The lights are on
There’s unlikely to be any forced laughter at the news that Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is coming a bit later than expected. Square Enix has announced that Tidus, Yuna, and company will be arriving on PlayStation 3 in March. As for the Vita versions, we’re still waiting on details.
The good news is that Final Fantasy X will include the Eternal Calm story segment, and X-2 will include the Last Mission. These were previously only available in international versions.
Along with the March 18, 2014, release date, Square Enix has released a new trailer showcasing elements of both included titles. The HD collection will retail for $39.99. Those that pre-order will be upgraded to the limited edition at no cost, which includes an art book.
March is starting to become crowded, with Titanfall, Infamous: Second Son, South Park: The Stick of Truth, and now the long-awaited Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. Hard decisions will be made, but whatever you end up playing that month, you’re going to be in for a treat.
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Why the hell does all the good game have to come in March I don't have enough money to get all of them within a few weeks of each other.
o.o omg I'm so conflicted now its like should I get Tales of Xillia or Pre-order fast FF X-X2 why must fate curse thee! T.T
Still no word on the Vita version... Come on Square Enix. What's your deal?