Square Enix has announced Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster will be released in North America on March 18 and Europe and March 21 in Europe on PlayStation 3 and the PS Vita. Both games will come in a bundle for the PS3 and when purchasing Final Fantasy X…
Even though there is no release date for the western release for Final Fantasy X & X-2 HD, Japan will be able to enjoy the game December 26 this year. While hopefully there will be a release window for the west announced sometime soon, that doesn't mean we can't gawp…
Many gamers introduction to Final Fantasy, and JRPG's as a whole, came from the series leap to the PS2 in 2001 with Final Fantasy X. Not only did the leap to the next gen graphics blow people away, but also the first use of voice acting for Square's landmark franchise. The…
The video shows some footage of the oringal PS2 version of Final Fantasy X with its battle theme music playing over, well, a battle. Halfway through, we swtich to HD and are treated to the brand-spanking new arrangement of the theme. The new orchestrations give the theme an overall more…
Square Enix have announced that Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD is available for pre-order, with buyers in European and Pal regions being given the choice between the standard edition and the super sexy Limited Edition. The Limited Edition contains an exclusive art book showcasing a ton of concept art from the games,…
The latest edition of Famitsu shed some light (through a fan twitter post) on the production time of the upcoming set of Final Fantasy titles. All titles are around the latter stages of development. Final Fantasy X HD: 80% Final Fantasy X-2 HD: 65% Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII: 70%…
  In anticipation for the release of Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remaster, Square Enix have released this trailer to showcase some of the HD remastering. What do you think of the remaster? Will you be getting the games? Let us know what you think in the comments.
It has been confirmed that Final Fantasy X HD will be coming to PS3 with Final Fantasy X-2 on one blu-ray disc. Not a bad deal considering both games run upwards of 20 hours each. This is after scans of Japanese magazine Jump made their way online. Square Enix later…