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'Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD' Collector's Edition and Vita date revealed

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Details on the PlayStation Vita version of "Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD" was announced Monday, with news of a collector's edition for the PlayStation 3 as well.

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Posted on the official PlayStation blog by Sakura Minamida, a Senior Product Manager at Square Enix, "Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD" for the PS Vita will be released on March 18th: the same day as the PS3 version. In addition to sharing the same street date as its console brethren, the PS Vita game with also retail for $39.99 and support cross save between systems.

For PS3 owners, Square Enix is offering a collector's edition of "Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD" exclusively at their store for $79.99. The "Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD" Collector's Edition includes:

  • A 40-page hardcover art book filled with the concept sketches, environment art, and characters from the game.
  • A "Final Fantasy X HD Remaster" original soundtrack featuring over six hours of music with accompany images on a blu-ray music disc.
  • Five art lithographs of the game's most iconic scenes, such as Tidus and Yuna in the waters of Macalania Forest.

Same with the regular edition, the collector's edition of "Final Fantasy X/X-2" will arrive on March 18th. Courtesy of All Games Beta, a slideshow of screenshots from the game is available to view above.

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