|Final Fantasy X-2|
|Publisher(s):||JP Square |
NA Square Enix USA, Inc.
INT Square Enix
EU Square Enix Europe
|Release date(s):||JP March 13, 2003 |
NA November 18, 2003
INT February 19, 2004
EU February 20, 2004
|Producer:||Yoshinori Kitase, |
Hironobu Sakaguchi (Executive)
|Scenario writer:||Kazushige Nojima, |
|Character designer:||Tetsuya Nomura|
|Composer(s):||Noriko Matsueda, |
Final Fantasy X-2 is a console role-playing game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game console. It was released in 2003 and is the sequel to the best-selling 2001 game Final Fantasy X. The game's story follows the character Yuna from Final Fantasy X as she seeks to resolve political conflicts in the fictional world of Spira before they lead to war.
Final Fantasy X-2 set several precedents in the Final Fantasy video game series aside from being the first direct sequel in video game form and the second sequel in the franchise, after the anime Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals. It was the first game in the series to feature only three playable characters, an all-female main cast, and early access to most of the game's locations. Additionally, it featured a variation of the character classes system — one of the series' classic gameplay concepts — and is one of the few games in the series to feature multiple endings.