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Final Fantasy X-2
November 18, 2003
Two years have passed since the events of Final Fantasy X. After destroying Sin, Yuna was left with the heavy feeling of losing "him" for Spira's peace.
"The people and the friends we have lost, or the dreams that have faded... Never forget them."
She has indeed never forgotten "him". However, Rikku found a sphere that seems to have been a recording of him. This left Yuna and Rikku with questions, could it be "him"? Will Yuna ever see "him" again?
The continuation of the Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2 continues where Final Fantasy X left off. Last time she saved the world. This time it's personal. Will she ever find "him" again?
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is Sony's second video game console, after the PlayStation. Its development was announced in April 1999, and it was first released in Japan on 4 March 2000. It was released in the United States on 26 October 2000.
The PS2 can read CDs, for playing audio CDs and original PlayStation games, and DVDs for DVD Video and PS2 games. Its ability to play DVD movies was an important selling point at a time when few people owned a separate DVD player.
When it was released, the PS2 had many advanced features that were not present in other contemporary video game consoles, including its DVD capabilities and USB and IEEE 1394 expansion ports. It was not until late 2001 that the Microsoft Xbox became the second console with DVD support, although playing DVD-Video titles on Xbox requires the purchase of an additional module (containing decoder software and a remote control).
Support for original PlayStation games was also an important selling point for the PS2, letting owners of an older system upgrade to the
and keep their old software, and giving new users access to older games until software was developed for the new system.
Software for all PlayStation consoles contains one of three region codes, for Japan, the Americas, or Europe. Discs also deviate slightly from the CD-ROM and DVD-ROM standards in ways that make it impossible for the average consumer to duplicate discs or create his or her own software for the system. However, Sony has released a version of the Linux operating system for the PS2 in a package that also includes a keyboard, mouse, ethernet adapter and hard disk drive.
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