Summary: I waited til I had played the game all the way through to write my review. I'm glad they did a sequel to Final Fantasy X, I didn't like how they made Rikku look goofy though, and Yuna's long braid thing was annoying, it made her look like she had a tail. But they did keep alot of humor from FFX in this one. I liked how it took alot less time to finish the game than previous Final Fantasy games. I finished playing FFX2 twice in the time it took me to play FFX once.
Summary: I played FFX-2 after I beat FFX. I had much higher expectations for it. You only play with 3 character, the story feels like its all over and doesn't progress very well. By the time you know it, you are at the last boss, you are too weak and he kills you in a matter of seconds. This is what really annoyed me and unfortunately I never finished the game. It just wasn't as fun as FFX and I really didn't enjoy it.
Summary: This is a bit of a let down after the amazing Final Fantasy 10. The character are mostly still there. Yuna is trying to figure out where she belongs after the Calm began, but that's about it. The plot is severely lacking and no guy would enjoy this. I'm a girl and I barely find it appealing. The only playable characters are Yuna, Rikku, and Paine. That's it. The amazing humor in Final Fantasy 10 has died out to be replaced with words such as "poopie!" "Duck Soup!
Summary: ff10 is on of my favorite ps2 game, but ff 10-2is not as good the game play is alot better and more fun than ff 10 but its story and chaters is not as good as ff 10.also the game is not as ingation and is very hard.
Summary: I will admit I enjoy the series, but at this point in time, I really can't get going on the game after the intro mission cause I am unsure of what to do next, who to talk too and what order if you know what I mean. If I knew what to do, I would give the game a higher rating, but right now, I don't know. Maybe if I got the guide, it would be easiser, but right now, I'm still trying to find my way. I know I stink at it, cut me a break.
Summary: I played X and liked it, I did not like X-2. The combat system and game play in general is completely different (downgrade imo). The only similarity is the locations. You start at the end of X and work your way back through the world. The playable characters are the women of X, so you do get to explore those characters in a new light. My wife liked it but got bored halfway through. If you love FF and are a collector of anything FF then this is a buy.
Summary: Lets look at each aspect individually: Challenge: The hardest part is putting up with the completely unreal personalities the three girls have. They needed to lay off the innuendoes and just try to tell a story. The game itself wasnt very hard at all. the dungeon in bevelle was fairly difficult but you can easily bypass it or complete it using a number of cheap tactics.
Summary: When I first saw the teasing trailer, i was about to fall to the floor and die. I wanted the game so bad, and it was all i thought about while i was in School. I even visited their website on a number of occasions. well, my dramatic acts were all for nothing. Its like waiting for santa to come down the chimney to give you a toy, but instead gives you a pile of crap. The reason i gave it a low rating, was because this game did NOT CONCENTRATE on Yuna's mission.
Summary: This is a difficult review to write because Final Fantasy X is one of my favorite video games of all time, but this direct sequel doesn't really do it justice. Good: I love that this game takes a whole new twist on the familiar world of Spira. The combat in this game is active, fast-paced, and exciting, and reviving the job system from classic Final Fantasy games makes the combat very in-depth.