Tag Archives: FFX
Wed, Jul 03, 2013 | 20:16 BST
Final Fantasy 10/10-2 HD is getting a new, 30 minute episode created by Kazushige Nojima which will play during the compilation’s credits sequence. The news was posted in the latest issue of Shounen Jump magazine, which you can see through Siliconera. The segment will feature newly recorded voices as well. It’s out on PS3 and Vita this year.
Tue, Mar 19, 2013 | 16:37 GMT
Final Fantasy 10 will include Final Fantasy 10-2 when it launches later this year on PS3, according to scans from Jump magazine. Both games are said to be included on one Blu-ray disc with the Vita versions of both titles sold separately. Both versions of the games include the expanded content, according to the scans. We’ll send Square a mail. Via: CVG, Nova Crystallis.
Sat, Jan 12, 2013 | 19:43 GMT
Those looking forward to Final Fantasy X HD should hold tight: Square Enix Europe said you will get “get answers soon” regarding the PS3 and Vita update. FFX HD was announced during TGS 2011, and not much has been said regarding the title since. However, Square “promised” something more will be revealed soon. Keep hope alive, etc. Thanks, Gematsu.
Sat, Jan 07, 2012 | 18:44 GMT
A pamphlet for a US retail store has been posted over on Gematsu, and it lists a few interesting tidbits which should get your mouths salivating. According to the business document, Vita versions of Monster Hunter Portable 3, Final Fantasy X, and Lord of Apocalypse were listed. While the later has already been released in Japan, and FFX is in the works for the handheld, neither title has never been confirmed for US localisation, despite a few rumblings on the matter. However, rumors regarding Monster Hunter Portable 3 hitting the device, have been around almost as long as the official announcement of Vita. We’ll send a mail to all respective parties, and hopefully we’ll get a nibble or two. Until then, consider all of this a wonderful rumor.
Wed, Sep 14, 2011 | 08:18 BST
Square Enix has announced at the Sony TGS press conference it’s releasing a HD version of Final Fantasy X for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3.