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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (PS3)
18 November 2013
Excerpt: Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (KH1.5HD) is a culmination of good, better, best, and that’s a formula you’d be hard pressed to beat. KH1.5HD is compilation collection of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Re:Chain of Memories and an almost 3 hour theatrical telling of Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. And all of it has been upscaled and remastered to better suit the larger screens PS3’s largely make use of.
Excerpt: You'd think with Kingdom Hearts getting a spiffy re-release, Riku would be way less sullen. Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix is more like "Kingdom Hearts 1.65" if we're going to be honest about the content. It includes two games— Kingdom Hearts Final Mix (a Kingdom Hearts director's cut released in the US for the first time in this package), and Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories (the PS2 remake of the Gameboy Advance's Chain of Memories that bridges the gap between Kingdom...
Excerpt: Before Kingdom Hearts came along, square Enix and Disney weren’t exactly what you would think of as a perfect match. You’d never think the contrasting styles of the two companies would work in perfect harmony with one another, but Square Enix and Disney mash up Kingdom Hearts proved us all wrong and, years later, the series is lots of entries in and still going strong.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX Review: Same great experience with a brand-new look
21 September 2013
Excerpt: For a year while attending UCF , I worked at Disney World; it was one of the better jobs I held throughout college. This is why I have a special place in my heart for all things Disney, including Kingdom Hearts . It's also why I have a particularly hard time removing my rose-colored glasses for a game I've been tremendously excited to replay since its announcement.
Summary: Some of my fondest memories were spent with the Kingdom Hearts series. Growing up equal parts Disney-kid and action-adventure fan, I was ecstatic when Kingdom Hearts was announced, and enthralled for weeks on end when it finally reached my disc tray. Having taken a crack at the entire franchise all over again as recently as the end of last year, you'd expect that I'd be sick of hearing Haley Joel Osment by now, right?
Excerpt: On paper, the idea seems just a little bit too fantastic to actually work: take a handful of Disney characters and worlds, mix them with some Final Fantasy heroes and a brand-new universe, infuse everything with light role-playing game elements, and hope for the best. It takes little imagination to envision such a formula producing any number of disappointing outcomes, but instead, the idea was realized as Kingdom Hearts and went on to become a beloved and popular...
Pros: Beautiful all over again, Lots of adventuring, with surprises around many corners, Varied combat systems, Involving storyline