Final Fantasy X/X-2 Remaster Updates, A Remote Aircraft Pilot Fights USD 10,000 Fine

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Square Enix has updated a remake of Final Fantasy X and X-2, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, an RPG that will come to Japan in December 26, 2013 with the price JPY 7,140 (USD 72.70) for Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita (under name “PlayStation Vita FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster RESOLUTION BOX”) with the price JPY 27,069 (USD 275.62). The update will contain Final Fantasy X Eternal Calm, a sequel to Final Fantasy X-2 and Last Mission, a side mission of Final Fantasy X-2. For more information, visit:

Next, I found a tech video, but this news may be a bit serious. On October 9, 2013, The Verge mentioned that a remote aircraft pilot fought for getting a USD 10,000 fine from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) because of an October 17, 2011 incident, which was an operating a commercial drone. Raphael Pirker made the commercial drone that contained his aircraft, a 4.5 lb Ritewing Zephyr-powered glider operated in a careless manner. He got a job to get aerial photos and videos of University of Virginia campus for Lewis Communication company, but he also captured other cities that are not appropriated, such as New York City and San Fransisco.

FAA ordered Pirker to pay USD 10,000, but he fights FAA back. He declared “there are no federal regulations that govern the operation of model planes” and lead the result that banning commercial drones was not valid with Raphael’s lawyer mentioned “this is a reasonable path because the FAA failed to hold anynotice-and-comment rulemaking period before issuing the ban”. Here is the video of Raphael Pirker I found:

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