Convinced that Tidus is still alive, Yuna embarks on a quest to find him.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Yuna (voice)
Rikku (voice)
Paine (voice)
Meyvn Nooj (voice)
Baralai (voice) (as Josh Gomez)
Gippal (voice)
David Rasner ...
Brother / Trema (voice)
Buddy (voice) (as Ogie Banks III)
Shinra (voice)
Barkeep / Hypello / Barthello (voice)
Masasa Moyo ...
Leblanc (voice) (as Masasa)
Sarge ...
Ormi (voice)
S. Scott Bullock ...
Logos (voice) (as Scott Bullock)
Wakka / Kimahri Ronso (voice)
Lulu (voice)


For 1000 years, the world of Spira was held in the grip of terror as the great monster Sin punished its Citizens for using the forbidden machina (machines) in the great machina wars. To combat Sin, powerful summoners would make a pilgrimage to Zanarkand, the ruins of what was once the greatest city in Spira. Able to call and control the devastating manifestations of the Fayth, holy souls imprisoned in statues by ancient Yevon rites, aeon's, into battle. These summoners would sacrifice their lives and the life of a chosen guardian of the summoner to defeat Sin for a temporary period of time called "The Calm". Unfortunately, The Calm would end and Sin would eventually return, forcing a new summoner and his or her guardian to forfeit their lives to bring peace to Spira once again. This cycle of life and death continued in Spira for untold generations, until one summoner stood against the teachings of Yevon and sought a new mean by which to defeat Sin -- permanently. That summoner's name ... Written by Hariharan

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Last time she saved the world. This time it's personal.


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Release Date:

18 November 2003 (USA)  »

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Final Fantasy 10-2  »

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Paine was supposed to have a snake as her animal in the Trainer dressphere. It was changed to a bird because it would be too hard for the developers to animate a snake. See more »


[first lines]
Rikku: Y... R... P... in position. It's showtime, girls.
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Based on the player's actions during the game and their story completion rate, one of two bonus endings may be shown after the ending credits. See more »


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1000 Words Orchestra Version
(English version)
Vocalist: Jade Villalon (as Jade from SWEETBOX)
Composer & Arrangers: Takahito Eguchi, Noriko Matsueda
Lyricist: Kazushige Nojima
English Adaptation: Brian Gray
Arrangement & Orchestration Coordinator: Takahito Eguchi
Vocal Recording Engineer: Geo
Artist Management: Heiko Schmidt (Paramedia GmbH), Heiko Grupe(Paramedia GmbH)
Strings: Masatsugu Shinozaki Group
Piano: Yasuharu Nakanishi
Harp: Tomoyuki Asakawa
Recording Engineer: Koji Hajima (as Koji Haijima)
Recording & Mixing Engineer: Toshiyuki Yoshida
Assistant Engineer: Kazunori Yoshida (Sound City)
Recording Studio: Sound City
Mixing Studio: Sound Inn Studio
Licensed From: rhythm zone/AVEX Inc.
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Sorely underrated, and devilishly entertaining
28 June 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Many people see the title as overly "loose"; the story, the gameplay, the girls.

Many people forget that aside from the fact that we have now crossed the border from interactive entertainment into artistic beauty, many gamers still have one integral requisite for any entry to their video game collection; FUN.

This game is light-hearted, following the events in a world torn apart by a 1000-year war, and the events of a very depressing game in said world.

The main character, once a girl-next-door type, full of excitement and curiosity has broken her shell of naivety and humility to broaden her horizons and look for a lost-love.

Alongside her spunky cousin and a not-so-familiar denizen of Spira, Yuna watches as a plot of love and betrayal unfolds amidst her journey across many familiar towns to reunite with many familiar faces.

The girls are three fun-loving, yet scantily clad - and with good reason - females who hunt for spheres containing video snippets of long-lost Spiraian history throughout the mostly-tropical world -hence the title of "Sphere Hunters", and hence the bikinis.

The game is a dramatic change of venue from the previous title, and not unreasonably so. Along with the removal of a plot-heavy story, yet still set in the same world, a complete reversal of mood is not an unwelcome change, as it is accompanied by myriads of non-pertinent games, missions, and enemies that await those who wish to explore, and a surprisingly cohesive plot awaits those who don't necessarily want to wait, but rush right to the end.

This game was made for everyone, and at the same time, nobody in particular. It is right in some senses to say that this game is hit-or-miss for various gaming audiences, but a strong sense of planning and effort went into this game in the graphics, the music ( be they the cheesy, 70's bucka-bucka-wow tracks, or the beautifully orchestrated tracks sung by a particular main character ), the story, the unbelievably fun and compelling battle system, or the dozens of optional quests that will keep you occupied for hours.

All in all, this is a great game, because that is exactly what it is; a game, and the only thing a game needs in order to be called such is one element; fun.

And trust me, this title is packed with it.

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