Summary: IF you played any of the original games and loved them, you will hate this. Very few games get turned off in the first 5 minutes of play. But when a fighting sequence involves putting on a new outfit and out dancing your competition... its time to hang up the series. Such a disappointment and an insult to REAL fans of RPGs. Not even good for a laugh.
Summary: I like this game well because if you physically disabled you can still play even this type Game Station (aka) any game set plug into a TV and not a pc,No need to be lift out when you can play with the best of them!!.
Summary: This game is worthy of the final fantasy name but had a few problems. This game is built more around mini games and side quests then a full story line. The mini and side quests however do work with the story line to complete the game. But ur not really working to finish this game, ur merely tring to achive 100% of this game to get a full ending. U should/will need a stratagy guide to get 100% because it is very easy to miss percentages of the game.
Summary: This game spends little time on the storyline, but who cares?! The story is fantastic, and so are the nearly endless sidequests and goals to set for yourself! This game is for those who want a quick playthrough OR a long quest - sidequests are optional (but worthwhile). Keep your ears open for the vast amount of hilarious quips the characters offer during battle!
Summary: It was a great game but there was one thing ididnt like about it and it wasnt about the only girls sequence it was just to eazy!!!!!!!!!! im not dissing it or any thing but i was used to hard Final Fantasy games like 8 it was hard it took me a month to beat and 10-2 only took me two weeks to beat if any one agres with me email me at email@example.com.
Summary: It's about time that they made a final fantasy with an all female party. The story line of this game is phenomenal and the graphics are just out of this world! The game starts off in Spira two years after sin was defeated. Yuna (from Final fantasy X) is searching for Tidus because Kimahri found a sphere of him on the mountains of Gagazette. She is joined by her cousin Rikku, and Paine a mysterious warrior with a troubled past.
Summary: I've only played a demo of this game, and the actual game itself at the local(-ish, it's in a city close to this town) EB-Games. But it doesn't seem too much like an RPG, and I hate to say it, but a disgrace to the "Final Fantasy" name. I can't believe Square-Enix would produce a game of this type, and slap the 'Final Fantasy' logo on it. Lately Squeenix has been making non-RPGish games, such as FFX-2, and Final Fantasy XI Online.
Summary: FFX-2 has its shortcomings, it's true. From the beginning, it comes across as a bad Charlie's Angels parody. It is. But then again, it has its serious side. For those who are true to the final fantasy motif, this game may not be for you. But for those who love all things Final Fantasy, give it a chance. The game is made up almost entirely of sidequests, with a small serial storyline to follow to get to the end.
Summary: With the character designs and world staying relatively the same, Square Enix has done an amazing job of turning X-2 into a game of it's own. The music is not Nobuo Uematsuo, the lead FF composer in all FF games, which is where this game severly lacks, there really are only two or three good songs, and the rest are just terrible.
Summary: The graphics are amazing. Its like their real people. You can play this game over and over and still find new mini games. In order to play all the mini games I would recommend a walkthrough because you could easily miss some of them. At first I found the battle system a little hard to handle, its a timed battle system, but once I used it more and more I became familiar with it and now iam a pro :) They characters are the best Rikku and Yuna add the fun to the game and...