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Final Fantasy X/X-2 Remastered Trailers

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We've got some good news and some bad news for fans of the Final Fantasy series.

First the good news: there's a Japanese-poptastic new trailer for the remastered versions of Final Fantasy X and X-2, glorious HD PS3 reworkings of two classic titles first launched on the PS2. You can regain a sense of nostalgia with the trailer below.

The bad news: Square Enix have pushed the European launch of the title back to 18 March 2014, with no news concerning the handheld Vita version. Tidus and Yuna will be arriving on both formats in Japan on 26 December, Western gamers are just going to have to wait a little longer for some FF action.



(Images: Square Enix)

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