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New Screens for Final Fantasy X-2

Final Fantasy X2 HD Header

Square Enix have released their first screenshots of the upcoming Final Fantasy X-2 HD remaster. The PlayStation 3 and Vita title is a re-release of the PS2 sequel to FFX and has you taking up the roles of Yuna, Rikku and newcomer Paine as they try to solve mysteries while playing in a band (Kind of like the JRPG equivalent to Josie and the Pussy Cats).

 

According to Square Enix:

the variety of screenshots shows that each of the main character models have been reworked to offer more facial expressions in the game. The textures of the surrounding environment and backgrounds were also carefully redrawn for the Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster. Finally, the resolution of Yuna’s concert performance (a pre-render movie) has been increased for the HD version.

 

You can check the new sparkly screen along with some promo art from FFX-2 HD below:

 

Final Fantasy X-2 HD has been confirmed for release later this year and will be made available for both the PS3 and the Vita as separate purchases.

 

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