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Within the first few hours I spent playing Final Fantasy IX, I predicted  that opinions over it would be sharply contrasting. Much of today's  following of the Final Fantasy series consists of people who were brought on  board with Final Fantasy VII, which is often credited with single-handedly  bringing RPGs into the mainstream. So, we have a lot of FF fans out there  who never experienced the first two thirds of the series, and never bothered  to get the previous games because of a stigma against anything on outdated  consoles.

Now we have Final Fantasy IX, a game which is basically a response to  long-time series fans' complaints about the direction the series has been  taking. I was definitely one of these complainants. While I loved FFVII,  FFVIII had serious problems with both its plot and gameplay. What these two  games had in common is that they almost completely lost touch with the  fantasy elements of their predecessors, becoming entirely sci-fi outings  instead of the blend of genres that has made Final Fantasy so interesting.

I think almost everyone who is a long-time fan of the series and enjoyed the  feel of the first six installments is going love Final Fantasy IX. As for  the people who are new to the series, FFIX will be different from what  they've experienced up to this point. Some may be quick to embrace it, while  it will probably turn many people off.

So how much of Final Fantasy IX is a retro experience? To begin with, FFIX's  plot shows the effort to return to the style of pre-PSX Final Fantasies. The  world of FFIX is vastly medieval, with technology playing a limited role.  It's still a world of mixed genres, but when you spend the game walking  through castles and cobblestone paths instead of concrete roads and neon  skyscrapers, you can tell the difference.

The party is back up to four, a welcome correction after two games with the  decidedly underwhelming party of three. This four-person party is very  important, because like early FFs, the emphasis in FFIX is on having a  well-balanced party instead of highly customizable individual characters. In  FFVII and VIII, the characters were basically blank slates that you could  build up any way you wanted, with very few individual characteristics  (basically the limit breaks). In FFIX, characters each have classes once  again-- not every character can do every technique or spell. There are  fighters who will never be able to cast magic and mages who will be  extremely weak fighters but powerful magic users. You also have characters  who are mostly healers, and the return of FF classes like Dragoon and Blue  Mage. The idea of course is to create a balanced party using these classes. Full Review...
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