My teaching credentials are in the English language and English literature, not the Japanese language. Her garments are simple and monotone, consisting of a tanktop and a mini skirt, the length of which is quite short, giving a considerable degree of exposure. Accompanying screenshot caption 1 In her super-tight mini skirt, she thrives at the art of hand-to-hand fighting. Accompanying screenshot caption 2 Due to her form, her plain garments take on a pleasant appearance. This is not a joke. The book really says that stuff.

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Main articles: Spira Final Fantasy and Characters of Final Fantasy X and X-2 Final Fantasy X is set in the fictional world of Spira, consisting of one large landmass divided into three subcontinents, surrounded by small tropical islands. Gagazet areas. Although predominantly populated by humans , Spira features a variety of races.

Among them are the Al Bhed, a technologically advanced but disenfranchised sub-group of humans with distinctive green eyes and unique language. Still less human are the lion -like Ronso and the frog -like Hypello. In Spira, the dead who are not sent to the Farplane by a summoner come to envy the living and transform into " fiends ", the monsters that are encountered throughout the game; [11] however, unsent with strong attachments to the world of the living may retain their human form.

Other fauna in Spira, aside from those drawn from real animals, such as cats, dogs, birds, and butterflies, include the gigantic, amphibious shoopufs which are similar to elephants ; and the emu -like chocobo , which appears in most Final Fantasy games.

Spira is very different from the mainly European-style worlds found in previous Final Fantasy games, being much more closely modeled on Southeast Asia , most notably with respect to vegetation, topography, architecture, and names. One of them, Rikku, speaks the same language as Tidus and reveals that Sin destroyed Zanarkand 1, years ago.

Meanwhile, Tidus joins to help Wakka in the upcoming blitzball tournament to find a way back home. After defeating Sin, the Final Aeon kills the summoner and transforms into a new Sin, which has caused its cycle of rebirth to continue. Auron, who had been revealed to be unsent, is sent to the Farplane. He then swims towards the ocean surface, and the screen fades to white.

Executive producer Hironobu Sakaguchi has stated that although he had concerns about the transition from 2D to 3D backgrounds, the voice acting, and the transition to real-time story-telling, the success of the Final Fantasy series can be attributed to constantly challenging the development team to try new things.

He has also said that Spira deviates from the worlds of past Final Fantasy games in the level of detail incorporated, something he has expressed to have made a conscious effort to maintain during the design process. While he was thinking of different world environments, Nojima suggested a fantasy world that incorporated Asian elements.

For example, she has said that the masks and goggles of the Al Bhed give the group a "strange and eccentric" appearance, while the attire of the Ronso lend to them being able to easily engage in battle.

Nojima has revealed that the inclusion of voice acting enabled him to express emotion more powerfully than before, and he was therefore able to keep the storyline simple. Localization specialist Alexander O. Smith noted that they had to keep the localized sound file within the duration of the original Japanese, as longer files would cause the game to crash.

The features, however, were dropped during production, and online gaming would not become part of the Final Fantasy series until Final Fantasy XI. Instead, a compromise was made, whereby some transitions from the field map to the battle map were made relatively seamless with the implementation of a motion blur effect that would happen at the end of an event scene.

Visual Works director Kazuyuki Ikumori stated that this was due to the use of 3D models in the scene. Because of the negative response from female members of staff, the scene was remade multiple times. The lyrics were written by Kazushige Nojima, and the music was written by Uematsu. The song is performed by Japanese folk singer Rikki , whom the music team contacted while searching for a singer whose music reflected an Okinawan atmosphere.

The other songs with lyrics are the heavy metal opening theme, "Otherworld", sung in English by Bill Muir; and "Hymn of the Fayth", a recurring piece sung using Japanese syllabary. These are "Fight With Seymour" from their self-titled album , published in , [80] and "Otherworld" and "The Skies Above", both of which can be found on the album The Skies Above , published in It was first released in Europe on October 31, , and featured English voice-overs.

Also included are trailers for Final Fantasy X and Kingdom Hearts, a concept and promotional art gallery for the game, and a music video of "Suteki da ne" performed by Rikki. Producer Yoshinori Kitase was once again involved in the production of the game, wishing to work on its quality. Square Enix launched an official website for the two HD remastered titles in March One year later on May 12, , it was released for Microsoft Windows via Steam.

A version for the Nintendo Switch was released on April 16,


Square Enix Collected Works

It lays out what is known about their travels in chronological order, and links scenes to their respective spheres. Extras of FFX , p. Besaid is given a section Japanese and English names, map of the areas, and a numbered list of each of the character models. A list of scenarios that affect the people present in an area are listed.


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