Jae Lee writes: When we talk about the various entries in the Final Fantasy series, we often speak of IV and VI (my favorite) as the best in the classic generation.
Of course, the fan favorite VII is always brought up as a monumental departure in storytelling through the use of FMVs, and then we have XIII which is in contention for being one of the most polarizing Final Fantasy games of all time.
However, it’s odd to me that no one really talks too much about X and its importance in the annals of JRPG history for its liberal use of voice acting.
I still remember to this date, something from more than ten years ago. Watching all those in-game cut scenes and being enamored by the importance of voice in portraying the personalities of the characters.
Still, I’m fully aware of what nostalgia can do to our past perceptions.
So when I decided to revisit this classic once more after all these years, I was worried that it might not have passed the harsh test of time.
Luckily, it turns out I was worried over nothing.