The PlayStation Vita version of Final Fantasy 10 / 10-2 HD Remaster launches in Europe on 21st March 2014, Square Enix has announced.

That's the same day as the PlayStation 3 version.

On Vita both games are available in one package. FF10 HD Remaster comes on the Vita gamecard and 10-2 HD Remaster comes via a PlayStation Store download code inside the box.

If you have a PS3 you can get both games on one single disc bundle - also available as a download.

On PS3 there's a Limited Edition exclusive to Europe that includes a 48 page art book. It features cross-save support, PlayStation Trophies and an updated soundtrack.

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