A celebrated young athlete is drawn from his futuristic hometown and convenient lifestyle to a harsh and techno-phobic land by a mysterious force only known as Sin.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Tidus (voice) (as James Taylor)
... Yuna / Fayth (Anima) (voice)
... Wakka / Kimahri Ronso (voice)
... Lulu (voice)
... Auron (voice)
... Rikku (voice)
... Maester Seymour Guado (voice)
... Jecht (voice)
Andrew Philpot ... Lord Braska (voice) (as Andy Philpot)
... Cid (voice)
... Maester Wen Kinoc / Fayth (Ixion) (voice)
... Luzzu / Barthello / Hypello / Graav (voice)
... Gatta (voice)
... Dona / Lucil / Pacce (voice)
Julia Fletcher ... Elma / Yunalesca (voice)
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Storyline

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 ... Written by Flotis / Agent0042

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The Spiral of Death...


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18 December 2001 (USA)  »

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$33,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Lulu uses dolls as weapons throughout the game. The dolls are based on characters from other games in the Final Fantasy series; Lulu's starting weapon is the only appearance of the regularly featured 'moogle' characters, and her most advanced weapon is a rendition of the interchangeable Onion Knights from Final Fantasy III, which was unreleased in America until 2006. See more »

Goofs

During the Blitzball games, when a player shoots the ball from very close to the goal, often times during the shots of the ball traveling towards the goal, the ball will be traveling from behind the player who shot the ball to begin with. Also if a player passes the ball a second or two before either halftime or the end of the match, the player will be shown throwing the ball, only to have the ball re-appear on the player's hand a second later. See more »

Quotes

Wakka: Those sand-blasted grease monkeys!
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Crazy Credits

After the end credits, a short clip is shown of Tidus waking up underwater and swimming up towards the surface. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (2014) See more »

Soundtracks

The Hymn Of The Fayth
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Music by Nobuo Uematsu
Lyrics by Kazushige Nojima
Arrangement by Masashi Hamauzu
Recording Engineer: Toshiyuki Yoshida
Recording Coordinator: Yuji Saito (IMAGIN)
Boy Soprano: Hideharu Yao (TOKYO FW BOYS CHOIR)
[Choir]
Soprano: Mio Kashiwabara, Risa Nagaoka
Alto: Shiho Adachi, Miki Shindo
Tenor: Takashi Baba, Daisuke Hara
Bass: Hayato Kamie, Toshiya Yabuuchi
Recording Studio: VICTOR studio m302, Sound City 1 studio
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Brilliant work of art
21 December 2003 | by See all my reviews

This game really pulled me in. At first I was like, this is just going to be another video game. But I started identifying with the main character Tidus and his feelings for Yuna. I really liked how this game made me laugh at times and made me emotional at other times.

Final Fantasy X is in my opinion, a brilliant combination of Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, and the Golden Compass trilogy of books. It's like a romance novel for straight men.


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