The Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide: Round 2

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Brady GAMES, Nov 1, 2000 - Games - 208 pages
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BradyGames Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide features a detailed walkthrough, support and action abilities, equipment lists and statistics, comprehensive weapons list, bestiary data and side quests. Using this printed guide along with Squaresoft's online guide at PlayOnline.com will enable players to access additional resources for this epic adventure.

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Review: Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide (Video Game Books)

User Review  - Ebony McMurray - Goodreads

FFIX has to be one of the best FF but this guide is sh*t. WTF you are better off finding a guide online and using it because that's what this book will make you do. Read full review

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User Review  - Fff1 - Goodreads

A very useful guide...but it would be MORE useful if half of it wasn't hidden online on a, now dead, website. I'm extremely glad that the online content section of their Final Fantasy guides both ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
4
CHARACTERS
15
WEAPONS
39
Copyright

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Capcom Entertainment, headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Capcom, Co., Ltd. of Japan. A leading force in the multi-billion dollar interactive entertainment industry, Capcom's legacy spans 22 years of entertaining video gamers. Capcom develops, markets, and distributes home video games for the PlayStation(r) game console, PlayStation(r) 2 computer entertainment system, Nintendo(r) GameCube game console and the Xbox(tm) video game system, Game Boy Advanced and Game Boy Color systems, personal computers, and coin-operated games. Worldwide recognizable product lines include Street Fighter, Mega Man, Breath of Fire, and the Resident Evil series. World headquartered in Osaka, Japan, the company also has offices in Tokyo, Hong Kong, London and Sunnyvale, California.

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