Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix is a HD version of the highly popular Kingdom Hearts series, created by Square Enix for the Playstation 3. This compilation contains Kingdom Hearts: Final Mix Form and Re: Chain of Memories and the package is completed with HD cinematic story videos from Kingdom Hearts 358/2, Playstation 3 system trophies and enhanced gameplay mechanics. It’s wonderful that we can finally go on adventures with Sora, Riku and the cast of Disney characters like Mickey, Donald and Goofy, in a modern HD graphics world.
This wonder was first revealed to the public in September 2012 and it was released in Japan on March 14, 2013. Fortunately, it was released in other countries as well: in North America on September 10, 2013, in Australia on September 12 and in Europe on September 13 of the same year.
Kingdom Hearts Final Mix
Kingdom Hearts was born from the wild and very well received idea that joined for the first time the worlds of Disney and Square Enix, more than 10 years ago. The Final Mix versions of this game were exclusive in Japan and in this new HD compilation, it received, apparently, some slight modifications such as the adding of a new command in the Command Menu. They did this to make it more similar to the Kingdom Hearts II and Re: Chain of memories, and to improve the consistency of the play style throughout the game.
Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories
In this branch of the game, Sora, Donald and Goofy encounter a man that tells Sora that he needs to lose something dear to gain what he is looking for; very interesting storyline here as well. It was released for the first time as part of a collection in Europe and Australia.
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
This one can’t be played. It only features the Nintendo DS game in the version of a 2 hours and50 minutes cinematic retelling.
This creation had a positive critical reception, review websites like Metacritic or GameRankings giving it pretty high statistics for its popularity score. This game was, is and will be in trend for a very long time now that this classic PS2 game was brought to the modern age with a new HD look and everything stored conveniently on one disc. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you to try it, because you most likely played the older versions, so I am telling you that you should relax and let Sora and the Disney gang take you on an adventure full of fun and suspense.