Originally planned to be a "Final Fantasy Gaiden" or side story, this game eventually grew to be a full-fledged FF game. However, references to earlier games from the series abound, from the return to a fantasy setting, to the deformed character style, to numerous "easter eggs" in and around the game. The new Ability and Trance systems add challenge and excitement to the reincarnated four-person battle parties.
- Final Fantasy IX (PSX - 07/07/2000 JP, 11/13/2000 NA, 02/16/2001 EU)
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FF9 FAQ Part 1 by ATadeo (495 KB)
FF9 FAQ Part 2 by ATadeo (417 KB)
FF9 Monster List by Rebirth Flame (248 KB)
FF9 Card Locations FAQ by Rebirth Flame (134 KB)
FF9 Equipment FAQ by Rebirth Flame (124 KB)
FF9 Yan Guide by Dragon Squall Z (22 KB)
FF9 Secrets FAQ by Gwydion (196 KB)
FF9 World Map
FF9 Chocobo Quest Map
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FFIX Game Script by Shotgunnova
Final Fantasy IX: Original Soundtrack (2000)
Final Fantasy IX: Melodies of Life (2000)
Final Fantasy IX: Original Soundtrack Plus (2000)
Final Fantasy IX: Uematsu's Best Selection (2000)
Final Fantasy IX Piano Collections (2001)
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