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  1. The boxart for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX has been revealed via its listing on Amazon Canada. You can view the image below, thanks to reddit user m0rtadello. Nomura previously stated that no new art would be made for this collection, and based off of this new image, it seems as though that holds true. What do you think of the boxart? Let us know in the comments! UPDATE 1: The boxart for Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX has been uploaded and fixed by Square. The original upload had Xion's hand mysteriously disappear in this air. You can check it out below. UPDATE 2: The back of the box has been shown off thanks to @K_Everwood on Twitter! View it below:
  2. The boxart for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX has been revealed via its listing on Amazon Canada. You can view the image below, thanks to reddit user m0rtadello. Nomura previously stated that no new art would be made for this collection, and based off of this new image, it seems as though that holds true. What do you think of the boxart? Let us know in the comments! UPDATE 1: The boxart for Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX has been uploaded and fixed by Square. The original upload had Xion's hand mysteriously disappear in this air. You can check it out below. UPDATE 2: The back of the box has been shown off thanks to @K_Everwood on Twitter! View it below: Click here to view the article
  3. So about a month ago I discovered Kingdom Hearts 1.5 on the PS3 and figured I'd give it a go, especially having seen a lot of love from fans of the Kingdom Hearts games all over the internet. I finished 1 Final mix and ReChain of Memories in about 3 weeks, and I think I've had enough time to digest the games to give a *quick* review of it. I figured this might be interesting to post on these Kingdom Hearts forums, since I doubt there's much newbies on here. Also I'm planning to play 2.5 and maybe make some review on it. Who knows, I might even consider a 358/2 Days and Re Coded (I hope I got those names right lol) playthrough after all this. For now though, I think I'll stick with the movies. Quick note: I played all the games so far on Standard Mode, although I might consider revisiting them on higher difficulties. Kingdom Hearts 1 Final Mix was, overall, an excellent game. I've heard people calling the game a button masher, and I can see where they're coming from, at least to some degree. The attacking options are pretty primitive, and there's really not much you can do aside from spam physical attacks over and over. Magic is the other main option of attacking, and while it can be useful in areas, I don't see myself using it all that often. Perhaps there's some trick that I'm just not getting, but I find mashing out physical combos to be easier and it works just fine (at least on Standard Mode). It's always cool to see action RPGs incorporate fancy combo abilities, as you get to see how your characters evolve and get stronger throughout the game. I think that's a big aspect in my liking of the game's gameplay; sure, it's simple, but it works and you get stronger as you go on. My personal favorite has to be Ripple Drive; I dunno, something about the flourish Sora does with his Keyblade at the end makes it look super awesome. Practically, it launches enemies into the air which allows me to usually follow up with some type of aerial combo. Pretty cool. I don't have much to say about the other gameplay elements; perhaps it requires more experimentation, but stuff like Magic, Limits, and such really didn't have too big of an impact on my gameplay. I will say that Cure is definitely the most useful Magic in my opinion, although its usefulness is so good that items such as Potions and Hi-Potions became kinda pointless, especially near the end. I ended up using a bunch of Ethers and Elixirs for the final world and final boss, mainly so I can Cure and maybe use Aero on myself. Otherwise, the other magics just sort of...sat there. The same can be said about the Limits. While they are flashy and cool looking, I never found myself using them too much because I really didn't need to, and I'd much rather conserve the MP in case of an emergency Cure. The world design was...clunky at times (most notably, Agrabah). Platforming was attempted, but because you don't really get much movement options until the end of the game, it wasn't the best executed. Also, Atlantica swimming controls are godawful, and if you say otherwise, you're wrong. On the other hand, I did enjoy the typical exploration aspect that many action RPGs have, and the fact that these were my childhood Disney worlds made it all the more exciting. So yeah, while platforming in Agrabah or swimming in Atlantica may not have been the best, I damn well still enjoyed those worlds for the exploration and many things to interact with. The story was pretty typical and I don't have much to say; it was definitely interesting to see how they intertwined Disney stories with its own Kingdom Hearts plotline though, and I'd say they did a pretty decent job at it. The main game uses the whole "7 Princesses of Light" as its driving