Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix - Limited Edition - Playstation 3

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  • A new collection of the first three KINGDOM HEARTS titles in gorgeous high-definition including the following:
  • Kingdom Hearts 1 Final Mix
  • Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
  • Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (HD remastered cinematics)
  • The Limited Edition includes an Art Book: Get an insider's look at concept art, character designs and other sneak peeks behind the magic of bringing together Sora, Riku and the immersive Disney worlds

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A new collection of the first three Kingdom Hearts titles in gorgeous high-definition: KINGDOM HEARTS 1 FINAL MIX, KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Chain of Memories, and KINGDOM HEARTS 358/2 Days (HD remastered cinematics). KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 ReMIX marks the first time KINGDOM HEARTS will be available on the PlayStation 3! Team up with Disney and FINAL FANTASY heroes to explore new and familiar worlds featuring over 100 Disney characters. Disney: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Aladdin, Pinocchio, FINAL FANTASY: Cloud Strife, (FFVII), Sephiroth (FFVII), Squall Leonhart (FFVIII), Tidus (FFX), Moogles. For the first time ever, KINGDOM HEARTS 1 FINAL MIX will finally be available for North America. KINGDOM HEARTS 1 FINAL MIX is a compilation of the original KINGDOM HEARTS, additional boss battles, and improved game controls!

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Release date September 10, 2013
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4.6 out of 5 stars 260 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #9,260 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.7 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches
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The games included in this product have each been out now for several years on other systems. Rather than review the gameplay and ramble on about my thoughts on the stories, I have decided to simply do a brief Q&A on just what you should expect to find with this particular product itself to try and help you, as a customer, be properly informed. That being said, I hope you find these answers helpful in your decision making process.

Q. What games are included that I can actually play through?
A. There are two games included with your purchase that you can play in full. The first is the original Kingdom Hearts (however this is the Final Mix edition (which, long story short, is a tweaked and slightly renovated version of the original classic that was originally exclusively released only in Japan). The second game included is Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. Both of these have been beautifully remastered in High Definition for this release and truly look stunning and also feature enhanced gameplay mechanics. In addition, both games come with their own set of trophies (and yes, two platinums).

Q. Wait...Kingdom Hearts Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories? What about Kingdom Hearts II?
A. Kingdom Hearts II (released in 2006) is NOT included in this product.

Q. What about Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days?
A. You cannot play Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days with this purchase. HOWEVER, there is a "Theater Mode" which will allow you to view roughly 2 hours and 50 minutes of remastered HD footage (in the form of cinematics) from the game (as well as some new additional scenes). Believe it or not, there is trophy support available for this.

Q. How many discs are included inside the box?
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I fondly remember the general sentiment of, “Wait, they’re doing what?” When Kingdom Hearts was first announced. “The people who make Final Fantasy are going to make a game with Disney characters? That seems insane.”

Truth is, it’s still kind of insane. Looking at the series now, a decade later and with several games available, it’s all pretty darn weird. Still, I was immediately hooked once I got my hands on that first game on the PS2, and I’ve been invested in these characters ever since. Because Kingdom Hearts didn’t just let us wander around Agrabah with Aladdin or explore under the sea with Ariel. It wasn’t just an action RPG with a lot of Final Fantasy cameos. It also introduced us to Sora, Riku, Kairi and a host of other people that I’ve come to care about — most of them brought to life by a star-studded voice cast that was pretty ambitious for its time.

Yes, the story can be… complex. There have been a lot of “Wait, what is happening? I’m so lost” moments since Kingdom Hearts II, and trying to keep everything straight across multiple games that span multiple game systems is not the easiest of tasks. Still, I have legitimate love for this universe and this gameplay. I’m sure it doesn’t hurt that I was young when it was introduced, but I still like it now.

Now, Square Enix and Disney have remastered and re-released the oldest titles in a PS3 compilation, because that’s the hip thing to do these days.
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So let's get through the cons first, because there really is only a few of them:

1. The Camera- While they have fixed the camera to the right joystick, there is still sometimes some camera issues. Is it better than the original PS2 release: absolutely! But there are still times when I want to throw my controller through the TV because the camera won't adjust the way I need/want it to. So be prepared for that. While it has been improved from the original release.

2. Not as "HD" as you would make it out to be- What I mean by this is that it's suppose to be a remaster. While I don't expect everything to be perfect, there are some points where the game looks extremely pixelated or looks a little funny. I'm not sure if it's because they didn't remaster all pieces of the worlds or items in the game, or if it is something else. But it's definitely noticeable. It's a small con though. But it is not remastered like the way FFX has been displayed. Things are smoother and cleaner, but not everything is so smooth or "HD" looking. Once again doesn't change the fact that the game itself is phenomenal. Just a little strange.

1. Finally you can play your KH1 & Chain of Memories on your PS3 (except for those with backwards compatible PS3's, you lucky jerks!)! So you get a trophy system this time around, and also a wireless controller that works well. (Once again, minus the lucky Back Compatible PS3 people.)

2. Final Mix in USA- We finally get all of the additonal bonus content that was in the Final Mix. It has never been released in the US, so unless you imported it, there is lots of new items, abilities, etc to try out!

3. Updated controls- The controls overall are more similar to KHII, which I find to be a welcome change.
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