Best WTF HD Screenshots for Kingdom Hearts II.5

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By Jalane Farrington – 23rd August 2014
Best WTF HD Screenshots for Kingdom Hearts II.5

From the crossover of Final Fantasy to Disney worlds, Kingdom Hearts has attracted many spectators for different reasons: familiar iconic faces, musical soundtracks, innovative gameplay and hidden surprises. As such, this beloved role-playing game has accumulated numerous fans who were willing to follow the main protagonist named Sora and his companions in other spin-offs, which eventually tie into the main plot. Though console owners argue against the marketing scheme to exclusively release some titles for specific handheld or other gaming consoles, these fans do appreciate the high definition remixes for bringing these exclusive titles back to the PlayStation console, but this hypnotic series still contain some moments that are just priceless.

To celebrate this upcoming game that will arrive during the holiday sales, the developer and publisher, Square Enix, has been releasing new HD screenshots on Kingdom Hearts II.5. Though these various screenshots are awe-inspiring (particularly battle scenes or background with great clarity), some captured moments just make fans wonder, gasp, and imagine some creative captions that belong to these images. As such, this writer pulled the best “wtf” six photos.

If readers believe that another existing HD screenshot should join this category, please share with us with a creative caption. After all, we enjoy games and love to share some funny times too.

For more information, please visit the official website. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX will release in North America, December 2nd and 5th December 2014 in Europe, exclusively on the PlayStation 3.


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