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Gallery Nucleus hosts art exhibit celebrating Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2

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Square Enix announced on Monday that they will be holding a special gallery exhibit in conjunction with the launch of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster this coming March. The exhibit will take place at Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles and will feature artwork from both games. There will also be demo kiosks so people can try out both remastered titles as well.

The exhibit’s opening reception on March 15 will include appearances by Producer Yoshinori Kitase and Art Director Yusuke Naora. Along with door prizes for the first 300 attendees, they will be signing the 200 copies of the game that are purchased on-site. As was the case during the highly successful launch of Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD a few months ago at Disneyland, fans will be able to pick up the limited edition versions of the game for both the Playstation 3 and PS Vita.

Artwork from the event will also be available for purchase and proceeds will go to victims of Typhoon Haiyan. The exhibit will run from March 15 through March 26. Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster will be available on March 18 for both Playstation 3 and PS Vita.

Gallery Nucleus is located at 210 East Main Street in Alhambra.

Source: Polygon

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