Square Enix uploaded a couple slightly different Kingdom Hearts II.5 HD ReMIX trailers, showing the Disney worlds you'll visit and the Disney and Final Fantasy characters you'll meet along the way. See both after the jump.
Along with the standard version, Square Enix has a special collector's edition planned for Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX. In addition to the new remastered collection, the set includes Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, a steelbook case to hold both games, a special box, an exclusive Disney collectible pin, a 30-page art book and dust jacket, and a 9.4" Shadow Heartless Plus.
With Kingdom Hearts II.5 HD ReMIX set to release in the west this December, Square Enix is here with another English trailer that recaps some of the major events and bridges the gap between this and the previous HD collection. Hit the jump to watch.
Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX arrives in Japan on October 2nd, with the PlayStation 3 exclusive set to be released in western territories. Square Enix ran a Twitter campaign to cheer on director/designer Tetsuya Nomura as he sketched Sora. The sped-up results have now been shared on Youtube. Get a look after the jump.
Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX arrives in Japan on October 2nd, with the PlayStation 3 exclusive set to be released in western territories. Geared up for the release, Square Enix has shared their "Story" and "Friend" TV commercials. Get a look after the jump.
Square Enix delivered what's being dubbed as a FINAL TRAILER for Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX, but I have a feeling we'll be seeing more from the second HD release in the not-too-distant future. It's out in Japan soon, though, so go ahead and soak in the latest preview after the jump.
When Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX arrives it will come packin' some new features, including new enemies and bosses, new cutscenes, and new playable episodes. For a taste of what's to come, Square Enix has a trailer focusing on the additions after the jump.
Kingdom Hearts II.5 HD ReMIX is on the way to the west later this year, and Square Enix is here with a couple more trailers that are just achin' to explore these Disney worlds in HD. Watch as the gang heads to a variety of famous locales, from Agrabah to Halloween Town and beyond, after the jump.
If you pre-ordered Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX, or plan to at some point in the future, Square Enix will be upgrading you to the limited edition version. The special set comes with an exclusive 1.68" Disney collectible pin, pictured below, for both North America and Europe.
Square Enix has a couple of nice options available to Japanese fans when Kingdom Hearts II.5 HD ReMIX drops over there on October 2. In addition to the ¥6,648 ($66) standard edition, a Kingdom Hearts Starter Pack HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX and an e-Store exclusive version with even more extras are on the way. Hit the jump for pics and more.
Square Enix wants to show off the visual improvements that have been made in Kingdom Hearts II.5 HD ReMIX, and is doing so with an interactive trailer that compares the original SD graphics to the HD makeover. See how it's lookin' after the jump.
This week it's all about pre-E3 hype, so there's a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts II.5 HD ReMIX, and if you stick around until the end you'll catch a release date followed by a quick Kingdom Hearts III tease after the jump.
The cleaned-up fun continues with Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX, and Square Enix has confirmed plans for a North American PlayStation 3 release sometime this year. See a bunch of screens past the break.
They might not be as lively as last month's Jump Festa trailer, but a handful of screenshots have arrived for Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX. See how the second collection is looking after the jump.
Announced back in October, Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX is bringing HD versions of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Final Mix, and cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts Re: Coded to PlayStation 3 in 2014. See the Jump Festa trailer past the break.