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Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster Standard Edition - PlayStation 3

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  • The original FINAL FANTASY X and X-2 PlayStation2 titles, fully remastered in gorgeous High Definition
  • Based on the International Versions of the games that were never before released in North America

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FINAL FANTASY X/X 2 HD Remaster celebrates two of the most cherished and beloved entries to the world renowned franchise that has sold over 100 million units over the past twenty five years. FINAL FANTASY X introduced players to the world of Spira, and left a legendary impression on the industry with its stunning visuals, heart wrenching story, and fully voiced characters - a first in a FINAL FANTASY title. FINAL FANTASY X 2 marked the first ever direct sequel to a FINAL FANTASY title, and returned players to Spira with an even more addictive and fast paced combat system. Now completely remastered in gorgeous HD, FINAL FANTASY X/X 2 HD Remaster brings this timeless classic forward to the current generation of fans, old and new alike. FINAL FANTASY X tells the story of Tidus, a star blitzball player who journeys with a young and beautiful summoner named Yuna on her quest to save the world of Spira from an endless cycle of destruction wrought by the colossal menace known as "Sin". FINAL FANTASY X 2 returns to the world of Spira where High Summoner Yuna travels with her companions Rikku and Paine to unravel the mysteries of the messages hidden in the spheres she hunts, not knowing that the answers she seeks may change everything.

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Platform:PS3 Standard
Release date March 18, 2014
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Product Dimensions 5.4 x 0.6 x 8.3 inches
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On the box, this collection is described as an "HD remaster." I cannot think of a better term for this package. This definitely had more work put into it than your run-of-the-mill PS3 HD port collection, and I don't just mean visually too. Overall, I'm pretty impressed by the amount of upgrades these games received. For those who are already familiar with the original Final Fantasy X and X-2 and want to hear about the enhancements/changes the games have in this package, skip the next two paragraphs. If you're new to the FFX/X-2 saga and want to know a little bit more about those games, then I'll try to sum them up in a concise manner.

*Quick reviews for Final Fantasy X and X-2*

Depending on who you ask, FFX is either the last great *traditional* single-player FF game, or the beginning of the end of the series. For my money, FFX is a classic. At the time of its release, the whole gaming community was caught up in its beautiful world and interesting characters. Thematically, FFX is a magical game, filled with beautiful locales and heaps of mystery. There's also a great deal of deep philosophical musings on all sorts of things ranging from religion to dreams to the very nature of existence. MOST of the characters are also likable. Auron is a real contender for coolest FF character ever. The visuals were seriously incredible back in the day, and its art design is still wonderful (this world really benefits from being in HD now), and the music is among Nobuo Uematsu's very best works, and that's saying A LOT. Mechanically, FFX was a pretty great JRPG. There were plenty of things to do, and almost all of them engaging.
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When I first heard about this remastery, I was skeptical. Anyone can see that I have bought several collections and remasteries in my purchasing history, and I have enjoyed each of them for what they are and because I no longer own each of those games for my PS2 (that and trophy support = plus!). Never the less, most of them feel like they just took a Blu-ray disc, plugged three games onto it, gave them an HD boost in graphics and sound (which isn't a ton of a boost but still), and release the game for gamers like me who might not own the games or never played them. Don't get me wrong, I am glad they do it most times, but some companies overdo it (Konami, in my opinion) or do a shoddy job (Silent Hill collection). Which is why I was worried with this "collection"; I loved FFX, it is my personal favorite FF besides 8 and 9 (7 is a given really anymore). I was scared that Square Enix would just take the PS2 versions of each, make them HD'ed, and sell the games as they were. But to my surprise, they did so much more, and that is why this is not just a collection, but a full blown remastery of the two games. Square Enix went back in time almost, and not only made the games look new, fresh, and overall better, but they remade the music, added new themes or revamped them, new textures, ect. ect. In short = they rebuilt both games from the original blueprints, and made them look, feel, and sound fresh and great once more. The cinematics still look great, so there was no need to make them new again really (and they didn't). Really the one downside to the remastery in terms of looks is the lip sync to the dialogue; somehow, they neglected to rework the dialogue to the mouth movements, for they still look awkward at times.Read more ›
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Back in the old days when gas was less than a dollar and all kids had to play with were sticks and rocks... Okay too far back. But back when the PS2 was still in its infancy, I picked up my first Final Fantasy game and, you probably guessed it, it was number ten in the series.

This game was always a wonderful epic to me. When you first start the game you hear your main character asking you to listen to his story. The game just went to great heights after that. It's always held a special place in my heart in the endless RPG genre. So when I heard they had an HD remake coming to the PS3, I most certainly preordered it and waited patiently for it to come.

The updated graphics really got a nice overhaul as I'm sure most of you have already seen in a lot of comparison screenshots. Is the games graphics better than other PS3 titles? Yes. Is it the best, not even close. What really pulled me towards this, other than just sentiments, was the fact that this has the international content and being an American resident (it only was released in Japan if I remember correctly) I never got to explore the extra material! Boy I was so stoked.

I have put well over 80 hours into Final Fantasy X and I'm still going strong! Better believe I plan on platinuming it. With that said, I still haven't given X-2 any of my time yet. No, it wasn't my favorite game. It's actually one of my least. Storyline it falls short, but once again, X-2 is the international version of the game and I want to explore the new content on that as well!

The game comes with additional features as well such as the audio Final Fantasy X Will and X-2 Last Mission. I've listened to the audio. It's interesting to say the least. It would be cool if they continued the story they introduced in it in a new game.
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