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  1. You have become one of my favorite Kingdom Hearts YouTubers. I think all of your Kingdom Hearts videos are great, and these are no exception.
  2. These are my favorites from Kingdom Hearts III and Re:Mind that I can't wait to listen to and have official names for: Dearly Beloved (Kingdom Hearts III version) The Deep End (all four parts of the Rock Titan version) Tension Rising (Kingdom of Corona version) Beneath the Lanterns (cutscene music during the lantern scene in Kingdom of Corona, assuming the cutscene music is included in the soundtrack that is) The Key to Light (the version that plays during the battle against the Demon Storm) The Other Promise/Vector to the Heavens (Saix boss theme) Oscurita di Xehanort (Ansem/Xemnas/Young Xehanort boss theme) Scala ad Caelum L'Eminenza Oscura (Data Ansem boss theme) L'Oscurità dell'Ignoto (Data Xemnas boss theme) Lord of the Castle (Data Marluxia boss theme) Forze de Male (Data Dark Riku boss theme) Vector to the Heavens (Data Xion boss theme) A Glimmer atop 104 (Yozora boss theme)
  3. I personally don't mind this kind of game, and I am actually really looking forward to Dark Road. As far as Union χ[cross] goes, I think that the art style is fine and that the game gives you more than enough jewels for free to get good medals that will at least get you through the main story, which is really all I'm playing the game for in the first place. I also think that the gameplay for Union χ[cross] is fun, and I actually prefer its gameplay to the gameplay of 358/2 Days, Chain of Memories, and Re:coded. The only problems I have with Union χ[cross] are story related. The main issues I have with it are that it takes forever for the next chapter of the main story to be released and that there is a bit too much filler. I hope that these same issues do not appear in Dark Road. Then, to a lesser extent, I think that this game's story is a little too complicated. I know that many people think that this is true of every Kingdom Hearts game, but I actually think that the stories of each game are pretty easy to follow, except for Dream Drop Distance and Union χ[cross]. However, the reason why the story of Union χ[cross] seems so complicated may just be due to the fact that the full story hasn't been released yet. Because there is still more story that has yet to be released, it is possible that things will be explained by the end of it, but I think that many of the questions I have will go unanswered. The last issue I have, which is more of a minor issue, is that there was no focus on the Keyblade War, which is something that I wanted to see, and that when once the Keyblade War chapter was released it was released as very difficult bonus missions. But again, that is more of a minor issue that doesn't really affect my view on the game as a whole.
  4. This has greatly increased my interest for this game. Not that I wasn't already interested, I was just originally in no rush for it to come out, especially since I thought it was going to be really short and only feature characters we already knew. Now I'm thinking there's more to this game than I originally thought, and I want to find out everything about it. I especially want to learn all about these new characters.
  5. One thing I look forward to in every Kingdom Hearts game is the Disney bosses. Here are my top 10:
  6. While I think that KH1 and KH2 are better overall, I think that KH3 has the best moments in the entire series. I think I remember hearing someone say once that everything from Anti-Aqua to Scala ad Caelum is the best game he's ever played, and I would have to agree. Of everything that happened in that part of the game, here are my favorites (listed in the order that they happened in game): Anti-Aqua I loved everything involving Anti-Aqua, from Riku's fight against the Demon Tower that ends with him calling for Sora to help him to Aqua realizing she's no longer in the Realm of Darkness, it was all fantastic. Sora and Kairi sharing a paopu fruit Sora and Kairi sharing a paopu fruit was the only thing I was really hoping to see in this game, so I was over the moon with excitement when it happened. Everyone who still says that they aren't a couple is just in denial at this point since, now that their destinies are intertwined, they are basically already married. Union χ This was the most epic moment in all of Kingdom Hearts history: Sora fighting the storm of darkness with the light of the past (the contest winners from Union χ). There was only one moment that topped this one that appeared in the DLC, which we will get to later. The Sea Salt Trio reunite Like with Anti-Aqua, everything about this moment, from when Sora first showed up to help Kairi and Axel to the end when Sora left and the Sea Salt Trio was left alone with each other was all fantastic. Sora, Riku, and King Mickey vs. Ansem, Xemnas, and Young Xehanort When I was younger, I imagined a fight in which King Mickey summoned Sora and Riku to help him defeat Ansem, Xemnas, and Master Xehanort. It was something that I thought was too crazy to ever actually happen, but low and behold, it did. Sora, Donald, and Goofy vs. Master Xehanort Sora, Donald, and Goofy fighting a Master Xehanort who is now wielding the χ-Blade on a platform of light high in the sky with Kingdom Hearts shining above you? Yes, please. The Guardians of Light vs. the Replica Xehanorts We're in the DLC now. This fight was pure fan service, and