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This article lists version differences between various releases of Final Fantasy X.

Final Fantasy X Edit

Japanese version Edit

  • Original release of the game, released on July 19, 2001.

North American version Edit

  • Released on December 17, 2001.
  • Versions outside of Japan use X to confirm and Circle to cancel, instead of the opposite.
  • Versions outside of Japan display "OVERKILL" and "IMMUNE" when attacking instead of "OVER KILL" and "GUARD."
  • A Strength Sphere is now awarded for winning the story-mandatory blitzball match, rather than a Potion.
  • A Save Sphere was added in the Monster Arena.
  • Added ability to automatically sort equipment in the menu.
  • SOS abilities now activate at a higher threshold; 50% HP instead of 25% HP.
  • Bribe mechanics were updated. The gil amount for 100% success was raised from x20 enemy Max HP to x25.
  • Puroboros now absorbs fire elemental attacks instead of being neutral, and gains a 20% resistance to Darkness and Silence.

North American only differences Edit

Final Fantasy X: International Edit

Release Edit

  • Japanese release on January 31st, 2002.
  • Australian release on May 17th, 2002.
  • European/PAL region release on May 24th, 2002.

Final Fantasy X HD Remaster Edit

  • High definition remaster of Final Fantasy X: International including Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm, but without developer interviews and Japanese voices and subtitles are from the original version of the game.
  • Facial changes during some events, (e.g: the scene before battle against Yunalesca).
  • Video output changed from 4:3 to 16:9 (widescreen).
  • Native 1080p display.
  • Rearranged large number of tracks.
    • The FMV version of the song "Otherworld" is used in the battle with Braska's Final Aeon, replacing the alternate version that was used in the PlayStation 2 editions.
  • The option to choose between Japanese and English at the start of the game (International version) was removed.
  • New typeface used for the game's text.
  • Battle quotes are not displayed on screen.
  • New user interfaces.
  • The English version of "I'm gonna be a blitzball when I grow up!" said by the child in Kilika Port isn't a translation error. The error originates in the original Japanese version on the PlayStation 2. The error is corrected in the Japanese release of HD Remaster, while in English the phrase is not corrected.
  • Inclusion of a new audio drama, Final Fantasy X -Will-.
  • Spathi was renamed to Sword, Grothia to Fist, and Pterya to Wing.
  • The key item Flower Scepter was renamed to Flower Sceptre.
  • The Home glitch from the Japanese International version was fixed.
  • Cloud saving system is added.
    • Transfer Data between the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 versions are able to take advantage of swapping saves between systems allowing players to transfer data between the standalone Vita version and the PS3 and PS4 counterparts.
  • Trophies for PlayStation Network.
  • FMV Cutscenes have been cropped.

PlayStation Vita Edit

  • New "Quick Recovery" feature. The player can restore the party's HP with Potions, Hi-Potions, or White Magic. Quick Recovery menu can be accessed by sliding the Vita touchscreen.
  • Spathi, Grothia, and Pterya retain their names.

PlayStation 4 Edit

  • Further enhanced graphics.
  • Improved character models and textures for important non-playable characters. NPCs no longer have low quality hands and fingers.
  • Ability to choose either the original or remastered soundtrack.

Version 1.01 Edit

  • Music now continues after exiting battle, rather than resetting.
  • Random number generation is now truly random.

Microsoft Windows (via Steam) Edit

  • Based on the PlayStation 4 version.
  • An option to choose between Japanese and English audio. However, audio is restricted depending on the language setting:
    • Text: Japanese / Korean / Traditional Chinese with voice: Japanese
    • Text: English / French / Italian / German / Spanish with voice: English
FFX HD PC Graphic Options

The system setting menu.

  • Built-in graphic options. Anisotropic, Anti-aliasing, Post-draw anti-aliasing, and HBAO are all adjustable.
  • Customizable keyboard and controller buttons.
  • In-game PlayStation button prompts were replaced by Xbox buttons.
  • Auto-save feature.
  • An option to skip cutscenes. Not all cutscenes can be skipped.
  • Special game boosting features:
    • Turbo. Use to speed up the game to 2x or 4x. It won't affect player input in menus and cutscenes/FMV.
    • Supercharge. Characters will be supercharged.
    • Enemy Encounter Override. Increase or decrease enemy encounter rate.
    • Auto-battle. Characters will fight using AI.
    • Hide HUD. Use to hide user interface.
  • Change parameter options:
    • Get all items.
    • Unlock all skills.
    • Max gil.

Nintendo SwitchEdit

  • The Celestial Weapons' sigils and crests use the Japanese naming scheme.
  • "Quick Recovery" feature returns.
  • Game content is included on the game card in the retail version.
  • The Sphere Grid tutorial may be skipped.

Xbox OneEdit

  • The Celestial Weapons' sigils and crests use the Japanese naming scheme.
  • The current signed-in profile is shown on the top right in the title screen.
    • Pressing X will change profiles.

Release Edit

  • Japanese release on December 26th, 2013.
  • North American release on March 18th, 2014.
  • European/PAL region release on March 21st, 2014.
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