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Quick Question about the Western Final Fantasy X/-2 Switch release.

Mendinso

Member
Oct 25, 2017
1,698
This probably could be answered in the dedicated thread, but I figured it'd be quicker to ask here.

1. If I were to just get the digital release of the HD Collection, is it one game "file", or is it split up like the Physical release and two separate games?

2. Do either versions (physical or digital) have Japanese Language option, via System Menu? I know audio language is locked to game language (Western/European Translation, English audio. Japanese/Korean/Chinese all being Japanese audio), but was wondering if I can still change via the system language.

I'm likely gonna get the digital version, regardless, given the odd nature of the western Physical release, but I just thought I'd ask.
 

Pikagreg

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Feb 5, 2018
135
The Asia release has multiple language options and both games built into the cart and isn't too expensive if you want to stay physical.
 
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Mendinso

Mendinso

Member
Oct 25, 2017
1,698
Keep in mind that the language in the Asian version is based on your system language. You'll be able to hear the Japanese audio, but everything else will be in Japanese as well.
I'm aware, 100%. Already mentioned about that in the top post.

So anyone know the situation with the digital or western physical version or...?
 

jacktuar

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Oct 25, 2017
6,665
The game is one file, and I think that’s the case for physical as well, where X-2 is treated like DLC rather than a separate game.