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Answered 2009-10-19 03:58:19

No. In North America, the game that was known as Final Fantasy III was actually Final Fantasy VI, and the real Final Fantasy III was unreleased until 2006. Chrono Trigger is not part of the Final Fantasy series in anyway, despite the fact that it was bundled with Final Fantasy IV in 2001's Final Fantasy Chronicles. Chrono Trigger is part of the Chrono series, and was originally released on the NES.

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