If You Can Get Over, Certain Issues, It's Not a Bad Game
S. M. Essler "Mr. E.", Amazon
13 March 2007
Summary: For a twenty Year Final Fantasy veteran, playing Final Fantasy X-2 was a kick in the stomach. At least when I first started the game, that is. Instead of the typical World-in-Despair opening of other Final Fantasy games, FFX-2 begins with FFX's Yuna apparently now as a pop princess superstar, with...
Summary: I was very disappointed with this game. Square really took a lot of gambles with it, and I think most of them were for the worse. This is a sequel to Final Fantasy X, which occurs 2 years afterwards. Unfortunately, the only playable characters are Yuna, a new character named Paine, and Rikku.
Summary: When I first heard that there would be an actual sequel to FFX, I was happy. FFX is probably my favorite RPG of all time, but the ending was kind of disappointing. Unfortunately, FFX 2, is not in the same league with it's predecessor.
Summary: This is a major dissapointment. I just got this game for Christmas and have kinda just begun just did a couple missions and im not one bit interested. The whole time i just felt like turning it off and playing anything else but i tried to give it a chance and thought to myself" Ill play some more...
Summary: As a huge Final Fantasy fan and an optimist, I have tried to love every single FF series and even FFX-2. In fact, I did have some fan playing the game because this game is actually provide some more traditional FF series game with ATB and many traditional accessories and magic.
Summary: To say that it is a sequel to one of the best RPGs on the play station...I'd rather that I never bothered. There are some pretty cutscenes, and the singy bits are nice to look at...but other than that..
Summary: First off, this is just my opinion, do not take it to heart and although this is rather harsh, I feel I must say it. I do not own this game, my friend does, however I am glad I dont. When I first heard of FFX-2, I was excited like every other FF fan.
Summary: This suffers from the very same problems as the Charlie's Angels films: three girls running round as giggling fools but still thwarting the even stupider bad guys isn't feminism. It's exploitation and male fantasy.
Summary: After playing, and loving, the video game Kingdom of Hearts I felt obliged to try the Final Fantasy Game. I was looking forward to a new instesting story line but when I played the game I was sadly dissapointed. The game was, in summary, boring. Fighting is hardly difficult on this game.
Summary: I bought this game after completing Final fantasy X, which is easily one of their best games to date, along with VIII, and, well, I thought things just weren't right... Things started okay I suppose. I thought things would stop being all bubbly and camp after the first few minutes of the game.