Square Enix has released an additional 45 screen shots fromits upcoming PS3 exclusive title, ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX,’ available to own December 2, 2014. You can find the new stills added to our existing gallery below.
In honor of E3, Square Enix has released a new trailer for its upcoming PS3 exclusive title, ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX,’ available to own December 2, 2014. You can find it embedded below.
Together with Donald and Goofy, Sora adventures through different Disney worlds like Halloween Town (The Nightmare Before Christmas), The Land of Dragons (Mulan), Port Royal (Pirates of the Caribbean), Pride Lands (Lion King), Space Paranoids (Tron) and many more to stand up against the Heartless and the evil Organization XIII.
Square Enix has released new screens from its upcoming title ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX,’ available exclusively for the Sony PlayStation 3 console in 2014, which have been added to the beginning of our gallery below. For the first time, the FINAL MIX versions of ‘Kingdom Hearts II’ and ‘Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep’ will be making their way to North America. ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX’ allows players to have Sora go head-to-head with Roxas at the Station of Awakening. Players will also have access to secret boss battles, new weapons, abilities, mini-games and additional cutscenes that help explain the story of ‘Kingdom Hearts’.
Square Enix and Disney Interactive Studios have just released a new game trailer as well as screens from their upcoming title, ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX,’ available exclusively for the Sony PlayStation 3 console in 2014. The trailer comes from the Jump Festa event in Japan and features fan-favorite characters like Sora, Roxas, Riku and Naminé alongside the Disney cast including Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), Hercules, King Mickey, Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean) and others – now in stunning high-definition graphics.
Square Enix announced at the D23 Expo Japan that it has officially begun development for ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX.’ A follow up to the recently released ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX’, the title is slated for a US release in 2014, exclusively for the Sony PlayStation 3 console.
Adding further depth and detail to the Kingdom Hearts series, ‘Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX’ is a fully remastered HD compilation of the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system title ‘Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix’ and the PSP system title ‘Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix.’ Both, previously exclusive to the Japanese market, will be available for the first time in the Americas for the PlayStation 3 console. Theatrical cut-scenes from the Nintendo DS title ‘Kingdom Hearts Re:coded’ will also be included in the compilation.
Capcom has advised us that ‘DuckTales” Remastered’ will start releasing domestically on August 13, 2013. On that date, it will be available as a digital download on Sony PlayStation’s PSN, Nintendo’s eShop for Wii U and for PC; the Microsoft Xbox 360 XBLA edition will be available for download on September 11. Additionally, on August 20, a boxed version (with download code and exclusive DuckTales Disney collector’s pin) will be offered on PlayStation 3 at retailers across the country. DuckTales: Remastered is priced at $14.99 for the digital version and $19.99 for the retail version on PS3.
Walt Disney Studios UK has published a new trailer (titled ‘Introduction to Kingdom Hearts’) for Square Enix’s upcoming release of ‘Kingdom Hearts 1.5 ReMIX’ available September 10, 2013, exclusively for the Sony PlayStation 3 (now available for pre-order). You can find it embedded below.
This 1.5 ReMIX collection con tains the classic original game redone in HD along with the immediate continuation of ‘Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories’ and HD-enhanced cutscenes from ‘Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days’ in addition to the enhanced, original ‘Kingdom Hearts’ title. The new edition comes complete with additional weapons, enemies, skills, scenes, trophy support and more.
According to Polygon, the new version has new hand-drawn sprites, and features Disney’s voice talent, remastered versions of the original’s 8-bit music. New elements include a tutorial, Scrooge’s Money Bin and a museum.
It will be available this summer for Wii U and PlayStation Network for $15 and Xbox Live Arcade for 1200 points.
A trailer announcing the game has also been released.
Earlier this evening, the New York Times broke the news that Disney Infinity will no longer be released in June as previously announced, but has been pushed back to August 18 domestically, with a European release a couple of days later.
The move, according to the article, was one based on market and positioning, suggesting retailers were receptive to the product and offering valuable shelf space for it but wanted it closer to the holiday season.
While the article gives the impression that Disney Interactive feels the move will be better overall for its bottom line (at least come 2014), it also introduces some doubts as well.
Although it had already been announced (and confirmed our initial reports), Disney Interactive today noted that at launch, ‘Disney Infinity’ will have a Cars play set available to purchase. This makes Cars the fourth officially announced play set (along with Monsters University, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Incredibles) and the first add-on pack.
As we reported (and confirmed) yesterday, the Cars play set allows gamers to take on the role of Lightning McQueen, Mater, Holley Shiftwell and Francesco Bernoulli and enter the virtual world of Radiator Springs, where they will prepare the town for a big international racing event.