Square Enix has released yet another trailer for Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster for the PS3 and PS Vita, which releases this Friday on both platforms. The new trailer is titled “An Epic Tale” and has footage on both games, including a very brief summary of the story from Final Fantasy X.
Square Enix has revealed that the HD remakes of Final Fantasy X/X-2 will be coming to the PS Vita at the same time as the PS3 version hits North America and Europe. The PS3 version is scheduled to release in North America on March 18th 2014, followed by Europe on March 21st 2014. A limited edition of the PS3 version has also been revealed, featuring a 48-page art book as well as both games.
A new trailer for Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD on the PS3 and PS Vita has been released from the Tokyo Game Show, showing more footage of the upcoming game. In addition to releasing the trailer, Square-Enix has also confirmed that the game will be officially launching this winter.
New screenshots of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD have been released, showing just how impressive the remake of the games are looking. A new video has also been released, which gives you a sample of the 30 minute audio episode, created solely for the HD Remasters and written by Kazushige Nojima. Both the PS3 and PS Vita versions of the game include full trophy support too, and you'll see this in the new screenshots below.
Square-Enix has revealed that Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 will be coming to the PS3 and PS Vita in Europe this year. Both games will be bundled together on the PS3 on a single disc, but will be available on separate game cards for the PS Vita. Square-Enix has also released the first trailer for the games.
Final Fantasy fans will be happy to know that Final Fantasy X HD is still coming to the PS Vita. The game was announced back at TGS 2011 but has been in hiding until earlier today. At this morning’s PS Vita Showcase in Japan, Sony confirmed that the game is on the way, and new screens have been released from All Games Beta, presumably captured from the live stream.
The Final Fantasy X remake was originally announced back at the Tokyo Game Show in September 2011. According to Yoshinori Kitase, a producer for the original FFX, the PS3 and PlayStation Vita versions will be more than just a HD remaster – the game will be completely remade.
Great news for fans of Final Fantasy X. Square Enix has just announced that Final Fantasy X will be getting an HD re-release in celebration of the game’s 10th anniversary. Personally, I rather see a remake of Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII for the PS3 and PlayStation Vita in HD, but this is good news nonetheless.