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Submitted by Pozzle 601d ago | review

Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD ReMIX Review: Rusty Keyblades | Gameranx

Gameranx: As an HD remaster of two games, this is a collection powered by the gripping hands of nostalgia. Your own love of Disney, Final Fantasy, and Kingdom Hearts itself will determine whether or not Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD ReMIX satisfies you. The collection is the best way to play both games; be that as it may, it's obvious Square Enix cut corners, and more could have been done to assure both games stood the test of time much better. In short, hanging out with Goofy, Donald Duck, and Cloud altogether makes for a unique and memorable experience over two games, but the outdated gameplay mechanics of 10 years ago will make it difficult to revisit all the beloved characters and worlds from your childhood. (Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, PS3) 6/10

M-M  +   601d ago
Ridiculous.
prettyboy12  +   601d ago
how absurd!!!
knifefight  +   600d ago
The platforming took a step down thanks to having to recycle assets from the 3DS game. It controls pretty badly.

Good game, not as good as the original.

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