Posts Tagged ‘Final Fantasy X’

by Keith Crandell Jr.

*Editor’s Note: This review covers Dissidia and Dissidia 012*

Dissidia’s initial selling point was the conflict between ten heroes and villains from the numbered installments.

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Final Fantasy Week (really, Month at this point) continues with the crew’s article on their favorite Final Fantasy Characters! Instead of the usual (again, no love for Cloud) picks, we have an interesting round up!

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by John Groom

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Tidus, the game’s main character

Zanarkand, a world of technological heights and excessive materialism like no other. Spira, a world with little care for materialism and has little technology in existence. In the world of Final Fantasy X, these two worlds are one in the same. Final Fantasy X begins like no other Final Fantasy game; with a head banging hit written by none other than Nobuo Uematsu himself. From there, the game only improves.

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A creative Blitzball commentary by John Groom

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In this year’s Blitzball tournament we had a stunning performance put on by the Luca Goers and the Besaid Aurochs in the finals. Yes, this year the Besaid Aurochs had their first winning season in over ten years and they took the cup for the first time ever. Led by team captain Wakka in the first round, the team defeated the Al Bhed Psyches easily. They won 2-0 in the end, despite a nasty trick pulled by the Psyches. They captured Lady Yuna, a summoner from Besaid and used her as blackmail for the surrender of the match. Through this though, the Aurochs continued playing and her Guardians were able to save her, clinching the match for the Aurochs.

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By Alex Schmitz 

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Final Fantasy is one of the most historic and well known series in gaming. It has been innovative not only in game play and storytelling, but also in gaming soundtracks. The legendary composer for most of the series, Nobuo Uematsu, has performed this music in orchestras around the world. I will be highlighting two great tracks from each numbered game in the series to show the breadth of the series’ musical accomplishments.

(Editor’s Note:  Want to listen to the track? Click on the song name!)

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