History Trivia / FinalFantasyX

26th Mar '18 10:33:21 AM KingLyger
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** [[http://images.wikia.com/finalfantasy/images/4/42/FFX-Yuna_sendingConcept.jpg The original concept of Yuna ]] features her without her iconic kimono.

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** [[http://images.wikia.com/finalfantasy/images/4/42/FFX-Yuna_sendingConcept.jpg The original concept of Yuna ]] performing a sending]] features her without in a different dress instead of her iconic kimono.
23rd Dec '17 5:56:55 PM Pinokio
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* TheWikiRule: The [[http://finalfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Final_Fantasy_Wiki Final Fantasy Wiki]].
10th May '17 9:07:41 AM SamMax
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* NoExportForYou: The US didn't get the International version initially, only the PAL regions and Japan. This was not rectified for ''thirteen years'', until the HD release, which has the International version's content. To be fair tho, this is mostly Sony's fault, who has a policy stating that a game must have a certain percentage of new content before it can be re-released and the International version of Final Fantasy X doesn't meet the criteria, and this was an era before consoles were capable of receiving [=DLCs=].

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* NoExportForYou: The US didn't get the International version initially, only the PAL regions and Japan. This was not rectified for ''thirteen years'', until the HD release, which has the International version's content. To be fair tho, though, this is mostly Sony's fault, who has a policy stating that a game must have a certain percentage of new content before it can be re-released and the International version of Final Fantasy X doesn't meet the criteria, and this was an era before consoles were capable of receiving [=DLCs=].
12th Jan '17 4:21:04 PM MoonlightBomber
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* ApprovalOfGod: Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIh6sXRM_yQ voices his approval]] of a mod that replaces all audio with Tidus' laugh.
19th Dec '16 10:13:05 PM xXwindsofchangeXx
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* Each character's standard progression in the Sphere Grid is reminiscent of at least one Job Class from previous ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' games. Tidus is a Fighter-Time Mage combination, Yuna is a typical White Mage[=/=]Summoner, Lulu is a pure Black Mage, Wakka is an odd take on an Archer-Green Mage[[note]]given his status-inducing attacks[[/note]] fusion, Auron is a ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics FFT]]''-style Knight, Kimahri is a cross between a Dragoon, a Blue Mage and a Red Mage, and Rikku is a wonderful blend between a Thief and a Chemist.

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* Each character's standard progression in the Sphere Grid is reminiscent of at least one Job Class from previous ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' games. Tidus is a Fighter-Time Mage combination, Yuna is a typical White Mage[=/=]Summoner, Lulu is a pure Black Mage, Wakka is an odd take on an Archer-Green Mage[[note]]given his status-inducing attacks[[/note]] fusion, Auron is a ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics FFT]]''-style Knight, Knight (with some stylistic and aesthetic references to the Samurai class), Kimahri is a cross between a Dragoon, a Blue Mage and a Red Mage, and Rikku is a wonderful blend between a Thief and a Chemist.
17th Dec '16 10:42:08 PM gjjones
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* CrossCastRole: The young Tidus is voiced by Creator/CreeSummer.

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* CrossCastRole: CrossDressingVoices: The young Tidus is voiced by Creator/CreeSummer.


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* StarMakingRole: For Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor in the English version.
13th Oct '16 4:44:08 PM fearlessnikki
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* This game is the TropeNamer for:
** EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: And, by extension, its {{Snowclone|s}} HisNameReallyIsBarkeep
** ThisIsMyStory
** ''[[Administrivia/RenamedTropes Former]]'' Trope Namer for MaechenPeriod, now ExpositionBreak
* Each character's standard progression in the Sphere Grid is reminiscent of at least one Job Class from previous ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' games. Tidus is a Fighter-Time Mage combination, Yuna is a typical White Mage[=/=]Summoner, Lulu is a pure Black Mage, Wakka is an odd take on an Archer-Green Mage[[note]]given his status-inducing attacks[[/note]] fusion, Auron is a ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics FFT]]''-style Knight, Kimahri is a cross between a Dragoon, a Blue Mage and a Red Mage, and Rikku is a wonderful blend between a Thief and a Chemist.



