Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Gets Release Date, New Trailer

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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Gets Release Date, New Trailer

The release date of HD remastered Final Fantasy X/X-2 is delayed to end of winter.

Square Enix put a release date on Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. Previously announced that it would release in winter 2014, the game will just barely meet that date at its North American release date on March 18, 2014. It will hit Europe on March 21. This release is for the PS3, and Square Enix said it will reveal details of the Vita version at a later date.

To go with the release date announcement, another trailer is available for viewing. As expected, the visuals have a serious update to them, but the soundtrack has been remastered as well. Final Fantasy X/X-2 will have full tropy support and cross-save support between the PS3 and Vita versions, so you can play the same save file across the console and the handheld.

Preorders for the limited edition are still available but in limited quantities. The limited edition includes exclusive concept artbook packaging. People who preordered the regular edition can upgrade to the limited edition for free while supplies last. For those who want a digital version, the game will also be released through the PlayStation Network on the same day the physical game launches.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 launches first in Japan on Dec. 26. The HD remaster includes the international version of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 and leave Japan for the first time. Square Enix's next game in the series, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII launches Feb. 11, 2014 for North America and Nov. 21, 2013 in Japan.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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I am actualy going to be able to buy a Final Fantasy game and know I will enjoy it? What a strange feeling that is. It has been so long.

That being said I am still pissed off about one thing. Where is my release date for the UK Square Enix! I really don't what to have to import this for the US.

reminds me i should dust off my old ps2 i never did complete final fantasy 10

Remember back in May when they said the game would be out soon?
Then it will be out next year. Fuck Sqaure Enix.

Please let them fix the voice acting in the dreaded laughing scene, I always turned my TV off for a minute during that cutscene. Also this is probably my biggest reason to get a PS3.

I'm going to get this game for some reason. Even though FFX was way more linear than it needed to be, even though the voice acting is all over the place (some very good, some very bad), even though I already own it on PS2, and even though I have no interest whatsoever in FFX-2, I'll get it.

I'm such a chump.

P.S. Thanks

Yes! Awesome, I'm so looking forward to this. If only this was coming to PS4's PSN...

FinalDream:
Yes! Awesome, I'm so looking forward to this. If only this was coming to PS4's PSN...

That's my thought. Square would have to be crazy to not be making a PS4 version also. But Square IS crazy, so...

Oh well, by the time there's actually a PS4 for me to buy maybe they'll have changed their mind.

Welp, looks like I get to restart my FF X International Let's Play next year then. Now to only finish the games I have now...>.>

Still not understanding why they remaster the game right after the great game after the decently good one when everyone was expecting another decent-great one but got mediocrity instead and also waste resources on its sequel whose existence even hardcore fans deny.
Wasn't SE in deep financial trouble or something?
I don't think they can afford to troll what's left of their fanbase like that.

Xan Krieger:
Please let them fix the voice acting in the dreaded laughing scene, I always turned my TV off for a minute during that cutscene. Also this is probably my biggest reason to get a PS3.

Trust me, its just as bad if not worse in the Japanese version (sounds like a crow choking to death) Is meant to sound awkward as fuck, it was the entire point. A change in voice acting (which there won't be) will make no difference.

I have no PS3 (might pick one up since they will be dirt cheap during the holidays) and I really want to cross buy this with the Vita. I really want to play X/X-2 again.

This might finally be enough to get me to pick up a Vita, since before the only game on it I really wanted was P4G. I've wanted to play FFX for quite some time, just never got around to it. FFIX's fantasy world was always so much more inviting to me.

Xan Krieger:
Please let them fix the voice acting in the dreaded laughing scene, I always turned my TV off for a minute during that cutscene. Also this is probably my biggest reason to get a PS3.

You do know that forced laughter was intended for that scene, don't you?

My god, when will people realize that the scene did what it set out to do.

Oh dear god, why the hell would anyone want to relive those travesties again? And here I literally just finished watching Spoony rip these games to shreds - and rightfully so - by pointing out how horrible the plots behind them are and how FFX-2 basically takes FFX's already plothole-riddled corpses and perforates it with even MORE plotholes...and horrendous gameplay.

