Final Fantasy X HD graphics shown in trailer

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It looks like Square-Enix are finally ready to release the highly anticipated Final Fantasy X HD title before the end of the year. The game has been shrouded in mystery for months, but we’re pleased to say that we can finally bring you an official trailer to watch, showing off more glimpses of gameplay and the updated HD graphics conversion from the original PS2 game.

Last week we showed you a new scan from a Japanese magazine, giving you an idea of the update that main character Tidus has received, in the process of transferring the game to HD quality. Now, the video you see above will give you a better idea of how Tidus looks and hopefully a lot of you will be happy with the graphics boost.

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It is nothing mindblowing we have to say, but we’re just pleased that Square-Enix is finally giving out information on the game. This particular trailer is in German, but the full English version should be available during the week. We get to hear the famous To Zanarkand soundtrack playing throughout the clip, while there’s also another reminder that Final Fantasy X-2 is also part of the remaster process as well.

As we’ve already told you, Final Fantasy X2 is going to be included on the PS3 disc, but it will be a separate purchase on the PS Vita unfortunately. There’s still no actual release date for when the game will be out on PS Vita and PS3, but hopefully Square-Enix will reveal it very soon.

Take a look at the new trailer above for yourself and let us know your thoughts on the graphics. Are you slightly disappointed with the HD remaster quality, or satisfied?

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