The Japanese Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX is a fan’s dream

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Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX releases in Japan in October, and in North America and Europe in December. Square Enix has revealed a brand new illustration by Tetsuya Nomura which will serve as the game’s cover art.

Japan will also be receiving three different version of Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX, two that includes the first HD ReMIX (check out the awesome package).

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The Kingdom Hearts HD ReMIX Dual Pack will include both games in a windowed slipcase that showcases the games cover art and will also include a code for Kingdom Hearts χ [chi] “Anniversary Set”, which is a browser-based game only available currently in Japan.

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There are no words to describe the Kingdom Hearts HD ReMIX Collectors Pack, which include both Kingdom Hearts HD ReMIX games that feature alternate covers on the discs, a Blu-ray disc of Kingdom Hearts Music Collection featuring 32 remastered tracks from both games, the Kingdom Hearts Visual Collection which includes 30 pages of artwork from the game, and the Kingdom Hearts χ [chi] “Anniversary Set” code all inside a very Kingdom Hearts heavy inspired box with a Sora sketch.

The Kingdom Hearts HD ReMIX Dual Pack will retail for ¥9,800 ($97) and the Kingdom Hearts HD ReMIX Collectors Pack will retail for ¥14,00 ($139) when the game releases in Japan. No word if Square Enix has any plans to being out a similar bundle to America, but they did a Limited Edition Bundle via their website for Final Fantasy X/X-2 Remastered so there is a chance.

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Japan will also receive a new KHII Sora Play Arts Kai which will be available with the different editions of the games.

 

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