Why don't they remaster some of the GOOD Final Fantasy games? Like how about doing a remake of 4 or 6? Or hell, ANY of the FF's 1-6? Seriously, I think I hate Square more than I hate Blizzard at this point. At least Blizzard is just a giant bag of dicks due to business practices, Square actively tramples on the nostalgic games I played as a kid with each god-awful FF game they put out.

Put simply: FFX and FFX-2 are the reason I finally gave up on the franchise all together.

The ONLY good thing that I can say about Square is that they make some damn spectacular cutscene animations.

WeepingAngels:

Xan Krieger:
Please let them fix the voice acting in the dreaded laughing scene, I always turned my TV off for a minute during that cutscene. Also this is probably my biggest reason to get a PS3.

You do know that forced laughter was intended for that scene, don't you?

My god, when will people realize that the scene did what it set out to do.

That doesn't change the fact that said scene has been known to cause bleeding from the ears in many players. The voice acting, in general, was atrocious in FFX, and only got worse in X-2.

RJ 17:
Oh dear god, why the hell would anyone want to relive those travesties again? And here I literally just finished watching Spoony rip these games to shreds - and rightfully so - by pointing out how horrible the plots behind them are and how FFX-2 basically takes FFX's already plothole-riddled corpses and perforates it with even MORE plotholes...and horrendous gameplay.

Why don't they remaster some of the GOOD Final Fantasy games? Like how about doing a remake of 4 or 6? Or hell, ANY of the FF's 1-6? Seriously, I think I hate Square more than I hate Blizzard at this point. At least Blizzard is just a giant bag of dicks due to business practices, Square actively tramples on the nostalgic games I played as a kid with each god-awful FF game they put out.

Put simply: FFX and FFX-2 are the reason I finally gave up on the franchise all together.

The ONLY good thing that I can say about Square is that they make some damn spectacular cutscene animations.

What's wrong with the story of X? I enjoyed it. Also I think some of the earlier FF (the ones that weren't in 3D) got/are being released on PSN, and I'm pretty sure some are on the android store as well.

RJ 17:
That doesn't change the fact that said scene has been known to cause bleeding from the ears in many players. The voice acting, in general, was atrocious in FFX, and only got worse in X-2.

Unfortunately FF X was still in the time in which voice acting really wasn't that good in video games. I agree, the scene is terrible, but I don't think they're gonna change it really since they reuse the old audio clips from the original game anyway in these HD remakes.
They might have to though if the same thing that happened to Final Mix happened to FF X and X-2. (the original developer data for KH Final Mix was mostly lost and they had to work from the near ground up when making that one HD)

So many conflicting reports about these games! I was thinking about getting these since I'll probably have a Vita by then, but paying fullmprice gor a gane I might not like frightens me dearly. Are these atleast packaged together, or are they sold separately?

Mcoffey:
So many conflicting reports about these games! I was thinking about getting these since I'll probably have a Vita by then, but paying fullmprice gor a gane I might not like frightens me dearly. Are these atleast packaged together, or are they sold separately?

From what I know, PS3 version is a bundle. Don't know aboit Vita one.
As for the game itself, I'll say like this:
It is still one of my favorite games. I greatly enjoyed it during all 6 of my playthroughs. It has flaws, like absolutely everything. But still it has my favorite female character, one of my favorite stories and battle systems. Even the infamous laughing scene is fine by me, because it is SUPPOSED to be awkward.
What I mean is that for many this game is bad, but for many more it is their favorite game. Try it yourself.

VMK:

Mcoffey:
So many conflicting reports about these games! I was thinking about getting these since I'll probably have a Vita by then, but paying fullmprice gor a gane I might not like frightens me dearly. Are these atleast packaged together, or are they sold separately?

From what I know, PS3 version is a bundle. Don't know aboit Vita one.
As for the game itself, I'll say like this:
It is still one of my favorite games. I greatly enjoyed it during all 6 of my playthroughs. It has flaws, like absolutely everything. But still it has my favorite female character, one of my favorite stories and battle systems. Even the infamous laughing scene is fine by me, because it is SUPPOSED to be awkward.
What I mean is that for many this game is bad, but for many more it is their favorite game. Try it yourself.

I was never too worried about the laughing part. It's one scene in a bajillion hour game that I can always mute if it gets too cringey. I'll definiteky look into it, especially if they're bundled. If they arent, does X tell a complete story, or will I need both for any kind of conclusion?

