Love is eternal
After playing Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster, it's hard to believe that both games are now over ten years old. Back on the PlayStation 2, Final Fantasy X was something of a revolution not just for Square Enix's popular series, but for Japanese RPGs in general. It was filled with voice acting, paved a route for more linear gameplay...
Listen to my story. This may be our last chance
Final Fantasy X is either one of the best entries in the legendary series, the end of a golden age, or both, depending on who you ask and what day it is. Its direct sequel, Final Fantasy X-2, proved divisive when it launched, but has its diehard fans and is an impressive game in its own right...
We're now so far into Who Wins Wednesdays that we've had to start using numbers when it comes to typing out the tagline. We've had ten features leading up to today's duel, with the last battle ending up as a win for everyone's favourite alien, Garrus Vakarian. In an attempt to keep things feeling fresh, we're going to move away from gun...
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
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...
With the PlayStation Vita’s release schedule looking a little dry at the moment, the upcoming Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster has become one of the handheld’s most anticipated games. However, with publisher Square Enix’s promotional efforts focused predominantly on the PlayStation 3 release, how does its handheld counterpart stack...
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.;PlayStation Vita owners can get both games in one package, with FINAL FANTASY X HD Remaster on the PlayStation Vita gamecard and FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster accessible via a redeemable download code
- Two Classic RPG's now in HD
- International Editions of Both Games
- Updated Soundtrack
- Full Trophy Support
- Cross-Save Support