Grab Kingdom Hearts before the sale ends April 6th

Fans of the Kingdom Hearts series were ecstatic to learn that most of the games were finally making their way to PC via Epic Games on March 30th.

However, what longtime fans weren’t as excited about was the price. Four bundles are currently available on the store:

KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX (49.99)
• KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Chain of Memories
• KINGDOM HEARTS 358/2 Days (HD Remastered cinematics)
• KINGDOM HEARTS Birth by Sleep Final MIX
• KINGDOM HEARTS Re:coded (HD Remastered cinematics)

The KINGDOM HEARTS HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue (59.99)
  • KINGDOM HEARTS Dream Drop Distance HD
  • KINGDOM HEARTS χ Back Cover (movie)
  • KINGDOM HEARTS 0.2 Birth by Sleep – A fragmentary passage –
Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind [DLC] (59.99)
KINGDOM HEARTS Melody of Memory (59.99)
  • KINGDOM HEARTS Melody of Memory

Sora looks out at Rapunzel's castle in Kingdom Hearts III.

For those fortunate enough to have a PS4, the Kingdom Hearts All-In-One Package has been available for some time for $99.99. The PS4 bundle has all of the games in the series up until KHIII. Just  purchasing two of the PC bundles puts you well over that $99.99 threshold.

As some small relief, Epic Games has launched a “Release Celebration” period, where each game bundle has a slight discount and the purchase of Kingdom Hearts III includes 3 months of Disney Plus. The surprise sale lasts through April 6th, which seems extremely short since the games only appeared on the Epic Store on March 30th. For some games that have been out well over 15 years, the price still seems like it’s too high, especially when a few of the games included aren’t games at all-but HD cinematics.

With all that being said, I’m a die-hard Kingdom Hearts fan and will be taking a look at them anyway. Keep an eye on our Review section in the coming weeks for our thoughts on the PC port!

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Avid lover of all things fantasy and stylesheets, Emily spends her spare time trying to balance her affection for both technical and creative writing. One day she'll get there, but until then, she'd rather lose herself in the wonderful stories to be found within tabletop games and rpgs.

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