This thread is plagued with spoony-tards...

The laughing was forced
the acting was good.
The story was unique and fun
The gameplay was enjoyable
The villain was intimidating

DEAL WITH IT! It was a good game! Why can't people understand this?

FinalDream:
Yes! Awesome, I'm so looking forward to this. If only this was coming to PS4's PSN...

It might be on Gaikai, which Sony said should be up and running sometime in early 2014, so if you don't have a problem with game streaming, there's your FFX for PS4.

RJ 17:

WeepingAngels:

Xan Krieger:
Please let them fix the voice acting in the dreaded laughing scene, I always turned my TV off for a minute during that cutscene. Also this is probably my biggest reason to get a PS3.

You do know that forced laughter was intended for that scene, don't you?

My god, when will people realize that the scene did what it set out to do.

That doesn't change the fact that said scene has been known to cause bleeding from the ears in many players. The voice acting, in general, was atrocious in FFX, and only got worse in X-2.

Never heard of anyone bleeding from the ears. You sure you want to use the word "fact" here? I was thinking hyperbole would work better.

Captcha: Escapist must be crazy to think I am going to willingly type an ad slogan.

CharrHearted:
This thread is plagued with spoony-tards...

The laughing was forced
the acting was good.
The story was unique and fun
The gameplay was enjoyable
The villain was intimidating

DEAL WITH IT! It was a good game! Why can't people understand this?

..because they had too much Hatorade.

WeepingAngels:

RJ 17:

WeepingAngels:

You do know that forced laughter was intended for that scene, don't you?

My god, when will people realize that the scene did what it set out to do.

That doesn't change the fact that said scene has been known to cause bleeding from the ears in many players. The voice acting, in general, was atrocious in FFX, and only got worse in X-2.

Never heard of anyone bleeding from the ears. You sure you want to use the word "fact" here? I was thinking hyperbole would work better.

Oh I just love the people that take every single word written on the internet to be 100% literal. God forbid someone use hyperbole, exaggeration, sarcasm, or even a simple jest without people coming back "I WANT PROOF! DON'T SAY THAT UNLESS YOU CAN BACK IT UP!"

I submit that such people have even less of a life than I do if they can't see a literary device without it being specifically labeled as such...and that's truly saying something because I've no life whatsoever.

CharrHearted:
The laughing was forced

That doesn't change the fact that the laughing scene is still god awful.

the acting was good.

Subjective opinion is subjective, and there are a lot of people who disagree with your opinion in this case.

The story was unique and fun

Unique? Not really, but then again nothing really is these days. But a corrupt theocracy abusing its power over the blind people of the world in worship to a false god which actually kills those who worship it is not a unique story. Fun? Again, your subjective opinion. Personally I found the story to be exceedingly too linear for my tastes. I found the characters to be one-dimensional, the over-use of Yuna being kidnapped just to force the plot from one point to another got very tiresome as well.

The gameplay was enjoyable

Well the battle system was enjoyable, I'll give you that at least. I'd argue that the sphere grid was a lame level-up system though.

The villain was intimidating

Which one? Sin? Sure, a giant city-obliterating flying sea monster would be pretty intimidating if it couldn't be taken down by a guy throwing dodgeballs at it's fin. If you're talking about the true villain, that being Yevon, I'm sorry but you're just flat-out wrong in this case, that or VERY easily intimidated. I'm sorry, but I don't find a main boss fight in which it's literally impossible to lose unless you kill your own party twice to be a very intimidating main boss fight.

DEAL WITH IT! It was a good game! Why can't people understand this?

I love it when people use the "deal with it!" argument. It didn't work for the guys trying to convince us that the XBone as originally announced was. What that really says is "I know my argument amounts to a pile of beans and therefor isn't very convincing at all, but I'm still right, damnit!" The game was terrible, in my opinion, and was in fact the half of the reason I gave up on the Final Fantasy franchise...with X-2 being the other half. Not everyone is going to consider your favorite game to be god's gift to RPGs. Why can't people understand this?

This thread is plagued with spoony-tards...

Spoony brings up plenty of perfectly valid criticisms, and as I mentioned your "deal with it!" comment does absolutely nothing to take away from the validity of his criticisms. That said, you're perfectly entitled to enjoying the game as much as you want. Honestly. I'm happy you enjoy the game so much. The moral of the story is that you shouldn't give a damn what people have to say about a product that you enjoy, because they certainly don't (or shouldn't) give a damn that you enjoy it.

