Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for PlayStation 3
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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster

Mar 18, 2014
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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Final Fantasy X follows the exploits of the Summoner Yuna and her guardians as they battle an evil immortal enemy known as Sin. This beloved entry in the franchise includes side-quests such as the underwater sport of Blitzball and a monster battle arena, as well as a redesigned fighting system that mixes classic Final Fantasy elements with a "Sphere Grid" system.

Final Fantasy X-2 is the first true sequel in the popular RPG series, and picks the story up two years later. The world has entered into a period known as the "Eternal Calm". During this moment of change, the people of Spira have shunned the once-sacred teachings of Yevon, and embraced the use of the formerly forbidden machina. While many of Spira's inhabitants are enjoying this time of peace, evidence of the High Summoner Yuna's lost love Tidus surfaces, prompting her to begin a new quest to find him.

Critic Reviews

31 Reviews
8.36
9.30
Meghan SullivanMar 10, 2014
With enhanced art and music, tons of extra in-game content, cross-save compatibility, and bundling two huge games for the price of one, it’s a lot of bang for your buck. There’s so much to see and do, and being rewarded with new Trophies for going the extra mile with challenges and exploration feels great.
Daniel CairnsMar 17, 2014
It's a comprehensive package too. There's an absolutely incomprehensible audio drama, a short film showing what happened before X-2, and even a roguelike minigame - 'Final Fantasy X-2 Last Mission' - which is good little distraction. It's definitely the definitive Final Fantasy X experience.
Dale NorthMar 10, 2014
Admittedly, X-2 is a bit of a hot mess, but I've always loved this game. This remaster has made it even more enjoyable with its new look and content additions. It's not as lovingly crafted as Final Fantasy X is overall, but it makes up for that in pure entertainment value.

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