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Are you as excited as I am? We are TWO days away from launch! Final Fantasy X is my favorite of the Final Fantasy franchise, with VII and IX after that! So, don’t chew my head off for not picking 7 as my favorite. 😛

Since this was my favorite installation, I decided to make sure I’d get the Collector’s Edition! At $80, it seems very well worth it, especially if you’re an avid fan and love the soundtrack (amongst many other wonderful things in this set)! Here is the unboxing courtesy of Square Enix North America (NA):

Pretty darn cool right? Exactly! It’s such an amazing deal too!

Now, here’s the NA Launch Trailer!:

Final Fantasy X was a game I enjoyed as a kid and spent endless hours playing and replaying.  I hold it very near and dear to my heart so you can only imagine the beginnings of my excitement for this HD Remaster.

What are your thoughts so far with this HD Remaster of X and X-2? Would you like to see this treatment for another game? Let us know your thoughts in the comments! I’d love to hear from you.

No GravatarYuna and TidusFor those that are fans of Final Fantasy X and X-2 from the PS2 and awaiting the Final Fantasy X | X-2 Remaster edition for the PS3, there’s apparently some exciting information awaiting us in the interview section of the Ultimania book included in the collection.  The remastered edition has already been released in Japan.

Siliconera translated the interview in Japanese to English. Kazushige Nojima, the Final Fantasy scenario writer, stated that “If there’s enough demand, then we may possibly see new developments” and “I would personally like to see a sequel like X-3.”

As worried as I would be at the quality of a FFX-3, I can’t say that I wouldn’t be excited to play it.  FFX is my favorite game in the Final Fantasy franchise and I enjoyed FFX-2 as cheesy as it was.  I would love to see a return of my favorite characters in some form or fashion within reason of course.

Final Fantasy X | X-2 Remaster will be available in North America on March 18th and in Europe on March 21st.

Siliconera’s translation post can be found here.