Archive for category PlayStation Vita
FINAL FANTASY X is back—in HD! First released for the PlayStation®2 system in 2001, and widely acclaimed for its moving story and spectacular graphics, FINAL FANTASY X has now returned in HD for the PlayStation®Vita system. Characters, monsters, and environments have been fine-tuned in HD detail, providing a richer, deeper FINAL FANTASY visual experience. Other new features in the HD version include remastered/rearranged BGM, International Edition content, trophies, and Cross-Save functionality.
One of the most anticipated titles of this year, Final Fantasy X HD Remaster was finally released a few weeks ago. I picked it up on PS Vita, and have been playing it ever since then!
Final Fantasy X (PS2) holds a special place in my heart: I played it way too much when I was unemployed back in 2002, and I completely conquered that game in around 160 hours!
Is the Final Fantasy X HD Remaster worth your time and money? When compared to other HD re-releases, how does the game rank so many years after its original release? Long story short, this game is the best HD remaster I’ve played, and this 13-years old game might even the best RPG available in the PS Vita library!
Yea, I love Final Fantasy X THAT much !!!!!
Did you miss Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 back when it released on the Playstation 2 in 2008? Don’t own a PS Vita to play the awesome Persona 4: Golden version that was released in 2012?
Well, I’ve got some good news! Atlus U.S.A. has announced that the PS2 version of Persona 4 will release on the PSN tuesday! They even stated that the game will release 3 days before the game events, so “super-dedicated players” will have the possibility to relive Persona 4 following the game calendar events!
Monsters have invaded the world of Aterra, and only a few special individuals, imbued with the power of the Star God, are equipped to fight it. With only a small group of warriors and a narrow window of time in which their powers are at their peak, the solution is clear: combine your Star power to make magical Star Children to boost up your forces in battle!
Earlier this week, Atlus USA released the demo of Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars. I downloaded it as soon as it was available, and now I’ll let you know what I thought about it.
The first Conception game was released on the PSP and didn’t get released outside of Japan, so I didn’t really know what to expect from this game, except that it was already announced that Conception looked a lot like the Persona series.
Crunchyroll is a subscription-based anime streaming service. If you’ve never heard of this service yet (and it’s very possible you haven’t), just imagine Netflix, but specializing in anime streaming with English subtitles. This service had been announced a loooooong time ago for the PS Vita, but no news came after said announcement.