If you haven't got a chance to play this series of Final Fantasy, I highly recommend so. Both games offer different stories and game play itself. With the remastered graphics and music, it's a great adventure to embark on!
Arrives by Thursday, Dec 12
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|Video Game Collection|
Final Fantasy X
Strategy & Role-Playing
X/X-2 HD Remaster
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
6.75 x 5.56 x 0.50 Inches
Final Fantasy X is my favorite game out of the Final Fantasy franchise. Even though I love this game, I do hate a couple of its features. For instance, one, there is only a small map displayed onscreen that cannot be enlarged or seen in a separate screen. This can make it difficult sometimes to see what is ahead of your characters. And two, the camera cannot be maneuvered at a 360 degree view like other Final Fantasy games. There is no control for the camera; it is set in one position. This can be frustrating when you want to see what is around the characters when looking for things that can be missed. Other features include, a battle system that is turn based, in other words, if you need to stop playing to do something while you are battling something, you can leave the game in mid-battle without pausing. To become stronger, the characters do not level up like earlier games do, but instead use a sphere grid to gain abilities and stats. In the remake version you are given two choices of sphere grids. The remake for the PS4 has the best graphics for details. I never noticed how detailed Mushroom rock road was until the PS4 version. Final Fantasy X is an RGB (role playing game) and its storyline is emotional for those who become involved with the characters. Titus, the star Blitz ball player of the Zandarkand Abes, is suddenly thrust into Spira, a world a thousand years in the future of his own world. Because of Sin, the people here live without technology to atone for their sins in the hope that one day; it will stop Sin, the main protagonist, from returning and destroying everything. Soon after Titus's arrival on Besaid Island, he meets and befriends Wakka and becomes a guardian to Yuna, a summoner, as she sets off on her pilgrimage to defeat Sin, the protagonist of the game. On this journey, their beliefs will be ripped out from under there feet and they have to adjust to a new way of thinking and finding a plan to defeat Sin. I usually cry at the end of this game when I play it because I have the tendency to get involved with my game or book characters.