I wrote this response not because I care that you like it, but simply because I can't stand the "deal with it" argument.

And to prove to Weeping Angel that I have no life. :P

NightHawk21:
What's wrong with the story of X? I enjoyed it. Also I think some of the earlier FF (the ones that weren't in 3D) got/are being released on PSN, and I'm pretty sure some are on the android store as well.

This response is getting big enough as it is, so I'll just touch on some of the major points.

-After watching Sin completely wipe out a city, they decide to take a break from their pilgrimage to go to a frickin' Blitz Ball tournament...you'd think after seeing Sin's destructive power first-hand they'd be more determined than ever to finish their pilgrimage.
-Seymour is a horribly transparent villain with a ridiculous motivation. "I want to kill everyone and destroy the world! That way no one will have to suffer again!" That and he's apparently one of the unsent dead. The heroes find this out about the same time they finally realize he's a villain...shouldn't a simple sending dance remove him as a threat? Don't they have plenty of chances to send him upon realizing he's an evil unsent dead person? Why don't they ever send him? For that matter, why isn't Tidus sent while he watches Yuna do the first sending dance?
-Despite the fact that the use of machines is strictly forbidden by the church, you still encounter plenty of church-based enemies using machines.
-Everything that happens up until you get to Zanarkand is a flashback as Tidus is telling the story.......to all the people he's been traveling with who have therefor experienced everything he just talked about first-hand.
-No one throughout the entire story calls Tidus by his name. He never actually introduces himself at any point. This is due to the fact that you get to actually name him however you like, but for all intents and purposes this means that he's still just a no-name stranger to the rest of the group. This means that ostensibly Yuna gives her away virginity during the crystal forest sex-scene to some guy whose name she doesn't even know.
-Tidus' identity gets even more muddled up when you try to reconcile who/what the hell he's supposed to be with relation to Shuyin from FFX-2

I'd say that's about enough for now.

RJ 17:
Oh I just love the people that take every single word written on the internet to be 100% literal. God forbid someone use hyperbole, exaggeration, sarcasm, or even a simple jest without people coming back "I WANT PROOF! DON'T SAY THAT UNLESS YOU CAN BACK IT UP!"

I submit that such people have even less of a life than I do if they can't see a literary device without it being specifically labeled as such...and that's truly saying something because I've no life whatsoever.

Use hyperbole, but claim it's a fact, get called out for it.

I submit that most of use have been hearing about the laughing scene or over a decade and we are just fuckin' sick of it. Let me say it again for those who can't fuckin figure it out:

The laughing scene was intended to feel forced and uncomfortable, it worked as intended.

WeepingAngels:

RJ 17:
Oh I just love the people that take every single word written on the internet to be 100% literal. God forbid someone use hyperbole, exaggeration, sarcasm, or even a simple jest without people coming back "I WANT PROOF! DON'T SAY THAT UNLESS YOU CAN BACK IT UP!"

I submit that such people have even less of a life than I do if they can't see a literary device without it being specifically labeled as such...and that's truly saying something because I've no life whatsoever.

Use hyperbole, but claim it's a fact, get called out for it.

I submit that most of use have been hearing about the laughing scene or over a decade and we are just fuckin' sick of it. Let me say it again for those who can't fuckin figure it out:

The laughing scene was intended to feel forced and uncomfortable, it worked as intended.

Or the word "fact" could have been part of the hyperbole? *GASP!* NO! That's not possible! The word "fact" can never be used in a figurative sense!!!!

And what's with the temper? You're almost acting as though the very "sound" of my words is grating on your nerves and annoying you to the point of cussing despite the fact that they're just doing what they're intended to do: convey the point of my side of this discussion. Kinda like how a certain scene from a certain RPG can grate on people's nerves and annoy them to the point of hyperbolically claiming it makes their ears bleed.

RJ 17:

WeepingAngels:

RJ 17:
Oh I just love the people that take every single word written on the internet to be 100% literal. God forbid someone use hyperbole, exaggeration, sarcasm, or even a simple jest without people coming back "I WANT PROOF! DON'T SAY THAT UNLESS YOU CAN BACK IT UP!"

