Final Fantasy X-2 (Sony PlayStation 2, 2003)
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About this product
- Product InformationThe first official sequel to an existing Final Fantasy game, Final Fantasy X-2 continues the story of Yuna as she and two female companions set off on a combat-filled adventure to rescue hero Tidus from captivity. Taking place two years after Yuna's epic battle with Sin, the game also stars Riku and a new character named Paine. Once again actresses Hedy Burress and Tara Strong reprise their roles as Yuna and Riku, respectively, and are joined by Gwendoline Yeo as the voice of Paine. While many of the settings will be familiar to Final Fantasy X players, albeit expanded upon in certain areas, a number of changes have been made to the core game engine.
The Sphere Grid used to build a character's class has been replaced with a job system that has characters instantly switching between roles during battle. Jobs are represented by costumes, with each transformation influencing a character's hit points and abilities. Yuna, no longer aided by the powerful spirits known as Aeons, has learned the fine art of pop singing, which can lull enemies into a daze long enough for others to attack. The turn-based battle system used in Final Fantasy X has also been dropped in favor of "Active Time Battle" found in previous installments. The game's structure has changed as well, with players being given a series of missions to undertake in any order instead of following a scripted path towards the conclusion.
- PublisherSquare Enix USA
- GameFinal Fantasy X-2
- PlatformSony PlayStation 2
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorSuggestive Themes, Violence
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2003
- Game SeriesFinal Fantasy Series
Most relevant reviews
- wamsetomthomaJan 05, 2016by
Solid followup to ffx
The game is sort of like an expansion pack to its prequel. The mechanics of the game have changed however. There are familiar moves and items, but the old fighting system has been modified to feel less turn based. Additionally, summoning is gone. I'd say these changes are marginally worse. I prefer the new dressphere system over the cumbersome sphere grids from ten. It certainly requires strategy, but you choose which moves to pursue.
The story is a continuation from the previous game, but can't quite live up to the predecessor. It's interesting, but still a sequel. If you liked ten, you will still enjoy this game though. Yuna and Rikku are great and the new character Paine is good as well. I do wish the party was larger however.
The game is a bit old, but I think the graphics are fine. I think it holds up. The cost was quite low so the value is certainly reasonable. If you want more classic final fantasy, this is a good buy.Read full review
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- tigermonkyNov 16, 2014by
eye-candy, boaring + no challenge thats it
Probably one of the worse FF-games in the history of FF. The only interesting part of the story was the recycling of some characters from FF-X.
The fighting system has a significant learning curve unless you are thoroughly familiar with the "JOB" system used in other rpg games. Sadly learning the system is a fruitless endeavor because the fights are all super easy.
The game is beautiful and the combat looks flashy and cool but those are the only redeeming qualities that I could see.
so If your looking for some good eye-candy and just want a story to play through then you may enjoy this game. If your looking for a dynamic and thought provoking RPG that will test your skills and make you feel accomplished in your game time than don't get this. The hardest thing to figure out is where you can and cant go in the environment, making travel long and difficult. To sum up, the parts that should be simple are hard and the parts that should be hard are simple but it looks cool and the story is ok if your into FFX and disney channel type junk.Read full review
- alvelo06Jul 23, 2015by
Great experience! Its a great value for the money!
Great game! Its a little weird, but great!It takes getting used to the controls, but after that it's actually easy. The visual aspect is great for a pS2 game, as well! Its a great game and a great value for the money!
- gearheadmiJan 03, 2016by
the game is so much fun to play but you need a guide book as there are 60 garment grids to collect and without a guide book they couldnt be found other then that the game is loads of fun to play. and 2 of the girls are great to watch yuna has nice legs and paine has a nice butt lol. i recamend buying this game. 10 plus rating
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- yin157Jul 05, 2014by
A very decent FF game....
I know this game kinda gets a bad rep for some things (for being a bit too girly is one of them) and some Final Fantasy fans have mixed feelings about it, but in my opinion, it's an underrated FF classic. I willing to admit, at times, there were moments in this saga where I would roll my eyes, but overall, it's a good game. Convenient gameplay, awesome music, very good graphics. 8/10. That is all. At least we don't have to hear Tidus's constant whining.