Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review for PS3: Since the series debut on the PS2 in 2002, the Kingdom Hearts series has now been scattered on seven platforms. In order to bring the series back to a common denominator, Square Enix brings together the previous saga now using HD collections on a single platform, the PS3. We start with the Japanese with Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix, which reissued combines three part series in fancy 1080p.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review for PS3: The heart of the collection is the HD implementation of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix. Starting with the look and the sound from the control and the difficulty to additional story scenes and new enemies, the developers have improved in all the PS2 pearl. The camera is not as bitchy as the original, which ensures a better overview during the action-packed battles.
Thanks to the new "Final Mix" difficulty frustrating moments are finally passé and the general control was matched to that of Kingdom Hearts 2, resulting in Sora, Donald and Goofy's first adventure takes place much more pleasant. Given these improvements, the fantastic story is braked with their memorable moments of not more gameplay annoyances and it becomes more evident what is the first Kingdom Hearts for a great adventure. The perfect, wonderfully atmospheric implementation of Disney templates is still a stunner and Kingdom Hearts FM HD is like a magical trip down memory lane.
But there is a downside: Unlike the original game, the final mix is missing the unspeakably good German dubbing. The English dubbing is very high quality and has all the original Disney spokesman, but it seems very strange to hear all the Disney characters, with whom we have grown up with very different voices. Thus, the HD edition unfortunately lost something of its great atmosphere. Incidentally, all three in Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix titles included with English language edition and German texts.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review: Story hui, fights Pooh
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review for PS3: The second game in the league is the HD remake of Re: Chain of Memories, that's never been published by us. However, this is also the weakest part of the HD collection. Chain of Memories attaches directly to the end of Kingdom Hearts, and thus closes the gaping plot hole for the second part. Sora, Donald and Goofy get it into Castle Oblivion, where some members of Organization XIII initiated and are deprived of their memories. The plot of Chain of Memories is especially interesting because it sheds light on the machinations and goals of the Organization XIII.
Unfortunately Chain of Memories has two big problems: First, all the Disney worlds and storys of the first Kingdom Hearts recycled one-to-one, which is why the effect seen nothing new. And secondly, some of the game mechanics, especially the combat system failed. In Chain of Memories is all based on different kinds of trading cards that you collect throughout the game.
With the cards you determined the structure of the rooms and floors in Castle Oblivion, and also denies the fighting. While the former is quite interesting, the latter terribly annoying. Since each action is associated with a map and you must be very awkward looking the desired cards in his deck of cards, you can never really concentrate on the action and fight the fights went very haltingly.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review: Three great gift
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review for PS3: Unusual, but successful, however, is the implementation of the NDS portion Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. For a complete implementation of the disc space was not enough. Therefore, the developer 358/2 Days have instead packaged in the form of a two and a half hours long video story to the entire plot of the title in the HD Remix. The bulk of the story is told with cutscenes vollvertonten, while isolated areas are summarized in text only. 358/2 Days plays parallel to Chain of Memories, but tells the story from the perspective of Organization XIII.
In it you learn the history of Sora's nobody Roxas, what is going on with the mysterious Xion and why the organization has XIII lured Sora to Castle Oblivion. Also, you can browse countless background information on the menu in Roxas' diaries and secret reports of the organization. 358/2 Days HD completes the package from super, which is supported primarily from the fabulous HD implementation of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review Conclusion
Anyone who has been waiting for the ideal opportunity to enter into the Kingdom Hearts saga, she has found with Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix. Despite the weaknesses of Re: Chain of Memories HD Collection is worth buying for both fans and series newcomers, what is owed to the class implemented in HD first part especially. The developers have consistently been ironed out all the weaknesses of the original and the facelift is super Sora and his friends to face. That was simply amazing! Nevertheless, it was a great reunion with Sora, Riku, Kairi, Donald, Goofy and all the others. And next is welcome to join the remaining offshoots HD Remix 2.5. That's all about Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review for PS3.