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Final Fantasy IX Temporarily Removed from Amazon App Store

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The Final Fantasy IX Android version is temporarily unavailable to buy from the Amazon App Store due to cloud save issues.

People interested in the Android version of Final Fantasy IX won’t find it in the Amazon App Store for the moment.

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Square Enix noted that the game is suffering from a cloud save issue. As a result, it is temporarily unavailable to buy from there. It remains on Google Play for $20.99 as usual.

This temporary removal only applies to new purchases of the Android version of Final Fantasy IX from Amazon. If someone already picked it up on the Amazon App Store, they can still play and redownload the game as usual. However, newcomers will find it impossible to purchase via that storefront until Square Enix fixes it. They also will be able to play and enjoy the game as usual, but can’t use cloud saves properly.

Square Enix also confirmed that the company is working on a fix. However, on the official site it also noted, “We are currently looking into the issue and working on a fix, but we expect that it will take some time until it is resolved.”

Final Fantasy IX is available on the PlayStation, PS4, Switch, Xbox One, PC, and Android and Apple iOS devices. An animated TV show based on the game is also in development.

Jenni Lada
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