Summary: Story: 2/10 - Extremely predictable and ridiculous story with characters you'll hate. Tidus is easily the worst Final Fantasy protagonist ever. Gameplay: 7/10 - Ditches the active time battle system and goes back to the original RPG battle style. This isn't a bad thing. However, there's so much stopping with plot progression and the fun battles so that the characters can just talk about stuff you don't care about.
Summary: Great game! I highly recommend this game,good story line very easy to follow. The graphics were okay too, considering it's an oldish game. Would have given it 4 and a half stars but couldn't figure out how to do that!
Summary: I really like this game and in my opinion it's the last great final fantasy title everything after it sucks and that's the general consensus of most ff fans and there is a reason for it. This game had a great story line with lot's of twists and a great battle system and i liked most of the characters the only main character i didn't like was wakka i found him to be pretty annoying most of the time and sure tidus can be annoying as well but oddly i kind of like him he's...
Summary: Final Fantasy X has some of the best RPG gameplay, great graphics (for a 2001 game), and an awesome soundtrack. However, the story and characters are just terrible. Tidus and Wakka are annoying as f***, and Seymour is just a lame and hilariously-designed villain. Auron is probably the only character in this game that I can stand. The voice acting is pretty bad too but a few of the voice actors can get it right.
Summary: I don't know how many times I watched my cousin play this as a kid, but now that I can play it myself, I figured out why he was so addicted! Ended up having to order a copy for him too... This game has wonderfully unique characters and storyline (like all FF) and has a magic all of it's own! Came really fast too.
Summary: Final Fantasy X was the game that began the next generation of presentation, production vales, and especially upgraded the content of the Final Fantasy Series. For the first time in a Final Fantasy game, FFX showed the world what the PS2 could accomplish with its vast resources of processor power.
First in the Final Fantasy series on PS2... SUCCESS.
Selina Lee "S.L.", amazon.ca
11 September 2008
Summary: Square Enix continues to awe us with their movie-worthy plotlines, stunning visuals and realistic characters. The first of the series to be released on PS2, it's no surprise that Final Fantasy X became such a popular hit. With a better platform system than the Playstation, the gamemakers were able to go further with their signature photo-realistic CGIs. The cutscenes were breathtakingly beautiful, and even the gameplay graphics weren't too shabby.