The fan reaction to Final Fantasy X convinced the developers to create a continuing story with Final Fantasy X-2. Costume designer Tsukamoto Tetsu stated that the radical design changes for Yuna reflected a huge cultural change. Script writer Nojima Kazushige added that Yuna’s new outfit was a “natural reaction to the heavy stuff she wore in FFX”. Because Yuna, Rikku, and Paine lived in a more carefree world in X-2, the designers wanted them to be able to dress up, a feature which became key to the gameplay.
13 February 2012
Final Fantasy X-2: Yuna 10
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