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- Product InformationSquare's acclaimed role-playing series makes its PlayStation 2 debut with Final Fantasy X. Players assume the role of Tidus, an athletic teenager who witnessed the destruction of his home city by an evil entity named Sin. While his life was spared, Tidus' contact with Sin opened a portal through time. Some 1,000 years have passed since the encounter, and Tidus now finds himself in a strange land with unfamiliar faces. As Tidus struggles to find a way back home, he will meet a variety of characters, including Yuna, a girl faced with the daunting task of defeating Sin.
Final Fantasy X features a number of new features over previous installments. Backgrounds and characters are rendered entirely in 3D, with real-time facial expressions visible on each character. When characters are surprised, for example, they will raise their eyebrows or open their mouths in astonishment. For the first time in the series, dialogue has been recorded using professional voice actors. The U.S. version features voices in English, with optional English subtitles selectable from the menu screen.
Refinements to the combat system include character-specific skills and abilities as well as the option to swap characters at any time during battle. While previous games involved playing with only three characters at a time, players can now manage a party by selecting three to fight and making substitutions as the battle wears on. This is possible through a turn-based system, allowing players to make decisions before initiating a move. As in the earlier games, players can use items, perform special attacks, cast magic, or summon powerful creatures to assist them.
A popular mainstay in the Final Fantasy series is the inclusion of mini-games. Final Fantasy X features Chocobo Riding, where players guide the bird-like chocobos through a series of training courses, and Blitzball, an underwater sporting event. Blitzball pits two teams of four players against each other as they attempt to score points by throwing a ball past the goalie. The action is primarily turn-based, where ability points determine the accuracy of passes, shots, and tackles. By competing in tournaments, players can earn experience and prizes for their characters.
- PublisherSquare Co., Ltd.
- GameFinal Fantasy X
- PlatformSony PlayStation 2
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorBlood, Violence
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2001
- Game Special Features
- First voice-acted Final Fantasy game
- Real-time facial expressions
- Newly designed battle system
- Fully 3D environments
- First voice-acted Final Fantasy game
- Game SeriesFinal Fantasy Series
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- rik-holliJun 09, 2016by
Final Fantasy 10 is beautiful. The graphics, music, story, and places. I really enjoy how this is the first final fantasy with voices for the characters. I bought this game as a gift to a loved one. So I can't leave a full review. I would recommend it for people with a good taste in plot and characters. I like watching it.
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- acehigh12755Sep 01, 2016by
great game great seties
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- jnacstSep 08, 2011by
An incredible experience from beginning to end. A must for any RPG fan.
There is no way I could possible review this game and give it a perfect score with the standards set by the newer games. This game is not as beautiful as it was ten years ago, and the game play is not the most entertaining, but if you play it for what it is--a ten year old game--you will not be disappointed. Graphics: 3/5 The graphics of this game are remarkable if you have never played a game on Playstation 3. Unfortunately, most of us own a next gen console and the graphics in this game can sometimes become an eye sore. The environments are beautiful at first glance, but if you stare at them long enough you will probably notice squares here and there. It is not enough to make you want to stop playing the game; just don't expect this game to be Final Fantasy XIII because it's not. The characters often look lifeless, but only in scenes of minimal importance. When it comes to plot-driven conversations/scenes the graphics are revamped enough to give life to pretty much everything on the screen. The graphics may not be the best available, but they are good enough to get you through the experience. Gameplay: 4/5 FFX's gameplay is enjoyable if you are a fan of RPGs, but if you're a fan of button smashing this game is probably not for you. Most of the game you will control Tidus, and walk around the world of spira. As you walk you will engage in random battles, which can be easily described as a pokemon battle if you've played the GBA Pokemon games. FFX uses a turn-based battle system in which your characters and the enemy take turns attacking each other; the first to lose all their HP loses. You will also battle several bosses, but every battle is done with the turn-based system which can be a bit of a turn off if you are a fan of action. Just like Pokemon, your characters will become stronger the more they battle since you gain experience from everything you kill. The smaller things will give you less EXP while boss battles will often give you enough EXP to level up once or twice. You level up your characters through the sphere grid, which is a complex leveling system that allows your characters to take different paths. You could take a path that gives more strength for your warriors while taking a path that gives more mana for your mages. There are also a ton of mini games where you can race with Chocobos, play card games, play blitzball (a sport in the game that combines elements of football and American football)and many other things. It will be very hard for you not to find something to do with this game whether you are playing straight through the story or trying to get everything in the game. Story: 5/5 The story of this game is simply amazing. The concept is a simple enough save the world kind of tale, but FFX takes the concept to a whole new level. You play as Tidus, a Blitzball star in the city of Zanarkand. Two minutes into the game your city is attacked by Sin, a giant monster that terrorizes the world you are going to save. Your goal is to defeat Sin, but the journey towards achieving that goal is filled with so much detail that you will fall in love with every single character by the time you reach the end, and you will actually care about what happens to them--something not a lot of games can achieve. You will explore every aspect of your characters from their fears, traumas, and true intentions for joining you on your quest. The story is a story worth hearing, and the fun factor is just an added bonus. Read full review
- 1064351403@dele...Jun 21, 2011by
Awesome game, not like your typical Fantasy.
FFX was one of those weirder FF's and it just got weirder from there on. As many may agree, X has a different feel than its predecessors. The battle system is standard using a turn based system working off of the agility/speed attribute with all the perks that Square has always given to its patrons like Magic, Summons, Abilities, etc. However, they give the Sphere Grid instead of just having the orthodox level system. The great thing about this, it allows the characters to learn practically every skill in the game excluding some unique qualities. Unlike many of the previous games, FFX doesn't revisit areas for its storyline. This leaves a more nostalgic sense in the game giving it a great replay value though makes you feel a little uninvolved in the game's world (IMO). The characters are satisfactory if not amazing. There aren't any dramatic character's besides our heroine, Yuna. Graphics really help the intimacy of gamer and game but when it comes down to the actual interaction of characters, I felt underwhelmed. Sure, they have their own personalities, style, etc. but even then I think Square focused a little too much on the main story, our two main protagonists, and left out some of the factors that truly makes a Final Fantasy a true fantasy. Lots of extras: completing sphere grid, battle arena, Omega Ruins, challenges, ultimate weapons, blitzball, and again, a great replay value. The international version gives us more options like battling very strong monsters, more difficult than those even in the battle arena. Though I like a lot of the previous FF's more than X as a whole, I highly recommend at least one play through of this one. Did I mention it has great music by none other than Nobuo? Read full review
- sthacker8Jun 02, 2011by
The last Final Fantasy from Squaresoft.
In my opinion, this is the last Final Fantasy released by Squaresoft (before they merged w/Square-enix). The storyline/concept of the game draws in your interest. There are some of the same elements from past ff games, seen in FF X such as different job classes, weapons, accessories, and summons. New to FF X is CTB system instead of the ATB gauge, so speed would be more important than other stats. Instead of grinding for levels, there is a new system called the sphere grid. Also, instead of pre-rendered backgrounds (seen in previous playstation one ff games) FF X has three dimensional areas, which is a nice feature. And this is the first ff game to feature voice acting.
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