According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence
Parents should know that although this game contains nothing that would make it inappropriate for children, the content is still aimed at a teen audience. Aside from a few provocative character designs, the title appears to be relatively clean.
Final Fantasy fans will definitely want to get their hands on this title. The combination of next-generation video game technology with an incredible story and redesigned gameplay gives us one of Squaresofts best games in the series.
Newcomers to the RPG genre might shy away from it however, seeing as how the beginning seems to alienate the player instead of drawing him in. Having voice acting in the game probably explains why the language has been cleaned up in comparison with other Final Fantasy titles. With this game, Squaresoft has created a masterpiece that deserves a look from anyone who owns a Playstation 2.
Unfortunately for Gamecube/Xbox owners, Final Fantasy X can only be found, at the moment, on the Playstation 2.
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