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The long awaited HD remake is just around the corner. Final Fantasy X and X-2 will be coming out for the PS3 and Vita this year. Square Enix has confirmed that the PS3 version will include both games and will cost $40. The PS Vita versions will be sold individually however prices have not been suggested as of yet.
The best part is that the versions released will be the International versions which were not released in North America. This will add story, sphere grids and super hard bosses known as Dark Aeons to FFX.
SE has stated that they are 70% complete on this project and that they are unsure if the special end mission that was released for FFX-2 will be included as that was a separate project in Japan. Either way, I can see hundreds of hours being put into these games for myself.
It has been 6 years since Blood Money, so if you are asking if this new installment was worth the wait, well, the answer is yes. The man with the iconic barcode tattoo and black suite returns. Hitman Absolution is more personal, more Violent and more gruesome. It will force you to view the world through the eyes of a true predator. What is more lethal than a contracted killer? A contracted killer with a personal vendetta. Agent 47 is the most dangerous man on the planet.
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Watch (arguably) the world’s best assassin suits up for his upcoming debut in Hitman: Absolution. In this trailer, released by Square Enix, Agent 47 uses all tools available for his advantage, blending in through perfectly chosen and sometimes dangerously amusing disguises.
Hitman: Absolution is scheduled for release world wide on November 20th, 2012.
Hey there JRPG fans!
If you haven’t played it yet, Star Ocean: The Last Hope International (2010) is an awesome game that can keep you entertained for a long time (or a very long time if you’re aiming for the Platinum Trophy!).
Star Ocean: The Last Hope International is the fourth entry, and the Star Ocean series prequel. This game has been developed by Square Enix and Tri-Ace and was originally released in 2009 exclusively for the Xbox 360. It has been ported with a few enhancements the following year on the PlayStation 3, as the International version.