Kingdom Hearts Steam Release June 13th

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Kingdom Hearts Steam Release June 13th
Samuel Brickell

Finally, the light returns as the Kingdom Hearts Steam Release just got announced!

Square Enix is dropping the remix trilogy on Steam on June 13th!

Also, a new remix of the song Simple and Clean by Utada is to follow along with the new trailer.

Kingdom Hearts Steam Release PC

Square Enix just announced that they are bringing the beloved Kingdom Heart franchise to Steam!

Kingdom Hearts is coming to Steam!#KingdomHearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind (DLC) launch on June 13th


For Windows PC players, they can now play Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8: Final Chapter Prologue, Kingdom Hearts III, and Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory all on one platform.

This is a great opportunity for PC gamers to hop in on the Disney and Final Fantasy wagon.

Each game comes packaged as follows with firstly:

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix. This contains four games and is arguably the best package quality-wise. You get KH1, Rechain of Memories, 358/2 Days (cinematics), KH2 Final Mix, Birth By Sleep Final Mix, and Re-Coded Cinematics.

Although it contains a lot, it is the best starting point, plot-wise and gameplay-wise.

Next up is the Kingdom Hearts HD2.8 Final Chapter Prologue. Although this one is often skipped over, it’s a great deal for fans, giving them Dream Drop Distance, Birth by Sleep, and X Back Cover. These focus mainly on side characters, and Dream Drop fills the gap between 2 and 3.

Lastly, but not least, we have Kingdom Hearts 3 plus Remind. This includes the full package for three, including DLC.

Although I am not the biggest fan of KH3, it is a decent game, and it is best played with all the added extras.

But honestly, you cannot go wrong hopping into any of these classics, as they have some of the best hack-and-slash gameplay around.

Not to mention the mod support for each title could add a bountiful amount of new creatures and content to chew on.

It’s So Simple And Clean.

Right, here’s the deal with Kingdom Hearts.

It’s the biggest filter in gaming. What I mean is that although this is arguably one of the best franchises out there. It is a hard sell for the average person.

And that’s ok; in fact, that’s what makes it special. Look, the story is ridiculous, we know. Nomura’s Kingdom Hearts is written like a schizophrenic person watched random anime and Disney through the window of a padded cell and was paid to string a plot together in five sleepless nights.

But if you can look past all, be it the convoluted story that spans multiple consoles and media forms, what you get is one of the most fulfilling JRPGs ever made. Yes, Mickey is dressed up in a hoodie fighting Sephirporth, and yes, your dad will be disappointed in you, but it’s worth it.

Somehow, by combining two soulless corporations, we got one of the most soulful games ever made. Its crazy, it cringes, it’s cute, it’s cool, its KH baby!

But if you cannot get past the filter of weirdness, then thats fine. Im sure Don Bradmens Cricket will fix you up or something. In all seriousness, this is the type of game even some DMC fans might not like.

I still believe that the opening of KH2, is one of the most well-put-together and emotional openings out there. I mean, even I clocked out mentally around the midpoint of three stories.

If you go in knowing that things are a little goofy and willing to sit back and take it like a mid-tier Adam Sandler movie; you might just find yourself enjoying and even getting a tad bit invested in the weirdness from time to time.

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