An HD version of PS2 RPG Final Fantasy X is on its way to PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3, Square Enix has revealed.

No release date was confirmed during the announcement at Sony's TGS presser today.

Square also unveiled two new IPs for Vita: an action RPG called Lord of Apocalypse which features multiplayer for up to four users, and Army Corps of Hell, in which you'll be slicing your way through 100 different types of goblin in an effort to regain "hegemony of hell". Both will be out at launch.

No trailers were shown, but apparently they're on the TGS show floor. Look for more news when we've had a chance to check them out.

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