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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX - PlayStation 4

ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
Fantasy violence, Mild blood, Use of alcohol
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1898 out of 1936)

    Product Details


    • Developer: Square Enix
    • Publisher: Square Enix
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Action and Adventure|Role Playing
    • Release Date: 03/28/2017

    Synopsis


    Take on a new adventure with Sora in Kingdom Hearts Remix for the PlayStation 4. With six titles in one, this video game lets you explore other worlds with Donald Duck and Goofy to help Sora find his friends. With Kingdom Hearts Remix, you can also play mini games online with friends for even more fun.

    Features


    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

    Relive the origins of the Kingdom Hearts franchise in fully remastered high-definition

    6 games in one disc

    Enhanced gameplay mechanics

    More than 150 hours of gameplay



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 1936 reviews

    98%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      For Kingdom Hearts Fans and Newcomers

      Posted
      DC10
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      This collection contains "6" kingdom hearts remastered games in one package. Though this isn't a complete collection, it is complete with all games that came out on old systems. If you are new to the series, play this before playing Kingdom Hearts 2.8 which contains two new experiences and the 3ds game remaster. Skip to bottom if you just want to know play order recommendation. Kingdom Hearts first came out on the PS2 and it still holds up very well. One of the developers of final fantasy had a crazy idea to combine their work with Disney. And it become one of the most beloved games among those who played it. But do not think this is just for little kids, by increasing the game's difficulty it can become quite challenging. They are real time action games (with one exception), so you are in direct control of the main character instead of giving him a set of commands like in original final fantasy games and pokemon. Matter of fact the recent FF15 game's combat is heavily inspired from Kingdom Hearts so if you like that, you'll love KH's combat. Essentially you play as Sora as he learns about the existence of other worlds and that he is a keyblade wielder. You join Donald and Goofy to fight the darkness. Each game can be 35-60 hours long depending on how much side content you play. The game have been updated to 60 frames per second but know there is a day one patch. As you may have notice I put 6 in quotes. That is because 2 games are in the form of movies instead of a remaster port. But don't worry coded isn't worth the time playing through. This collection (in original release order and platform) contains: Kingdom Hearts (PS2) Chain of Memories (GBA, combat is a blend of action and a card system) Kingdom Hearts 2 (PS2) 365/2 Days (DS, movie) Birth by Sleep (PSP, prequel) coded (DS, not that important, movie) For newcomers I HIGHLY recommend playing the games in release order (see above). Yes Birth By Sleep and 365/2 Days are prequels with the story, but some things will be spoiled and/or not much of a surprised if you play the game in story order. The games were somewhat made expecting you to have played previous entries. For example BBS characters already know there are other worlds while Sora in KH1 doesn't and so you learn with him about these worlds. Even if you have played some but not all the games, I still suggest playing in release order because it will be tough going from Birth By Sleep to KH1 because BBS has the better polish combat since it came out later. Only kingdom hearts fans that have played most if not all the games I can see playing in timeline story order. Timeline order is BBS->KH1->CoM->365/2->KH2->coded.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Updated Classics

      Posted
      BillB
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      First, if you already have Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and Kingdom Hearts 2.5 for the PS3 (and the means to play them), then this package may be redundant. But, if you're a superfan that wants to play them on your current system, or have never played them before, this is a must buy. Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2 is pretty much a must play. If you are a Disney or Final Fantasy fan, this action RPG is something you need to play. And these are the Final Mix versions with the additional content. Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep final mix is an upgraded port of the excellent PSP game. Definitely worth playing. KH: re Chain of Memories is an upgrade to a PS2 port of a Game Boy Advance game. It's battle system is based on a deck of cards... I don't like this game at all and think it is the low point in the series, but it's here if you want to play it. The other two "games" on the collection are basically just a collection of cut scenes from the 2 Nintendo DS games: 358/2 Days, and reCoded. 358/2 was boring when I played it (but not as bad as Chain of Memories), and I never played reCoded, but by all accounts I didn't miss much. Having the cut scenes here without the lackluster gameplay is more of a bonus for people that want access to the full story. Overall a great package with 3 great games, one bad game (my opinion - you may like it), and 2 movies to watch.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A Great Collection of Horribly Dated Games

