Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix is a high definition remaster collection of the popular video game series Kingdom Hearts.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix includes both, Kingdom Hearts Final Mix (a game that never saw release outside of Japan) and Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, in full high definition with added trophy support.
The 20th anniversary of Kingdom Hearts will be celebrated through an event in Tokyo, and will entail a mini-concert, a developer Q&A and chat session, and more.
Free demos are currently available and there's also Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece for Cloud which includes everything for $89.99.
"At this moment in time, the production of a native version is undecided," says Kingdom Hearts series producer Ichiro Hazama.
Along with announcing Sora for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo also confirms that the Kingdom Hearts games will finally be coming to the Switch.
All titles will be discounted by 20 percent until April 6th.
The Japanese series finally makes the jump to PC.
Nomura squashes your dreams of a portable Kingdom Hearts.
PC players get Battlefleet Gothic Armada 2, Battletech.
Out of nowhere, the Xbox One ports are here.
That's a lot of Kingdom Hearts.
The story of the entire Kingdom Hearts series, just in time for Kingdom Hearts 3!
Now for some other Japanese games to follow in their footsteps...
Combines every single Kingdom Hearts game so far into one package.
A collection of collections.
Everything you need to know about Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix.
The greatest HD collection ever.
Remastered classic tugs at your heartstrings.
Where it all began.
Kingdom Hearts 3 details incoming?
A great reason to comeback
A new Kingdom Hearts 1.5 trailer.
Lot of good games here.
Trailer got leaked out prior to E3
Awesome art galore to be had.
Take a trip down memory lane with Sora and the gang.
Don't stop believing, as they say.
Although they don't reveal much.
A huge blowout of screenshots highlights key portions of the game and its characters.
Finally, Kingdom Hearts has come to the PS3.
Square Enix time.
No Versus is disappointing.