Final Fantasy IX Should Be Cleared For A PSN Landing
The most downloaded PlayStation classics on the PSN are Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII, so wouldn't it stand to reason that Final Fantasy IX should arrive at some point? Isn't that logical?
Of course. And according to Examiner.com, Square-Enix producer Shinji Hashimoto said he would introduce the idea of bringing FFIX to the PSN at the company's next board meeting. Well, that idea must've gone over well because Hashimoto stated on his Twitter page that as this is the game's 10th anniversary, the board members approved of the plan. We should expect an official announcement "by next Friday at the latest" and that'll be great news for all RPG and FF fans around the world. This means we would now have the best of Final Fantasy during the franchise's golden years on the PS1; PS3 owners will be able to go online and download FFVII, FFVIII, FFIX, and Final Fantasy Tactics. Of course, if you already own them all - as any good fan would - this doesn't interest you, but it's great for bringing in new fans, and allowing those who didn't get a chance all those years ago to indulge now. And oh yeah, they're all actually turn-based.
And you're trying to tell me a FFVII remake wouldn't work? It took long enough for S-E to finally consider the possibility, didn't it?
Related Game(s): Final Fantasy IX
3/29/2010 10:51:53 AM Ben Dutka