I submit that such people have even less of a life than I do if they can't see a literary device without it being specifically labeled as such...and that's truly saying something because I've no life whatsoever.

Use hyperbole, but claim it's a fact, get called out for it.

I submit that most of use have been hearing about the laughing scene or over a decade and we are just fuckin' sick of it. Let me say it again for those who can't fuckin figure it out:

The laughing scene was intended to feel forced and uncomfortable, it worked as intended.

Or the word "fact" could have been part of the hyperbole? *GASP!* NO! That's not possible! The word "fact" can never be used in a figurative sense!!!!

And what's with the temper? You're almost acting as though the very "sound" of my words is grating on your nerves and annoying you to the point of cussing despite the fact that they're just doing what they're intended to do: convey the point of my side of this discussion. Kinda like how a certain scene from a certain RPG can grate on people's nerves and annoy them to the point of hyperbolically claiming it makes their ears bleed.

My temper is fine. I guess you just can't explain some things to some people. I hope the re-release doesn't spawn another decade of whining about a scene that turned out as it was intended.

WeepingAngels:

RJ 17:

WeepingAngels:

Use hyperbole, but claim it's a fact, get called out for it.

I submit that most of use have been hearing about the laughing scene or over a decade and we are just fuckin' sick of it. Let me say it again for those who can't fuckin figure it out:

The laughing scene was intended to feel forced and uncomfortable, it worked as intended.

Or the word "fact" could have been part of the hyperbole? *GASP!* NO! That's not possible! The word "fact" can never be used in a figurative sense!!!!

And what's with the temper? You're almost acting as though the very "sound" of my words is grating on your nerves and annoying you to the point of cussing despite the fact that they're just doing what they're intended to do: convey the point of my side of this discussion. Kinda like how a certain scene from a certain RPG can grate on people's nerves and annoy them to the point of hyperbolically claiming it makes their ears bleed.

My temper is fine. I guess you just can't explain some things to some people. I hope the re-release doesn't spawn another decade of whining about a scene that turned out as it was intended.

Indeed, I guess you really can't explain some things to some people. I believe we're done here, have a pleasant evening. :)

I'll be picking this up for sure. Never played the originals but always wanted to, and I need more games for my Vita.

RJ 17:
This response is getting big enough as it is, so I'll just touch on some of the major points.

Usually I would say getting into a discussion about the merits and failings of an FF game on the internet is a foolish effort BUT since this is my favourite game and I'm getting excited about the HD rerelease I'm going to try and make a few counter points:

rees263:

RJ 17:
This response is getting big enough as it is, so I'll just touch on some of the major points.

Usually I would say getting into a discussion about the merits and failings of an FF game on the internet is a foolish effort BUT since this is my favourite game and I'm getting excited about the HD rerelease I'm going to try and make a few counter points:

I'm really sorry, but I just can't be bothered to read that because as you pointed out is perfectly true: it's foolish to argue merits and failings of an FF game - or any game, for that matter - on the internet and expect to get anywhere. So like I told CharrHearted: I'm perfectly happy with the fact that you enjoy the game. Good for you, my friend. The only point to my side of the discussion is for people to understand and accept why some people say that it's a terrible game. My opinion on the matter clearly hasn't ruined how much you enjoy the game, and by all rights it shouldn't because I'm just some random jackass on the internet. As I said before in this topic: FFX and FFX-2 are specifically why I stopped giving a damn about the franchise and haven't played a single game since. The general opinion of people that have played FF games beyond X and X-2 would seem to indicate that I really haven't been missing much at all.

For context, you could call me a Gen-1 FF player. I was there back in the day when the first one was released back on the NES. I grew up playing FFII and FFIII (4 and 6, respectively) when they first came out on the SNES. Those are the games that I consider the "classics", the "golden age" of the franchise. Because I grew up with those games, I consider what the series has become - as exemplified in FFX and FFX-2 - to be a complete bastardization of the series.

So it very well could simply be an age-bias thing, but you'll never convince me that any FF beyond 7 (with the exception of the original FFTactics) was as good as the FF's before 7. And for that matter, while FF7 was certainly enjoyable, I wouldn't consider it God's Gift to the Franchise that everyone makes it out to be.

