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by Dan Birlew

eBook Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide (Video Game Books) download ISBN: 0744000416
Author: Dan Birlew
Publisher: BradyGames; 1 edition (November 18, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1104 kb
Fb2: 1389 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Why anyone ever bothered to put the word "guide" on this book is beyond me. It should have been called "Final Fantasy IX Official Vague Reference Book". It was "enhanced" by Square's PlayOnline site.

Dec 30, 2017 Rose rated it it was ok. Shelves: game-art, gaming, reference, non-fiction. Why anyone ever bothered to put the word "guide" on this book is beyond me. This means that within the actual pages of the book was only general information about a dungeon, or where to go next (something that anyone who's ever played a Final Fantasy knows is not hard to figure out) and admittedly very nice promotional artwork. Shelves: non-fiction, reference, game-art, gaming.

Sometimes I think about playing the video game without the guide and I cringe

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. Sometimes I think about playing the video game without the guide and I cringe. I like to get as much out of a game as possible and this guide certainly gives me that  .

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Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide Paperback – November 8, 2000 by Dan Birlew BradyGames Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide features a detailed walkthrough, support and action abilities, equipment lists and statistics, comprehensi. Home Video Games & Consoles Strategy Guides & Cheats Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide 2000 by Dan Birlew Brady Games. Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide and 50 similar items. Final Fantasy IX Official Strategy Guide 2000 by Dan Birlew Brady Games.

I thought I was doing pretty good on Final Fantasy IX until my friend told me about a bunch of secrets that I didn't even know about

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. I thought I was doing pretty good on Final Fantasy IX until my friend told me about a bunch of secrets that I didn't even know about. When I got confused about some of the secrets I bought this book and I knew about all the secrets after that.

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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.

Comments: (7)
Duktilar
I will get the seller reveiw out of the way so i can dish on this horrible guide. The guide shipped fairly quick and was in the condition listed. Now for the guide itself. Do not, i reapeat, do not waste your money on this guide unless you are some guide book collector and have to get it for your collection. If your can read the cover from the pics of the guide, it says "Enhanced by PlayOnline". What this really means is that the publisher has just sold you a glorified instruction manual and if you want to know all the secrets and info on this game you must use the stupid online part of the guide. I am serious, you could read the manual that comes with the game and get as much use as this guide. This was obviously some marketing ploy to get gamers to use the publishers website to drum up hits. All the good stuff that the guide should have is on the website. The best part is that the site no longer exists, so you have basically bought a paper weight and will have to go online anyway to get all the info. Save your money and go look at one of the hundred or so faq's for this game. This guide is just a waste of space. Shame on you Bradygames!
Jairani
I probably should have reviewed this game guide before now and saved some people their money and a bit of anguish, though it looks like most people are in agreement over this one.
What this guide DOES have:
Excellent workups of the characters, weapons, magical abilities and the Tetra Master card game. A decent but not thorough walkthrough. An accurate world map.
What this guide does NOT have:
Complete side quest information, information on how to increase the characters' special abilities. Game secrets' clues.
So, all in all it's not as dismal as it might first appear. If you want a color guidebook for this game, buy the book. It'll be frustrating, but it's still worth owning. However, you're still going to have to find some of the side quest information on the web (though don't go to the site provided in the book, unless you want MORE frustration.)As for the walkthrough, if you get stuck, just be persistent. The first time I played the game I stayed stuck in one location for months because I couldn't find one candle to light. I asked my friends, and they would just laugh at me and say to keep looking. So, what I'm saying is, you don't necessarily NEED the walkthrough to finish the game.
I have played FFIX around 10 times and have basically found everything there is in it. The main failing of this guide is as I mentioned, the lack of providing information on the complex side quests such as Chocobo Hot and Cold (which lets you travel all over the world map to visit areas and discover treasures) and Mognet Central (which has you deliver letters for valuable rewards.) There is no way you would be able to complete Mognet Central without help or trying the quest on your own at least a dozen times.
There are also two mini games "Racing Hippaul" and "Jump Rope" that look like they're very small things to do while you walk around town, but they're actually kind of important for collecting items. You would never know this from this guide.
Re: Special Abilities. Everyone knows about Quina's special ability "Frog Drop" and how the more frogs you catch in the marshes the stronger it gets. But, did you know that Zidane and Freya ALSO have their own special abilities you can make stronger by completing other tasks? This is another thing not covered in the guide.
One of the stupidest things I have ever seen in a print publication is in this guide. Now and then, when you encounter a problem the guide says "Log on to our website and enter code gobbledegook!" (or whatever) Who is going to pause their game and log on to the net? This tactic is used especially with game "secrets"; essentially fun trivia, but still part of the game you'd like to know!
I could go on and on, but my point is, if you're deciding to get this guide so that you can get all you can out of an old favorite, this is SO not the guidebook for you. Head to your fave search engine and do your thing. If you haven't played the game before, this guide will be helpful, and it does have a lot of pictures. If you know the Bradygames guide to FF VIII, this one is half the size in weight and content. The Piggyback gameguide has the same "log on to our website" problem, though it may be a better guide.
*Nameless*
Big fan of the Final Fantasy Games. Got a PS3 last month and downloaded, some FF, oldies, and decided to buy some strategy guides as well! Let me just say, THIS IS THE WORST GUIDE EVER! The "enhanced by PlayOnline" feature totally sucks, and all the nice little perks you normally get from buying a strategy guide are locked forever into the online world of PlayOnline, which now only does FF eleven, not seven. You can no longer get all the secrets you paid for by buying the guide. Terrible. What a waste of money!

The guide itself arrived quickly, and in great shape, so can't fault the seller, it's the guide itself that sucks!
Kelezel
Complete garbage. This is not a strategy guide, it is a website reference booklet and the website no longer exists.
Uthergo
This thing is a waste of bookshelf space. Sure, when it came out the internet was just becoming a thing, but it points you to the internet for EVERY LITTLE DETAIL offering nothing but spoilers and boss stats (though not enough to be useful). Side-quests you say? Forget about it. This book offers little more than a suggestion they exist.
Steel_Blade
I didn't pay $10 for a worthless walkthrough I didn't need.

Nothing I wanted in here is here.

Unlike old Brady Games guides, that have information on secret weapons, secrets to unlock, secret quests, this has nothing. It has a simple walk through, and prompts on every page to enter a keyword at PlayOnline.com for more information, and little teasers about what the information MAY be about.

IE "someone in your party needs an upgrade! to find out who, enter this keyword in Playonline.com!"

well whats the problem with that?

aparently, that part of Play Online has been deleted, so there is no way to do that. Basically, you just get no information at all, except for a very basic walk through that you dont need.

Dont get this its a terrible investment.
Vital Beast
This entire book is nothing but an advertisement for the 'PlayOnLine' website. It gives some maps and some simple hints that you could easily have figured out on your own. However, are you looking for the best weapons? You'll have to visit PlayOnLine. Want to develop your Chocoba? PlayOnLine. Sidequests? Play...oh, you get the idea. If you don't have internet access, you're toast. even if you do, the PlayOnLine website is NOT friendly. It's slow, and the info you're trying to get is pretty well buried. You'd do better printing out one of the many online strategies put out from the private sector on the net. I seriously hope Bradygames catches a clue (and losses some revenue) from this worthless nonsense.
Ive been playong FF9 since i was like 7. I could write a better book. The website it is supposed to use does exist BUT it was changed to a forum page for ffxi. This book is almost worthless. The poster in the back is good tho.