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KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 AND 2.5 REMIX


The backgrounds and textures of the game had to be adjusted in order to change from the game's original 4:3 ratio to the HD 16:9. Additional imagery was added to the menu screens and Gummi Ship area to compensate for areas that were lacking from the ratio shift. According to co-director Tai Yasue, approximately 80% of the original audio was remixed, as well as additional orchestral elements added to the songs. Yasue said, "Yoko Shimomura's music is an undeniable trait of the Kingdom Hearts series, I feel like without the atmosphere she creates, it isn't Kingdom Hearts, so the mix of the final audio was carefully controlled but also provides a new depth to the familiar sound."[3] Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix was released outside Japan for the first time as part of the collection.[2]




KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 AND 2.5 REMIX



Not much more can be said of the venerable role-playing series born of two media giants and now more talked about for its mythical third instalment (it's coming guys, it has to be). Over the course of the last few years, Square Enix has retooled and repackaged the entire Kingdom Hearts canon, bundling the games into HD remixes with names as elaborate as the series' convoluted narrative. This latest package, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix, mashes together content from previously released collections and feels like a satisfyingly complete offering, the last big push before the next iteration of the saga. 041b061a72


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