Kingdom Hearts HD Special Remix Edition Preorders Available

Kingdom Hearts is a series of crossover action RPG developed and released by Square Enix. The game is under the direction of Tetsuya Nomura, a veteran Square Enix character designer and is distributed by Disney Interactive Studios. The game is a crossover of various Disney settings that are based in a specifically made universe for the series.

The game revolves around Sora his encounters with Disney, The World Ends With You and Final Fantasy characters as he goes on quests in order to search for his friends. The series has a total of eight games across multiple game consoles. Most of the games in the series are commercially successful. A wide variety of merchandise has been released along with the games which includes companion books, novels, figurines, soundtracks as well as a manga series.

The upcoming Kingdom Hearts remaster collection, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix is set to be released soon. The limited edition will only be available through Square Enix’s online store. The game will cost $50 which is the same as the regular edition does but the game will come with an exclusive pin.

The special edition will launch on the same date as the standard game on PS4 which will be on March 28. The game is now available for preorder although it is unclear as to how limited the stocks will be. For those who placed their orders prior to March 15, release-day delivery is available as reported by GameSpot.

The HD collections will bring together a total of six Kingdom Hearts games. All of the games will be in a single disc. The game will also come with a collectible Sora pin. The games will include Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (remastered cinematics in HD), Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (remastered cinematics in HD) and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix as published by IGN.

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