I loved every moment of it. King Mickey vs. the Replica Xehanorts This is the moment that surpassed Union χ as the most epic Kingdom Hearts moment: King Mickey slowly moving toward the giant Keyhole in the sky as he blocks the attacks from the Replica Xehanorts, ending with him annihilating all of them. I'm sure future moments will surpass this one as the most epic moment in Kingdom Hearts history, but right now, this one wears the crown. Sora and Kairi vs. Armored Xehanort While I thought that the final battle against Master Xehanort in the base game was better overall, this one was way more climactic. It just felt more like a true ending than the base game did, which resolved my main problem with the base game: the fact that it didn't feel like a finale, even though it was supposed to be one. Though those moments are the main things I loved, I also loved the detail of the Disney worlds (specifically Toy Box and the Caribbean) and I loved the soundtrack to this game (this game had the best soundtrack of all the games in the series so far, in my opinion), with my favorite tracks being (in the order that we heard them in game): The Deep End (Rock Titan Boss Theme; all four parts) Tension Rising (Kingdom of Corona Version) Beneath the Lanterns (cutscene music) Anti-Aqua Union χ Terra-Xehanort and Vanitas Boss Theme The Other Promise/Vector to the Heavens (Saix Boss Theme) Oscurita di Xehanort (Ansem/Xemnas/Young Xehanort Boss Theme) Scala ad Caelum L'Eminenza Oscura (Data Ansem) L'Oscurità dell'Ignoto (Data Xemnas) Lord of the Castle (Data Marluxia) Forze de Male (Data Dark Riku) Vector to the Heavens (Data Xion) A Glimmer atop 104 (Yozora Boss Theme) So, those are what I consider the best of the best of Kingdom Hearts III. While not the best game in the series (in my opinion), I still think it is a great game that has a lot of great things to offer.
  7. There are few videogames that I would buy new game systems for just to play them, and even then, I wouldn't keep buying new systems just to play the next game in the series. However, the Kingdom Hearts series is the only videogame series that I bought new game systems for, just so that I could play the next game in the series, even if I never bought another videogame for that game system. That's how much I love the Kingdom Hearts series. I got into Kingdom Hearts because of my love of Disney, and while the inclusion of Disney worlds and Disney characters is still one of the main things that I love about Kingdom Hearts, I now love it equally, if not more so, for the original characters and original story. Is it perfect? No. But, in a weird way, its imperfections are part of what makes it Kingdom Hearts. So, I love Kingdom Hearts, warts and all.
  8. Great video! While Kingdom Hearts III isn't my favorite game in the series, I do think that it has the best moments in the series. Here are my top 5 favorite moments from Kingdom Hearts III: Number 5: Anti-Aqua The fight against Anti-Aqua, while not my favorite boss fight in the game, is the most memorable boss fight in the game (not including Re:Mind). And it's not just the boss fight itself, but the cutscenes leading up to it and following it that make it so memorable. Number 4: The Sea Salt Trio Reunites Like with the fight against Anti-Aqua, it's not just the Sea Salt Trio reuniting that I love, but everything leading up to it. Plus, the fight against Saix has my favorite boss theme in the entire series: a mashup of the Other Promise and Vector to the Heavens. Number 3: Sora and Kairi Share a Paopu Fruit If there was one thing I wanted out of Kingdom Hearts III, it was Sora and Kairi sharing a paopu fruit. Everyone who still denies that Sora and Kairi aren't a couple after watching that are just fooling themselves. After all, since two people sharing a paopu fruit intertwines their destinies, they are basically unofficially married at this point. Number 2: Union χ I knew going into Kingdom Hearts III that the winners of that contest in Kingdom Hearts Union χ[cross] were going to appear somewhere, but I thought that they would just appear in the credits or something like that. However, I never imagined that they would be the Situation Commands that Sora uses in the epic scene when he uses the light of the past to take on the storm of darkness. This was the most epic moment in the entire Kingdom Hearts series, that is, until... Number 1: The Guardians of Light vs. the Replica Xehanorts The Guardians of Light working together to defeat the Replica Xehanorts was the most epic moment in the entire Kingdom Hearts series. It was amazing getting to see them interact with each other like this, and it all ended with King Mickey facing all of the Replica Xehanorts by himself and wiping them all out with Sora's help. I'm not sure if they could ever make a moment to top this one, but then again, I also thought that about the Union χ scene before Re:Mind was released, so I guess we will just have to wait and see what the future holds.
  9. I think that Master Xehanort's plans changed over time. He originally thought that he needed the X-Blade to start another Keyblade War, but he eventually realized that he needed another Keyblade War to forge the X-Blade. I did think it was odd that only the guardians and some of the seekers had Keyblades. However, that was indeed the second Keyblade War. As Master Xehanort said when he had all thirteen keys needed to forge the X-Blade, "Now...the Keyblade War will finally reach its conclusion!"
