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Square Enix: Final Fantasy X HD Not Canned, "Still In The Works"

Posted on Wednesday, October 17 @ 13:23:25 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


JRPG fanatics can rest easy, as Square Enix has confirmed that the HD port of Final Fantasy X has not been scrapped. 1UP got the chance to speak with someone from Square Enix at this year's Tokyo Game Show who confirmed that the game "is still in the works."

Square announced the game at TGS last year, confirming that it would be coming to both the PlayStation Vita and PS3. As for why it's taking them this long to slap a coat of high-def paint over the the game, I can't seem to figure out. Then again, this is Square, the studio that has been dangling Final Fantasy Versus XIII in front of us for over six years.

When it's all said and done, I really hope that this one makes it on the list of Cross Buy titles, as Vita owners could really use a freebie right about now. I truly pity all the fools gamers who shelled out the $250 for that thing on launch day.

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