Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster is coming to PS4 consoles worldwide in Spring 2015. After a successful launch on PS3 and PS Vita platforms this past March, Square Enix officially confirmed the titles for Sony's newest home consoles after a brief, if accidental, reveal late last week.
Specific dates and pricing details were not disclosed, but for PS4 owners who didn't pick it up for PS3, it'll be another great addition during an already busy season for Square Enix. For readers who aren't keeping track, Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster for PS4 joins the Final Fantasy VII port for PS4 as well as Final Fantasy Type-0 in their shared Spring release window.
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Brendan 2016-11-30 12 comments
Well, ladies and gentlemen, our long night is over: Final Fantasy XV became available internationally today, capping more than a decade's worth of development with a warm welcome internationally. Though plagued by pre-release leaks today was still a momentous occasion for fans of the series, and for spectators hoping to see Square Enix cement its comeback with the crown jewel...
Brendan 2016-10-20 0 comments
Final Fantasy XV is just over 40 days away from release worldwide and Square Enix has given multiple gaming new outlets an extended stay in the world of Eos. Destructoid, Polygon, and GameSpot have posted opinions that range from lukewarm at worst to downright giddy at best. GameSpot, noting the game's expansive world and numerous activities, wrapped up their preview...
Brendan 2016-09-28 4 comments
September has been a crazy busy month for Square Enix. From PAX, to GameStop Expo, to TGS and now EGX, the company has been giddily showing off its blockbuster lineup to crowds across the world. The upcoming HD remaster of FINAL FANTASY XII: THE ZODIAC AGE was livestreamed at EGX, courtesy of PlayStation Access this weekend and the result is...
I wish they would stop with all these HD-remasters and start working on what the fans really want.
Square has said that these remastered classics (like KH 1.5, 2.5 and X | X-2) along with their mobile lineup, provides them the cash flow to build blockbuster titles like XV and KH3. I hope it's true. SE in 2014, with its barrage of news, interviews, and previews is a drastically different company than even two years ago. I like to think they've had to eat their peas and are the better for it, but I could be wrong.