RJ 17:

For context, you could call me a Gen-1 FF player. I was there back in the day when the first one was released back on the NES. I grew up playing FFII and FFIII (4 and 6, respectively) when they first came out on the SNES. Those are the games that I consider the "classics", the "golden age" of the franchise. Because I grew up with those games, I consider what the series has become - as exemplified in FFX and FFX-2 - to be a complete bastardization of the series.

So it very well could simply be an age-bias thing, but you'll never convince me that any FF beyond 7 (with the exception of the original FFTactics) was as good as the FF's before 7. And for that matter, while FF7 was certainly enjoyable, I wouldn't consider it God's Gift to the Franchise that everyone makes it out to be.

In some ways I'm jealous of you - I grew up on the wrong side of both the 80s and the Atlantic to play any Final Fantasy before 7. Maybe that affects my enjoyment. I'm only playing FF6 for the first time now and I'm loving it. Having said that I know people who look at 16 bit graphics and want nothing to do with it.

Don't like FFX, but glad that its many fans are getting this. And hey, it's one step closer to my long-awaited FFXII-HD.

rees263:

RJ 17:

For context, you could call me a Gen-1 FF player. I was there back in the day when the first one was released back on the NES. I grew up playing FFII and FFIII (4 and 6, respectively) when they first came out on the SNES. Those are the games that I consider the "classics", the "golden age" of the franchise. Because I grew up with those games, I consider what the series has become - as exemplified in FFX and FFX-2 - to be a complete bastardization of the series.

So it very well could simply be an age-bias thing, but you'll never convince me that any FF beyond 7 (with the exception of the original FFTactics) was as good as the FF's before 7. And for that matter, while FF7 was certainly enjoyable, I wouldn't consider it God's Gift to the Franchise that everyone makes it out to be.

In some ways I'm jealous of you - I grew up on the wrong side of both the 80s and the Atlantic to play any Final Fantasy before 7. Maybe that affects my enjoyment. I'm only playing FF6 for the first time now and I'm loving it. Having said that I know people who look at 16 bit graphics and want nothing to do with it.

And that's what I'm getting at. I fully understand that there's fans like yourself who grew up playing 7, 8, 9, etc so they really don't have a basis for comparison like the people who grew up playing 1,2(4), and 3(6).

FF6 is indeed a fantastic game. Great story, fun characters, good setting, easy to understand level-up system. The only one I like better than that would be FF4. Unlike current iterations, you don't actually get to pick your party members. Some party members come and go as the game progresses so your party set-up actually plays a part in the story.

But yeah, that's really where my frustration comes from with regards to the more "recent" installments of the series. They've completely moved away from what the game used to be like and for some of us "dinosaurs" that grew up with the original thing when it first came out, we don't really like what we see.

As for the people who sneer at 16 bit, I still argue that one of the things that made the older games better is the fact that they didn't have dazzling visual cinematic scenes to impress you. What gripped you was the story itself.

Oh and since you mentioned that you're just now playing FF6, here's a tip: if you haven't already made it past the floating island, when you're making your escape from there it'll give you an option to jump or wait. Make sure you pick to wait, then just stand there at the jump point and wait. Just to be safe I always pick wait, take a step away, then step back to the jump-point and pick wait again because the wait message says something else that may or may not affect the outcome. Just be sure to wait though. :3

Mcoffey:

VMK:

Mcoffey:
So many conflicting reports about these games! I was thinking about getting these since I'll probably have a Vita by then, but paying fullmprice gor a gane I might not like frightens me dearly. Are these atleast packaged together, or are they sold separately?

From what I know, PS3 version is a bundle. Don't know aboit Vita one.
As for the game itself, I'll say like this:
It is still one of my favorite games. I greatly enjoyed it during all 6 of my playthroughs. It has flaws, like absolutely everything. But still it has my favorite female character, one of my favorite stories and battle systems. Even the infamous laughing scene is fine by me, because it is SUPPOSED to be awkward.
What I mean is that for many this game is bad, but for many more it is their favorite game. Try it yourself.

I was never too worried about the laughing part. It's one scene in a bajillion hour game that I can always mute if it gets too cringey. I'll definiteky look into it, especially if they're bundled. If they arent, does X tell a complete story, or will I need both for any kind of conclusion?

No, no, no. As a guy who played both, I can assure you that you don't need X-2 for a completed story. What do you think it is, FFXIII?

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