Kingdom Hearts has some great music, and Curaga Records has made it their latest project with The Oceans Between, a new cover album that re-renders ten of the most popular tracks in the series, including the iconic “Simple and Clean” from the original game and “cavern Of Remembrance” from Kingdom Hearts II.
Maybe I was a bit naive in thinking Square Enix would stop making Kingdom Hearts games after the third one. It took a lot of effort to get it done, after all, and it’s my understanding it wraps up the story of the “trilogy” (note that I did not finish the game, nor come close. Got as far as Woody and Buzz though). Also, Square called the sales “disappointing,” but they do that for every single game they sell when it doesn’t clear 100 billion copies in its first week.’
As the sun rose today, Smash Bros fans watched Nintendo’s live broadcast with a lot of anticipation and a bit of nervousness. They were about to reveal their very last fighter for Smash Bros Ultimate, and a complete lemon wasn’t outside the realm of possibility. Fortunately, Sakurai delivered the good stuff: Kingdom Hearts’ Sora, a long-time demand, was at last satisfied. He’ll be leaping around and slashing his Keyblade before the month is through.
If you have XBox Game Pass, and you haven’t played EVERY game in the Kingdom Hearts series (don’t lie to us), you’ve been given a gift this weekend that should keep you busy. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue are now part of the Pass, making eight full games that can be downloaded today.
SQUARE ENIX® and Disney released the popular KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX and KINGDOM HEARTS HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue compilations for the Xbox One family of devices. Introducing nine unforgettable adventures to Xbox players for the first time, the expansive compilations collectively include over 100 hours of KINGDOM HEARTS adventures, paving the way for new players to experience the journey leading up to the release of the critically acclaimed KINGDOM HEARTS III.
Square has made a reliable habit of bundling all their previously released Kingdom Hearts games into one package every time something new comes along. It’s no surprise, then, that with the release of the DLC content ReMind, they’ve thrown everything into one box. The Kingdom Hearts All-In-One Package will appear this March and contain hundreds of hours of Disney-Square crossover content:
Keyblade wielders can jump back into their epic journey with Sora and friends as the Re Mind DLC* for the award-winning RPG, KINGDOM HEARTS III, is now available via digital download on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system.
Kingdom Hearts 3 was released nearly a year ago, but its story isn’t over yet. Sora and his animated buddies are returning one more time in the ReMind DLC chapter, which arrives early next year.
Both Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and KINGDOM HEARTS Union X have held many promotions over the years, but this is the first time the mobile titles will be collaborating with each other.
The Kingdom Hearts trilogy on PS4 may officially be complete (aside from some unreleased DLC content yet to come), but the mobile spinoff Kingdom Hearts Union X is still alive after launching in Japan four years ago. Square has announced an interesting new development to spice things up…the great KEYBLADE WAR is about to begin! Here’s what to expect over the next few weeks…
The hype over Kingdom Hearts 3 brought to focus how awesome the music is in the Kingdom Hearts series. Materia Collective has responded with Kingdom Heartbeats, a collection of remixes to some of KH’s most memorable songs. RoboRob, a producer/DJ from Tampa, Florida, created these new covers:
We would imagine Square Enix is pleased with the stratospheric sales of Kingdom Hearts 3, released late January. There was one complication, however, they hadn’t accounted for: the existence of the third game ended up driving demand so high for the rest of the series, the compliation became impossible to find.