Square Enix Re-Releases Final Fantasy 9 for PlayStation 4 – Available Now
Square Enix is bringing a classic RPG back into the limelight. At Sony Interactive Entertainment’s pre-Tokyo Game Show 2017 press conference, the Japanese publisher revealed that it was re-releasing a port of its 2000 RPG Final Fantasy 9 for the PlayStation 4. As of now the PS4 port is available on the North American PlayStation Store, with the port debuting on the Japanese PlayStation Store a few hours prior.
Originally released on the PlayStation back in 2000, Final Fantasy 9 has since been re-released as a “PSone Classic” in 2010, while also receiving a port for Windows, Android, and IOS devices last year. The latest port of the title appears to be a port of the most recent version of the game, as it comes with trophies, HD cutscene video, and boosters, the latter of which are designed to speed up some gameplay mechanics. The game also includes a PlayStation 4 theme, as well as a set of player icons. During a special launch sale, Final Fantasy 9 is available for purchase for $16.79 until September 26, at which point the price reverts to its normal retail cost of $20.99.
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