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Saturday, 20 September 2008 01:17

Final Fantasy X For PS2

Final Fantasy X (10) For Playstation 2 Console

Rekeased Date: December 20, 2001

Overall Rating:  Product Rating: 3.0

Final Fantasy X is a Console Role-Playing-Game developed and published by SquareSquare (now known as Square EnixSquare Enix), and the tenth installment in the Final Fantasy games series.


In Final Fantasy X, the main character Tidus, a star player of blitzball (a full contact sport). After miraculously surviving the destruction of his homeland, he awakens among ruins and thereafter meets a young woman named Yuna. As a summoner, Yuna must travel to distant temples and learn the secert art of summoning aeons-powerful spirits of yore, in order to defeat "Sin". Tidus learns that a thousand years in the past, mankind lived spectacular cities and relied on machines for everything, until Sin suddenly striked again. Final Fantasy X features a distinct Asian Influence, bringing a fresh feel to the characters, music, settings and story. 


Final Fantasy X was also one of the first Final Fantasy games to be released on the Sony Playstation 2 Console System. All the other previous games of Final Fantasy were either on SNES, Playstation 1 and other gaming Console Systems.


Final Fantasy will also be the first in the series to feature voice-overs for the characters. in addition to the games  voice-overs dialogue and fluid gameplay-to-full-motion-video transitions, Final Fantasy X offers fully 3D Environments that seamlessly intergrate real-time movement with battles, allowing you to walk around and engage in battles on the same field map screen.


James Arnold Taylor ("A Moment of Silence") and Hedy Burress ("Valentine") will voice the main characters in the U.S release of Final Fantasy X. 


Life-Like high-polygon, motion-captured characters designed by Tetsuya Nomura (Final Fantasy VII, VIII, Parasite Eve, Parasite Eve 2) brings realism to the screen. As seen in previous Final Fantasy titles, you will be able to enjoy new mini-games, such as mastering the sport of Blitz-Ball and the Al-Bhed Language, plus engage in the all-new Sphere Grid Battle & Level System.


Final Fantasy X is also the first in the series to actually have a direct-sequal to this game, which is set two years after the conclusion of the original story, establishing new conflicts and dilemmas and resolving loose ends left by the original game.


In my opinion, its one of the most superb games ever made by Squire-Enix, there is also a direct sequel to Final Fantasy X, which is called Final Fantasy X-2, i encourage people to play this game and i promise if you are a RPG-Lover you will surely enjoy playing this mind blowing game. But please don't play the sequal ("Final Fantasy X-2") first and then "Final Fantasy X" - Final Fantasy X-2 uncovers alot of missing plots and suspense which would be quite confusing if you haven't play Final Fantasy X first.



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