Final Fantasy IX Released for Playstation 4

Final Fantasy IX Released for Playstation 4
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Final Fantasy IX Released for Playstation 4. The Final Fantasy IX, which was popular for the highest qualified final fantasy among all the series, is now released in PlayStation Store for PlayStation 4.

Square Enix announced to have added special bonuses in the new released version of Final Fantasy IX such as: Trophies, Share Button, and remote control via PlayStation Vita. Moreover, the graphic quality for all the FMVs, cut scenes, and characters has been upgraded to HD—which will be very amazing to enjoy in big screen. There’s also auto-save function to ease players so we don’t have to circle around, looking for save points.

As if those amazing bonuses are not enough, Square Enix has also added more extraordinary features such as:

  1. High Speed Mode
    • Speeding up the game.
  2. Enemy Encounter Off
    • Enjoying the game plot without having to bother with the random enemy encounter.
  3. Master All Abilities
    • Mastering all the weapons and equipment worn by the player.
  4. Max Out Booster
    • Maxed out the level of characters, magic stones, and gils.

It’s like playing using game sharks, isn’t it? But don’t worry. These features are only optional. So if you still want to uphold your dignity as a true gamer and play Final Fantasy IX in the old-fashioned way, you can just turn these features off and enjoy the highest quality of Final Fantasy series, in HD!

Final Fantasy IX was previously released by Squaresoft (now Square Enix) the first time in year 2000 for PlayStation original (PSX and PS 1). Then, in 2010, Final Fantasy IX can also be accessed via PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable (PSP). In 2016, Square Enix also released the mobile and PC version of this game.

Say goodbye to low pixelated graphics appearing in your big screen and hello beautiful Princess Garnet in real deal!

So? Have you checked your PlayStation Store? Please comment and speak your opinion if you’ve played this version of Final Fantasy IX and let us know what you think.

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