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Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remake for PS3 and Vita

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Square Enix is planning on releasing the HD remakes of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 later this summer. I'm assuming these two games will get an official release date at E3.

The HD remake versions will be based off the international versions that never made it to North America release. Final Fantasy X International features additional bosses and an Expert Sphere Grid option. Final Fantasy X-2 International has additional missions, two new dresspheres and new combat options.

While the PS3 will get both games in a bundle, it appears as though the two games will be sold separately for the PlayStation Vita.

Reference: Siliconera

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Have you noticed all square does with FF is remake old games, you can get ff 3 and a few others on iOS and Android, 

 

They spent so much time on ff13 making sure Lightnings hair was perfect they made the game boring, and 1/2 there development team died of old age,,,

 

Where is a new FF that is not a remake or sequel (cos every sequel has imo been aweful) 


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Have you noticed all square does with FF is remake old games, you can get ff 3 and a few others on iOS and Android, 

 

They spent so much time on ff13 making sure Lightnings hair was perfect they made the game boring, and 1/2 there development team died of old age,,,

 

Where is a new FF that is not a remake or sequel (cos every sequel has imo been aweful) 

 

What I hate is that they have re-released all these games on almost every platform except for PC. I got FF7 for PC yesterday via the square enix store. But thats the only game available. If they can release all these old games on android, I don't understand why they don't release them on steam.

 

I read something about the new next gen Final Fantasy XIV might be a PS3 exclusive. Aside from that game and another MMO final fantasy the only new FF game coming out is "Lightening Returns: Final Fantasy XIII" yep.. it turned into a trilogy.


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