      Posted
      raihidara
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      Frustrating, pretentious, charming. The Kingdom Hearts series is a bizarre combination that somehow barely works. Its repetitive grind is tiresome as you fight wave after wave after wave of the same enemies every few steps, but it's worth it to experience the Disney magic. However, this collection only highlights the issue that slowly ruined the series--instead of keeping things simple and clean, Tetsuya Nomura turned it into a sullen, convoluted, pretentious bore by the second entry: the antithesis of the otherwise lively Disney aesthetic. Mechanically, the games' cameras can be unwieldy and the gameplay itself is monotonous at best, so these games don't exactly stand the test of time. With that said, there is a ton of content in this collection, as you'll be getting Kingdom Hearts I and II, Chain of Memories, Birth by Sleep, as well as cutscene collections from 358/2 Days and Re:CODED. If you are a diehard fan, or a person like me who only really enjoyed the first entry but wanted to go back down memory lane, this collection is still worth the low price point.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing collection, amazing value, amazing games

      Posted
      Emiya
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      Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX is one of the greatest values you can buy. This collection contains almost every single Kingdom Hearts game ever released. The raw value of having all of the games in one place, let alone in one single package is unrivaled. The six games contained within this collection are some of the most fun action-RPGs ever made, and form a continuous storyline that has yet to be resolved. With this collection and the collection found in the Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 ReMIX, you can fully prepare yourself for the highly anticipated Kingdom Hearts 3. The visuals of all the games have been beautifully remastered and they all see increased performance thanks to modern video game hardware. The music, unchanged from the original releases, still make up some of the best video game soundtracks to be have been composed. The gameplay is fast-paced and action packed, and features difficulty options for every type of player from those who want to breeze through to those who are looking for a brutal challenge. I would recommend this collection to everybody.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Reliving my childhood

      Posted
      brk5239
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      Kingdom Hearts is one of my favorite series, and definitely my favorite series within SE (and probably Sony). Funny that the series responsible for my console hopping would all be available for me to play on a single console, but I'm not complaining. If you never got the chance to play the series but have developed some interest because of the news flying around KH3, I definitely recommend it. If you've played all the games but never got the chance to try the Japanese-exclusive releases, I feel the price really does justify buying them all bundled up. Something new that hasn't been done in all previous iterations is that, as of this review, SE released an update that finally lets you enjoy a theater mode for KH: Final Mix. The original in the PS2 release was just a series of advertisements for some other SE games coming out, so being able to finally experience a true theater mode for this installment is definitely a nice perk of this release--especially since the update's free.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Almost every Kingdom Hearts game on one disc!

      Posted
      TheOne22
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      Whether you are a fan of the series or just diving in this is a great collection. It has almost every playable Kingdom Hearts game remastered to 1080p 60fps minus a few. (Re:Coded ,358\2 Days and Dream Drop Distance). Re:Coded and 358\2 Days are cut down to just story cut-scenes due to them originally being made for the NIntendo DS which would require full blown remakes to be suitable for playing on a TV. Dream Drop Distance is bundled with another collection (Kingdom Hearts 2.8). For series veterans this collection contains the "final mix" versions of Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts 2 and Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep which were originally exclusive to Japan. These versions have more content such as secret mini-games, optional bosses, more keyblades to unlock and even cut-scenes that reveal more of the story. All in all its a great collection for fans or newcomers.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Disc in poor quality

      Posted
      BrandonChang
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      Major complain on the disc quality. I didn't open it up until after more than half a month so I think I missed the return/replace period. My PS4 refused to accept the disc on the first trial. An error code was returned and I could hear some weird noise coming from the disc drive. The noise was so weird that I thought my PS4 optical drive was damaged by the disc. A second trial, I was able to enter the "game". In order to place any title the game requires the data to be copied over to the PS4. And that was the longest wait on copying over a game I have ever experienced on the PS4. Plus I could hear the same weird noise all the time. Luckily, my PS4 seemed to be fine reading other discs after copying over the game. Looks like the disc I received was not well pressed, but this is YMMV. It's possible that was a bad luck. I have no major complain about the game though.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      loved it

      Posted
      rachel
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      I remember when these games originally come out, and I never got them. I thought they seemed very ridiculous. "Final Fantasy and Disney characters???" It wasn't until I was bombarded with recommendations for this by a couple of friends last year, that I finally caved and gave it a go. Surprisingly enough, these games aren't very 'goofy' at all. Everything is presented in a well rounded, easy to understand way sure, but it has a lot of depth that I was not expecting. Great gameplay, the story is actually really good, and the best part is that the Disney characters like Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, are all very in character and not all super emo or serious like I was afraid they'd be. Good game, look past the oddity of the crossover and you'll love it.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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