Final Fantasy X-2 is the first direct sequel in the series, taking place about 2 years after the events of Final Fantasy X. Some felt that the game’s J-Pop thematics and costume change mechanics were a bit too much of a departure for the series, but it remains popular with most fans.
Speaking at the Japanese D23 Expo, series producer Tetsuya Nomura announced that the project will contain HD remasters of Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, and remastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts: Recoded
You can view the announcement trailer below
Disney and Square Enix have debuted a new trailer at PAX Prime for the very-soon-to-be-released HD re-release of Kingdom Hearts.
The game will be available locally on September 12.
It was recently rumoured that a Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster Limited Edition for PlayStation 3 was in the works, and here it is.
Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster Limited Edition includes a 24 page art book featuring concept artwork from the original games and a swish looking outer box.
Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster Limited Edition is confirmed for North America and Europe and is a pre-order bonus, so those buying the game receive a free upgrade to the Limited Edition if you pre-order at a major video game retailer (such as EB Games or JB Hi-Fi in Australia). I’ve got my order down already.
Square Enix has released a new trailer for the upcoming HD remasters of Final Fantasy X and X-2.
The games will be released later this year – together on the PlayStation 3, but separately on the PlayStation Vita.
Regardless of which version you get, that horrible laughing scene still included, though.
Square Enix has released a new trailer for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix.
For those who can’t remember the tangled web that Kingdom Hearts has become (and nobody will blame you), this package contains a HD re-release of the original Kingdom Hearts, a HD re-release of the PS2 remake of the GBA release Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, and HD cutscenes of the Nintendo DS game Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days
Expect to see the game on store shelves in September.
Square Enix’s enhanced port of Final Fantasy IV is now available on Android.
This version of the classic turn-based RPG, which was released on iOS devices last year, is based on the Nintendo DS remake and features enhanced graphics, touch controls, voiced characters, selectable difficulty levels and more.
Final Fantasy IV is priced at $16.99 on the Google Play Store, and requires Android 2.3.3 or later.