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- Six of the series' most highly regarded titles in one HD mix for the first time in PS4
- Six games on one disc for $49.99
- More than 150 hours of gameplay
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Celebrate 15 years of Kingdom Hearts with this essential collection
Remember and relive 6 adventures from Kingdom Hearts Dark Seeker Saga before the release of highly anticipated Kingdom Hearts III.
Jump into magical Kingdom Hearts adventures
If you are new to the franchise, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX is the perfect opportunity to start wielding your Keyblade to save the Disney and Final Fantasy worlds from darkness.
More than 150 hours of gameplay in one disc
Get immersed in the compelling and action-packed Kingdom Hearts stories with 4 games and 2 HD remastered cinematics! Help Light overcome darkness by teaming up with your beloved Disney and Final Fantasy characters!
KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 +2.5 ReMIX includes: KINGDOM HEARTS Final Mix, KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Chain of Memories, KINGDOM HEARTS 358/2 Days, KINGDOM HEARTS II Final Mix, KINGDOM HEARTS Birth by Sleep Final Mix, KINGDOM HEARTS Re:coded
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This is the definitive version of 4 games plus 2 movies in one location, but the gameplay is also was transferred over. Nice to see the evolution of the series as you play through all the games, but if feels somewhat dated especially with Kingdom Hearts (1) Final Mix. Not sure if they don't have the resources, or kept it in for the purists (probably the former more than the later) but if you're used to playing modern RPG style 3D beat em' ups (like FFXV) then it takes a while to get adjusted.
For those PSN trophy hunters; there are over 150 trophies to collect. Unlike the PS3 remixes; the 2 movies: Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Re: Coded does not have trophies attached to them
If you abandoned your PS3 or PS2, PSP, etc on the remixs or original releases, or never owned those systems/played the games then this is a great precursor to Kingdom Hearts 3. Just get Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and you'll have the complete Kingdom Hearts collection on the PS4 going into Kingdom Hearts 3.
If you owned/played all games in this collection, there's no real added content except faster loading screens and a slight spit shine on graphics.
Value of this collection is based on:
-how much of a fan you are
-if you want all Kingdom Hearts games on one console (PS4)
-want to re-experience the story again before KH3
- if you're a PSN trophy hunter
- if you're like one of my friends never played Kingdom Hearts before and only had Xbox, Xbox 360 when the original games released or
-Any combination of the above
This paired with 2.8 gives you the ultimate package to prep yourself for kh3.
The only downside is 358/2 days is only cinematic, no gameplay. It would have been am excellent game to make playable but I can hardly complain. Nearly the whole series on 1 disk, that's 4 games and 2 movies for the price of 1 game. Amazing deal.
The story follows a boy named Sora, who leaves his island home on a quest to save his friends and stop creatures called the Heartless. Armed with a mysterious weapon known as the Keyblade, and joined by Donald Duck and Goofy, Sora journeys to the worlds of classic Disney movies in his quest.
This collection contains 4 games from the series, and remade cinematics from 2 Nintendo DS games. The original Kingdom Hearts is a fun, if flawed introduction to the series, which occasionally stumbles from unclear objectives and frustrating (albeit infrequent) platforming and flying missions. Chain of Memories is a remake of a Gameboy Advance title, that adds card elements to the combat system. I found this one to be the weakest game on the disc, as I don't think the combat system here is ever very fun. You'll want to catch up on the story of this one anyway, as it's an important bridge from Kingdom Hearts to KHII.
Kingdom Hearts II is without a doubt the standout of the disc, an improvement of the first game in every way. While just the main quest is very accessible, you'll need to master the combat system to tackle the post-game content. Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep is an enhanced port of a PSP game. It features three protagonists, whose stories you'll play through one at a time, and takes place before KH and KHII. It introduces a Command Deck system, where special attacks and magic can be placed into a loadout, and have a recharge time between uses instead of a depletible resource like mana. This works much better than the Card Deck mechanic from Chain of Memories, and it ties with the original Kingdom Hearts as my second favorite game on the disc.
Finally, Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded and 358/2 Days (yes that's really what it's called) appear in the form of cutscene collections, and unfortunately this makes their stories very hard to follow. 358/2 Days mainly exists to fill in some of the gaps between KH and KHII, and provide background on some of the characters of those games. Re:Coded is a largely inconsequential side story, and really only notable for some bits at the end that set up story elements for future games.
This is a great collection for existing fans, and a perfect chance for new fans to get caught up before Kingdom Hearts III comes out.
Gameplay style is unique and thoroughly engrossing. Bosses can be quite difficult, but it's very rewarding once you manage to beat them. Cinematics are great. Storyline (although convoluted at times) is complex. I highly recommend these games. Would be perfect for a father and son looking for a game to play together (single player, but perhaps they could trade off).