Don’t check this out if you are allergic to bad, nonsensical names.
Today’s a pretty big day for game launches. In addition to the launches of Resident Evil 7 and Yakuza 0, today also marks the day that Square Enix have also chosen to launch Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8, the bizarrely named collection of all remaining Kingdom Hearts games and projects that weren’t already remastered and put on PlayStation, in the west.
To celebrate the release of the collection, Square Enix have released a new launch trailer. The trailer shows off Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance, the formerly Nintendo 3DS exclusive entry in the series that is supposed to lead directly into the long awaited Kingdom Hearts 3, as well as Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep – A Fragmentary Passage and Kingdom Hearts χ [chi]: Back Cover. Which should really all serve to establish the point that Square Enix are terrible at coming up with names.
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 is available ow exclusively on PS4. You can check out the new trailer below.