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Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age for Nintendo Switch and Xbox One arrives this April By Wazi the pa on January 10, 2019 at 10:00 AM

Square Enix has revealed Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will release this coming April for the first time on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.

Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster will release on April 16, while Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will release on April 30.

In celebration of this announcement, the company has also released a brand new artwork piece by artist Akihiko Yoshida depicting the mighty cast of characters from Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age.

Read more on the games below:

Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster contains Final Fantasy X and its sequel Final Fantasy X-2, renowned as some of the most popular titles in the whole Final Fantasy series for their emotional stories and stunning graphical quality. Final Fantasy X follows the story of superstar athlete Tidus, whose fate intertwines with the beautiful summoner Yuna as they embark on a pilgrimage to save the world of Spira. Final Fantasy X-2 takes place two years later, following the stories of Yuna, Rikku and Paine in their exciting adventures to uncover ancient secrets and overcome powerful enemies. Having shipped over 14 million units worldwide to date, Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster invites new players to discover a stunning RPG adventure you will never forget.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

Based on the 12th numbered entry in the smash hit Final Fantasy series that has sold over 6 million units worldwide, Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age has re-worked the game’s design and re-mastered their visuals in full-HD, making full use of current generation hardware capabilities to improve the graphical and audio quality for the ultimate play experience. Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age takes place in the breath-taking world of Ivalice, where magic is commonplace and airships fill the sky. The small kingdom of Dalmasca is caught between warring empires Archadia and Rozarria, and the lone heir to the Dalmascan throne, Princess Ashe has devoted herself to forming a resistance to liberate her homeland. The story begins when Ashe meets Vaan, a young thief who dreams of flying free in the skies, as their adventure changes the destiny of the world’s greatest nations.

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  • Wazi the pa

    An awesome excuse to replay those games again. I can’t wait.

  • NoctLightCloud

    definitely gonna get these!

  • •december

    Nintendo should buy Final Fantasy, lord knows Square Enix is becoming incompetent at juggling the series….

  • Randy Marsh

    Why would they do that when they own the superior Xenoblade franchise? 😛 Okay I’m being mean and don’t mean that entirely, Xenoblade 2 was just a better Final Fantasy game than Final Fantasy XV though.

  • NoctLightCloud

    What makes a FF a FF though? Definitely not the over-the-top anime/moe look and characters of XB2.

  • Randy Marsh

    The exploration, the story, the characters themselves, the combat, and the music were the real highlights to how superior of a modern open world JRPG should be when it came to Xenoblade 2. The anime tiddies and lolis in XB2 were just a plus to me, not the highlight of why the game was better.

    Also Final Fantasy has had its fair share of over-the-top anime stuff, World of Final Fantasy, Dimensions II, and Lightning Returns. Just to name a few.

  • NoctLightCloud

    WoFF I can live with, as well as anime stuff, but moe would kill FF, I hope they never go that way. And WoFF is not moe, it’s just chibi. Never heard of Dimension II tbh, too many spin-offs. Imo the music is still excellent in modern FF.

  • Randy Marsh

    The music in FFXV was hit or miss. Yoko’s tracks are the best in the game, however the tracks she did not work on were some of the worst in the series, Lestallum, the Crow’s Nest, the hunt battle theme, Galdin Quay, and Hammerhead are some themes come to mind.

    The DLC for FFXV however are good in the OST department, but that’s because they’re done by former Square alumni composers; coincidentally some are done by the composer for the Xeno series lol.

    However, a lot of the spin-offs still have the good music, but since we were focusing on FFXV I will not be counting them in the currently discussion lol.

  • NoctLightCloud

    you are right, I agree with you. I only focus on Yoko’s tracks when thinking about XV. (her newly created orchestra title song in the opening movie flashback for KH3 even made me cry, I did not expect that.)
    I have to admit that I nowadays come back to listen to XIII-2 OSTs a lot, even though I disliked it back then. Not sure who worked on those, but they were definitely ahead of their time. Some NieR Automata’s OSTs reminded me a lot of XIII-2.