Final Fantasy X’s Tidus and Yuna Rekindle Their Classic Romance for Valentine’s Day

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The Final Fantasy franchise’s greatest love story takes center stage today as Square Enix celebrates the everlasting romance between Tidus and Yuna with a new Valentine’s Day trailer for Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. Aren’t they just the sweetest gaming couple?

In other news, Square Enix has also announced a new pre-order incentive for the PlayStation Vita version of the remade Final Fantasy X combo pack. Early adopters will receive three bonus art cards with their pre-purchased retail copy. Those are nice, but if you crave more collectable art you’re going to have to pony up $80 to get the art book and five lithographs only found in the PS3 collector’s edition.

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Speaking of artwork, Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles, CA will be hosting a Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster gallery exhibit to celebrate the game’s March 18th launch. The exhibit is scheduled to run from March 15th through March 26th, with proceeds from sold artwork to be donated to the ongoing Typhoon Haiyan relief effort.

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Attendees of the opening reception will be first in line to buy the game, three days prior to its official launch. The first 300 attendees will also receive special door prizes. Producer Yoshinori Kitase and Art Director Yusuke Naora will be on hand to autograph the first 200 copies sold, while playable game kiosks and a themed photo booth are sure to add even more fun and excitement to the event.

Sounds like a launch event you won’t want to miss if you’re a Final Fantasy fan.

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