news\ Jul 31, 2012 at 7:20 pm

Square Enix to provide Ouya with Final Fantasy 3 at launch

Ouya FF3

Square Enix is supporting the Android-based Ouya console, which is making history with its runaway Kickstarter success and partnership with games companies like Robotoki (Human Element), by providing Final Fantasy 3 at launch.

Final Fantasy 3 will be "fully optimised" for the platform and include a playable demo.

More content is in the works for Ouya, confirmed Square Enix Japan (as translated by Square Portal).

The port of the DS remake of FF3 is already available on Android and iOS (and soon PSP in Japan).

Square Enix is the first major third-party publisher to support Ouya, which has raised over $5.8 million of its original $950,000 goal, with eight days remaining on the clock.

Ouya announced its deal with cloud gaming service OnLive last week, as it debuted the console's prototype controller and revealed that the system was about the size of a Rubik's cube.

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