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I can understand Kingdom Hearts 3 but the others...



     


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Oh......I thought it was just KH3 that was the Cloud version, oh well.



Wow, that is pretty lazy of Square to not do a native port for 1.5 and 2.5 at least, those were both PS3 games so Switch has the specs to run them pretty easily. I can understand not porting 2.8 (since 0.2, part of the 2.8 collection, is a demo for the KH3 engine) and KH3 itself, but there is no reason why they couldn't have done native versions for 1.5 and 2.5.



I understand 3
But really, 1.5 and 2.5 HD?

Do the biggest publishers just not care anymore



I cannot describe how disappointed I feel. Angry even. KH I, CoM and II are some of my favourite games ever. And I've been hoping for a portable console release of the HD collections since the Vita was still a thing. With the Switch I thought it would be just a matter of time before they announced a port.

But on the cloud? PS2 era games... On the cloud? Not even a digital release?

Fuck you SE. Fuck. You.



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I think HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix should have been actual releases.

Good to see the original series ending up on Switch at least in some form.
Although I always said I don't think KH3 would come to Switch, so I'll eat some cloud-crow for that.

Last edited by Hiku - on 05 October 2021

Kneetos said:

Do the biggest publishers just not care anymore

Yes.



Well the silver lining is that they won't show up on my e-shop.



Good guy Nintendo, marketing franchises, that their publishers will give practically no effort to put on their main platform



 

 

We reap what we sow

I don't know what to think about it. They are really avoiding putting western fighters in the game

Last edited by 160rmf - on 05 October 2021

 

 

We reap what we sow