Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster hits Japanese store shelves on December 26th

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The word is official this time, straight from a Japanese press release if you need any further proof than that. Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster will barely make its promised 2013 release in at least one region this year, and in several flavors to boot.

Based on the original PS2 releases, both Final Fantasy X and X-2 have been remastered for both PlayStation 3 and PS Vita, including revised character models, redone textures, updated music (for the first game anyway) and and extra 30-minute audio drama that follows one year after the events of FFX-2. In addition to that, Square Enix has confirmed both Eternal Calm and Last Mission will make it into the package – hopefully for Western fans as well.

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To prepare for the release – penned in for December 26, 2013 – the game will be available in several different buying options in its home territory:

PS3 Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster
Packaged Version: ¥7140/ Download Version: ¥6400
PS Vita Final Fantasy X HD Remaster
Packaged Version: ¥3900 / Download Version ¥3600
PS Vita Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster
Packaged Version: ¥3900 / Download Version ¥3600
PS Vita Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster TWIN PACK
Packaged Version: ¥7140 \ Download Version ¥6400
PS Vita Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster RESOLUTION BOX (PS Vita + Game Bundle)
Price: ¥27,069

Square Enix is also readying a number of new goods to launch around the same time, including an HD Remaster edition soundtrack on blu-ray disc, updated Ultimania guides, as well as previously announced and detailed Yuna and Tidus Play Arts Kai figures.

A firm release date has yet to be announced for North America or Europe, but localization is well under way and the game is expected to launch “this Winter.” The game’s official website has relaunched here, featuring a sampling of newly arranged music.

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