This game also deserves a Remake (Part 2)
Final Fantasy 9 follows in the footsteps of Zidane, an adventurous monkey-tail adventurer who “kidnaps” the princess fleeing Garnet as part of a plan. A series of events occur and Zidane’s plans are broken, leading to Zidane having to recruit a diverse array of characters from appearance to personality as companions. One of those must be mentioned is a witch of the Black Mage class is very lovely but no less tragic called Vivi. Working side by side, the group gradually discovers and must confront a deadly secret that can bring destruction to the world.
Following on from the success of the Final Fantasy games with a more fiction-focused setting, Squaresoft has returned to the fantasy setting of classic Final Fantasy titles and brought to the new generation of gamers. an extremely memorable adventure. Final Fantasy 9 had the best graphics of all the Final Fantasy games of the time, with music composed at the master level and truly tragic moments throughout the game. The game has a lot of unexpectedly dramatic episodes, and it’s worth noting that it’s the villain Kuja.
When Kuja was introduced to the player, no one would have expected him to be the main villain for the whole story, but only a henchman for whom we considered the greatest threat at the time, Garland. However, at the beginning of the game we did not think that Garland was the biggest villain but assumed that the character in charge of that role was Queen Brahne, Garnet’s mother.
Besides the plot of the game, the characters of Final Fantasy 9 are very memorable though never becoming too tense. The game deals with very dark issues such as the corruption of a political apparatus, the nature of existence or even facing the force majeure of death, especially the arrival of death. with people so early. However, thanks to the colorful images and humor, the game never becomes so heavy as other Final Fantasy titles, such as Final Fantasy 8, are known.