Well, this is a bit of a surprise: The Vita gets Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster
on the same day as the PS3. The $40 Vita version looked set for an extended delay after being left out of last month's release date announcement
, but Square Enix revealed today that the PS2 remakes hit both systems on March 18, 2014 in North America, and March 21 in Europe.
If you're the kind of Spira-nut who's getting both versions, the good news for you is the game supports cross-saving, meaning you can pick up your Vita progress when switching to PS3, and vice versa. A word of warning on the physical version: the Vita cartridge includes Final Fantasy X
, and a voucher to download Final Fantasy X-2
from the PlayStation Store - the PS3 disc will have both games on it. The two remasters are also coming to the PlayStation Store in a combo pack.
Square Enix also announced a PS3 Collector's Edition today, featuring a 40-page hardcover art book, a FFX HD Remaster
soundtrack, and five art lithographs. The CE's going at the price of $80, and it's available only at Square Enix's online store