Summary: I got this game when it was $40 and it was ok game. The story line was awful when it came to the combat that was fun fightin the monsters and leveling up is great i still have it ill play it whenever.
Summary: This game was the biggest let down of any type of sequel i've ever seen. the leveling system is boring and leaves little room for customization and over the game sucks. Doesn't even deserve to have "Final Fantasy X" in the title.
Summary: Alright, so here's how the game starts. The smart, beautiful, actually talented Yuna who was one of the more kickass characters due to her awesome powers in the LAST game, is first seen strutting around on a flashing stage, shaking her whorish booty to some Britney Spears-like song. Now, I've played many a JRPG in my day, and am not naive when it comes to fanservice. Heck, I like a bit of fanservice!
Lightbringer(weapon on FF1 red wiz weapon) , GameStop
27 March 2009
Summary: The game has a horrible. the story line Skips around The equipment is nothing but garments i would never recommend a female to play this game its nothing but sex appeal to males. the gameplay is a random mess of lets see what crap people will buy. your "garments" are your weapons and as you advance in the game you basically have less and less clothing on. Making your characters look like sluts and dont even get me started on the In game mini games.
A shining example of what happens when you throw together a game using a bunch of negative female stereotypes...
Feelah the tigress, Amazon
29 June 2008
Summary: Where to start? Sigh, just thinking about this game gets my blood boiling. I can't for the life of me understand why some people are giving this 5 stars. Well, first off, just let me say that I am female. It should be glaringly obvious that this game is targeted towards a female audience (or so Square-Enix may believe). Unfortuneately, I was sickened by this game. Well, let's start with something good. Graphics (10/10): Not bad at all.
Summary: Once upon a time, I was playing Final Fantasy VII for the very first time. It was 1997, and I was upwards of ten hours into the game. I had explored every inch of this monstrous metropolis known as Midgar, dominated and controlled by the evil corporation of Shinra. It was my quest (or so I thought) to stop Shinra from literally sucking the life force from the planet, when it suddenly became clear to me that my party and I were going to have to leave Midgar for the first...
Summary: This game was a waste of my time and money. I played about 20 hours before I couldn't take anymore. The wardrobe thing was the stupidest idea I've ever seen and clearly geared towards women, as well as having a female main character. I gave my 2-day old game and my still-in-plastic strategy guide to my 12 year old niece and said go to town. I really don't care if she destroyed them or not. Save your money.
Summary: Why is my review named over that? well, here are good arguments : 1. no more summons. Every final fantasy had summons, but this one doesn't. 2. a crappy storyline, no more of those touching stories, only some kind of tidus reincarnation comming and wanting to blow away everything. that story isn't touching folks, it's a primitive yuna and tidus getting shot. wow. 3. What is the point of having those people sing?
Summary: If you love Final Fantasy games, then please, I beg you DON'T buy this disc of trendyness that FF is getting sucked into. FFX was the beginning of the decline of the series. Here's the points: Graphics: 10/10; There are no worries whatsoever about graphics in this game. Phenomenal.
Summary: From what I have heard it sounds really bad. I mean heck why would they even want to make a sequal for a good game. And its stupid you can't have most of the characters from the other game but there are only a few new characters and Yuna can't even summon anymore. And some new girl character which her name is pronounced as like some food but i forget.