A Good Look At Official Post-Final Fantasy X-2 Character Art 

A Good Look At Official Post-Final Fantasy X-2 Character Art 

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Square Enix just kicked off a Final Fantasy 30th anniversary exhibit in Tokyo. Among the displays was this Tidus and Yuna character art.

The art might look familiar, because black and white versions of these Tetsuya Nomura character designs, as well as ones for Chuami and Kurgum, were included in the Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster‘s credits and bonus audio disc.

That was in 2013. Now, in 2018, the designs are back, but this time they are being shown in colour for the first time specifically for this exhibition.

While fans have called these Final Fantasy X-3 character designs, Square Enix states that these are “illustrations of Tidus and Yuna after the events of Final Fantasy X-2.”

Yeah, yeah, that’s technically FFX-3, but that’s what Square Enix says!


  • Isn’t “after Final Fantasy X-2” that short novel that was created that’s absolute trash? Like were apparently Tidus kicks a bomb because it looks like a Blitzball and gets blown up.

    • The ball hit Tidus in the back of the head.
      He turned around.
      Noticed it looked like a blitzball.
      Took a look around for the owner, while stepping towards it, not coming in contact with it, and BOOM.

      Apparently kicking it is a mistranslation/myth that people spread around because it makes it sound super idiotic.

      He actually died walking towards the bomb.

        • Definitely. Apparently it goes something like Yuna and Tidus was walking in the forest and suddenly a ball hit his head. Yuna was teasing him because of that and he turned around and saw a ball. He was like it that a blitzball? Walks toward it and died, head flew off and Yuna was freaked out.

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