Kingdom Hearts III
RPG 29 January 2019
A third main entry in the popular jRPG series, started in 2002 on PlayStation 2 console. The production, developed by Square-Enix, is a closing act of the story taking place in a unique fantasy universe, which combines the worlds of several movies and TV dramas created by Disney with the Final Fantasy series. The main characters are Sora, Riku, and Kairi from the previous games, along with well-known Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, or Goofy. We witness the final face-off between light and dark, the latter embodied by an organization named XIII, led by master Xehanort. While the visuals have been significantly enhanced, Kingdom Hearts III employs the mechanics and fighting system known from its predecessors. We observe the game’s world from third-person perspective, while during the real-time battles we can count on the support from our two allies, each with a unique set of skills.
Kingdom Hearts: The Story So Far
RPG 30 October 2018
Complete package of all productions from under the Kingdom Hearts brand, which appeared before the premiere of the third numbered edition of the series. The games included in the set have been improved, extended with content previously unavailable in the West, and enriched with re-mastered graphics.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX
RPG 28 March 2017
A compilation of the first six installments of the Kingdom Hearts series created by Square Enix in cooperation with Disney. The bundle includes Kingdom Hearts FINAL MIX, Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II FINAL MIX, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep FINAL MIX, and features remastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. Each production boasts modernized graphics, numerous gameplay overhauls, additional cutscenes, and bonus boss fights that were previously available online in Japanese editions of the listed titles. Moreover, all games in the bundle run at 60 frames-per-second.
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8: Final Chapter Prologue
RPG 12 January 2017
A compilation of remastered games from the Kingdom Hearts jRPG series, known in the gaming world since 2001. Square Enix (formely Square) is responsible for the series from its beginning. The compilation contains a refreshed version of Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep - A Fragmentary Passage, and a collection of cutscenes divided into chapters from Kingdom Hearts X, entitled Kingdom Hearts X Back Cover. The gameplay focuses on swift, spectacular action scenes, and its base elements include exploration of a fantasy world, battling encountered enemies, and development of our hero. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8: Final Chapter Prologue uses Unreal Engine 4 technology, which powers the third installment of the Kingdom Hearts series.
Kingdom Hearts: Unchained X
RPG 02 September 2015
A mobile browser version of Kingdom Hearts X – a part of one of the most successful jRPG franchises from Square Enix. This is a free application featuring optional micropayments. Kingdom Hearts: Unchained X is a prequel to the Kingdom Hearts series, so it may be interesting not only for new players, but also for the fans. In comparison to the previous installments, this version is reduced. During gameplay you visit various locations based on Disney animations, in which you fight monsters known as the Heartless. The turn-based battles with the medal system play a key role in the game. During a turn, you get one action point for each medal the character is equipped with. By tapping the enemy or sliding a finger across the screen, you carry out an attack against a single unit or a group of enemies. Moreover, medals give you special abilities which can be developed through the game. The fairytale-like atmosphere is complemented by cartoonish 2D graphics.
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix
RPG 02 December 2014
Another set of refreshed versions of Kingdom Hearts games, developed for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The package includes: Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded. The first title is an expanded version of the second main entry in the series known from PlayStation 2, the second one is a special edition of the first PlayStation Portable entry in the series. The third one was originally released on Nintendo DS, and develops the plot from Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Final Mix. The controls of all games were adapted to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 controllers. The graphics of the title were improved so that they support HD resolution.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix
RPG 14 March 2013
Improved and improved version of Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories. Both titles boast improved graphics and trophy support. The collection is also enriched by HD film interludes and the feature abbreviation Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days.
Kingdom Hearts: Re:Coded
RPG 07 October 2010
Kingdom Hearts: Re:Coded is a remake of a game that was launched in 2009 on Japanese mobile phones. Square-Enix Studio, responsible for this original cRPG, in which the protagonists of Final Fantasy and Disney appeared, decided to recreate the story on a portable Nintendo console.
Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days
RPG 30 May 2009
The next installment of the popular series of Japanese RPG games combining the worlds of Square Enix production with characters and landscapes from Disney animated films. The authors managed to transfer to the game most of the elements known from the first and second parts, published on PlayStation 2. The game consists in exploring fairy-tale areas, conducting dramatic conversations with other characters, as well as participating in arcade fights.
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
RPG 07 December 2004
The next installment of the popular series of Japanese RPG games combining the worlds of Square Enix production with characters and landscapes from Disney animated films. Visually, the whole thing resembles 16-bit productions of this genre. The fighting system, on the other hand, resembles that of PlayStation 2 and combines card elements with dexterity aspects.
RPG 16 September 2002
It used to be a game named after Zelda. It turned out to be beautiful and it was remembered forever. After all, the creators of the equally captivating Final Fantasy series combined their world with the Disney universe, following the example of many elements in Zelda.