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  • Summary: Two RPGs - Now in High Definition. Over 200 hours of gameplay, including the International version content never before released in North America. Relive the fateful journey with fully remastered HD visuals and rearranged music.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 26 out of 30
  2. Negative: 0 out of 30
  1. May 12, 2015
    93
    Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is already great way to play these classic RPGs on the PS3 and Vita, and the even prettier PlayStation 4 version comes with the visual improvements you’d expect for the new-generation platform.
  2. May 18, 2015
    90
    Despite remastering a remaster, this game has a lot to offer, with two adventures that are still worth playing. Besides that, solves almost every problem on the original HD Remaster, making a perfect hit.
  3. May 20, 2015
    90
    Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for PS4 is the best version of the classic that you will find but the changes from the PS3 last year remaster are not enough to make us buy it again, despite the graphical improvements and the inclusion of the Uematsu original soundtrack.
  4. May 22, 2015
    85
    Amongst all the controversy on the possible oversaturation of HD remasters in the gaming industry, I feel this is one that deserved the treatment and more importantly, was executed competently.
  5. May 28, 2015
    84
    Still two great games, but the PS3 version is $30 cheaper.
  6. Jun 1, 2015
    80
    Still excellent, still worthy of a purchase... if you haven't already bought the PS3/PS Vita release, that is.
  7. Jun 4, 2015
    50
    We're expected to value high-definition treatment of pop video games, so the question of how Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster looks seems redundant. The real question involves whether Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 deserve attention more than a decade after their release.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 30 out of 40
  2. Negative: 4 out of 40
  1. Nov 12, 2017
    10
    Final Fantasy X is definitely the most Final Fantasy-like game. It mixes old concepts like the old JRPG turn system and new, interestingFinal Fantasy X is definitely the most Final Fantasy-like game. It mixes old concepts like the old JRPG turn system and new, interesting concepts like interchanging characters while in the middle of a battle. The PS4 version is the best way right now to play Final Fantasy X, and I would love to have more classic FFs on the PS Store other than VII and IX. Having X-2 there is more of an interesting side-thingy, because I at least would've payed full price for just the main FFX game in HD with remade music. Expand
  2. Sep 12, 2015
    10
    The RNG and soundtrack issues have been fixed with the latest patch. PS4 version is the best version available. The only issues are theThe RNG and soundtrack issues have been fixed with the latest patch. PS4 version is the best version available. The only issues are the changes to Tidus and Yuna's face over the original designs. Expand
  3. May 12, 2015
    10
    For all the people complaining about a more expensive PS4 version when there already is a PS3 and Vita Remaster... Let me remind you that someFor all the people complaining about a more expensive PS4 version when there already is a PS3 and Vita Remaster... Let me remind you that some people (like me) don't have a PS3 or Vita, but we do have a PS4. So, I am more than happy that they released this on PS4. One of the best JRPGs of all time, plus its sequel, and the extra international version content. (Oh, and being able to switch between the new and original soundtrack is always a plus). 10/10 Expand
  4. Oct 21, 2019
    9
    Wasn't a big fan of X-2 but loved the remake of X coming to the PS4. Picked it up while it was on sale since i've replayed it multiple timesWasn't a big fan of X-2 but loved the remake of X coming to the PS4. Picked it up while it was on sale since i've replayed it multiple times on the PS3. From the battle schematics to the sphere grid everything was just perfect in a sense that you would gain from a Final Fantasy game. Not to mention being able to switch out characters whenever you wanted to and playing Blitz Ball. Nothing really negative to say about the game to be honest. Music and dialogue is perfect and trying to obtain all the ultima weapons/completing the sphere grid/max level you can easily sink all your time into this game. highly recommend Expand
  5. Apr 28, 2018
    8
    One of my favourite Final Fantasy! In my opinion this was the last good Final Fantasy in the series. I was so happy that I get to play itOne of my favourite Final Fantasy! In my opinion this was the last good Final Fantasy in the series. I was so happy that I get to play it again but this time on the PS4 Expand
  6. Dec 22, 2018
    7
    ** OVERALL 7.5/10 ** Gameplay 7/10 - Creativity 7/10 - Music 8/10 - Visuals 8/10 - Characters 9/10 - Plotline 7/10 - Emotional Engagement 7/10** OVERALL 7.5/10 ** Gameplay 7/10 - Creativity 7/10 - Music 8/10 - Visuals 8/10 - Characters 9/10 - Plotline 7/10 - Emotional Engagement 7/10 - Replayability 6*/10 - Difficulty 7*/10

    Overall, not a bad FF. Better than IX but not my favorite. While some of the characters started out a little weak, they were all pretty strong by the end. Decent visuals and music, though not spectacular. The Sphere Grid thing is a neat gimmick. Weirdly, for a game all about summoning, I almost never used my summons. I also wasn't tempted to do any side quests, I went straight for the end. There might be some replayability in that I might go back to do the post-game stuff eventually, though I suspect not.

    Overall the game is pretty easy, even without grinding. Though every once in a while, an area has oddly powerful monsters and they take you by surprise, a few even killed me. So, it was a bit of a weird difficulty ramp. By the end, the last dungeon had very annoying monsters, so I found a No-Encounters item and equipped it and skipped all combat. The major difficulty spike is the end boss. Not any of the lead-ins to the endboss, but the real one. After a bunch of pushovers, all of a sudden one that will not only kick your ass, but unfairly and randomly, and then make you wade through the end of the dungeon, a very annoying scavenger hunt, and then a long and unskippable cutscene, over and over. I had to go through it twice, and almost a third time.

    If you've played the other FF's of the modern era, this is as good, with some better and some mediocre elements. But worth a shot. Glad I went back for it. Not sure if I'll ever play it again, but it was fun.
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  7. Nov 19, 2019
    0
    An absurdly mediocre game with hardly any merits to it. I tuned out after the sad violin played out for the 30th time for the littlest ofAn absurdly mediocre game with hardly any merits to it. I tuned out after the sad violin played out for the 30th time for the littlest of things. A sea of unearned emotions. Expand

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