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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster - PlayStation 4

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (835 out of 857)

    Product Details


    • Developer: Square Enix
    • Publisher: Square Enix
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Action and Adventure
    • Release Date: 05/12/2015

    Synopsis


    Known for fast-paced combat systems, heart-wrenching story lines, immersive role-playing gameplay and stunning visuals, the Final Fantasy franchise has introduced an impressive array of timeless classics that span the past 25 years. Two of the most cherished and beloved entries, Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, which are based on the international versions and released in North America for the first time, return to your living room in remastered high-definition. So get ready to dive into the world of Spira and set off on epic adventures that truly epitomize what the Final Fantasy series is all about.

    Immerse yourself in the story of Tidus in Final Fantasy X. The star blitzball player is called upon for a noble purpose and sets off on a quest with Yuna, a beautiful young summoner, to take down the colossal menace, Sin, and finally halt a seemingly endless cycle of destruction. In Final Fantasy X-2, Yuna is now a High Summoner who travels the world of Spira with companions Rikku and Paine. On a hunt for spheres, she must unravel the mysteries of hidden messages — but what she doesn't know is that the answers she seeks hold the power to change everything. Experience both thrilling adventures in vibrant high-definition as you work to save Spira from an uncertain fate.

    Features


    Final Fantasy X

    Experience the international versions of and Final Fantasy X-2, available for the first time in North America and remastered in visually stunning high-definition

    Final Fantasy X

    Travel to the world of Spira for the first time in to live the advent of fully voiced characters in a Final Fantasy title that also features amazing visuals and an engrossing story line

    Dive into the immersive story of Tidus, a star blitzball character who is on a quest with the youthful, beautiful summoner Yuna, to finally stop the endless cycle of destruction brought about by the deadly, colossal menace known as Sin

    Final Fantasy X-2

    Return to Spira in the thrilling sequel, , with more addictive gameplay and fast-paced combat

    Travel with High Summoner Yuna and her companions Rikku and Paine as they work to hunt down spheres, uncover hidden messages and unravel mysteries that hold the power to change everything

    Save and share your journey across your PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita systems, so you can continue the adventure wherever you play

    Final Fantasy X-2

    Learn about the events that occur after with the new 30-minute audio drama, which is narrated by your favorite characters and accessible from the title screen at any time

    Enjoy a rich, beautifully remastered soundtrack with high-definition audio, or switch back to the original classic tracks



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 857 reviews

    97%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      this one is buggy but update patch fixes it i hope

      Posted
      DaSoyncere1
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      There are two pretty serious bugs in the PS4 version right now that affect anyone who bought the game. For me and a lot of other players these are game breaking bugs and makes the game unplayable until they are fixed. I'm putting this review up to let people know about them, and you can decide how important the bugs are to you. Again, these only affect the PS4 version. Once these bugs are fixed I will update my rating to be 5 stars because without these bugs this game is awesome, it has a great battle system, sphere grid leveling system, amazing story, unforgettable characters, so many things to do, 200+ hours. Here's the first major bug: The RNG is broken in the PS4 version of this game. This means that if you die against a boss and have to restart the game the boss will do the same exact attacks for the same damage no matter how many times you die, this makes the fights very predictable and therefore easy since you know what is going to come next guaranteed. This same RNG bug also affects random enemy encounters, for normal enemies if you restart the game you will get the same enemies in the same order, and they will do the same attacks, for the same damage, no matter what. Again this makes them very easy and predictable. The RNG bug reportedly also affects drops, but I didn't play enough to find out. Second major bug: The background music will restart from the beginning of the track after every enemy encounter so you are stuck in a constant loop of the first 10 seconds of the song. Very frustrating for a game with such an amazing soundtrack. Like I said in the beginning, this is an amazing game without the bugs, easily on my top 5 games of all time, I'm positive they will eventually patch the game to fix the bugs, but until then it's unplayable to me and I am leaving this 1 star up to let people know so you don't waste your money. I believe in you Square Enix!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great Remaster of a Bad Game

      Posted
      BozzCollin
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      Let me start off by saying that they did a great job remastering this game. I never played this game back when it originally released on PS2. I only just recently bought the PS3 Remaster and then upgraded to the PS4 version, since it's the best version available. I'm not a person that is bent on graphics. I can appreciate any era of video game graphics. This remaster looks fantastic compared to the PS2 version. Onto the most important things, the gameplay, voice acting, systems, story, remaster quality and combat. Voice Acting: I find it to be mostly horrible, except for a few characters. Mainly, I can't stand Tidus one bit. Some characters sound fine, but most are just plain bad. 4/10 Gameplay: Some like it, some hate it. I'm somewhere in between. The animations are good, but it's just not very fun for me. It doesn't have that magic that makes it great and I don't like that my summons have to be controlled and they can die in battle. The game is also very linear and after playing FFVII and FFIX, I just didn't think Final Fantasy should be a linear game with so little freedom. 5/10 Systems: I despise the sphere grid. Give me points and let me build my character in the direction that I want to build them in. Don't force me to take certain paths to and then make me use points to backtrack to get to another skill that I want. It's called a skill tree, or simply learning skills via other methods during gameplay. Sphere Grid is LAME and takes the fun out of building a character. 4/10 Story: I couldn't make myself finish the game, but the story was mostly enjoyable from what I did play. 7/10 Remaster Quality: As I've said, the remaster quality is excellent, top notch, best of the best. For that, 10/10 I would recommend it simply because it's a very popular game and the majority of final fantasy fans like it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      2 Epic Stories, 1 Price

