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Final Fantasy X 10 Sony Game & Sealed for PlayStation 2

Final Fantasy X 10 Sony Game & Sealed for PlayStation 2
alaScore 86

100 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 100 reviews of Final Fantasy X 10 Sony Game & Sealed for PlayStation 2. The average rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Final Fantasy X 10 Sony Game & Sealed for PlayStation 2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Blind Lame Priest (

Final Fantasy X (PS2)


Platform: PS2ESRB: Teen (Blood, Violence)Publisher: Squaresoft (now Square-Enix)Developer: SquaresoftGenre: Role Playing Game (RPG)Final Fantasy X begins in the city of Zanarkand where a blitzball (basically a game of underwater soccer) game is taking...

Jun, 2005

Expert review by : Sterling Sanders (

Final Fantasy X on Playstation 2


Final Fantasy X

In addition to the battle scheme the level-up system has also been refined. You now upgrade your characters through a �eSphere Grid System,�f basically this grid contains every ability you can learn in the game. To acquire the abilities you want, you...

Sep, 2004

Expert review by : Craig "American Idle" Hansen (

Review: Final Fantasy X


It's a quote that's made the rounds in Hollywood for years, being attributed at various times to Cecil B. DeMille, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Michael Bay, just to name a few. The quote seems most apt when applied to movies like “Twister” that...

Best graphics to date on PS2 at time of release ; Appealing cast and epic story ; Great gameplay

Virtually nothing ... it's all great

I usually resist offering up unqualified raves, but when it's earned, it's earned and ultimately Square earns every bit of the 10.0 we're giving it. After enduring 15 months of RPGs ranging from wretched to very, very good, Square finally offers up the...

Aug, 2003

Expert review by : Sophie Cheshire (

Final Fantasy X - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games


Final Fantasy X is the tenth game in Squaresofts long running role playing game series. Over the past ten years the series has evolved across four console formats. NES, Super NES, PlayStation and with this latest installment PlayStation 2. This finally...

Jun, 2003

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Expert review by : John Bowlin (

Final Fantasy X - ps2


FFX is the first game in the series to use voice acting for almost100% of the story text. The voice acting quality is very good toexcellent. Some of the characters' voices are so good, you'll bethinking of them for a long time after you finish the...

Jun, 2002


Expert review by : Andrew Chang (neoseeker)

Final Fantasy X Review


When you’re playing a video game, there’s no bigger complement to pay it than to wish that it was over just so that you could play it all over again. That’s what I felt playing Final Fantasy X. This installment of Square’s flagship series makes good...

Enemy variety is low—I mean really low. I guess this could be justified by one of the side quests you’ll discover later on in the game, but even that serves as a flimsy excuse. Pretty much every region contains the same half dozen to dozen enemy...

Jan, 2002

Expert review by : WooJin Lee (

Final Fantasy X


Woojin Lee The voice acting is a definite change from the other games of the series. The battle system has gone back to the active-wait system rather than full active time battles.

Jul, 2001

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Final Fantasy X


Expert review by : Scott Alan Marriott (

Final Fantasy X [Greatest Hits]


Square's acclaimed role-playing series makes its PlayStation 2 debut with Final Fantasy X. Players assume the role of Tidus, an athletic teenager who witnessed the destruction of his home city by an evil entity named Sin. While his life was spared, Tidus'

Expert review by : Guest Critic (

Final Fantasy X Review Redux


The point in the story about four-fifths of the way through, wherein the characters all abandon their misguided faith and fight for what's right instead

Having to level up for three hours in order to defeat the final boss

So, there are strong goods, and strong bads, and my enjoyment of FFX during the last few weeks depended on precisely which of the two categories I was exposed to at any given time. My opinions were flip-flopping all over the place, but, in the end, I...