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Final Fantasy X-2

Taking place two years after Yuna's fateful journey to defeat Sin, the once chaotic world of Spira has gone through a massive transformation, entering a period of "Eternal Calm". The people of Spira now shun the teachings of Yevon and have opened their arms to former foes, the Al Bhed and the use of machina. It is a time of the "Machina Revolution" where people now believe that machina is useful and beneficial, as long as it is used properly. However, even with the peaceful life they now lived, there is emptiness in Yuna's heart that is keeping her from moving on as the others have.

One day, Yuna obtains a mystical sphere that contains imagery of what might be the Blitzball player she thought was gone forever. Although Yuna isn't certain that it is him or if he is even alive, she's driven to seek him out. Yuna needs closure to their unexpected parting, even if only to find that she will never see him again. So begins her journey, this is Yuna's story.

  • First true sequel to the renowned FINAL FANTASY series.
  • Story focuses on an all-female cast, including the introduction of a new main character.
  • A variety of new and unique job classes such as "Gunner", "Mascot", "Gambler" and the atypical "Pop Star" can be accessed utilizing the "Job Wheel" system, seen previously in FINAL FANTASY TACTICS.
  • For the first time in FINAL FANTASY, characters can switch job classes during battle using the Sphere plate.
  • Stunning transformation sequences, rivaling those found in FINAL FANTASY X.
  • Renovated world map and airship, simplifying travel.
  • A return to "Active Mode" which speeds up the pace of battles.
  • More dynamic movements in battle previously unseen in FINAL FANTASY titles.

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Alternative Titles
ファイナルファンタジーX-2
Platform
PlayStation 2
Developer(s)
Square Product Development Division 1
Publishers(s)
Square Enix
Genres(s)
RPG
NA Release Date
November 18, 2003
JP Release Date
March 13, 2003
EU Release Date
February 20, 2004
AUS Release Date
February 19, 2004
ESRB Rating
Teen
PEGI Rating
PEGI 12
CERO Rating
CERO B
ACB Rating
M
MVGL User Score
6.4 by 1083 user(s)
MVGL Difficulty
1.0000
Composer(s)
Noriko Matsueda, Takahito Eguchi
Website
Official Website
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1575 User(s)

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