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Final Fantasy Day – Spoony’s Final Fantasy X-2 Review February 4, 2017

Posted by Maniac in Game News.
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Controversial internet reviewer Noah Antwiler, better known to the internet as The Spoony One, is a long-time fan of the Final Fantasy franchise.  Sadly, he has not been happy with the games since Final Fantasy VIII was released and he’s created some pretty angry video reviews of Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy X, and Final Fantasy XIII.  He looks at all the games with a critical eye, but what makes his earlier videos so great is his desire to satire a game’s content to the point his audience will laugh regardless of how much they agree or disagree with his points.  His videos were actually a major inspiration for me to start this website and eventually to look into playing the Final Fantasy franchise myself.

However, even though he hated plenty of Final Fantasy games, there is one game that Noah partially defended, and that was Final Fantasy X-2.  He actually applauded its efforts to try something new and different in a franchise that he believed was starting to feel stale, and while he didn’t like some of the game’s logic, he found himself enjoying several of the game’s moments he thought he was going to hate.

So without further ado, here’s his review of Final Fantasy X-2.  Just be aware, this review is going to be for mature audiences.

Still looking forward to that Final Fantasy XIII-2 review, Spoony!

More Final Fantasy Day content is on its way guys, so relax and enjoy!

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