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Submitted by TaldusServo 222d ago | opinion piece

Why Final Fantasy IX Was the Best of the Series

With the newest release of a Final Fantasy MMO I started to think about what the greatest game of the main series was. If you yelled Final Fantasy VII then you’re wrong. If you said Final Fantasy IV then you are less wrong, but still wrong. FFIX is unequivocally the greatest to ever make its way into the famous role-playing series, and hands down the most underrated. FFIX was the third Final Fantasy game to come out for the Playstation and it came out towards the end of the consoles life. Thanks to its release time many gamer have never even played FFIX, thanks to that it is often left in the shadows of it’s older siblings. (Culture, Final Fantasy IX, PlayStation)

SynGamer  +   222d ago
Completely agree.
Evil_Ghosty  +   222d ago
While I really did enjoy FFIX and played it through a few times, I didn't enjoy it as much as FFVIII. I will say the FMV scenes blew me away and I adored Vivi.

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