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Another road taken for both Square and Final Fantasy X's summoner heroine. The first-ever direct sequel to a Final Fantasy game features a reinvented Yuna, sporting sassy attire and packing heat, far removed from her summoner days. Two years after the defeat of Sin, machina has diffused throughout Spira and Yuna embarks on another adventure, but with two seemingly familiar female companions...
BlogIt occured to me a few days ago that I have far too many unfinished or even unplayed games. Yet despite these I have continued to purchase more? Why? This blog post will be a confession of the horrible atrocities I have committed.
Square Enix recently announced the creation of its own Japanese budget series, called "Ultimate Hits", which will feature the re-release of some the Playstation 2 best-sellers, including Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2, Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Final Mix, and a fantastic boxed set of the former two titles. Individually priced at 2,800 yen ($25.25 USD), the line will be available come September 8th.
Last Thursday, as Rachel sadly failed to report, marked the release of Final Fantasy X-2 in Europe and the subsequent release of the reported pseudo FFX-3, which has now been said to feature over 20 hours of additional gameplay and sold 128k copies over the weekend.
Motomu Toriyama and Takayoshi Nakazato of the Final Fantasy X-2 International+Last Mission development team, who recently completed the title that launches in Japan and Europe next month, told Famitsu that the game's Last Mission section is equivalent to what a hypothetical X-3 would be. They also said not to expect a X-4. Whether the company will pull a Nullsoft and release Final Fantasy X-5 out of the blue is unknown.1
On January 20th, Square Enix announced that since it's North American release in the fall, FFX-2 has sold over 1 million copies. Worldwide, over 6.6 million copies have been sold, and this is before it's Europe release. Between the two, both FFX and FFX-2 have sold more than 10 million copies worldwide. Together they account for 20% of the entire series' sales, making them the most successful titles in the franchise, in terms of sales.1