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Square Enix Livestream Takes On the Dark Aeons of Final Fantasy X/X2 HD
He pretty much dominates them.
05.09.15 - 2:47 AM

In preparation for the release of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD on the PS4, the North American Square Enix branch held a livestream showing off all the fights against the game's Dark Aeons. The player pretty much puts on a clinic on how to take them all down, and even attempts to take on the super boss Penance. If you want to check out some pretty awesome gameplay then check out the entire video below.

The PS4 version of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD boasts improved visuals over the PS3 version as well as the option to switch back and forth between the remastered soundtrack and the original. It will include Remote Play and Share functionality as well. Don't fret if you already own the PS3 version, as the PS4 version has cross-save feature allowing you to pick up where you left off in the PS3 version.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD is out on May 12th in North America for PlayStation 4. Pre-orders will net you a blitzball dynamic theme. Unfortunately, the very cool "To Zanarkand" theme will not be coming to the west. Also don't forget to check out John's review of the original release of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD on the PlayStation 3 and Vita from last year.


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