Back when I first got a Playstation 2 all my focus was on Kingdom Hearts. It was really the only game that I thought was worthwile, although I did have other games for my PS2. I had loved the different Final Fantasy games for the original Playstation, so it comes as no suprise that I was interested in a game half Final Fantasy half Disney. But Squaresoft did have a pure Final Fantasy game that came out for PS2 and it was so wonderfullly great in so many different ways.
First off, it was the first Final Fantasy game to use actual voice actors and not just text words. That was really cool to me, that adds a depth to the game that no previous Final Fantasy could touch. It would be the groundbreaker for such in Final Fantasy. The story was told from a great perspective too, being that the game had been completed and Tidus, the main character, was telling events from that set point. Some people may not have liked it, but I think it really was a great way to tell the story. This group of folks you use in Final Fantasy X and their story made it one of the best to date. All the characters, Tidus, Yuna, Auron, Wakka, and so on, had to stand up to Sin, an entity that came and destroyed entire worlds if not stopped.
But in order to successfully summon the final summon, the guardian has to sacrafice their life. Tidus has developed feelings for Yuna at that point when he finds out that this is the case, and angrily refuses that this is the way to do things. He and the others would rather do away with sin forever. After some fighting and planning, they eventually end up being absorbed into sin. They defeat Yu Yevon, the spirit that makes Sin keep coming back, and that permenately stops Sin from coming back again. Yuna announces to the world, Spira, that the problems of Sin are finally gone. This is a big deal, for Sin has always caused major problems for the people of Spira. Now they can finally live their lives in peace.
This is easily one of my favorite Final Fantasy games, it's really fun and involving. And the level up system is cool too. This Final Fantasy also started a trend in that you didn't explore the world on a world map, but instead just went to in game places,so to speak. This game also was the first to have a sequel, Final Fantasy X-2. That game wasn't nearly as good as X, but it was still good to me. This game was truly a game changer for Squaresoft.
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