Summary: This is going to be a long review but this is a very in debth review. Story: It has been 2 years sense Sin has been rid of. Now 19 Yuna once the summoner now is a Sphere hunter ( they look around Spira looking for movies spheres telling about Spira's past ) She is looking for HIM ( Tidus, whos name is not memtioned but he is called him ) While looking for him, Yuna finds a mysrty about a man and machina.
Summary: I am a big fan of final fantasy and I love FFX. So after the ending of FFX I knew that wasn't it. It couldn't be. Then This game came out and all my dreams came true. First off let me tell you that all the other reviews say that Yuna "Gave Up" on her summoning. She didn't give up you idiots she can't be a summoner anymore because all of the faiyth are gone. Any hardcore fan of FFX would know that.
Summary: Okay, when I first saw the game, I thought my brothers were just experienting a girl game to check out there bod, or judge their looks, but I found out, "Hey, this isn't so bad." I know a lot of people think it's stupid, and yeah, I understand why many of you think it's just another Charlies Angel thing, but it's not. I hate that people assume things before even trying it out. FFX2 is one of the best games I've ever played.
Summary: I have to admit that when I first heard that Square was going to make a sequel to one of it's FF games that I was a little skeptical. I had even more doubts when I found out that Tidus was absent from the game and Yuna had taken over as the main character. I bought the game anyway and decided to give it a chance. Here's what I thought: This game ties in so much with the origanal FFX.
Summary: I had my doubts about Final Fantasy X-2 when I first saw it was being released. Final Fantasy X had created some wonderful and memorable characters and now here were two of them dressed in practically nothing, as they travelled around Spira looking for spheres. But I decided to give the game a try. It turns out that X-2 is a wonderful game that stays true to the characters and the world of Final Fantasy X.
*~*Now, I Know That FFX-2 Is the Only Way My Heart Can Go*~*
16 January 2004
Summary: I have been a longtime PlayStation and PlayStation2 gamer and so far, this has to be the best game I've come across. The main character, Yuna, has ended her days as a High Summoner and has become a sphere hunter--someone who searches for these spheres that hold holographic images and could possibly open the door to Spira's mysterious past. Her bubbly and cheerful cousin, Rikku, ventures along with her. As does a fellow sphere hunter, Paine, who has an unexplained past.
Awesome Battles, Storylines and Graphics Make for Great Game
George Buttner "Agent0042", Amazon
5 December 2003
Summary: Final Fantasy X-2 is a truly magnificent sequel to a great game. One thing you'll immediately find an enjoy is the mobility you have in the game. Whereas many felt that the original Final Fantasy X was painfully linear, Final Fantasy X-2 provides you with numerous opportunities for sidequests and minigames at every point throughout the story.
Summary: I decided to wait a bit before reviewing this game For one thing, when reflecting on a game right after 80 hours of concentrated play, it is often the faults that stay in mind rather than the excellences. This is simply because any concentrated effort to play 'all' of an RPG that is so large it is almost unwieldy surfaces all the little irritating quirks that almost have to be there in a game of that genre.
Summary: Final Fantasy X-2 is a brand new world in the beloved series. While it is based on, and set in, FFX's world of Spira and containing the core characters of Yuna & Rikku, and a plethora of the supporting characters seen previously, it as much different as it is similar. Some 2 years have passed since Yuna, Wakka, Sir Auron, Rikku, Kimahri & our lost dream (and Yuna's love,) Tidus defeated Sin to bring the eternal calm.