8 Facts About Final Fantasy X Series


Final Fantasy X is the tenth installment in the Final Fantasy series. It is also the first ever Final Fantasy game to spawn a sequel: Final Fantasy X-2. Here are some facts about the games.

Final Fantasy X's script was reported by to be ten times as large as the average Hollywood film.

Yuna is the only character in Final Fantasy to have heterochromia (eyes of different colors).

Final Fantasy X Spira's design was heavily influenced by Southeast Asian culture and geography.

Final Fantasy X alludes to the conflicts between Christianity and Gnosticism. It also depicts the corruption possible within organized religion, and how it can lead to an inversion of its own doctrine.

At the end of Final Fantasy X, Yuna will proclaim to Tidus that she loves him. However in the Japanese version Yuna will simply thank him. This change was to make up for cultural differences.

In Final Fantasy X-2, Celsius was intentionally named by Brother to make fun with his father's airship, the "Fahrenheit".

Final Fantasy X was not originally going to have a sequel, but fans loved a short cutscene sequel called Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm so much that Square decided to go ahead and make a full-fledged sequel.

The narration style of Final Fantasy X was influenced by the film The Usual Suspects.