Final Fantasy X-2 HD announced for PS3, Vita

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Square Enix announced that they’re bringing a high definition remake of Final Fantasy X to the PlayStation 3 and the Vita all the way back in 2011. The publisher has been surprisingly tight-lipped about it since, but it appears they had a good reason… Final Fantasy X for the PS3/Vita is being turned into an HD compilation that also includes Final Fantasy X-2!

The news comes from the latest issue of Jump magazine (via Gematsu), which also confirms that Square Enix plans to release the collection in Japan this year.

While Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 will be packaged together for the PS3, the Vita version of each game will be sold separately. And, for Japan at least, the remakes will include the “International” bonus content.

It’s currently unknown if these director’s cuts will be used for the US release of Final Fantasy X HD (or if Final Fantasy X-2 HD will even make it across the Pacific). But we can sure hope so.

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