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Familiar Face
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OK, I've recently started playing Final Fantasy X-2 from scratch again on my real PS2. So I figured I'd do the same as I did with Final Fantasy X: save at every point along the way as a separate save file and import them into the emulator's memory card. So I've got about 20 different saved spots transferred thus far and decided to transfer them over, and then share them with you. Same as with the Final Fantasy X memory card from the other save, this will ONLY work if your version of Final Fantasy X-2 is the US/Canada NTSC version. If this isn't your version of the game, the only thing I can suggest is to get some game saves off gamefaqs.com and use the guide on this forum to import them. Also, please don't use this thread as a location to start asking about how well Final Fantasy X-2 works, etc..... No off topic discussion, if you post in here, please keep it limited to questions/comments on the save ONLY.:)
By the way, this is only about 5 hours into the game. As I get further, I will update this thread with newer memory cards when I have time. And finding any free time when I'm not testing is not easy, so if it's not updated right away, just be patient. This should have enough saves to keep you busy for a while.;)
 

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Familiar Face
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Glad this could be useful to some people. I may be adding more saves within the next day or two. I've had an unusually large amount of free time, so I've been making tracks in the game.;)
 

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FenixDragon said:
Just one question....
I have the "Final Fantasy X-2 International +Last Mission NTSC", this is the same as the US/Canada NTSC version??????

thx...
If I recall correctly, International versions of Final Fantasy X/Final Fantasy X-2 are Japanese versions only, so this save will not work for you I'm afraid.
 
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