There’s a challenge in Final Fantasy X (and an achievenemt in FFXHD) that tests the player’s ability to dodge lightning. It’s really hard for humans, but luckily, humans can build robots to help.
OK, so almost everyone in Final Fantasy dresses terribly, but Nick Wanserski at AV Club makes a pretty strong case for Tidus being the absolute worst. Why? The wallet chain is not helping.
Square Enix have announced that the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD remasters for the PS4 will be out on May 12.
According to video games, the only thing I'm interested in—when I'm not being lazy—is sunshine, fun and carefree living. In the world of video games, this is the stereotypical Caribbean person.
With Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Square Enix has closed the Final Fantasy XIII chapter and is moving on. Just kidding, of course it isn't. Hope you like reading and words and stuff!
With a little redesign, Final Fantasy characters would make pretty cool Pokémon trainers. You just have to find the matching Pokémon for them. Artist Andrew Ryan did just that. Gotta love Barrett with his Pokéball launcher arm.
Recreating Sin—the whale-like gargantuan final boss of Final Fantasy X—in Minecraft was probably a bit harder than usual since you can't really build it pixel by pixel. Still, Pero's piece looks awesome, just like the original from the PS2 game.
The gaming industry is constantly full of rumors. More so in April where you have the gullible falling for all the crazy April Fools pranks that pop up.
I owe a lot to Final Fantasy X.
I have spent ~20 hours playing the HD remake of Final Fantasy X—out today for PS3 and Vita. In short, it's wonderful. Play it.
HD visuals, new dress-spheres, a crazy new tower dungeon in which every action is turn-based... these are the new features in the upcoming remakes of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, which are out on March 18 for PS3 and Vita.
No Final Fantasy X-3 on the way: In an interview with sgcafe.com, Square Enix game producer Shinji Hashimoto confirmed that the 30-minute audio drama included with the HD re-release of FFX and X-2 was merely a story to further expand the game's universe, and that Square Enix has no plans to develop a FFX-3.
Happy Valentine's Day Week—here is a beautiful new romantic trailer for Final Fantasy X, a video game about an athlete's illicit love affair with a woman who's just trying to save the world. The HD remakes of FFX/FFX-2 are out on PS3 and Vita next month.
This March will see the re-release of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 remastered in HD. But as this collection has already come out in Japan, I am here to tell you why you should be excited to get your hands on it.
Late last month, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster was released on the PS3 and Vita in Japan and I have been dying to play it—not the remastered FFX, but the remastered FFX-2. But, to understand why Final Fantasy X-2 holds such a place in my heart, you need to know why I play video games.
In addition to its massive graphical upgrade, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is filled with bosses, dungeons, and side quests never before seen outside of Japan. But there is one thing included that is completely new: a thirty-minute audio drama that has me hoping for Final Fantasy X-3.
While the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster won’t be out in the West until March, it hit Japanese shelves last month. So join me as I dust off my old PS2 and compare just how much better Final Fantasy X looks on the PS3 with its new HD coat of paint.
"I would personally like to see a sequel like [Final Fantasy X-3.] If there's enough demand, then we may possibly see new developments." Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts writer Kazushige Nojima, discussing a potential sequel to Final Fantasy X and X-2 in the new HD Remaster's Ultimania guidebook.