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Final Fantasy X and X-2 to get North America PS3 and PS Vita HD reboot

Final Fantasy X and X-2 producer says both games will get a PS3 and PS Vita HD refresh

Charles Gantt | Mar 22, 2013 at 12:34 pm CDT (0 mins, 57 secs time to read)

Just about 10 years ago Final Fantasy X and X-2 were beginning development, and a man by the name of Yoshinori Kitase was brought on to serve in the roll of producer for the now legendary games. This morning on the official PlayStation blog, Kitase announced that both games would be getting a North America refresh in HD.

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On the blog, Kitase posted:

Around 10 years ago, I was given the privilege of taking on the role of Producer on FINAL FANTASY X and FINAL FANTASY X-2. Just in time for PAX East, I am excited to announce that FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster will be coming to North America this year for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita... I invite you all to once again join Tidus and Yuna as they combat the colossal menace known as "Sin" to bring about lasting peace to the world of Spira - all in gorgeous HD!

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He went on to say "I'd like to thank the fans for supporting FINAL FANTASY and all of our efforts throughout these many years." There is no word on when the games will be re-released.

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