The fate of Final Fantasy IX on the PSN to be determined this Friday
Last week we reported that producer Shinji Hashimoto was looking to see if gamers wanted FFIX on the PSN. The overwhelmingly positive response led to Hashimoto-san stating that he will be proposing the idea at the next Square Enix board meeting.
He has since announced that details will be revealed this Friday. Is it time to cue the Victory Fanfare yet?
According to the Unofficial Final Fantasy Site, Hashimoto-san proposed the idea of Final Fantasy IX today like he promised. The result of the suggestion seems positive based on the translated tweets. Of course, the game coming to the PSN has not been confirmed yet, but the chances look good.
Tweet 1: The presentation went well. The result will come on Friday. Everyone – please pray.
Tweet 2: Fortunately for FF9, it is the 10th anniversary, so many of the board members approved of it.
Final Fantasy IX was released in Japan on June 7, 2000. Can you believe that it has been that long?
What’s even more shocking is that FFIX was almost the last time Nobuo Uematsu scored an entire Final Fantasy soundtrack. Luckily for us, it was revealed that Uematsu-san will be composing all of the music for Final Fantasy XIV.
We’ll keep you updated as soon as more information is released.