Fantasy XII, which we're told to expect early in the year.

Originally only released in Japan for the NES, Final Fantasy III has taken around 17 years to make the transition (which is pretty poor even by Squenix's standards), but early reviews suggest that its quality has held up surprisingly well - perhaps partly thanks to the new work Squenix has done, introducing touch-screen controls, Wi-Fi Connection capabilities, and more.

Or perhaps it's none of those things. We'll find out soon though, because, well, sod spring - you can always import it from the US instead.

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