03-04-2007, 04:50 PM
Hi there! This is my first time here.

I have played FFX-2 for about 2 weeks. And well... Not a good experience when you have to restart from tiny little mistake you have done and then 0.1% completion is gone... Heh.

Right now I'm at 72% complete. (Whew!) and Yuna will begin her second grand audition. When I read at all the FAQs. Some said I have to talk to everyone except Shinra, some said talk to him too, and some even said I have to start the concert immidiately! But when I tried all of them and save before singing. The percentage still hanging at 72% Although it should mark up at 73%. Now I'm really confused. What am I gonna do?

(I began to think that 100% ending is worth anyway? Or I'll stuck with this forever :-( )

03-04-2007, 05:23 PM
First of all you can restart, after beating the game, with the same percentage

Or watch the video on youtube... If you can... might not be able to in Thailand

Neo Xzhan
03-05-2007, 01:25 PM
Getting 100% is a bitch. But After playing the game when I got stuck on 97% using a GUIDE, I got the idea that you can get a total of 105% or so, though the game stops at 100%.

I say this, because when I hit 100% and kept doing everything as I should (guide-wise) I saw still more scenes and stuff that I hadn't before that were sure to add to the percentage counter.

This is really one of the few games that requires a guide to get 100%, simply because as much as talking to a few characters in a certain order in the game will affect alot in terms of %. It's silly.

New Game Plus is your friend and your enemy, because sometimes it can get frustrating.

03-06-2007, 07:30 PM
New Game Plus is your friend if you give the Awesome Sphere to the group you didn't give it to the first time you played. I cannot emphasize this enough --- if you are trying for 100% completion, it really helps to give that sphere to the other group. That's where that "other 5%" comes in. It doesn't give you 105%, but it does give you percentage that's not as easy to get otherwise.

P.S.: Regarding whether the Perfect Ending is "worth it," I guess you can only really say once you've seen it. A lot of people were disappointed with it and I can tell you now that if you're expecting something really grand, you're going to be disappointed.