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  1. On 9/11/2019 at 1:15 PM, Allwil13 said:

    That could be it, I suppose. Verum Rex does seem like it's going to be pretty relevant. 

    This third line could also be related to the Master of Masters. Maybe it's connected to his past and where he came from?

    I believe this could be possible. Because consider what Joshua was explaining to Sora and Riku in DDD, about parallel worlds and how they could seem similar, but were altogether different! This could be what Nomura refers to when it comes to the world line. Because perhaps we are already on a different world line in UX, in the alternate timeline where the memory of the Keyblade War was erased from the minds of the Dandelions! And I know that one of the Secret Reports in KHIII has Luxu talking about these "world lines" so I'm assuming they are either alternate or parallel dimensions altogether, be it through the Realm Of Sleep or the Datascape!

  2. On 9/16/2019 at 9:03 AM, Iamkingdomhearts1000 said:

    Who knows. But...I'd like to believe otherwise. 

    I think everyone looks too much on the negative aspects of KH III. It's meant to be a new kind of KH game for the following decade. The only reason it probably failed was because it didn't exactly give off an ending that fans were hoping for of the Xehanort Saga. But it does have potential and also, I'm happy with the game itself. 


    Just enjoy it for what it is, not what it is SUPPOSED to be. 

    And I honestly loved the build up that the game did for the next saga. Closing things off with Xehanort while paving the way towards the future with Luxu and the Foretellers! :)

  3. Thank you for informing us about this awesomeness, Aquaberry!

    Oh boy, this trailer got me so flipping hyped for Re:Mind! And mind you, I was already excited to begin with, but seeing all this extra footage and all the playable characters...gahh! And I love that the Keyblade War will be expanded upon, as it was the best part of the whole game! And those Limit attacks, good lord!!!!

    Winter can't come soon enough! I hope this adds at least 15 to 20 hours to the base game, so we have enough content to chew on as we await the beginning of the next saga!

  4. Very intriguing and mysterious, as is the norm from the almighty Nomura-sensei!

    Thanks for informing us about this, xionskeyblade! I'm dying to know just what it is that Nomura has in store for us! He did say there'd be at least one more game before Kingdom Hearts IV, so I wonder if it'll be a Union X game for the PS4?

    As for the story of Union X in general, big things are about to happen, and I'm psyched to see what it is!

  5. On 8/22/2019 at 1:55 AM, BBroken said:

    Well said. In Dark Souls you could rely on shields and poise as well as phantoms. Shields and heavy tanking were removed in Bloodborne. But in Sekiro your options are limited. Yeah, you can get upgrades for your health and prosthetic tools, but you would have received them anyway thanks to linear progress - https://www.reddit.com/r/Sekiro/comments/b4m7xb/for_those_who_have_been_playing_this_a_lot_how/


    Don't get me wrong, the Sekiro is great, but it really makes me mad and uncomfortable sometimes. I even switch to indie games like Hello Neighbor or Psychonauts just to calm down during playtrough. Those are my favorites, I learnt every corner of these games. Okay, now off to Genichiro again...

    Oh wow, the game is that hard? Oh boy, then I know I'm in for a challenge once I get the game!

  6. On 8/11/2019 at 7:59 AM, Jingilator said:

    Yeah! Not exactly insinuating that he has to win Guinness or anything. I just figured that such an accomplishment was noteworthy.

    Indeed so, my friend! And now that it was announced recently that more DLC fighters shall come, the door is still open for Sora!

  7. On 8/11/2019 at 4:39 AM, ocean's rage said:

    well it kind of fits for a britain region we got lodes of delinquent youths, not sure if theyre predominantly punk rockers though

    Hmm, most interesting!

    On 8/11/2019 at 6:25 AM, jbmasta said:

    Team Yell reminds me of football fans. Fanatically obsessed and actively against anyone who doesn't like their team. They could have had two antagonistic teams to reflect this, and it'd have made more sense than Team Aqua vs Team Magma in Hoenn. It could also offer a different angle in that while observers think they're just hooligans, they still cause trouble through their conflicts. To add some character depth to the player character, maybe the PC supports the opposite team who's antagonising everyone, and the more the player character achieves, the more they're harassed.

    The way Team Yell fanatically support one of the rivals also puts me in mind of fandoms of pop stars. The kinds of fans who jealously desire to protect the object of their fascination, who show up in crowds with signs saying "marry me" and hate whoever is dating their beloved singer the person being dated isn't them.

    Well, I hadn't thought of it that way! Still though, I just have a soft spot for the more world threatening and more serious groups in the series, Galactic and Plasma being my favorites!

  8. On 8/8/2019 at 10:10 AM, FadedSparkle said:

    Well as far as know Sora  was never bequeathed a keyblade of his own and the Kingdom Key has throughout the series on a few occasions still answered to Riku even after choosing Sora over him in KH1. I.E At Memory's Skyscraper under the guise of Oblivion. Because the original form of the Oblivion keyblade Roxas loans Riku to fight off the heartless together here is Kingdom Key it for all intents and purposes should reject Riku, but it doesn't. And this was before Soul Eater had evolved into Way to Dawn. Then in Dream Drop Distance after the battle with Armored Ventus Nightmare Riku uses Kingdom Key twice without any trouble. It's like Sora is Kingdom Key's primary user, but secondary owner.

    That's an interesting way to look at things!

  9. On 8/9/2019 at 4:28 PM, ienzo628 said:

    Good thing we got that covered up.  What exactly is in the Black Box and why did Luxu go to the point of using Xehanort to obtain it?

    I'm very curious about this, and I'm sure the box will be a big point of interest in the next saga, ya know?

  10. On 7/27/2019 at 10:54 PM, Ventus_ said:

    How disgraceful of people to defile a children oriented area like this and that the family refused to cooperate with the police just further establishes a lack of consideration. I hope this family is permanently banned. 

    It's a bit bizarre that no one knows the cause of the fight. Are witnesses not coming forward?

    That's something that legit has me curious. What could have been the reason?

  11. On 8/9/2019 at 6:20 PM, FlipMode said:

    I voted for Luke V Vader Rematch / ROTJ battle. 

    I feel like that battle does a good job of showing and through it's dialogue how battles within the Star Wars universe really work. It's not necessarily just about which combatant happens to just be faster with a blade, there's mindfulness, hatred and how well the character can channel their emotions and beliefs into their combat to give them the advantage. When there's two very skilled opponents, it becomes almost more of a mind game. It's one of the cool things about the Star Wars universe as a whole that fascinates me and keeps people talking about it for all these years. 

    I do think there are other really good choices (a couple of which aren't on the poll) but the battles in the original / empire trilogy are the most interesting to me. Because they are set later in the time line than the prequels so I find they tap into the lore more. 

    I love how each of these duels really encompasses the ideologies of these characters or just their raw emotions. Makes me wonder how Episode IX's duel will play out, if there is one!

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