After last week’s coverage, Famitsu has covered the HD remasters of Final Fantasy X and X-2 once again this week, giving us new information about these two games. A debut trailer was also unveiled yesterday, giving us the first real taste of the game. The trailer only showed Final Fantasy X though, making people speculate that work on X-2 is still underway and nothing can be shown as of now.
The Japanese version of both games will have a dual language option: players will be able to enjoy the game with both Japanese and English dialogues. This was almost a given, since the remasters are based on the International versions which came with English voices and Japanese text. It’s still unknown if the North American and European versions will have the same option.
All pre-rendered movies from the Ps2 versions are now in HD and look a lot better; real time graphics look better than the Ps2 versions as well, with texture quality improvements. Even sound quality will have a boost.
Famitsu also explains why the PsVita versions of FFX and FFX-2 are coming separately: apparently it’s because both games are unable to fit in a single PsVita gamecard.
A cross-save function is also under consideration: with the game being 70% complete, there’s still some time for some extra features.