* CrossCastRole: The young Tidus is voiced by Creator/CreeSummer.
* DoingItForTheArt: Lulu's numerous belts on her dress were put in to challenge the animators.



* PlayingAgainstType: Paula Tiso had mainly voiced bubbly women in commercials before this game. Voicing the AloofDarkHairedGirl like Lulu was quite different for her.



* TropeNamer:
** EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: And, by extension, its {{Snowclone|s}} HisNameReallyIsBarkeep
** ThisIsMyStory
** ''[[Administrivia/RenamedTropes Former]]'' Trope Namer for MaechenPeriod, now ExpositionBreak



* WordOfGod: Hints in an Ultimania interview that ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' is the DistantFuture of the game's ''[[TheVerse world]]'', but likely on another ''planet''.

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* WordOfGod: WordOfGod:
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Hints in an Ultimania interview that ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' is the DistantFuture Distant Future of the game's ''[[TheVerse world]]'', but likely on another ''planet''.


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!!General Trivia:
* Each character's standard progression in the Sphere Grid is reminiscent of at least one Job Class from previous ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' games. Tidus is a Fighter-Time Mage combination, Yuna is a typical White Mage[=/=]Summoner, Lulu is a pure Black Mage, Wakka is an odd take on an Archer-Green Mage[[note]]given his status-inducing attacks[[/note]] fusion, Auron is a ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics FFT]]''-style Knight, Kimahri is a cross between a Dragoon, a Blue Mage and a Red Mage, and Rikku is a wonderful blend between a Thief and a Chemist.
23rd May '16 8:59:45 PM RAMChYLD
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* NoExportForYou: The US didn't get the International version initially, only the PAL regions and Japan. This was not rectified for ''thirteen years'', until the HD release, which has the International version's content. To be fair tho, this is mostly Sony's fault, who has a policy stating that a game must have a certain percentage of new content before it can be re-released and the International version of Final Fantasy X doesn't meet the criteria, and this was an era before consoles were capable of receiving DLCs.

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* NoExportForYou: The US didn't get the International version initially, only the PAL regions and Japan. This was not rectified for ''thirteen years'', until the HD release, which has the International version's content. To be fair tho, this is mostly Sony's fault, who has a policy stating that a game must have a certain percentage of new content before it can be re-released and the International version of Final Fantasy X doesn't meet the criteria, and this was an era before consoles were capable of receiving DLCs.[=DLCs=].
23rd May '16 8:59:27 PM RAMChYLD
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* NoExportForYou: The US didn't get the International version initially, only the PAL regions and Japan. This was not rectified for ''thirteen years'', until the HD release, which has the International version's content. To be fair tho, this is mostly Sony's fault, who has a policy stating that a game must have a certain percentage of new content before it can be re-released and the International version of Final Fantasy X doesn't meet the criteria.

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* NoExportForYou: The US didn't get the International version initially, only the PAL regions and Japan. This was not rectified for ''thirteen years'', until the HD release, which has the International version's content. To be fair tho, this is mostly Sony's fault, who has a policy stating that a game must have a certain percentage of new content before it can be re-released and the International version of Final Fantasy X doesn't meet the criteria.criteria, and this was an era before consoles were capable of receiving DLCs.
23rd May '16 8:58:31 PM RAMChYLD
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* NoExportForYou: The US didn't get the International version initially, only the PAL regions and Japan. This was not rectified for ''thirteen years'', until the HD release, which has the International version's content.

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* NoExportForYou: The US didn't get the International version initially, only the PAL regions and Japan. This was not rectified for ''thirteen years'', until the HD release, which has the International version's content. To be fair tho, this is mostly Sony's fault, who has a policy stating that a game must have a certain percentage of new content before it can be re-released and the International version of Final Fantasy X doesn't meet the criteria.
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