Speed Racer wrote: »
it's weird how much of this stuff kinda just looks like an alternate cut of the last few ending cutscenes
never die wrote: »
So I have finally picked up KH3. I did the first area and man...it feels like they gave them one line read for a lot of this stuff. It sounds rough. Then I got to the second area, and the VA seemed to improve drastically. Did that stick out to others at the time? Did it actually get better, or am I Stockholm Syndroming myself?
LD50 wrote: »
It really feels like they're afraid of doing anything plot related inside a Disney world, which only leaves them the original worlds at the very beginning and very end of the game.
YggiDee wrote: »
Having teenaged RPG leads is really cool until you stop being a teenager yourself. Do you remember being seventeen? You're a dumbass at seventeen! I wanna be saved by the guy who's twenty-seven. He's at least payed taxes. He knows how to do shit. He can drive.
Mr. G wrote: »
well, that is technically still winter
Moriveth wrote: »
So folks, I gave up on KH1 a while ago due to the Ansem fight being hot greasy bullshit. Is it worth trying to grind through shit so I can end this chapter in my life?
Moriveth wrote: »
I do have a save at the final rest. How hard is it to get the ultima weapon?
Emerlmaster999 wrote: »
Mulan got more to do in the two hours she was in the franchise than Kairi has in almost a dozen games.
Enlong wrote: »
Unless Re:Mind changes that entire sequence leading up to the fight with the old coot, that is still going to be the absolute low point of the game for me. Probably of the series as a whole, considering how long that lie stretched (I was baited from the end of 3D).They would need to entirely rewrite how Xehanort goads Sora into a fight, and make it so that he still vanishes for Kairi at the end. There are, obviously, ways that this could be done, but I'm very much not expecting it.