FINAL FANTASY IX Gains Android TV Support (Minus the Nexus Player)

Final Fantasy fans today is a happy day pending you own an Android TV besides the Nexus Player. In the following change log seen below for FINAL FANTASY IX they’ve announced it officially. $20.99 is the price to download it, a little much but at least it’s there for those avid fans of the series.

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Plot

Zidane and the Tantalus Theater Troupe have kidnapped Princess Garnet, the heir of Alexandria.
To their surprise, however, the princess herself yearned to escape the castle.
Through a series of unusual circumstances, she and her personal guard, Steiner, fall in with Zidane and set out on an incredible journey.
Meeting unforgettable characters like Vivi and Quina along the way, they learn about themselves, the secrets of the Crystal, and a malevolent force that threatens to destroy their world.

Gameplay/Features

・Abilities
Learn new abilities by equipping items.
When fully mastered, these abilities can be used even without equipping items, allowing for nearly endless customization options.

・Trance
Fill your Trance gauge as you sustain hits in battle.
When fully charged, your characters will enter Trance mode, granting them powerful new skills!

・Synthesis
Never let items go to waste. Combine two items or pieces of equipment together and make better, stronger items!

・Minigames
Whether it’s Chocobo Hot and Cold, Jump Rope, or Tetra Master, there are plenty of mini games to enjoy when you’re not off saving the world.
You can even earn special item rewards!

Disclaimer

*The app uses 3.2GB of space. When downloading the game for the first time, you must have more than 4GB of space available on your device. Version updates for the app will use more than 4GB of space. Please make sure that there is plenty of space available on your device before downloading.

Anthony Garera

Anthony is a 4th year student attending Western Carolina University studying Computer Information Systems with a passion for technology and being an early adopter, also an Android Enthusiast. Devices - Nexus 6P, Huawei Watch, Nexus 7(2013), 13' Retina Macbook Pro, NVIDIA SHIELD TV, Google ADT-1, and Nexus Player.

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  • ludist210

    Strange, because it was Nexus Player compatible before…maybe Android 7.0 has something to do with that?

    • Unsure ATM, all I know is it’s working with my SHIELD and ADT-1 but showing up non-compatible for my Nexus Player from the Play Store web install screen.

    • It could be related to the version or related to its x86 processor.