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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
Kingdom Hearts 1.5
Where to start? I played nearly all the Kingdom Hearts games as they were released and enjoyed them many times over. Naturally when 1.5 was released, it offered me a chance to not only revisit some of my favorite games, but experiences pieces that had been exclusive to Japan’s release originally. Kingdom Hearts 1 was the first square RPG to be set in 3D and real time. There is no transition into random encounters, the enemies, Heartless, just appear naturally as their abilities allow. This creates a seamless experience. The bosses in the main story range from easy to difficult. Each boss and Heartless for each world reflects that world. For example, the Wonderland boss is a giant Heartless that is composed of playing cards. The levels also utilize platforming which is a welcome change of pace as some of the worlds Sora, the main character, is being attacked relentlessly.
The extra bosses range from tricky to HARD. In this game you get to fight Sephiroth without the aid of your companions, Donald and Goofy who are with you nearly the entire game. While hard, the battle is still one of my favorites as he is difficult no matter what level you are.
The graphics both in-game and during cut scenes are a nice blend of realistic with a touch of cartoony. Even to this day, I feel they hold up well. The music is unique and some of my favorite of all time. The story invokes the fun of adventure and the grim reality of the end of the world Sora is trying to avert. This parallels the franchise’s theme of Light and Dark.
Chain of memories Remix is a port from a DS game originally and offers a new view of the side scrolling game of old by throwing it into 3D. Unfortunately, the hand held games tried new combat mechanics and this one used a Card Deck. It wasn’t horrible but it was not as fun as the original.
Thankfully, Days is just cut scenes and a summary of that game. It was one of the two from the entire series to be considered weak and at this point was a lot of back tracking through all the worlds that you visited and revisited from KH and Chain of Memories. The story was crucial nonetheless and introduced key information and one of the most tragic characters in video game history.
1.5 is a great set to start with for newcomers to the series and veterans alike. It is the entire package and includes cut scenes and extra bosses from the Japanese final mix (the extra cut scenes have no audio because there was no English versions).
Kingdom Hearts 2.5
The next batch in the series! This had a lot of new mechanics and story arcs. Fortunately, the other weak game in the series Coded, was just cut scenes and a summary. Kingdom Hearts 2 continued the adventures of Sora, Donald, and Goofy and unlike other game series, the main character aged. Sora looked older and felt older. He gained brand new combat skills that allowed him to merge with one or both party members. Plus, this version introduced the party switch command that allowed you to swap Donald or Goofy on the fly with world specific characters. As they were team up attacks from the first game with Donald and Goofy, this one gave some really cool and fun ones with those other certain characters.
While some worlds were revisited, they usually were different areas that had been previously not available. Of course, they were brand new worlds to visit as well. The game felt like not only a sequel but an upgrade which was very much welcomed. This included the Drive system (a limit break mechanic for Sora), Reaction Commands that made boss fights more cinematic, and new type of enemies the Nobodies. The boss fights were just as diverse and memorable as the first game and offered a closer connection with the heroes and villains. This game was a blast and definitely worth playing through.
Now the other game, which was a port of a PSP game, Birth by Sleep did use different combat mechanics which included Shotlocks and Deck Commands. The shotlocks were unique in style to each of the 3 main characters but allowed you to target multiple characters at once. The deck commands were not cards but abilities or spells that ran on a timer that would prevent you from spamming a move over and over. This added tactics and strategy. The new story arc was amazing and introduced the villain that started all of the problems that Sora has had to face in all the previous games.
The game really drives home the theme of Light and Dark more so than before and causes the player to question is the Dark really that bad? On a final note, the extra bosses in these games…were beyond HARD. Each is different and a fun challenge that thankfully you don’t need to complete to finish the game and unlock hidden cut scenes.
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.