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Jonathan Higgins posted a article in SonyRemember the rumors circulating regarding â€œKingdom Hearts 2.9â€? I“m not sure if they“re the same thing, but...during the SCEJA Press Conference at TGS 2015, Square-Enix pulled back the curtain on a brand new Kingdom Hearts compilation with the craziest title yet. Feast your eyes upon the footage of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue for PlayStation 4. The game includes Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance HD, Kingdom Hearts Ï‡ Back Cover, and...Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage. While the first title is pretty self-explanatory, the other two raise a few questions. The second title, similar to Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days in 1.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded in 2.5 ReMIX, is a movie; it“s based on Kingdom Hearts: Unchained Ï‡. What“s the third one? It“s a new story based on Birth by Sleep Volume 2 [beware the spoilers], something long-teased at the end of Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Final Mix. Square-Enix in North America have already confirmed a localization for the compilation. A higher quality version of the trailer you see above, plus all the details in English, will be made available this Thursday, so stay tuned for that! Will anyone be picking up this new Kingdom Hearts compilation on PS4? Be sure to let us know!
Jason Clement posted a article in SonyUPDATE: It appears that 358/2 Days will not actually be playable on the collection. Rather it will only showcase the cutscenes in HD in theater mode, meaning there are only two actual games in the collection. We all knew it was coming sooner or later, but today we finally received word that Kingdom Hearts will be receiving an HD collection of sorts on the PS3. Titled Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, the collection will house Kingdom Hearts 1, Chain of Memories, and 358/2 Days; the first two of which will include trophy support. No mention of Kingdom Hearts 2, however. In light of its disappearance, it's entirely plausible that there will be another collection after this one, likely housing Kingdom Hearts 2, Re:coded, Birth By Sleep, and Dream Drop Distance, given that those all take place from 2 onward. For now, the collection is only announced for Japan, and will release there next year. Square Enix has opened a teaser site for the collection here.