If you never got around to playing the first two Kingdom Hearts games when they came to the PS3 over the last two years (or even when they were on the PS2 over a decade ago), you’re thankfully in luck. Square Enix has announced that both Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and 2.5 will be ported over to the PS4 as one single $50 compilation.
The two remasters will be 60 FPS and come with what they were bundled with when they ported over to the PS3. Namely, you’ll get the Final Mixes of the first two games, along with the Final Mixes of the mobile titles: 358/2 Days, Re:coded, Chain of Memories and Birth by Sleep. Changes from the Final Mixes include remastered cinematics, Trophy supprt, and remixed audio.
The remasters of the Kingdom Hearts remasters (try saying that five times fast) will release on Mar. 9 for Japan, 2017 for Japan, the 28th for US, and then the 31st for Europe.
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