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Revisiting Kingdom Hearts 1: Was It As Bad As I Thought?

A long time ago, I wrote a review of the first Kingdom Hearts game. That was among my more negative reviews, as my first playthrough of KH1 was not an overly enjoyable one. Admittedly, it was probably one of my less fair analyses. So, with Sora having been added to Smash Bros, I decided to… Continue reading Revisiting Kingdom Hearts 1: Was It As Bad As I Thought?

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Kingdom Hearts 2: Less Disney, More Anime

Kingdom Hearts is infamous for a lot of things. People often make fun of the series for just how strange it truly is. Putting Disney and Final Fantasy together was already odd enough. But then you add all the original story elements and it just got all the more strange. Best KH artwork, fight me… Continue reading Kingdom Hearts 2: Less Disney, More Anime

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Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days: First a Game, Then a Movie, Always Boring

Alright, let me explain, because I bet you're pretty confused right now. Square Enix released a lot of Kingdom Hearts games over the years. But not all of them were well received. Nor did all of them get the HD treatment that most of the games did. However, Square couldn't just throw them away altogether,… Continue reading Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days: First a Game, Then a Movie, Always Boring

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Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories: When the Story Went to Hell

Two games in and the series' plot has already gone to hell. And it only gets worse from here. Good job, guys. Chain of Memories might be the strangest entry in the entire franchise. And that, as anyone who is familiar with Kingdom Hearts knows, is a very bold statement. A good number of people… Continue reading Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories: When the Story Went to Hell

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Kingdom Hearts: The One That Kinda Makes Sense

Ah, Kingdom Hearts. The series is well known for many things. Cheesy dialogue, nonsensical storytelling that makes the Fourth Great Ninja War arc look clear and concise, and the seemingly unimaginable blend of classic Disney icons and anime-ass Final Fantasy characters. Some people love the series with all their hearts (heh heh, puns). Others think… Continue reading Kingdom Hearts: The One That Kinda Makes Sense