This game is awesome, dont pay attention to the fact that you are all girls because if you do it will shy you away from a great game from a great company plus this is a sequel to final fantasy x, there are different endings and events that can be unlocked and you can pretty much go anywhere you want with totally following the story line which is awesome, battling in this game is similar to Final Fantasy 13 which is out now for the 360 and ps3, i look back at this game and i think FF13 is a upgrade battle system originally coming from this game FFx-2 so if you haven't played this one ya gotta play it to see where FF13 got the battle system
gamers (70%) found this review helpful
Final Fantasy Barbie. This game was definitely meant for girls. I really liked the idea of the dress sphere/garment grid system. It was kind of like having materia you could switch around at will during the battle. I thought some of the mini games were tedious and very difficult but I really enjoyed the story. All in all, a pretty good game.
gamers (64%) found this review helpful
As much as I liked FFX, I cannot recommend buying this title. Renting? Okay. This is not horrible by any means, but to follow up the first Final Fantasy game on the PS2, Final Fantasy X-2 falls short of its goal.
Instead of weapons to increase strength, you obtain dresspheres. Each one has a different ability, including singing. It is definitely different, but it felt more like a mature female RPG rather than a sequel to the popular original.
The main story still holds strong with Yuna searching for Tidus and familiar characters, such as Wakka, make their cameo appearance.
If you want to see how the story ends, rent this game, but due to game play and new features, I would not recommend purchasing this game.