I have spent ~20 hours playing the HD remake of Final Fantasy X—out today for PS3 and Vita. In short, it's wonderful. Play it.
HD visuals, new dress-spheres, a crazy new tower dungeon in which every action is turn-based... these are the new features in the upcoming remakes of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, which are out on March 18 for PS3 and Vita.
No Final Fantasy X-3 on the way: In an interview with sgcafe.com, Square Enix game producer Shinji Hashimoto confirmed that the 30-minute audio drama included with the HD re-release of FFX and X-2 was merely a story to further expand the game's universe, and that Square Enix has no plans to develop a FFX-3.
Happy Valentine's Day Week—here is a beautiful new romantic trailer for Final Fantasy X, a video game about an athlete's illicit love affair with a woman who's just trying to save the world. The HD remakes of FFX/FFX-2 are out on PS3 and Vita next month.
This March will see the re-release of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 remastered in HD. But as this collection has already come out in Japan, I am here to tell you why you should be excited to get your hands on it.
In addition to its massive graphical upgrade, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is filled with bosses, dungeons, and side quests never before seen outside of Japan. But there is one thing included that is completely new: a thirty-minute audio drama that has me hoping for Final Fantasy X-3.
While the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster won’t be out in the West until March, it hit Japanese shelves last month. So join me as I dust off my old PS2 and compare just how much better Final Fantasy X looks on the PS3 with its new HD coat of paint.
Squeenix has revealed the Western release dates for of their upcoming HD remasters for FFX and FFX-2.
Today at the Tokyo Game Show 2013, I got some hands-on time with the HD remasters of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2.
The HD remakes of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, which are coming to PS3 and Vita later this year, will come with an extra 30-minute scene. Here's a sneak peek.
Right now, you can play any mainline Final Fantasy game on a modern system—PS3, Vita, iOS, etc.—except for two: Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy XII. Both PlayStation 2 entries have never made it to other platforms, and anyone who's tried to play PS2 games on a high-definition television might understand why people…
In today's episode of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Aikage laments the general lack of pre-rendered cutscenes in today's video games, a feature many were glad to see die out. Which side of the gorgeous CGI fence do you fall on?