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Final Fantasy IX
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Game Final Fantasy IX
Developer (JP/EU) Square

(US) Square EA

Designer Hiroyuki Ito
Artists Hideo Minaba
Composer Nobuo Uematsu
Release Dates (JP) July 7, 2000

(US) November 13, 2000

(EU) February 16, 2001

Versions (JP) SLPS-02000 SLPS-02001 SLPS-02002 SLPS-02003

(Asia) SCPS-45501 SCPS-45502 SCPS-45503 SCPS-45504

(US) SLUS-01251 SLUS-01295 SLUS-01296 SLUS-01297

(UK) SLES-02965 SLES-12965 SLES-22965 SLES-32965

(FR) SLES-02966 SLES-12966 SLES-22966 SLES-32966

(GR) SLES-02967 SLES-12967 SLES-22967 SLES-32967

Discs 4× CDROM
ROM Map | RAM Map | Text Table | Notes | Tutorials

Overview

Tools

Hacks

Translations

Reverse Engineer Reference

External Links

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The Cutting Room Floor features additional info about this game.