Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX released on the Playstation 3 today in Japan, and the man behind the manga, Shiro Amano, created an adorable recap of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX. Unfortunately it's in Japanese, but you can still enjoy the artworks nonetheless!
The comic is interactive and can be viewed here, or you can view the whole thing in one go here!
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However, on close inspection of one of the scans, it looks like a screenshot from a brand new scene from Kingdom Hearts Re:coded has been added. It could possibly just be one of the many new scenes added to the collection, but it's segregation from the Kingdom Hearts Re:coded section, and the wording implies it might belong to the secret movie that has yet to be uploaded to the internet.
This is a warning that spoilers will be included from hereon in.
The latest Famitsu weekly has arrived, and with it 15 glorious pages of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX scans to celebrate it's launch in Japan today! The scans show off the various changes and improvements made to Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix, and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded.
Since 2008, trophies have been a staple part of the Playstation experience. Much like the Xbox's achievements, trophies marked players reaching various story points, gaining rare items, pulling off hard to do tricks, and other various skills.
Back in July, Kingdom Hearts -HD 2.5 ReMIX- co-producer Tai Yasue confirmed 2 trophies for this collection in an interview with GameInformer, one relating to summoning Mickey (available when the player recieves Game Over against certain bosses) a...
With just over 2 days left until Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX releases storewide in Japan, Twitter user Toyduck_s has taken the liberty to upload a photo of a physical copy of the HD 2.5 ReMIX ready to be sold!
"Good evening, Twitter runner Matsushita here! I will walk you through the new titles! This week we have KH HD 2.5 ReMIX for PS3, Omega Quintet for PS4, Forbidden Magna for 3DS... and many more."
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