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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is now available on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One By Raptorchan on April 16, 2019 at 4:44 PM

For the first time, Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 have finally found their way to the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One family of devices. Fans new and old alike can now experience the classical romance story of Tidus and Yuna as they embark on a grand adventure to save the world of Spira from destruction.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster offers high definition graphics, a remastered OST and includes Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm, Final Fantasy X-2, Final Fantasy X-2 Last Mission, credits and Bonus Audio Drama.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is available now for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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  • Kyle

    I just feel like Square tries to make too big of a deal with remasters to milk more cash. There is no reason for a fan like me to play this on a Switch because I have a laptop that’s more powerful… and because of some missing source codes on games like VIII and VII; even the same remasters they pump out and repackage every year will continue to decline in quality. While news sources fumble at trying to find a way to promote the same things over and over again.

  • Miqote

    What a joke of a comment. Nothing wrong with putting a game out on as many platforms as possible. FFX is one of the great FF games anyway. What actual HARM does this do with this being on Switch?

  • So you’d rather have people not be able to play the game because they don’t own a PS3, PS4 or a sufficiently strong PC? Never mind the fact that the Switch – though I already find it rather telling that this system is so often singled out when it comes to complaints about the port-happy nature of the industy – offers a flexibility in terms of access the other systems do not due to its hybrid design. Can your PC play Final Fantasy games during a commute/trip or in situations with no television access? I think not.

  • gingataisen

    I don’t think they’re milking the people who will play these games for the first time.

  • Kyle

    If you can afford a Switch you can afford a PC.

  • It’s not about money. To some people, value isn’t dictated by a price tag, especially when it comes to art and entertainment. This BS notion that an entertainment product (which a console very much is) needs to fulfill some arbitrary standard is toss and needs to go since it is hurting the craft. So yeah, bugger off and I agree with what Meta said.