plot, and it works...kinda. While it did drag on sometimes, I think the most impressive part is they managed to fit individual Disney World stories into this overall "big" plotline. I was a big fan of Disney movies as a kid, so seeing them in this game created this air of nostalgia for me that I appreciated very much. The big problem however, is when the ending occurs. It feels very...rushed. You have Riku, who is taken over by Ansem, and then a giant clusterfiretruck of things occur in a short span of time (one world, mind you) and then suddenly Mickey's there, and Riku's behind the door, and wait what's Kindgom Hearts again? Overall, it felt really confusing and I actually had to personally go online and look it up to fully understand what happened (at the risk of finding spoilers; luckily, I came out unscathed). I would've enjoyed the ending a lot more if they just took more time to explain the whole thing, and maybe hint and build up at it a bit more. Overall, a solid 8.5/10. Pretty damn good. Re:CoM was apparently highly controversial on whether it's good or bad, and I can see why; it's so vastly different from the very first game that I was taken by surprise at first. What are all these cards doing here? What's with Sora's voice? wtf is happening man Okay, the incredible thing about this game is that you get immersed in the gameplay after you understand the concept, which is definitely not easy. However, I find myself understanding more and more as the game goes on, and eventually it all starts making sense to me. How to arrange my deck, how to use Sleights, how to manipulate my attacks in such way to deal maximum damage, etc. I'd say the gameplay is only for certain types of gamers, but it definitely hit my sweet spot and I loved it. On the otherhand, I can see why people would dislike it, especially with a LOT of the game time being spent on arranging your deck for bosses. Oh yeah, bosses. Some get REALLY damn hard near the end, such as the last Axel fight (took me a dozen attempts for that one). There's a pretty big difficulty spike within the last few floors, and it caught me kind of by surprise. Also, holy crap the Castle Oblivion map was ginormous. Despite that though, I loved the experimentation aspect of the game, and had a lot of fun with it. Trying new sleights, attack patterns, and just new combos; it was super fun to play around with, and I appreciate the game devs changing up the concepts between games just for a more diversified gameplay. On the other hand, I did find the repetition and layout of the worlds somewhat boring, especially in giant worlds such as Hollow Bastion or Castle Oblivion; by the end, you see the pattern and layout of each and every map card, so the feeling of exploration that the first game had sort of disappeared. The story is excellent. I was wondering how they were going to expand upon the ending of Kingdom Hearts 1, because it clearly was not finished, especially with Riku being locked behind the door. Turns out, they were gonna have Sora and co. go into a castle and lose all their memories. Yeah, it sounds absurd, but after we reveal the whole Namine plot, it genuinely made sense. Some parts are still confusing though, although I assume that Kingdom Hearts 2 will answer all my questions. The Organization is a pretty cool group, and having only seen a few of them makes me excited to see the rest. I also got the whole thing about Axel kind of being an assassin for the group that's supposed to sniff out and disloyalty, and considering the whole gang in Castle Oblivion were plotting a plan to overthrow the leader or something, seeing Axel slowly change sides was one of my favorite parts. Sora is really damn angry in this game, way more than the first game where he was always this light hearted naive kid. It's nice to see this type of character development, especially since a lot of his anger is justified. His best friend is gone, he's just trying to save everyone, he's the Keyblade Master so he has a lot on his shoulders, and to top it all off, he's losing his memories thanks to Namine's shenanigans. Riku Replica was such an interesting character with really weird and philosophical motivations behind him, and that eventually lead to his demise; questioning his own existence, as he was a mere puppet. This was super cool to me, and I hope he would somehow return in the future games (although I don't personally see it happening). The other characters were interesting too; it's cool to see how they had individual personalities to them, although I did find Marluxia as sort of the "main villain" to be the cliche "cool, monologue" type. Reverse/Rebirth was a post game thing that changed up the gameplay mechanics as you can no longer rearrange your deck, which is set in stone for you in each world. So yeah, while I enjoyed the whole Card Duel mechanic, I felt that it was merely an extension to further your understanding of the story and nothing more, so I dont' have much to say on it. I appreciate the effort, but I still enjoy Sora gameplay more. Sorry Riku! Really fun gameplay and excellent story, so it earns a 9/10 for me. So yeah, that's my "short" opinion on the two games I played so far. I have yet to watch the 358/2 Days movie (how do you SAY that name?) and I already have a copy of 2.5 ready to play. Honestly, I've enjoyed this series much more than I expected so far. Hope I can say the same for the rest of the games; but yeah. I might post something once I finish the others, but for now, this should suffice
