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Square releases 5 new trailers for 'Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD'

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It's been a long time coming, but RPG fans who are eager to get their hands on the HD versions of Square Enix's Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 don't have to wait much longer. Square released five new trailers earlier today in anticipation of the HD version's March release. These trailers show off the work Square has done, and should be enough for fans to see how the graphics have been improved with this new release.

Today's trailers are all in Japanese, but it's the visual quality that's important. The first one includes a snippet of Yuna and Seymore's wedding. For those who have played the original, the difference is striking. The resolution may be higher, but the improved textures and character models are what will make this re-release really shine.

For those wanting in-game graphics, another video shows Yuna summoning a slew of Aeon's. There are also trailers centered around Auron and Kimahri, and another showcasing a few of the games' side characters, all of which are looking better than ever.

The HD release of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 will be available in North America on March 18th.

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