Final Fantasy 10/10-2 HD gets a Valentine’s Day trailer

Monday, 10th February 2014 15:14 GMT By Sherif Saed

Valentine’s Day is at the end of this week and Square Enix has released a new, Valentine-themed trailer for Final Fantasy 10/10-2 HD Remaster to keep you company.

The trailer features Tidus and Yuna showing different parts of their relationship. The publisher also announced that those who pre-order the PS Vita version of the game will receive three limited-edition art cards, have a look below to see what you’re getting.

Final Fantasy 10/10-2 HD Remaster is coming to PlayStation 3 and PS Vita March 18.

Thanks, AllGamesBeta.



  1. KAP

    They need to stop hyping this now, I’m looking forward to it but damn.. no need for constant media

    #1 11 months ago
  2. salarta

    @KAP They’re basically trying to sell FFX-2. That’s the reason they’re hyping it so much. They know a majority of fans abhor what Squeenix did with FFX-2, but they also know that non-fans will lap up absolutely anything if it’s promoted out the ass, so they’re trying to get the non-fans to buy into FFX-2.

    FFX-2 was also the first major “game” of Motomu Toriyama, so a remaster that includes his trash managing to succeed in sales will justify his continued presence at Squeenix and the company giving him increasing responsibility and power that he doesn’t deserve. Why else would they go from selling FFX and FFX-2 separately to bundling the two together if the plan isn’t to push sales of FFX-2 and make it look like people actually like what Squeenix did to FFX with that game?

    #2 11 months ago
  3. Ireland Michael

    @2 Isn’t there anything you *don’t* read into obsessively?

    #3 11 months ago
  4. CyberMarco


    Fucking consumerism everywhere!!!

    #4 11 months ago
  5. salarta

    @Ireland Michael Nope!

    Under other circumstances, I’d say that thinking the company was trying to justify Toriyama’s presence and work was paranoid. But this is a company that after ten years of the man killing the FFX franchise, killing the Front Mission franchise, killing a revival of the Parasite Eve franchise and seriously damaging perception of the Final Fantasy franchise as a whole, is STILL giving him more opportunities than any company would ever normally give someone. Other people have been fired from companies for a single botched game. Sakaguchi “resigned” (more likely was forced out) for less. And yet, Squeenix’s answer to constant failure is to let him take control of more IPs and make two direct sequels to FF13.

    There’s also the obvious, less Toriyama-focused aspect that if the company thinks enough people want FFX badly enough, then they might be able to get away with forcing people to pay the price of two games so they can have access to the one they care about. In the process, they might be able to get people to play FFX-2 and as a consequence maybe buy future FFX stuff that supports FFX-2.

    I’ve been paying attention to Squeenix for a long time now. After ten years, I’ve learned to expect the worst, and my expectations are always more generous than what they end up delivering. The only exception in the past five years is FFXV, but it’s not out yet, so Squeenix has plenty of time to screw that up too.

    #5 11 months ago
  6. Dragon

    Only on VG247 will you find people obsess over a particular company and go on every page featuring that company just to repeat their million times before repeated tirade.

    I wonder where such guys are when the company in question posts healthy profit.

    #6 11 months ago

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