Just some screens of the HD upgrade given to Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. The wait to see how this game is going to look has been long coming, and it seems the wait has been worth it. The PS3 and PlayStation Vita title is 70% complete according to Famitsu.
Square-Enix has released its first official trailer for its upcoming Final Fantasy X/Final Fantasy X-2 HD re-release (release date TBA). The two remastered games will be released together on one PS3 disc, but will be released as separate titles for PS Vita.
Are you excited to revisit these games? Let us know in the comments.
Is Keiji Inafune and Sony’s Studio Japan collaborative attempt in the form of Soul Sacrifice enough to boost the sales of the PlayStation Vita? The Sony bigwigs will certainly hope so. With a price cut due at the end of the month ahead of the game’s release in Japan, a lot is expected of the title. How do you think it will fare?
Vita Price Cut in Japan
Sony have announced that the PlayStation Vita will receive a much needed price cut in Japan.
Announced what seems to be many moons ago, Final Fantasy X HD is still coming to the PlayStation Vita. The shots above are the first for the game running on the somewhat struggling handheld.
The goal for this project was to make the definitive FPS for the platform.
In terms of profitability, we have to do a better job in promoting the PlayStation Vita mobile product.
The lid was blown off Killzone: Mercenary in recent days. The PlayStation Vita title received it’s gameplay debut and previews went live across the web praising it’s prospect. Now, here’s the game’s box art. Expect to see the game in September. Could it be the Vita’s first killer app?
A big update is coming to the PlayStation Vita on November 19th, firmware v2.00! With that, PlayStation Plus is coming to the Vita. There’s going to be all those swish perks that Plus brings. In other words, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, WipEout 2048 and Gravity Rush are part of the instant games collection. There’s more too! A great incentive for existing Plus members to pick up the handheld.
If you hadn’t heard, there’s also an Assassin’s Creed coming to the PlayStation Vita with it’s console counterpart (daft marketing strategy, I know). This video takes you through Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation’s unique Vita controls.