Those of you that are frustrated with the direction of the Final Fantasy series will be able to build your own sequel next week, courtesy of the PlayStation Network release of RPG Maker 3. The title – which originally launched on the PlayStation 2 back in 2005 – will be available as a PS2 Classic in North America on Tuesday, according to the latest episode of the PlayStation Blogcast.
The sequel includes a wealth of tools designed to help you to create your own mini-adventures. Unlike the previous entries in the series, the release features full three-dimensional visuals as opposed to the sprite-based graphics of its predecessors, allowing you to construct gigantic overworlds and dungeons. There’s no word on a price just yet, but we don't expect it to break the bank.