Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy X

Square Enix has recently announced on the official Final Fantasy website that Nintendo Switch and Xbox One owners can starting playing Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster on 16 April 2019 and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on 30 April 2019.

In September 2018 Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2 and Final Fantasy XII will be released on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One in 2019. When Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy IX will be released has not been announced.

Final Fantasy X was released back in 2001 on the PlayStation 2 with its sequel Final Fantasy X-2 in 2003. Both games got a HD remaster (Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster) in 2013 on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. In 2015 a PlayStation 4 version was released and in 2016 the PC version.

Final Fantasy XII was released back in 2006, the last Final Fantasy on the PlayStation 2. In 2017 the game got a HD remaster called Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on PlayStation 4. In February 2018 the PC version was released.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

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Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2 and Final Fantasy XII will be released on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in 2019. It is the first time these Final Fantasy titles will be available on Microsoft and Nintendo consoles.

Final Fantasy VII was released back in 1997 on the original PlayStation and was the first title not to be released on a Nintendo console. In 2015 the PlayStation 4 version was released which is a port from the PC version. Most likely the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch version will be based on that version.

Final Fantasy IX was released back in 2000, the last Final Fantasy on the original PlayStation. In 2017 the PlayStation 4 version was released which is a port from the PC version released in 2016. Most likely the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch version will be based on that version.

Final Fantasy X was released back in 2001 on the PlayStation 2 with its sequel Final Fantasy X-2 in 2003. Both games got a HD remaster (Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster) in 2013 on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. In 2015 a PlayStation 4 version was released and in 2016 the PC version.

Final Fantasy XII was released back in 2006, the last Final Fantasy on the PlayStation 2. In 2017 the game got a HD remaster called Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on PlayStation 4. In February 2018 the PC version was released.

Final Fantasy VII, IX, X, X-2 and XII coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch

But where's Final Fantasy VIII?

Final Fantasy X

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster will be available on Steam this Thursday, 12 May. This after the HD upgrade of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 has been released on PlayStation 3 and Vita in 2014 and PlayStation 4 last year.

The Steam version will feature auto-save, 5 game-boosters (Turbo, Supercharge, Eneny encounter settings, Auto battle mode and Hide HUD) and 3 parameters that can not be turned off when activated (99 of each item excluding Key Items, Unlock all skills and Max Gil).

You can check out the Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster Steam page here.

Final Fantasy X screenshot

Update: Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster is now available 20% off (€ 19.99 / £ 15.99 / $ 23.99) the first week.

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Square Enix has announced that the PlayStation 4 version of Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster, which was announced last December, will be released on 12 May in North America, 14 May in Japan and Australia and 15 May in Europe.

The PlayStation 4 version will contain a couple of new features: improved graphics, the option to switch between the original soundtrack and the remastered soundtrack and cross-save compatibility with the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita version.

Square Enix is offering an limited edition to all European fans that will contain an unique steelbook featuring artwork from legendary artist Yoshitaka Amano next to the game.

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Collection PS4 Limited Edition steelbook

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At the beginning of this week Square Enix France made a mistake by showing Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for PlayStation 4 in their store. After it was discovered by various websites, the page was removed.

Now it has been confirmed by Square Enix during a press conference in China that the game will be coming to PlayStation 4 this Spring. It will be available as physical copy and digital download for $49.99/£39.99/€49.99.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster PlayStation 4 box

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It's been 20 years since the launch of the original PlayStation, which was released in Japan on 3 December 1994. Sony has questioned around 10,000 gamers in Japan what their favorite game is in PlayStation history and which game should receive a remake.

What is your favorite PlayStation game?

  1. Dragon Quest V: Tenkuu no Hanayome
  2. Final Fantasy VII
  3. Dragon Quest IV: Michibikareshi Monotachi
  4. Final Fantasy X
  5. Resident Evil
  6. Dragon Quest VIII: Sora to Umi to Daichi to Norowareshi Himegimi
  7. Final Fantasy
  8. Dragon Quest VII: Eden no Senshi-tachi
  9. Puyo Puyo!
  10. Tetris
  11. Final Fantasy IX
  12. Kingdom Hearts
  13. Final Fantasy VIII
  14. World Soccer Winning Eleven 8 LiveWare Evolution
  15. Gran Turismo
  16. Kingdom Hearts II
  17. Derby Stallion
  18. Sangoku Musou
  19. Resident Evil 2
  20. Minna no Golf

Japan is the home of the RPG's, that's for sure. Dragon Quest V is their favorite with Final Fantasy VII closely second. What I do notice is where is Final Fantasy VI? And why Tetris? Strange folk.

Final Fantasy VII PS3 techdemo Which PlayStation game should receive a remake?

  1. Final Fantasy VII
  2. Dragon Quest VIII: Sora to Umi to Daichi to Norowareshi Himegimi
  3. Resident Evil
  4. Final Fantasy
  5. Gran Turismo 6
  6. Dragon Quest V: Tenkuu no Hanayome
  7. Resident Evil 6
  8. Kingdom Hearts II
  9. Dragon Quest IV: Michibikareshi Monotachi
  10. Arc the Lad
  11. Final Fantasy IX
  12. Monster Hunter Portable 3rd
  13. Final Fantasy X
  14. Kingdom Hearts
  15. Xenogears
  16. World Soccer Winning Eleven 8 LiveWare Evolution
  17. Final Fantasy VIII
  18. Dragon Quest VII: Eden no Senshi-tachi
  19. Final Fantasy VII International
  20. Gran Turismo

It's no suprise that Final Fantasy VII is at the top of most wanted remakes. What I notice is why are games like Final Fantasy X, Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II listed? They recently received a HD upgrade on PlayStation 3.

Final Fantasy X

Today is the day that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster has been released on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in North America! Europe will follow this Friday. Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster will contain the international version of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 (with Last Mission) in HD with trophy support. North American fans can now for the first time fight against the Dark Aeons, Penance and use the Expert Shere Grid. Also Eternal Calm, a 14 minute video which is a bridge between Final Fantasy X and it's sequel Final Fantasy X-2, is included.

Final Fantasy X

While Japan is still getting Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster in 2013 (26 December), Square Enix has announced that the PlayStatuon 3 version will be released in North America on 18 March 2014 and in Europe and other PAL territories on 21 March 2014. The HD remake of FInal Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 was first stated to be released this winter, which seems to be delayed a bit. With this announcement they've also released a new trailer and they have revamped the limited edition.

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster limited edition box Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster limited edition

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A few days ago Square Enix has finally announced that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster will be available in Japan on 26 December 2013 for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita (sold seperately). Both games have been remastered in HD with updated textures and a remastered soundtrack.

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster for the PlayStation 3 will be available for a retail price of 7,140 Yen and the downloadable version will cost 6,400 Yen. This version will include the FMV 'Eternal Calm', which was originally included with the game Unlimited Saga and on a demo disc.

For the PlayStation Vita both games are sold seperatly for 3,990 Yen each and the downloadable version will cost 3,660 Yen. You can also buy both games in the Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster Twin Pack for 7,140 Yen and the downloadable version will cost 6,400 Yen.

Also a special Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster PlayStation Vita will be available together with both games for 25,788 Yen.

Square Enix has also opened the official website of the game here.

Final Fantasy X HD Remaster Vita box (Japan) Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster Vita box (Japan) Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster Twin Pack

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Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita (sold separately) will be launched worldwide this winter. They've also released the Tokyo Game Show 2013 trailer which can be viewed here.

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