FINAL FANTASY®X-2 marks the first sequel in the famed series, which has sold over 44 million units worldwide. FINAL FANTASY X released in 2002 was a mega hit with sales topping 5 million and garnered numerous awards, winning gamers and media over with its gripping story, stunning graphics and stirring music. In January 2002, FINAL FANTASY X INTERNATIONAL, an enhanced version of the North America version was released in Japan. This adaptation incorporated several new features as well as a bonus DVD. The bonus disc featured a music video for the theme song, interviews with the voice cast from both the English and Japanese versions, a collection of promotional movies, previews of upcoming titles and a new scene. The 12-minute story titled "The Eternal Calm" left fans yearning for a continuation of the story. Responding to the pleas of fans, the story has been continued in FINAL FANTASY X-2.
- First true sequel to the renowned FINAL FANTASY series.
- First mission based FINAL FANTASY allowing for non-linear gameplay.
- Playable characters are female, including the introduction of a new main character.
- A variety of new and unique job classes such as "Gunner", "Lady Luck", "Berserker" and the atypical "Songstress" have been incorporated into FINAL FANTASY X-2.
- For the first time in FINAL FANTASY, characters can switch job classes in the heat of battle utilizing the newly created "Garment Grid".
- Stunning transformation sequences, rivaling the summoning of aeons in FINAL FANTASY X.
- A return to Active Time Battle (ATB) speeding up the pace of battles.
- More dynamic movements in battle previously unseen in FINAL FANTASY titles.
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