Monday, 16 December 2013

Final Fantasy X/X-2 Vita EU release date.

After what has seemed like an age, Square Enix finally gave some information on the PlayStation Vita version of Final Fantasy X/X-2HD Remaster. With there being no information for so long and the lack of any mention when the release date for the console version was announced had left many of us pondering whether the Vita version was off the cards. Today though, we were given a release date of 21st March which is the same dayas the Ps3 version. Suprisingly (and contrary to previous speculation) PlayStation Vita owners can get both games in one package!  Final Fantasy X HD Remaster comes on the Vita gamecard and Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster is available via a redeemable download code. Obviously a little miffed at no physical FFX-2 in the package but the fact both are supplied at the same price as the Ps3 version (Quoted as £29.99) is a huge relief. Both versions will have; Cross-Save support, PlayStation Trophies, an updated, rearranged and remastered soundtrack and  International Editions of both games. The Ps3 version though will have what looks like a very tempting special edition. The Limited Edition version (exclusive to European and PAL regions) includes a 48-page art book (collection of concept art from the games with notes from the original Final Fantasy X and X-2 development teams) and a special message from Producer Yoshinori Kitase. Plus, both games will be on the same disk and will no doubt offer a superior game technically to the Vita version. A tough decision lies ahead for some of us (Cross save though seems a shrewd move from SE for people who have both platforms)

Here's a new trailer! (May contain Spoilers)


Original post: Playstation Blog

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