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Shows Sora, Donald, and Goofy - Kingdom Hearts
Image Courtesy of Square Enix
Shows Sora, Donald, and Goofy - Kingdom Hearts
Image Courtesy of Square Enix

Kingdom Hearts, a beloved series from Square Enix, finally arrives on PC as an exclusive on the Epic Games Store. On March 30, fans worldwide will be able to experience the Disney/Final Fantasy/Pixar JRPG hybrid on PC for the first time. Epic Games revealed the news with a tweet to the surprise of many fans.

The convoluted conclusion of Sora’s epic adventures across the many worlds of Disney and Final Fantasy finally culminated with the long-awaited Kingdom Hearts III back in January of 2019. With over 13 titles and re-releases that spanned across many consoles and devices, from the Gameboy Advance to the Sony PSP and Nintendo 3DS, many fans could find joy in having all their beloved games in one place. However, some fans might encounter issues with the price point. The Epic Games Store has three bundles that feature all the games, movies, and tie-ins to complete the ever confusing story from start to finish. They even included new content you can see below.


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

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KINGDOM HEARTS Dream Drop Distance HD: A full-HD remaster. Sora and Riku take on the Mark of Mastery exam in preparation for their coming showdown with Master Xehanort.

KINGDOM HEARTS χ Back Cover (movie): A new HD movie that tells the mysterious story of the Foretellers from the series’ origins

KINGDOM HEARTS 0.2 Birth by Sleep – A fragmentary passage – : A brand new episode that links to KINGDOM HEARTS III.


Remind DLC

And new to the series is KINGDOM HEARTS: MEMORY OF MELODY, a rhythm action game featuring 20+ characters, 140+ music tracks, and an online VS multiplayer mode. Relive the journey with your friends and family on March 30 for a total price of $230.00. Exclusively on the Epic Games Store. 

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