Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster [English]
Special price: US$ 25.99*
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Final Fantasy X-2 is the first direct sequel, in video game format, for the franchise and continues all the elements that we have grown to love as FF-gamers. The story trails Yuna, a character from Final Fantasy X, as she tries to resolve the political conflicts that could lead to a Spira-destroying war! Although the title only features 3 playable characters, it is the first instance of an all-female cast and early access to many of the game's locations. With gameplay variations on the class system and multiple endings to the story, Final Fantasy X-2 is a brilliant installment to remaster.
- This PS Vita game is not compatiblewiththe PS Vita TV system.
- Voice: English
- Subtitles: English
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|Original Name||太空戰士 X-2 (高清英文版)|
|Official Release Date||Mar 19, 2014|
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It was a disappointment to see that the FFX/X2 remaster for Vita only included a download code for X2, so it's good to be able to have the Asian copy instead. The game includes English texts so it is a perfect substitute.
As a continuation of the Final Fantasy X storyline, it does some questionable things which I will not spoil. At best, it's a serviceable new tale with Yuna and co. and at worst, it's an unnecessary sequel. Don't let that stop you from playing it though, as the gameplay is phenomenal and there's much fun to be had here.
Also, this is the only physical version of the game for English speakers; the European and North American versions of the X/X-2 HD Collections included a voucher. This here version is fully in English and physical, and at a good price.
As a continuation it does not contribute much, it does not have a fascinating story that encourages us to want to know what happened after FFX, musically low, technologically it is much more worked Port of FF X and playable does not bring anything that we have not seen and the changes are , but they are inconsequential. Only meets the duration, which is something more than an expansion customary. I do not enter to value the carefree airs and J-Pop that takes the game, since it is question of likes, but the own creators of the game say that they wanted to please their feminine public, so this serves as warning for navigators.
If you are a staunch fan of the saga or you hate it, you will have decided long ago whether to buy it or not, but if you are someone that FFX simply liked or even caused a certain tedium be careful and take into account what you are adventuring, because you would like it
A very interesting change in pace, but fun nonetheless.
I mainly purchased this to fill out my physical game collection, Since the Final Fantasy x games take up almost 7 gigabytes on the vita, so having them on cartridge saves space and gives a bit of pride when it comes to the collection. Now to hope I manage to get my hands on the first one physically aswell, until then I will continue my adventure through Spira digitally!
Despite what this description says this game does indeed play on Playstation TV/Vita TV. I was also able to verify that the game's cross-save does transfer successfully to the US PS3 game.
For those who want an English speaking physical game cart for the Vita, this is the one you want to get.
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