It's a steam feature. Most games that come out on steam have trading cards associated with them. Steam has a whole thing about them, but I never got into them. What's the port like? I'm still on the fence of buying it.
The game so far definitely stays true to it's roots and doesn't disappoint. There has been no news of any real content, but the character graphics are looking phenominal, if not at the same time a bit lazy when it comes to non main characters and especially backgrounds. I'll put in some screen shots to show you.
Here's a PC emulation version VS Current FFIX game showing the differences shown so far;
Pretty big difference actually, right?
Also included in the game (as far as I know, I haven't tested everything), there is cheat options for instant master abilities, max level/max gems, Max Gil, Turbo Mode, Instant ATB/Trance, all attacks do 9999 damage, and no encounters.
Also included is fast forward or battle and auto save options. I think.
Also, don't take what I'm about to say next with a grain of salt, but the game was made with Unity, so it's POSSIBLE it might be seeing mods just like it's emulated rom version. Tho it might take quite a while to be 100% certain if it's true or not, cross your fingers.
As for the decision on whether you should buy it or not; You decide. If you wanna take a walk down memory lane with more beautiful graphics, I say go for it. Otherwise, if you already played it before earlier, I'd wait a bit.
It's interesting seeing these screenshots for the new version. They really have given it the HD treatment. I probably won't be that eager to buy the game if it is just a HD version though, since I like the PS1 version I own just fine.
Wanted: Meepy the Meeping Mew Reward: 1 million gil. Dead or alive. Warning! Mark is incredibly dangerous! Do not be fooled by his cute appearance!