yesterday, a lot The goodness of Kingdom Hearts goes to Nintendo Switch to celebrate Sora’s arrival at Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Now you know the details of the game in progress. There are so many things to unpack.

Three titles announced yesterday – Kingdom Hearts-HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter prologue When Kingdom Hearts III – Technically it contains a total of 10 games, and Square Enix states that it is “the complete story of Sora’s exploits so far.” Putting all this content together,Kingdom Hearts Integra Masterpiece‘Collection, all-in-one digital package.

You can combine all three bundles into one by purchasing that collection. That’s a total of 10 “games” (although 358/2 Days and Re: Coded are just a collection of cutscenes here). I’m sure many fans have reservations as the entire collection will be Switch-based and cloud-based, but what’s really it to see the entire series appearing overnight on the new system? is.

To explain in a little more detail, here’s a complete overview of how to play the full set.

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 +2.5 Remix Cloud Version

The first collection contains:

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix -An action RPG that first introduced the world of Sora and Kingdom Hearts to gamers. Enhanced with remastered HD visuals, improved controls, a remade soundtrack and more.

Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories -After the dramatic event of the first game, Sora, Donald, and Goofy come across a mysterious castle oblivion and an adventure that threatens their memory, one of their most precious treasures. The game enhances the series’ original action RPG gameplay with an innovative card battle system. This is one of the most unique games in the series.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 (HD Remaster Cinematics) -This story focuses on Roxas, a young man who has a very special relationship with Sora. This release features the cinematics of the original game, has been enhanced with additional text, and has been remastered in HD.

Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix -Sora, Donald and Goofy reunited in a spectacular action RPG, taking you to an incredibly memorable and unexpected Disney world.

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix -This is really a fan favorite. This is the first part focusing on three new playable characters: Terra, Ventus and Aqua. The stories of these three friends are truly emotional and have a great influence on the story of Kingdom Hearts.

Kingdom Hearts Re: Coded (HD Remaster Cinematics) -In this story, bring a virtual Sora named Data Sora into the digital world and find the answer to a mysterious message. This collection features only enhanced cinematics.

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Kingdom Hearts HD2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Cloud Version

The second collection gives you:

Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD -Sora and his best friend Riku take their Mark of Mastery exam to become a true keyblade wielder. It … doesn’t go as planned.

Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep-Fragmental Passage- -This stunning bite-sized action RPG puts you in Aqua’s pointed shoes, which debuted at Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. This is a must-see as the game events lead directly to Kingdom Hearts III.

Kingdom Hearts χ back cover (movie) -This special movie goes back to the timeline of the series and tells the story of Forester.

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Kingdom Hearts III + Remind (DLC) Cloud Version

The third collection contains:

Sora’s battle with the forces of darkness reaches an unforgettable climax in this beautiful adventure that takes Sora, Donald and Goofy into the brand new world of Disney and Pixar. They explore the toy store with Buzz and Woody, solve the sinister plot with Rapunzel, and help Sally and Mike Wazowski show their evil powers to the door.

The Switch version also includes Re Mind DLC as standard, offering additional story content, new boss battles, and loading of additional features as part of your purchase.

If you’re looking for a franchise-obsessed way, or if you discovered Sora in yesterday’s smash release and learned more about it, this might be a great way to do it. What if everything wasn’t cloud-based?