Final Fantasy IX

Final Fantasy IX

2000

System
PSone
Publisher
Squaresoft
Developer
Squaresoft

8.9

Game Rating

User Ratings: 7

Our Review: 10/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
RPG
Release Date

PSone

  • 7th Jul 2000 (JPN)
  • 13th Nov 2000 (USA)
  • 16th Feb 2001 (UK/EU)

PlayStation Network

  • 20th May 2010 (JPN)
  • 26th May 2010 (UK/EU)
  • 15th Jun 2010 (USA)
Series
Final Fantasy

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Reviews

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    Review Final Fantasy IX

    I want to be your canary

    As far as Final Fantasy games go, Final Fantasy IX is one of the most cohesive, charming entries in Square Enix's beloved series. It marked the franchise's last showing on the PSone, and although Final Fantasy VII is always brought to the forefront of conversation whenever Japanese RPGs are mentioned, it's definitely...

About The Game

Brahne, the evil Queen of Alexandria, is using highly advanced magical weapons to terrorise neighbouring kingdoms.

Players follow a group of bandits, knights and magicians as they try to foil her plans. The heroes quickly learn that her wicked doings are part of a much larger plot, and as they progress, they learn about the sinister motives of a powerful sorcerer named Kuja.

More than 30 million copies of the Final Fantasy franchise have been sold, making it one of the bestselling video-game series ever. This edition offers new characters and 3-D environments, plus a rich story line — one of the hallmarks of the series — as well as a new point-based spell-casting system and an item-based ability-learning system.

8 unique characters that use a variety of weapons, magic and abilities
A magical world with superbly detailed pre-rendered environments
Almost one hour of seamlessly integrated full motion videos