Despite the allusion their name gives to the real-world insect, pyreflies are not depicted as living creatures. Though they have been harnessed to many uses, both good and ill, in their inert form, they appear to lack self-awareness and any identifiable agenda. As such, they are nothing more than an aspect of nature.
“We’re not waiting till nightfall.”
“Then, once we beat Sin, we’re coming back!”
This week’s Jump! issue confirms that the Playstation 3 version of Final Fantasy X’s upcoming HD remaster will be bundled with an HD remaster of its direct sequel, Final Fantasy X-2. As for its Playstation Vita counterpart, both games will be sold separately.
Jump! also confirms both games will be of their PAL/International versions, both of which had been only released in regions outside of North America: Final Fantasy X: International was released in Japan and as the game’s only localized European version; Final Fantasy X-2: International + Last Mission was released only in Japan.
The International version of X includes a completely redesigned sphere grid and the Dark Aeon and Penance superbosses; X-2 International + Last Mission includes gameplay tweaks, three new dresspheres, a Coliseum battle mode, and a special post-script dungeon called Yadonoki Tower.
Retail prices have yet to be announced.
Final Fantasy X HD will be available for Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita later this year.