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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX

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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX
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キングダム ハーツ HD1.5 + 2.5 リミックス
Kingudamu Hātsu HD 1.5 + 2.5 Rimikkusu
Developer(s) Square Enix
Publisher(s) Square Enix
Release date(s) Playstation 4:
Japan March 9, 2017
United States/Canada March 28, 2017
Europe/Australia March 31, 2017
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Japan February 18, 2020
United States/Canada February 18, 2020
Europe/Australia February 18, 2020
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Japan March 30, 2021
United States/Canada March 30, 2021
Europe/Australia March 30, 2021
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Japan February 10, 2022[1]
United States/Canada February 10, 2022[2]
Europe/Australia February 10, 2022[2]
Genre Action role-playing game
Game modes Single player
Ratings CERO: A
ESRB: E10+
PEGI: 12
Platform(s) PlayStation 4
Xbox One
Personal computer
Nintendo Switch
"Start your KINGDOM HEARTS journey now!"
"Six beloved journeys remastered in high definition"
—Alternative tagline

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, stylized as Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX, is a compilation game comprised of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC via the Epic Games Store, and Nintendo Switch as a Cloud version.[3]

The collection was later re-released several times as part of a combo packs, including Kingdom Hearts The Story So Far in 2017, Kingdom Hearts All-In-One Package in 2020, and Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece in 2022.



  • All titles from the original HD re-releases are present on a single disc.
  • All six titles run at 60 frames per second.
  • A new redesigned main menu to fit all six titles, as well as credits for both 1.5 ReMIX and 2.5 ReMIX.
  • Subtitles have been reduced in size to accommodate larger resolutions.
  • Changes on how certain PSN trophies are obtained to make things easier, though none of the trophies earned in the PlayStation 3 version transfer over to this game as the trophies from the PS4 releases are presented separately on the PSN trophy list. Additionally the trophies for both of the HD Cinematic versions of Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded have been removed from the PS4 version.
  • A number of cards in Re:Chain of Memories have been updated with new images.[citation needed]
  • The load times have been improved which has also removed the load time glitch that was previously in Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX for the Drive Forms in Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix or the D-Links in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix.
  • The wallpaper designs for the PlayStation system's main menu are retained for the PS4 version by completing each game. However, unlike with the games in Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, as these wallpapers were originally designed for the PlayStation 3 system, the images do not switch when the player moves from the lower menu to the upper menu. Instead, the outer coloring slightly changes by brightening or darkening as long as the player stays in the upper area of the PS4's main menu.
  • Following the 1.03 patch update, two new free DLC were introduced in the PlayStation Store. These are a new Theater Mode for Kingdom Hearts Final Mix and extending the cutscene for Day 357 in the HD version of Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days to include Roxas fighting against Xion's Final Form.
  • In Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Donald and Goofy no longer attack the Pink Agaricus if the player presses Triangle while in its presence, making it much easier for Sora to land 100 hits on it. This change was necessary to fix the problem created by the original HD 1.5 ReMIX, wherein by changing Sora's special attacks to be bound to Reaction Commands, or Triangle, it would also inadvertently call his party members for help with the same input. As a result, Sora's teammates would attack the Pink Agaricus if he attempted to use special attacks such as Ragnarok against it, making it extremely difficult to achieve 100 hits.
  • There is a sharing restriction guideline from the game selection menu by pressing the Triangle button.

Xbox One release[edit]

  • User interface elements have been changed to fit the console.
  • The Disney Interactive Studios logo was replaced with the Disney logo.
  • All DLCs from the PlayStation 4's release were included.
  • A cutscene skip is added to the opening of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix.
  • Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix has a save select screen identical to Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix.
  • Progress bars are shown on the game selection screen which depends on how far you have completed each game.
  • There is an option to change profiles by pressing the X button in the game selection screen.
  • The Streaming Restrictions guideline is now called "Before You Stream...".
  • Extras is replaced with Screen Options which adjusts the screen.

PC release[edit]

  • User interface elements have been changed to fit the system.
  • The ESC key brings up a menu which contains options for Graphics, Framerate, "Before you Stream...", and to exit to Desktop.

Nintendo Switch release[edit]

  • The game is now streamed to the console through the cloud, using the technology provided by Ubitus.
  • All games can now seamlessly transition between docked mode and handheld mode.
  • User interface elements have been changed to fit the console.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Twitter (@_KINGDOMHEARTS)
  2. ^ a b Twitter (@KINGDOMHEARTS): "Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5, 2.8, III + Re Mind (DLC) as well as the all-in-one Integrum Masterpiece all launch on Nintendo Switch via cloud on February 10th!"
  3. ^ Twitter (@KINGDOMHEARTS) "Cloud versions of Kingdom Hearts 1.5+2.5, 2.8 and 3 (+ Re Mind) are coming to Nintendo Switch"

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