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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 447d ago | review

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster Review - The Digital Fix

Some franchises stand the test of time. These giants of our youth stride effortlessly through the world of gaming, barely even acknowledging the changing tides of console generations or the development of industry-shifting technology that inevitably crumbles the moment its fifteen minutes is spent. You’d have to be a fool to claim that Final Fantasy wasn’t one of these franchises, having moved millions of games since 1987 and entertaining gamers from the NES through to iOS, with the PS4 and Xbox One soon to host Square Enix’s latest iteration. No one can forget their first Final Fantasy and everyone has a favourite – and even if you’re one of the legion that offers their soul to FFVII you should still hold a special place in your heart for X. (Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster: Collector’s Edition, PS Vita, PS3) 9/10

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