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Final Fantasy X-2 (2003)

Fainaru fantajî X-2 (original title)
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Convinced that Tidus is still alive, Yuna embarks on a quest to find him.

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Motomu Toriyama

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Kazushige Nojima (scenario), Kazushige Nojima | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Hedy Burress ... Yuna (voice)
Tara Strong ... Rikku (voice)
Gwendoline Yeo ... Paine (voice)
George Newbern ... Meyvn Nooj (voice)
Joshua Gomez ... Baralai (voice) (as Josh Gomez)
Rick Gomez ... Gippal (voice)
David Rasner David Rasner ... Brother / Trema (voice)
Ogie Banks ... Buddy (voice) (as Ogie Banks III)
Pamela Adlon ... Shinra (voice)
John DeMita ... Barkeep / Hypello / Barthello (voice)
Masasa Moyo Masasa Moyo ... Leblanc (voice) (as Masasa)
Sarge Sarge ... Ormi (voice)
S. Scott Bullock S. Scott Bullock ... Logos (voice) (as Scott Bullock)
John DiMaggio ... Wakka / Kimahri Ronso (voice)
Paula Tiso ... Lulu (voice)
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Storyline

For 1000 years, the world of Spira was held in the grip of terror as the great monster Sin punished its Citizens for using the forbidden machina (machines) in the great machina wars. To combat Sin, powerful summoners would make a pilgrimage to Zanarkand, the ruins of what was once the greatest city in Spira. Able to call and control the devastating manifestations of the Fayth, holy souls imprisoned in statues by ancient Yevon rites, aeon's, into battle. These summoners would sacrifice their lives and the life of a chosen guardian of the summoner to defeat Sin for a temporary period of time called "The Calm". Unfortunately, The Calm would end and Sin would eventually return, forcing a new summoner and his or her guardian to forfeit their lives to bring peace to Spira once again. This cycle of life and death continued in Spira for untold generations, until one summoner stood against the teachings of Yevon and sought a new mean by which to defeat Sin -- permanently. That summoner's name ... Written by Hariharan

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Last time she saved the world. This time it's personal.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

18 November 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Final Fantasy 10-2 See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Square Enix Company See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (cutscenes)| Dolby (gameplay scenes)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

This is a Sequel to Final Fantasy X. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Rikku: Y... R... P... in position. It's showtime, girls.
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Based on the player's actions during the game and their story completion rate, one of two bonus endings may be shown after the ending credits. See more »

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Follows Final Fantasy: Unlimited (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

1000 Words
(English version)
Vocalist: Jade Villalon (as Jade from SWEETBOX)
Composer & Arrangers: Takahito Eguchi, Noriko Matsueda
Lyricist: Kazushige Nojima
English Adaptation: Brian Gray
Vocal Recording Engineer: Geo
Artist Management: Heiko Schmidt (Paramedia GmbH), Heiko Grupe(Paramedia GmbH)
Piano: Yasuharu Nakanishi
Guitar: Koji Masuzaki
Strings: Masatsugu Shinzaki Group
Recording & Mixing Engineer: Toshiyuki Yoshida
Assistant Engineer: Atsushi Yamamoto (Hitokuchi-zaka Studio A&V)
Recording Studio: Hitokuchi-zaka Studio A&V
Mixing Studio: Sound Inn Studio
Licensed From: rhythm zone/AVEX Inc.
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A fun game, but on the whole didn't fit the tune of a FF game and could've been better...
22 July 2006 | by pinkpowerSee all my reviews

Final Fantasy X-2 had been a game Id been looking forward to for a long time- the end result was hardly what I had been expecting. After the magic of X, I expected some of that magic recreated in X-2. Although the music was beautiful ("Yuna's Ballad" and "Kimi He", which was featured in the Internation version, were amazing for me), the graphics fantastic, and the battle system made effective and efficient by allowing every one of the characters to be of use in battle, I was a bit (okay...REALLY) turned off by Yuna's and Rikku's clothes and most of the game dialog (although some of the lines were hilarious). Simply put, it didn't feel like a Final Fantasy game to me, more like a "Charles Angels" sequel set in Spira and staring Yuna, Rikku, and Paine. The English cover of "1000 Words", sung by Jade from Sweetbox, was a disappointment to me. I felt Jade really killed most, if not all, of the song, and would've preferred that the original Japanese version by Koda Kumi be used instead. On the whole, Final Fantasy X2 delivered good music, great graphics, an awesome battle system, and was actually a fun game to play- but all the while it just did not feel like a Final Fantasy game, and could've been much better.


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