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After the PS2, PS3 and PS Vita it's time for the PS4 to welcome Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, another proof that recycling has indeed become this generation's new trend. This version doesn't ad any content but it offers slightly improved visuals and the possibility to switch between the remeastered soundtrack and the original score. If you've already played the game before, whether on PS2 or on PS3 or Vita, there really is no reason to buy it again. If you're curious and don't mind the cheesy voice acting of the early 2000s, then maybe you can give this a try.

First 10 minutes PS3

Also included in Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is of course Final Fantasy X-2, the first ever sequel in the series. Unfortunately, its big departure from X makes it quite difficult to understand at first. The magical girl atmosphere, the music, the characters' personalities, it's so different from the previous game that many will simply stop at that and give up. The second part of the adventure is much more interesting though, with real drama and some interesting plot developments. Question is, will you be strong enough to bear the first half of the game?

Video PS3 Vita

12 years after its release, Final Fantasy X is back and HD polished on PS3 and PS Vita in Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. With so many delays, we were afraid we might be disappointed, but Square-Enix actually did a very good job this time and fans should be entirely satisfied overall. We'll start with a bunch of videos of FFX on PS3 and a few screenshots of the Vita version. It's worth mentioning that we find this version to be quite impressive (more than our images can show actually) and should be your first choice if you want to enjoy Tidus' adventures anywhere you want. It's just a shame that this collection isn't cross-buy.

Trailer PS3 Vita

Square Enix has released Visual Works' CGI opening cinematic for Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. The game will be out in less than two weeks for PS3 and Vita.

Trailer PS3 Vita

Here is a TV spot of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD before the game release on March 18th for PlayStation 3 and Vita.

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Video PS3 Vita

After the short videos, let's move on to full presentations and start with Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster (FFX HD here) and the first 17 minutes of the game. No sound sadly, we couldn't get a headset :(

Trailer PS3 Vita

The latest trailer of deals with the arranged music of the game compared to the PS2 version. It coming this year on PS3 and Vita.

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