Summary: OK, first off, this is NOT your typical FF game. Those looking for a hardcore RPG with a deep storyline along the lines of FF7 - FF10 will be sorely disappointed. This game is simply a bunch of missions, kinda like sidequests if you will, where you control Yuna and Rikku (from FFX) plus the new...
Summary: This game is ok, even though FFX was WAY WAY WAY better. The new battle system beats the old one, but I've still seen better. (I personally enjoy the PSO battle system, where its only your wits and otherwise its chaos!) And... theres the drawback of it having a majorly fanboy attitude.
To quote a friend: The best Charlie's Angels Game ever!
25 March 2005
Summary: Final Fantasy X seemed to be a love-hate relationship for most people. I for one loved it, and was excited that they would make a sequel. As more information came out about Final Fantasy X-2, some of my friends thought that it was just a game marketed on sex appeal and that they wouldn't buy it.
Summary: If i'd never played FFX this game would have blown me away. But I have and probably the majority of people who buy this game have. The places it shines above FFX: The Battle System- It's more in depth than X. Once you start to get all the different dresspheres.
Summary: All right Final Fantasy X2 is not the best game you'll ever play in the Final Fantasy series. Yes it is a little girly through out the game (dresspheres) I know but the farther you play into the game the better it gets as with all Final Fantasy games.
Summary: I loved the dynamic of characters from FFX. But look what happened to them in Ten-2. Wakka and Lulu seem to be drained of energy. Kimhari who seemed so daunting and strong in X is receiving backrubs from female Ronso! Most importantly, we're missing vivid characters like Auron and Tidus.
Summary: Final Fantasy X has an unforgetable ending: the seperation of a true and endless love. But then you see our hero Tidus rise up from water. Final Fantasy X was an excellent game, so I thrived to buy the sequel. It started out good, however, the FMV scenes aren't as good as FFX's, nor the plot.
Summary: Wow! An actual sequal to a FF Game! I've played through the Japanese version, and when it boils down to it, it's a pretty good game. The opening sequence featuring Yuna (or is it?) in concert is great (Koda Kumi sings the song)!