A brand new trailer for Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster goes over just how they've upgraded the PS2 JRPG classic. After tricking you with dorky 4:3 gameplay and mono sound, new visuals, new music, and new game content are shown in an attempt to dazzle you. It worked on me. I'm a sucker for this game.
You're getting lots more than presentation upgrades with the Vita Cross Save compatibility, new audio drama content, the Expert Sphere Grid, new Dress Spheres, new dungeons and much more.
I'm reviewing Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for Destructoid. When I first started playing the review build a few weeks back, I decided that I would just play a bit to check out the differences as I've played these games many times in past years. But they drew me in and I'm still playing.
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