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Japanese Final Fantasy X fans vote on favorite characters, music, party combination, more

Posted on July 31, 2021 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Final Fantasy X recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. In honor of the milestone, Japanese magazine Famitsu posted an extensive reader survey this month. Fans were asked to vote on their favorite characters, music, party combination, and more.

Here’s the roundup of notable data:

Favorite Characters

1. Tidus – 651 votes
2. Yuna – 619 votes
3. Auron – 601 votes
4. Rikku – 286 votes
5. Jecht – 196 votes
6. Lulu – 120 votes
7. Wakka – 89 votes
8. Kimahri – 68 votes
9. Other – 65 votes
10. Seymour – 30 votes
11. Cid – 5 votes
12. Lord Braska – 3 votes

Favorite Music

1. Zanarkand (opening movie) – 786 votes
2. Suteki Da Ne – 283 votes
3. A Fleeting Dream – 216 votes
4. Fight With Seymour – 63 votes
5. Assault – 35 votes
6. Jecht’s Theme – 31 votes
7. Thunder Plains – 26 votes
7. Hymn of the Fayth – 26 votes
9. Movement in Green – 21 votes
10. Spira Unplugged – 19 votes

Favorite Mini-Games/Events

1. Blitzball – 597 votes
2. Lightning dodging – 451 votes
3. Catcher Chocobo – 217 votes
4. Chocobo Racing – 104 votes
5. Butterfly Hunt – 22 votes
6. Monster Arena – 14 votes

Favorite Party Combination

1. Tidus + Yuna + Auron – 696 votes
2. Tidus + Yuna + Rikku – 244 votes
3. Tidus + Wakka + Rikku – 227 votes
4. Tidus + Auron + Rikku – 169 votes
5. Tidus + Wakka + Auron – 155 votes

Most Memorable Enemy

1. Seymour – 627 votes
2. Jecht – 259 votes
3. Yunalesca – 232 votes
4. Sin – 101 votes
5. Braska’s Final Aeon – 89 votes

Favorite Moves

1. Blitz Ace – 406 votes
2. Quick Hit – 174 votes
3. Attack Reels – 80 votes
4. Mix (Rikku) – 71 votes
5. Jecht Shot – 61 votes

A total of 2,751 people were involved in Famitsu’s survey. The breakdown of respondents was 159 aged 19 and lower, 932 aged 20-29, 1,170 aged 30-39, 394 aged 40-49, 64 aged 50-59, 19 aged 60 and above, and 13 didn’t specify. 1,918 were male, 780 were female, and 53 didn’t say.

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