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KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Coded

KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Coded, released on the Nintendo DS in 2011, was the series’ first small taste of things to come following the immensely popular KINGDOM HEARTS II.

The story, though admittedly lacking compared to other titles, centers on recovering data from Jiminy Cricket’s Journal, and reveals several truths that will become more relevant in later installments in the series.

Where Re:Coded really shines is in its gameplay.  The game features a variety of play modes, ranging from side-scrolling platforming to classic turn-based RPG combat.

KINGDOM HEARTS HD II.5 ReMIX

KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Coded was also included in the KINGDOM HEARTS HD II.5 ReMIX collection for PlayStation 3.  The game was given the same treatment as KINGDOM HEARTS 358/2 Days in the previous HD collection (i.e.: HD Cinematics).

The game still featured PSN Trophy support for viewing certain percentages of the HD Cinematic.

KINGDOM HEARTS HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX

KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Coded was also featured in the KINGDOM HEARTS HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX collection for PlayStation 4.  The PSN Trophy support previously featured in the PlayStation 3 collection was removed for this release, however.