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Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy X was released in 2001 and was re-released and remastered in 2014 in high definition (HD). It was the first of the Final Fantasy series to feature 3D backgrounds as opposed to the pre-rendered backdrops of the former games and was one of the most popular games in the franchise. It was also the first to include an official sequel title (Final Fantasy X-2).

This resource section includes a full walkthrough for the game including screenshots and full walkthroughs for each of the Cloister of Trials. Check out the walkthrough section and the side quests section for more information.


Final Fantasy X is definitely one of the greatest games in the Final Fantasy franchise. The series made the jump from the PlayStation console to the PlayStation 2 and the developers did a great job of taking everything that made some of the previous Final Fantasy titles great while ditching some of the annoying features that made them terrible.

To start things off, the graphics in the game are fantastic. The move from 2D pre-rendered backgrounds into the realm of 3D was done flawlessly and it gave Final Fantasy X a feeling of immersion that none of the other Final Fantasy games were able to create. On the flip side and as part of this transition, Final Fantasy X left behind one of the key features and signatures of the series, which was the over-world map tying each of the individual locations together. Instead of a world map the game utilized a list of locations allowing players to select a city or story location to return to from the Airship. This gave the game less of an epic feeling that some of the previous titles were able to achieve.

This flaw and loss of an ‘epic’ feeling was not carried over into the story. The plot, the characters, the setting and especially the music left a lasting impact on players which helped spawn the follow up titles to Final Fantasy X including the first true sequel to any game in the series, Final Fantasy X-2. The addition of voice actors added another impactful element to the game and while some of the lines in the game are particularly cringeworthy (the whistling scene in Luca) they did a fantastic job overall.

Most of the actual gameplay elements were well done and well received. The Sphere Grid system was an interesting twist on the traditional leveling style of previous RPGs but other than looking cool it offered a fairly linear leveling system with very limited customization. The Expert Sphere Grid added some complexity and additional customization, but is only available on your second play through (aside from the HD Remaster version which allows for you to select the Expert Sphere Grid as soon as you start).

The equipment customization feature was annoying. Rather than providing an element of variability to the game you tended to wind up with a mishmash of wacky armor with completely random auto-abilities. It is very tough during your first play through to create armor that is worth keeping without using up your key items building that equipment up. The end result is that you end up not customizing anything for fear of ‘wasting items’ inappropriately.

In addition to the main story, each Final Fantasy title typically has a minigame that can be played along with the regular game that is typically intertwined with the story in some way. This includes games like Chocobo racing, Triple Triad and even the abysmal Tetra Master card game in Final Fantasy IX.

The minigame in Final Fantasy X is Blitzball. Blitzball can be genuinely enjoyable to play and there are some pretty cool rewards that you can pick up by winning tournaments and league matches. All of the side quests (Blitzball included) in the game added up to be a huge myriad of additional end-game content that was a welcome addition for those that wanted to keep playing. The rewards continue to get incrementally better as well which is a refreshing change from some of the previous end-game content (Ruby Weapon in Final Fantasy VII for example).

Final Fantasy X is by no means the best Final Fantasy title, but it is right up there with the best of them. It has great replay value (because it is easy to miss content entirely during the first play through) and I myself have played through it many times. Overall score: 9/10.

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Final Fantasy X / X-2 Strategy Guide Page containing walkthroughs, strategy guides, game database, tips, tricks, news, and updates for the role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix.

