185w ago - Today Square Enix Europe's Brand Manager Antonio Marfuggi has announced that Final Fantasy IX is returning to both the PS3 and PSP on PlayStation Network!
To quote: Today's a special day, here at SQUARE ENIX: FINAL FANTASY IX; one of our most celebrated games is now available again from PlayStation Store for all PS3 and PSP users.
Ten years have passed since it made its first, triumphant appearance on the original PlayStation. And since then, it has been regarded as a milestone in the history of console RPGs, and games in general.
Players will have the chance to own and experience the tale of young thief Zidane, kind black mage Vivi and beautiful princess Garnet, and their quest to defeat the evil forces of the Queen of Alexandria.
A true classic, FINAL FANTASY IX introduced elements such as the Active Time Events and Mog-Net into the FINAL FANTASY universe, as well as the renowned Tetra Master card mini-game.
To know more about the game and its world, have a look at the official Web site. I hope you'll enjoy FINAL FANTASY IX as much as I did - I'd love to see your comments about it!
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Well WTF this just pisses me off japan and Europe have this can't they just take the Europe version and move it to the canada store or is it posible to just download the iso to eboot move it over to psp then copy with ps3 because this is bs.
I made a Europe account and I see it their so I picked. 20$ psn card and it won't work on my uk account well that freaking blows and now I'm pissed
Just fyi: The odd thing is, it is available in other regions. I have several profiles from different regions so I can get everything Sony has to offer, and it is in the store from almost every other region except the U.S.
Have no idea why they haven't put it in the U.S. store...
Umm - I still have all FFs released on Playstation on it's original disks so apart of the "comfort" of having that directly on hard drive or being able (officialy) to play them on PSP I really see no reason to spend money on those again.