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.
Here are a bunch of new trailers for the upcoming HD remakes of sports sim Final Fantasy X and pop star emulator Final Fantasy X-2, which will be out for PS3 on March 18 (and Vita at some point in the undetermined future, unless that version is mysteriously cancelled.)
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD, the inevitable remaster of one of the most popular Final Fantasy games and its direct sequel, is shaping up nicely! Square-Enix just released a large number of new screenshots, teasing smooth menus, trophies, summoning and a beautifully colorful Spira.
Along with the news that every preorder of the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster will be upgraded to the Limited Edition with a 24-page art book for a case, Square Enix also released a comparison video that demonstrates how much we probably could have done without this remaster.
Did you ever think to yourself, "Hey, Final Fantasy X and X-2 are good and all, but what they really need is another 30-minute cut-scene during the credits?" You're in luck!
The ending of role-playing game Final Fantasy XIII-2 was a little unsatisfying. And by "a little unsatisfying," I mean it made me want to throw a keyblade at my television.