- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
- 26th Dec 2013
- 18th Mar 2014
- 21st Mar 2014
- Also Available On
- Controller Support
- Official Site
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Take me out to the ball game
Over the past few years, we've been cruelly teased with graphical comparisons and trailers galore for the anticipated Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. However, if none of those have gotten your juices flowing, then this latest clip should succeed in sending a shiver down
Yuna you want it
There have been a number of high-definition re-releases over the years, but Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster may just be the most anticipated one to date. A product of another outrageous Square Enix development cycle, it’s taken an eternity for Tidus and Yuna’s revamped escapade to play Blitz Ball with store shelves. However,...
If only we could play it
Though its constant delays may lead you to believe otherwise, Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster is a real game that actually exists and will be available for purchase in the near future. Assuming that you're not willing to take our word for it – and really, who could blame you? – Kotaku has posted a
A real Sin
As is customary for any of its non-Eidos products, Square Enix spent a shameful span of time porting the recently released (in Japan) Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. Except, the thing is, it didn’t even work on the update – Shanghai studio Virtuos did. The publisher had hinted in the past...
Gatta get the right one
Square Enix’s upcoming high-definition compilation Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster is set to weep on both the PlayStation 3 and Vita later this year – but you may be wondering which version to buy? While the portability of Sony’s diminutive device may find you coveting the handheld release, there has been some concern...
The final countdown
Details surrounding the PlayStation Vita version of Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster have been as nebulous and ever-changing as the very fabric of time. The remake was announced eons ago, and we essentially haven't heard a thing about it since. However, a recent post on the PlayStation Blog has revealed that, contrary to popular...
Busy playing blitzball
Japan may be psyching itself for a festive return to Spira, but the long overdue Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster will not deploy in Europe until 21st March. The PlayStation 3 remake – which was announced right around the time of the Ice Age – collates Square Enix’s popular PlayStation 2 role-playing games, and spruces...
A thing of wonder
It's been well over a year since Square Enix revealed Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, a compilation featuring the studio's seminal PlayStation 2 role-playing games. Fortunately, the Japanese company recently summoned a date for its home nation, confirming that fans will be able to dive back into Spira on the 26th December on both...
Re-release to boast an additional 30 minutes
If you weren’t satisfied with the levels of nonsense in the Final Fantasy X story arc, then you may be elated to learn that Square Enix is aiming to sate your questionable cravings with an additional 30 minute drama added to the end of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster’s credits. According to Jump...
Umming and ahhing
Final Fantasy X-2 HD could yet include the Japan exclusive epilogue ‘Last Mission’, though Square Enix hasn’t quite made up its mind yet. According to Famitsu magazine, the company is “undecided” as to whether the International Edition add-on will make its way into the PlayStation 3 and Vita re-release, but it’s giving...
FINAL FANTASY® X and FINAL FANTASY® X-2 are back! Widely acclaimed for their moving stories and spectacular graphics, the two titles have returned in a two-game collection.
The graphics of the characters, monsters, and environments have been fine-tuned in greater detail, providing a richer, deeper FINAL FANTASY visual experience. New features in this HD collection include enhanced graphics, full cross-save functionality between the PlayStation®3, and PlayStation®Vita versions and the ability to swap between the original and rearranged soundtracks in FINAL FANTASY X.