Final Fantasy X was the tenth installment to the Final Fantasy series. It was the first to be released for the Sony Playstation 2 in 2001 and took full advantage of the graphics engine by introducing fully three-dimensional areas. It was the first of the series to utilize voice acting, also introduced a new "Conditional Turn-Based Battle (CTB)" system, and a character leveling system using the Sphere Grid.
The game received pretty positive reviews and was a commercial success (over 7 million copoies sold), although many fans disliked the non-linearity of the game; feeling like there was a forced "path" to take to play the game. This was the first of the series that didn't have Nobuo Uematsu exclusively compose the music. Due to the game's commercial success, Square Enix released the series first direct sequel, Final Fantasy X-2.
The magical world of Spira is under threat from Sin - an evil entity that unleashes havoc, terror and destruction. Join Tidus, a heroic blitzball superstar, and Yuna, a courageous girl skilled in the ancient art of summoning, as they embark on an epic quest to defeat Spira's deadliest enemy... More
Learn more about Final Fantasy X Re-releases.
|Final Fantasy X ||PlayStation 2|
|Final Fantasy X  International||PlayStation 2|
|Final Fantasy X/X-2 Ultimate Box||PlayStation 2|
|Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster||PlayStation 3/Vita|
|Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster||PlayStation 4|
|Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster||Microsoft Windows Steam (PC)|