Source: Playstation Blog
Square Enix announced yesterday that Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix will be released for Playstation 3 on September 10 in the US. and September 13 in Europe (suck it, Europe!). You can preorder the game here to get a free, limited edition art book. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix contains remastered, HD versions of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, as well as HD "cinematics" from Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. If you order today, in addition to the art book, you'll get a free graphing calculator so you can figure out what the fuck the titles of the games mean.
The American version is going for $39.95 on Amazon. We're pretty sure this is the first time Kingdom Hearts will be on a current generation console (and no, Wiis don't count), but it's hard to tell because they release these things like crazy for Game Boys and PS Vitas and whatever the hell else kids and Japanese men are playing these days.
In any case, this is pretty awesome. Kingdom Hearts, for those of you who are not awesome, is a game franchise that combines Square Enix's Final Fantasy game universe with Disney's animated universe. It's like the video game equivalent of a comic book super-mega-crossover event, except it's actually worth buying.
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