Good news: the entire Kingdom Hearts series is now available on Nintendo Switch. Bad news: Kingdom Hearts for Cloud doesn’t refer to the FF7 hero; you must be connected to the internet to play. That could prove tricky for a portable gaming console, but it’s better than nothing. It also means the games take almost no space, clocking in at less than 200 MB for the entire collection.

The Kingdom Hearts series is available in three different packs that include all the various spin-offs and sequels. You can purchase them individually, or as part of the Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece, which includes everything for $89.99, currently discounted to $71.99.

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX Cloud Version ($39.99)

  • Kingdom Hearts Final Mix
  • Re: Chain of Memories
  • 258/2 Days (HD Remastered Cinematics)
  • Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix
  • Birth by Sleep Final Mix
  • Re:Coded (HD Remastered Cinematics)

Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Cloud Version ($49.99)

  • Dream Drop Distance HD
  • Birth by Sleep – A Fragmentary Passage
  • Back Cover movie

Kingdom Hearts 3 + Re Mind DLC Cloud Version ($39.99)

  • Kingdom Hearts 3
  • Re Mind DLC

Kingdom Hearts originally began in 2002 as a unique blend of Disney characters and worlds with action-JRPG gameplay (and Final Fantasy characters!). Kingdom Hearts 2 released in 2005, but fans would have to rely on several spin-offs and bite-size sequels and prequels for over a decade before the launch of Kingdom Hearts 3 in 2019.

The series is rated E10+ with alcohol references and fantasy violence.


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