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Final Fantasy X Review Update

Ahoy there RPGFans! It is I, cap'n Slime, and I'm commandeering the review section while Sensei Phoenix is out visiting his sick aunt Mildred. So until he gets back, I'm calling the shots around here, and for starters we've got a whole pile of Final Fantasy X reviews for you.

First off, we have reader Starkiller's take on the game, and apparently he loved Square's first attempt at a PS2 Final Fantasy. Anyway, go check it out.

Next up, reader Xeno3998 brings us his opinion. He expected a let down, but was pleasantly surprised and also loved it. I think I see a pattern forming...

After that we have Tenchi-no-Ryu's review, and apparently he rates it right up there with food and air as things you need to get to live a full, long life. If you want to know the ins and outs of Final Fantasy X, read his excellent review of it as soon as possible.

Finally, NES character FIGHTER! breaks the tradition and gives us a review of Square's newest title with a score below 80%. If you're tired of hearing nothing but positive feedback on this game, or are interested in swords, make sure to read his review.

That closes up our coverage of Final Fantasy X, but don't think you've heard the last of me! I, Slime, WILL control reviews some day! Sensei Phoenix, your days as master of the review section are numbered...


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01.11.02 - 8:25 PM
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