Tidus is a star athlete in his city. He is famous, has all the ladies, and simply loves his life. However, one day, his city is attacked by a mysterious evil, and an old family friend shows up, initiating his quest. He is magically taken to the world of Spira, where that evil, known as Sin, ravages the planet and its people with death and destruction. Sin is a punishment for the world's crimes, however, Tidus has been chosen to stop it. He meets up with Lady Yuna, a summoner (and daughter of a high summoner). Summoners can call the power of the fayth; aeons. Aeons are mighty and mystical creatures. Yuna quests for the Final Aeon: the one power that can slay Sin. Tidus joins as one of Yuna's many guardians, and travels with her to obtain the Final Aeon. However, the quest goes much deeper when high-ranking religious leaders betray the teachings of Yevon, the celestial overlord of Spira, and Yevon himself condones it. Tidus battles with his past and his true self while trying to sort ...
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The Spiral of Death...
18 December 2001 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?
This is the first Final Fantasy game to introduce the sphere grid leveling system where a player has to pull up the menu and go to the Sphere Grid where a player can manually level grind for stats bonuses, magic spells and command abilities. This concept would later be used in Final Fantasy XIII which is called Crystarium system where the player also manually level grinds for status bonuses and magic spells. See more
During cut scenes in the game, the characters' weapons keep alternating between the ones they have equipped and their default weapons (e.g. Tidus's "Brotherhood" sword). See more
[sometimes when fighting a Tonberry
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After the end credits, a short clip is shown of Tidus waking up underwater and swimming up towards the surface. See more
An International version of the game is available in Japan, with English voice acting subtitled in Japanese, and an alternate Sphere Grid. (This is standard for Final Fantasy games since Final Fantasy VII.) The international version was also released in the Euorpean and Australian market albeit with English subtitles instead of Japanese. The game was originally planned to make use of the hard drive and broadband adapter accessories for the Playstation 2, but these features were scrapped due to delays in the production of those peripherals. See more
Referenced in Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix
Suteki Da Ne
(Isn't It Wonderful?)
(C)2001 Square Sounds Co. Ltd.
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Vocals by RIKKI
Music by Nobuo Uematsu
Lyrics by Kazushige Nojima
Arrangement by Shiroh Hamaguchi
Acoustic Guitar: Takahiko Ishikawa
Electric Bass: Naoki Watanabe
Drums: Eiji Shimamura
Violin Solo: Keisuke Ohta
Strings: Takashi Kato's Group
Artist Manager: Yukari Ohashi (office RIKKI)
Recording Engineer: Toshiyuki Yoshida
Recording Coordinator: Yuji Saito
Recording Studio: Soudn City 1 studio, VICTOR studio 303 See more