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ITzDarthLordRevan last won the day on August 9 2020

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  1. I know it sounds harsh, but news of new KH Games does not excite me like it used to. I'm not interested in Melody of Memory and I want nothing to do with KHUX and Dark Road. I didn't like KH3 and that has put a damper on my optimism that future games will be better. I'll watch cutscenes of new games when they come out, but I won't actively follow the development and trailers for them. I think it's time for me to take a break from the series. It's kind of hard to let go of something you absolutely loved for over ten years and it kind of makes me a little sad that I can't bring myself to garner the same enthusiasm I once had.

  2. At this point, I don't care about Xehanort or his motives anymore. So, I will 100% not be playing it.
  3. Don't worry. My memory is complete dog shite. The only thing that fits up in my noggin is useless facts and creative stories. A customer at work tells me what drink they want, I forget a second layer, and I have to ask them again. I do it every time.
  4. Kind of. Yeah. At first I saw it as pink and white while the second time I looked at it was green and grey. As most people probably know, the left side of the brain is analytical while the right side is artistic. If you saw pink and white, your using the right side of your brain. If you see green and grey, your using the left side of your brain. Like right know, I still see it as green and grey because I'm seeing the picture in an analytical light. It's quite fascinating.
  5. I know this is a bit of a weird post, but to anybody who has not seen this Facebook post: What color are these shoes to you?
  6. Is it okay to say I disliked Kingdom Hearts 3 even with Re:mind? I tried to force myself to like it and even was in denial about not liking it. I know part of it was my high expectations, but I still have these bitter feelings that I can't explain for it that damaged my faith in future KH titles. This is all been the reason why my visits to KH13 have been few and far between.

    1. ienzo628


      I am sorry to hear that.   I still haven't finished Remind yet. 

  7. I strongly agree with you on this. I HIGHLY dislike Union Cross because of these reasons among other reasons. Call it cynical or not, this form of telling a story and these type of games are not my cup of tea.
  8. I checked. Yeah, actually. The whole quote is: "Eraqus is a blue blood, descended from the very first masters in the age of fairy tales."
  9. Mahi-Mahi with papou fruit sauce and a side of coconut rice and some sort of green vegetable like broccoli.
  10. I'm kind of iffy about this just as much as I am about hearing the rumors about there being a movie trilogy/tv series of Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic in the works. (Of course, this could of just end up being the High Republic show Disney is producing.) With both, a lot of factors about it could be done right or could be done dreadfully wrong.
  11. Time travel... I've never really given much thought about it. The rules of time travel in KH had confused me just as much as the whole datascape situation with KHUX to the point I wish they didn't introduce either. I would like to think teleportation (just mainly talking about the dark corridors and the portals Sora, Terra, Aqua, and Ven use when getting to Olympus and the ROD respectively.) deals with the person actually having a visual inside their mind of where they want to go (so basically they do know the place they are going to. Like how Sora was told to use his heart to guide him to Olympus in KH3.) Teleportation has, a lot of the time, been related with being able to bend or manipulate space which explains how Keyblade wielders are able to open corridors to space itself. It's of course like a door/gateway to space and other worlds, so why wouldn't a Keyblade be able to unlock it? Of course, I'm just spit-balling and talking out of my butt because things like this have always been kind of hard to rap your head around.
  12. I think he looks exactly like Eraqus too. In one of the secret reports of KH3, Xehanort refers to Eraqus as a "blue blood" which means he's of a noble bloodline. This could either mean Eraqus is part of a long line of Keyblade wielders, or he's related to a Keyblade weilder in a status of higher power (possibly a union leader.) Somehow, I don't think it's a coincidence that Brain looks like a young Eraqus.
  13. I'll be honest, I have no interest in Dark Road. So, I'll most likely be skipping this one.
  14. I'm still confused. Are the novels a separate thing from the mangas? I've never heard of the KH series having novels.
  15. According to KH3's Ultimania, Nomura originally wanted to put more of Xehanort's back story in the game but decided to shelve it. This could possibly be why Scala has more explorable places out of bounds. That and something tells me it was originally intended to be explorable or it was intended for DLC. Would be pretty cool if they made DLC for Xehanort, but who knows if that's going to even happen.
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