      Posted
      Addle
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      How can I not recommend this epic set? You have FFX which still remains an extremely good title in the series. Not to mention it has some of the coolest music. Zanakard anyone? Then there's X-2, one of the super rare direct sequels to a mainline Final Fantasy title. Please note, these use the Sphere system. It's not the standard, level up and unlock skills. You have to choose what skills to unlock by using spheres dropped by enemies. It can be a grind to get the right spheres for a specific skill. So be prepared. The upscale just looks amazing. Granted, they were originally somewhere near the end of the PS2 so they were already good looking. The PS4 upscale just makes it better. For the low price, you're getting you're money's worth. Both main stories can reach into the 70+ hrs range. That's not including all the side quests, mini games, and secrets you can find. So if you need something to keep you occupied for a long, long time, this is a pretty good option. Especially at this low a price.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Better than PS2, and better than PS3

      Posted
      YoyoThree
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      Final Fantasy X and its sequel are great games that have aged well. They play just as good as they did when they first came out, and maybe even better due to the more stable frame-rate. When the remaster was first brought to PS3, it included updated textures and remodeled characters, as well as a new soundtrack. When it was later remade further for PS4, the textures and character models were given additional work, and both the new and original soundtrack from the PS2 release were included on disc (the PS3 version only had the new, rearranged soundtrack). Of course, it's not all roses. Some NCPs can look a little strange, not being as high-quality as the main characters, but other than a few odd instances here and there the game looks great. Also, the cutscenes and voice overs are starting to show their age, but mostly they hold up well. If you're wondering about which version to buy, this is the one to get. It takes the already amazing PS3 version and makes it even better. There is also a Vita version, which I would only recommend if you wanted to play on the go. Make no mistake, it's better than the original PS2 releases, but not as good as the PS3/4 versions. If you're interested in trying Final Fantasy for the first time (or looking to replay old favorites) this is a good place to start.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The last Great Final Fantasy Game

      Posted
      nocturnalguard
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      Ok first before anyone yells at me, you can not find a fan that loves this series more then me.. as much maybe, but not more. and I say the last great FF game was because it was Turn Based, which most of us fans still prefer, where as you have XV which I loved and would give it a perfect score as well.. it still didn't have the Final Fantasy feel that X did.. and let's just pretend (like most people) that X-2 doesn't exist, I own it because I'm a deranged fan that can't allow myself to miss a FF installment including the online ones.. But this game has great graphics , one of my favorite songs in a game ever, and the story was just great, that's why I hate X-2 it , ruins all that was great about the first one, in order to know the true insult you'll just have to play it and find out for yourself I can't bring myself to bash what I love. it's good that they come together otherwise this would be a different tone.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      It is what it says :)

      Posted
      Nelta
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      this review is based mainly on the HD and new features aspect, not really reviewing the story because it 15 years old so of course it has worse dialog and voice acting than today's standards. All nostalgia for me. FFX HD looks amazing I can see all the details in the statues and buildings in the distance. Things are way more round. Only down side is when the camera gets too close to the characters faces when they are talking it looks a little off. FFX-2 HD looks good too but I honestly can barely tell in this game . I can see finer lines in clothes and it it makes them more 3D. like paine's belt is 3D now and sticking out rather than painted on. New features! FFX : - choice of expert and standard sphere girds - choice of remastered music or original -addive pS4 trophies you want to earn but u realize u have a life and can get them all. FFX-2 : - new dress spheres that the NA version didn't have. The festivalist and psychic -creature creator - battle, lvl, as a fiend. - FFX-2 the last mission mini game at the main menu.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I love these classics

      Posted
      SilentNova
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      While not much different from the ones put on Playstation 3, this particular version does run in 1080p at 60fps. Not really a big deal though. Some I am sure would argue with that, but that is a different story entirely. If you have not played these games yet, you get something a little extra with this release as all the content from the International versions has been added. If you are unfamiliar with the final mixes and second releases done for some Square Enix titles in Japan, we tend to get extra content in the US releases. So in Japan they take the US release and add a little more content while keeping the English VAs and release a second edition in Japan. Now they can just use DLC instead of releasing another copy, but that was not always the case. I feel like any Final Fantasy game, or really any RPG, kind of requires you to personally try it and make your own decisions about it. While some things I dislike about both titles, I enjoy both games. Not a fan of Tidus screaming and not a fan of how you change job classes in X2, but I have beaten both games multiple times and consider them classics.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      FFX = Amazing, FFX-2 = Good

      Posted
      Macedon
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      FFX is an amazing RPG. It's got an incredible story and a pretty deep battle and leveling system (if you choose the expert sphere). It is a fairly linear game unlike a lot of the other older Final Fantasy games but it's not constraining at all, and all areas are interesting and can be explored. You can tell the graphics are from an older game yet they've been updated to be fairly good. The voice acting could be better but is by no means bad. FFX-2 is good but not as amazing as FFX. It has a better battle system but the story is lacking, which is what drove FFX. You'll still enjoy this game if you haven't played it before and like RPGs. If you have played it before or if you haven't played it before, I suggest you get FFX/X-2 HD Remaster just for FFX alone. It is an all time classic and a wonderful game that will keep you glued to the screen for many hours and entertain you in all kinds of ways.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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