Final Fantasy IX

released on Jul 07, 2000

Final Fantasy IX is the ninth main installment in the FF series. The title is a return to the series's roots, with gameplay features and references to the past games featuring throughout, as well as a medieval fantasy setting and cartoonish art style as a break from the sci-fi slant style of Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII.

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Rare example of exceptional FF writing. Features my favorite character in fiction.

This is a game that I can be up and down with. Love the combat, story is pretty good. I like that it represents the spirit of Final Fantasy well and it's Sakaguchi's final PSX game.

A bit of a mixed bag, but with a lot of really good elements. Gameplay is extremely sluggish with incredibly long animations and weird battle pacing that feels bad to play, which is the main thing that brings this game down. The actual main plot is also pretty weak, with an antagonist that doesn't really hit as well as others. Where this game excels however is its characters and world, which are very easy to love and have some truly great moments. A standout is Vivi, who may likely just be one of the best characters in final fantasy period. Even with its problems, its hard to not enjoy this game

-> Segundo mejor juego que existe.

The proportions of the character models are upsetting.

One of the best stories at FF saga. I felt it as a theater story with a lot of new races, upon which the MC have nothing in common with people. And do not develop until he mets others as him. The best moguri's and chocobo mini game are in this game.