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The proud lands of Spira once stood tall and righteous. However, Sin was soon cast upon that flourishing land, its past virtues festering. When a band of travelers take upon themselves the burden of heroes, their conflicts with each another prove to be nothing compared to the obstacles in which they will face to defeat Sin.
Square Enix recently announced the creation of its own Japanese budget series, called "Ultimate Hits", which will feature the re-release of some the Playstation 2 best-sellers, including Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2, Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Final Mix, and a fantastic boxed set of the former two titles. Individually priced at 2,800 yen ($25.25 USD), the line will be available come September 8th.
Square-Enix has announced the committal of six titles that will, by December, be available for Sony's Greatest Hits line of discount titles under $20. The games now included are Final Fantasy X, Kingdom Hearts, Xenogears, Vagrant Story, and Final Fantasys Anthology and Chronicles.1
Atari, the European publisher of Squenix titles, has announced that it will be releasing Unlimited Saga: Collector's Edition because the game obviously got so slammed by critics that no one will want to buy it unless they release it with the specified Bonus Disc containing the Final Fantasy X Eternal Calm movie (retitled as "Final Fantasy X-2 Prologue"). Eternal Calm is a 14 minute long movie that was previously available on the Japanese version of FFX International. The contents of the disc have been remastered and are in English with five different languages available in subtitles.1