Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster – your journey starts now

Square Enix Ltd. have released a new trailer for FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster, out now for the PlayStation3 and PlayStation Vita.

Two of the most acclaimed FINAL FANTASY adventures of all time are back. Return to the world of Spira, the sport of Blitzball and fall in love with a cast of fan favourite characters including Tidus and Yuna, looking better than you’ve ever seen them before. The creators’ original vision is stunningly realised with today’s technology to deliver the definitive versions of these classic RPGs.

Features
· Two Classic RPGs now beautifully remastered – Experience two of the most successful entries in the legendary RPG series, now looking even better than you remembered them.

· International Editions of Both Games – The International version of FINAL FANTASY X-2 makes its way outside Japan for the first time ever, with a host of additional content not included in the original!

· Updated Soundtrack – Over 60 tracks from the original FFX soundtrack are rearranged or remastered in HD audio!

· Full Trophy Support – Full PlayStation 3 and PS Vita Trophy support is included, for each title.

· Cross-Save Support – Continue playing the same game across each of the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions, by saving your data to the PlayStation Network (this feature requires both versions of the game).

Watch the FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster “Your Journey Starts Now” trailer and watch out for our Game Console review.

 

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