Summary: I think this game is pretty cool. I like playing as Yuna and the other 2 girls as main characters. However it would be cool if the game had more playable characters. Perhaps a little more diversity in the game would be cool too like Final Fantasy X.
Summary: First off, the story-line is about average but okay. You go around Spira in search for spheres to find any clues about Tidus. The political scene is a very hot topic in Spira, people are fighting and trying to bring back the calm Yevon teachings had, then there is the rebels fighting the cause and creating a teaching based on spheres. Amongst this is the spirit of a young man named Shuylin is wanting to destroy Spira because they killed his love Lenne.
Great for FFX fans, not so great for everyone else
TomThumb , GameStop
9 July 2011
Summary: This review is a little late, and by a little, I mean really late. To begin, this story continues off where FFX ended. Due to events in FFX, the world of Spira has changed from a conservative, religious society to a liberal, semi-religious society. The game focuses on Yuna's journey to find the origin of a sphere that contained an image of Tidus, the protagonist of FFX.
Summary: Yuna now likes to fight alot, and everything about her changes; from her clothes to her personality. Rikku now talks louder, unlike FFX, and she sounds like, what, 7-10 years old. Paine... she wasn't in FFX! what does she have to do with anything? Plus, Rikku and Paine have different opinions varying on where you go, and its like two little kids fighting. i was confused if i was going the right way because the background was dark at times, unlike FFX.
FFX-2 rocks...even though this isn't the Int. ver.
Ethanthegamer , GameStop
16 November 2010
Summary: This game is really good, even though i'm stuck in chapter 4 until I get a new disc, overall i'm satisfied enough to suggest Square-Enix to make the Greatest Hits Edition of the game, which comes with the original FFX, artwork, soundtrack CD, and a secondary disc case box featuring 2 more discs, 1. FFX-2 extras disc featuring trailers. 2.
Summary: Introduction: Now we all know that it is not the best Final Fantasy but it is definitely playable based strictly off of story value. This game is said to be one of the first real sequels to any video game ever and it had some good reasons to be. If you are familiar with Final Fantasy X one of the best video games ever, then you can understand why Final Fantasy X-2 was created.
Summary: Needless to say, I had many doubts about this game when I first saw reviews and what they had done to the characters, but I figured I'd at least try it, because, heck, it's from SquareEnix. In any case, I bought the game and It surprised me. It was actually pretty good. Now this doesn't mean that it's entirely perfect, so I'll review by different aspects. Graphics Some say they have improved compared to FFX, though I think there about the same.
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 character Paine. This game, however, is loads of fun! While it's definitely not up to par with previous FF games, it adds that SquareEnix zing to the mission-based RPG.