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Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy X (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Turn-Based RPG (Fantasy)
Developer: Square

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
12/17/2001
EU
05/02/2003
JP
07/19/2001
AU
05/17/2002

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Staff Reviews

Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

James Gordon says: "FFX introduces many new elements which have never been seen before in a Final Fantasy game. I guess the one with the biggest impact is the new battle system. Square finally decided to just throw exp/levelling-up out the window."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed July 12, 2002

Lassarina Aoibhell says: "FFX's gameplay, though, has some truly significant differences from its predecessors. The most drastic change is that you can swap characters in and out during battle simply by pressing the R1 button. This is extremely helpful because it keeps you from getting jacked in boss fights because you brought the ninja instead of the black mage."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed April 28, 2012

Rob Hamilton says: "After that debacle, though, I noticed that Yuna had a particular piece of armor designed to block three particular negative statuses, so I decided to make sure she was always in the party when fighting them. Sure enough, she was able to avoid being confused or silenced by the beast and, as a result, cure my other members so they could finish it off. A tough monster made easier due to me using my brain — I was proud of myself!"
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Reader Reviews

Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed April 20, 2007

carcinogen_crush says: "Being even eight years old, you have to have seen these sort of guises in one type of media or another: "
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed March 22, 2004

denouement says: "Final Fantasy is perhaps the biggest name in console gaming today, and the debut of the tenth game in this tradition is certainly a prime opportunity to compare this game to previous titles, and see what progress we have made. Art, in its best forms, appeals to us on many levels. In this way, the Final Fantasy series can be seen as bringing art to the gaming console. This series, spanning over a dozen games, has proved over and over again that video games can appeal to our minds, as well as our ..."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed March 18, 2005

disco1960 says: "Entries of the Final Fantasy series have always been memorable classics of one sort or another. Since the beginning, each of the Final Fantasy games were designed to be nothing less than epic quests for a group of heroes to defeat evil and save the world. (I suppose that’s the appeal of the whole series, really, as anyone can share in the fantasy of being a hero.) Lately, for better or worse, the games have placed a greater emphasis on telling a complex and engaging story. Final Fantasy X is..."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

falsehead says: "Final Fantasy X is the tenth game in Squaresofts long running role playing game series. Over the past ten years the series has evolved across four console formats. NES, Super NES, PlayStation and with this latest installment PlayStation 2. This finally arrived in the UK, one year after its Japanese release and six months after its USA release. "
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed November 10, 2013

holdthephone says: "An obsession with death."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed December 21, 2003

jdog says: " Final Fantasy X is the exact product of what everyone said it would be. The visual entourage that dazzles and delights rarely lets up. The game upon full completion reaches far into triple digits according to the game's hourglass. Furthermore, this installment of Square's all but worshipped franchise really does throw caution to the winds in more ways than one. To be brief, Final Fantasy X is almost everything Square said it would be. Sadly, this doesn't mean that it is jus..."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed February 26, 2004

jerec says: "The first thing you will notice about Final Fantasy X is not the beautiful graphics, which show the great architectural structures or the beautiful lush green tropical forests or even the gargantuan mountains with winding paths covered in snow that you will become very familiar with. Nor will the first thing you notice be the voices, which bring each character to life, giving them a distinct personality. The first thing you will notice is the music, specifically, a quiet piano piece, dren..."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

kahr says: "The latest instalment of the Final Fantasy series, FFX, is truly a work of art. The graphics are great; characters are spectacular, and the story as in-depth as ever. The game introduces many new things into the series. Square kept the limit break or power break idea, only this time it is called overdrive. Perhaps one of the more noticeable additions is voice acting. There are also many apparent changes with the battle, ability, and equipment systems. I will address them individually: "
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed July 30, 2004

kingbroccoli says: "Final Fantasy X reached down a mighty, benevolent hand and pulled a faltering series from the tepid water in which it was drowning. Years of terrible indiscretions were forgotten in an instant, as the epic quest of Tidus and Yuna banished former Final Fantasy failures to the backs of minds everywhere. Earlier instalments of this perennial series had been keen to show off a “newfound maturity”, bombarding us with hour upon hour of overbearing melodrama, and “romances” seemingly plucked from the p..."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

mortis765 says: "When a game series makes the jump to one generation to the next, you expect certain things. The jump to the NES to the SNES gave square more freedom to tell a story with more lines of text and better quality music. With the PSX you where immersed in computer generated movies. But some would argue that while technology got better, then gameplay suffered. That’s a matter of opinion I suppose. But the change from the PSX to the PS2 is just a significant as the ones preceding it. "
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed August 31, 2003

psychopenguin says: "The Final Fantasy series has been out for many years now, spanning many different platforms, and it has turned into one of the most beloved and revered video game series to ever grace the planet. It has certainly become one of my favorite game series, if not my favorite, and has become a series that all role playing games wish to become one day. Every game has been hyped and for the most part always delivers. Amazing that such a last gasp effort from a guy about to be broke turned into the most ..."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed February 15, 2004

ratking says: "The Playstation II gave SQUARESOFT an entirely new oppurtunity. Instead of needing four discs to tell their stories, they could all pack it on one for Final Fantasy X, and with graphics to die for. Everything was looking up, and it seemed that SQUARE would one up themselves once again with the creation of the greatest Final Fantasy game yet... Too bad they fell a bit short. "
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

sgreenwell says: "Final Fantasy X is a very good game. In fact, judged solely on gameplay and storyline, it's a great game. However, there's a lot of little things that continually add up to make Final Fantasy X somewhat lacking. In a series that is well known for a high standard of quality, the little things add up more-so than in a non-descript RPG series. It's a huge step up from Final Fantasy IX, which is a grossly overrated game, but it's not quite the leap that Final Fantasy VII..."
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Final Fantasy X review

Reviewed July 16, 2002

shinnokxz says: "Bon voyage, Playstation. Hello Playstation2. "
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