  10. From the very beginning of the Kingdom Hearts series, the return of Kingdom Hearts was treated as a good thing. In the story that Kairi’s Grandma told her, she said, “But the true light still sleeps, deep within the darkness. That’s why the worlds are still scattered, divided from each other. But someday, a door to the innermost darkness will open. And the true light will return.” However, somehow it started being treated as a bad thing by Kingdom Hearts III. Before the fight with Ansem, Xemnas, and Young Xehanort, Riku said to Master Xehanort, “If you do summon Kingdom Hearts, we will defeat you, and we will close it again.” And that is exactly what they did. So, why this change? Why is the return of Kingdom Hearts suddenly treated as a bad thing? I have an idea as to why that is. I think that in order for Kingdom Hearts to reunite all worlds, it was going to have to purge them, which is what Master Xehanort wanted. Everyone and everything would be consumed by darkness and destroyed just so the World could be returned to the way it used to be: one single united world that was equal in light and darkness. Therefore, even though many have thought that Kingdom Hearts' return would be a good thing, such as Kairi’s Grandma, they did not realize that it would actually be a bad thing.
  11. For me, it's really close between Kairi and Xion, but in the end, Kairi is my favorite.
  12. Now that the Dark Seeker Saga has reached its conclusion, I thought it would be fun to rank some of my favorite things that the saga gave us (some of these lists may include spoilers for Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind). Best Games Top 10 Bosses Top 10 Heroes Top 10 Keyblades Top 10 Music Top 10 Villains Top 10 Worlds But these are just my personal favorites from the Dark Seeker Saga. What are yours?
  13. It's no secret that there were many things about Kingdom Hearts III that left fans feeling disappointed. However, from everything we've seen and heard, it looked like the DLC, Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind was going to address many of those issues. Did it succeed, or did it drop the ball? This review will be split into two parts. The first part will be my review of Re:Mind. The second part will be my thoughts on whether or not Re:Mind fixed the big issue I had with Kingdom Hearts III. EDIT: I somehow accidently trapped part 2 of my review within part 1, and I have no idea how to fix it. So, if you're looking for it, that's where it is. Part 1:
  14. I don't think that there is one that I find the most interesting because they all have interesting things in them. That being said, I gave my vote to Ansem's Report from Kingdom Hearts 1 because it's actually mentioned at the beginning of the game and it gives you backstory on who Ansem is and what led him to become a villain (until he was revealed to be Xehanort's Heartless in Kingdom Hearts II that is).
  15. I gave my ranking some thought, and I switched some of the movies around. These are the changes that I made to my ranking:
  16. Now that the Skywalker Saga has finally come to a close, I thought that I'd give my ranking of all nine movies, as well as a brief explanation for why each of the movies is where it is.
  17. In the Nomura interview in the Kingdom Hearts III Ultimania, Nomura was asked who the seven new black pieces that Eraqus places on the chessboard during the epilogue are. The Q&A went like this: So, unless Nomura is not telling us the truth, it seems that Ava will indeed be one of the seven darknesses in the new saga. As for how she will get there, who knows? I don't think Luxu did anything to her, at least not in a way that would prevent her from reuniting with the others in the Epilogue, since he said, "I guess Ava didn't make it after all," after looking around for her. And when accused of excluding her, he said, "Ava had her own mission, and she carried it out." If I were to make a guess, in trying to defy the Master of Masters, Ava actually did exactly what the Master of Masters intended for her. She will probably continue to try to defy the Master of Masters in the new saga. She may even ally herself with Sora and the others. However, she will eventually be brought into her master's ranks once again, whether she is convinced to join him or she is forced to.
  18. For me, good completion awards can be anything from secret endings to concept art, just as long as it's more than just an achievment you unlock that declares that you did it. That being said, I personally think the best kind of completion award is something that can be used in game (such as a powerful weapon or a special item). This also means that I would either like the game's levels to be replayable or like an option to carry over everything you've unlocked into a new game so that you can use your new unlocked prize in every level in the game.
  19. The things I am most excited for are the new story content and the bosses that will be a part of the new story. I'm not as excited for the new boss battles against the seekers of darkess as others are, but I'm excited to see what the boss fights against Ansem, Seeker of Darkness, and Vanitas are like, and the new screenshot of the fight against Ansem just makes me more excited for it.
  20. I'm glad that Kingdom Hearts III is getting some recognition. I'm a bit disappointed that it was only "Gold" and not "Platinum" for "Best Soundtrack", but I'm happy that it placed in four categories, especially that it was "Platinum" for "Best Role-Playing Game". I honestly wasn't expecting it to do this well.
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