News and Updates

▼ FFX / X-2 News and Updates
  • New Features on the Nintendo Switch! (April 15, 2019)
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Final Fantasy X Walkthroughs

▼Final Fantasy X Walkthroughs
ZanarkandSubmerged Ruins
Besaid IslandBesaid Village Temple
S.S. LikiKilika
S.S. WinnoLuca
Mi’ihen HighroadMushroom Rock
Djose Highroad and TempleMoonflow
Macalania WoodsMacalania Lake and Temple
Sanubia DesertAl Bhed
Fahrenheit AirshipBevelle
Via PurificoReturn to Macalania Woods
Calm LandsMt. Gagazet
Mt. Gagazet CaveZanarkand Ruins
Final Battle with SinInside Sin

Final Fantasy X-2 Walkthroughs

▼Final Fantasy X-2 Walkthroughs
PrologueChapter 1
Chapter 2Chapter 3
Chapter 4Chapter 5
Last Mission

Useful Guides

Final Fantasy X Useful Guides

▼Final Fantasy X Useful Guides
Farming Gil GuidePower Leveling Guide
How to Obtain the Celestial MirrorHow to Obtain All Celestial Weapons
Cloister of Trials GuideMonster Arena
How to Obtain All AeonsBlitzball Guide

Final Fantasy X Useful Guides

Final Fantasy X-2 Useful Guides

▼Final Fantasy X-2 Useful Guides
Farming Gil GuidePower Leveling Guide
How to Obtain All DresspheresDancing Mini-Game Guide
All Crimson Sphere LocationsHow to Unlock All Endings
Secret Dungeon LocationsHow to Get Baralai’s Sphere

Boss Guides

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Final Fantasy X Boss Guides

▼Final Fantasy X Boss Guides
Ammes & Sinscale AGeosgano
Sin’s FinEchuilles
Chocobo EaterGui
Isaaru’s AeonsEvrae Altana
Seymour Natus & MortibodyDefender X
Biran Ronso & Yenke RonsoSeymour Flux
Sanctuary KeeperSpectral Keeper
YunalescaSin’s Left Fin
Sin’s Right FinGenais & Sin’s Core
Overdrive SinSeymour Omnis
Braska’s Final Aeon

Final Fantasy X-2 Boss Guides

▼Final Fantasy X-2 Boss Guides
???? & GoonLogos & Ormi (Luca)
Leblanc (Luca)Leblanc, Logos & Ormi (Mt. Gagazet)
BorisFlame Dragon
Guardian BeastYSLS-Zero
Chocobo EaterElma & League Warrior
Ormi, Logos & Fem-Goon (Djose)Ormi (Mt. Gagazet)
Logos & Fem-Goon (Bikanel Island)Ormi, Fem-Goon & Dr. Goon (Guadosalam)
Ormi & Logos (Logos’ Room)Leblanc, Ormi & Logos (Leblanc’s Room)
Precepts GuardGeorapella
Baralai (Bevelle)Bahamut
YojimboGarik Ronso & Ronso Youth
King VERMIN!Yaibal
Baralai (Den of Woe)Gippal
HumbabaMachina Panzer, Watcher-A, Watcher-R, & Watcher-S
Jumbo Cactuar & CactuarAngra Mainyu, Tawrich, & Zarich
ShivaMagus Sisters


Final Fantasy X Characters

▼Final Fantasy X Characters

Final Fantasy X-2 Characters

▼Final Fantasy X-2 Characters

Game Database

Final Fantasy X Game Database

▼Final Fantasy X Game Database

Final Fantasy X-2 Game Database

▼Final Fantasy X-2 Game Database

Game Overview

The memorable Final Fantasy X games are finally coming to the Nintendo Switch, bundling Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 in a special HD remastered version. Players can experience the adventure on the go using the portable console and follow the tales of Tidus and Yuna as they combat an unholy entity known as Sin.

Though each of the two Final Fantasy X games follows the same narrative and takes place in the same world, they feature very unique gameplay mechanics. Final Fantasy X focuses on Tidus’ adventures, while Final Fantasy X-2 centers on Yuna after the events of the first game.

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Product Information

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GameFinal Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster
PlatformPlaystation 3 / Playstation Vita / Playstation 4 / Microsoft Windows / Nintendo Switch / Xbox One
DeveloperSquare Enix
PublisherSquare Enix
Release dateMarch 14, 2015 (PS3, Vita) / May 12, 2015 (PS4), May 12, 2016 (Windows), April 16, 2019 (Switch, Xbox One)
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