Final Fantasy X

released on Jul 19, 2001

Final Fantasy X is the tenth main installment in the FF series and the first title released on sixth-generation consoles. It was also the first game to feature fully three-dimensional areas rather than including pre-rendered backdrops, and the first to include voice acting. Final Fantasy X tells the story of a star blitzball player, Tidus, who journeys with a young and beautiful summoner named Yuna on her quest to save the world of Spira from an endless cycle of destruction wrought by the colossal menace Sin.

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This is a silly game with a melodramatic story; not high art or anything, but great fun, with excellent characters and the best iteration of the turn based puzzle battle system. Play on PC with EXP share to limit some time wasting. I've been playing with dual audio, and it's been a great way to revisit the game.

[HD Remaster PS4]
I played FFX twice on PS2 back in the day (PAL version and then the JP International version), but never finished it. I got further than I've ever been before on the HD Remaster, but I hit a wall with the Spectral Keeper boss after the Zanarkand Trials and I drifted away and haven’t been back. I think the setting and the general vibe of the world is excellent, helped by an exceptional soundtrack. I’m a bit gutted I didn’t get to finish the story this time as it’s always hard to return to a story driven game after a long break.

My introduction to Final Fantasy, and still my favorite to this date.

While I know I'm in the minority here, Final Fantasy X is my favorite FF game. This experience exceeds the others for me with a cast of characters I love, turn based combat that never feels repetitive, and a story that really pulls me in. The voice acting isn't great, but the game has so much more to offer. It is a must play for me. Highly recommended.

I love this game but I never realised until this replay just how endlessly filled with cutscenes it is. Not my favourite one to replay, but I stay stanning Maester Seymour.

Super fun combat system, one of the best in the series. Also really love the story, music, characters, etc. Sphere Grid however kinda sucks, Blitzball sucks, and grinding for the best shit in this game feels impossible. Lulu has big bazongos and belts she can whip me with.