On the opposite side of the post-9/11 spectrum from PoP, we have Yuna and her merry band of Rainbow Wenches. Terrorists obviously didn’t attack on the world of Spira, and it shows...colorfully. FFX-2 was emblematic of the Japanese idea of female empowerment: "let’s dress ’em up in hot pants and Moogle suits, and give ’em guns, while making the game so Skittle-kid that entire new color spectrums are invented every time you performed a job change in a battle!" Square Enix oversexed the previously conservative Yuna to the point where we couldn’t take her seriously—hell, we couldn’t even see her after five minutes of gameplay because our eyes couldn’t process that many colors.