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Mike Salbato
Square Enix Announces Pre-Order Incentive for Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
You say you like Kingdom Hearts artwork? Then you might want to pre-order!
05.07.13 - 12:18 PM

Square Enix announced this morning that customers who pre-order the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX for PS3 can net themselves a spiffy limited edition 24-page hardcover art book.

"What is an art book?" I can hear some of you asking. Luckily, we have a little teaser that gives you can idea of what artwork looks like in the form of a book:

Kingdom Hearts ReMix Pre-Order Goodies

Art books are always a nice bonus, especially when they come in hardcover form. The book will contain character renders, promotional art, and more, covering all three games in the collection: Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. While KH 358/2 Days makes its appearance in the form of an HD cinematic presentation, the other two games are fully playable and upgraded forms of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix (released only in Japan) and Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories (making it a PS3 upgrade of a PS2 re-imagining of a Game Boy Advance title, for those keeping track).

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX releases on September 10, 2013 for PlayStation 3, and will retail for $39.99.


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