  4. Havent posted on here in a bit so heres some dank i threw together for ya :lol:
  5. Kingdom Hearts series producer and Final Fantasy series brand manager Shinji Hashimoto was in attendance at a conference at Lucca Comics & Games 2016 in Italy last month. During this conference, Hashimoto was able to discuss and answer questions relating to the upcoming Kingdom Hearts releases. The translations below have been provided by Aquaberry. Hashimoto noted that the cinematic movie Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover, present in the Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue collection, will fill up a missing space in the Kingdom Hearts timeline and that it will be comprehensible even to those who have not played Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ for smartphone. He commented on Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A Fragmentary Passage-, saying that its story will connect directly to the story that will be presented in Kingdom Hearts III. He also said that the duration of the game will partly depend upon the player's abilities. While it may seem a short game, it has a substantial amount of playable content. He also noted that there will be no "Kingdom Hearts 2.9" after Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue as "it will proceed directly to [Kingdom Hearts] 3." Hashimoto discussed Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, saying that the idea for the compilation was due to fans all around the world commenting on the complexity of the plot of the Kingdom Hearts series. The PlayStation 4 release will address this issue by enabling the fans to own the entire collection on the same console. Furthermore, he indicated that the PS4 re-release will contain some differences from the PS3 releases; it will have much better graphics. Hashimoto was also asked to comment on the legitimacy of the story surrounding the conception of Kingdom Hearts in an accidental meeting in an elevator with a Disney employee who worked in the same building. Hashimoto answered that this is a matter he has been asked about many times. He clarified that while Square were working in the same building as Disney, it was the latter that approached with a proposal for a collaboration that later became the Kingdom Hearts series. As reported previously, Hashimoto confirmed that Kingdom Hearts HD Dream Drop Distance will be fully translated in Italian and Spanish; this is a novel development as Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance for Nintendo 3DS was not fully localised in these languages. The game, originally intended for two screens, will certainly be playable in one screen on the PS4. Hashimoto also reminded fans that the Sora DLC for World of Final Fantasy will be available for only a limited time only this winter. Lastly, Hashimoto reflected on his contentment towards the evolution of the Kingdom Hearts series, saying that he is happy about the success of the series reflected by fans across the world. A full video of the conference can be viewed below, thanks to GamerClick.it. What are your expectations from Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue? Are you excited to play Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX on PS4? Let us know in the comments below!
  6. Kingdom Hearts series producer and Final Fantasy series brand manager Shinji Hashimoto was in attendance at a conference at Lucca Comics & Games 2016 in Italy last month. During this conference, Hashimoto was able to discuss and answer questions relating to the upcoming Kingdom Hearts releases. The translations below have been provided by Aquaberry. Hashimoto noted that the cinematic movie Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover, present in the Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue collection, will fill up a missing space in the Kingdom Hearts timeline and that it will be comprehensible even to those who have not played Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ for smartphone. He commented on Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A Fragmentary Passage-, saying that its story will connect directly to the story that will be presented in Kingdom Hearts III. He also said that the duration of the game will partly depend upon the player's abilities. While it may seem a short game, it has a substantial amount of playable content. He also noted that there will be no "Kingdom Hearts 2.9" after Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue as "it will proceed directly to [Kingdom Hearts] 3." Hashimoto discussed Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, saying that the idea for the compilation was due to fans all around the world commenting on the complexity of the plot of the Kingdom Hearts series. The PlayStation 4 release will address this issue by enabling the fans to own the entire collection on the same console. Furthermore, he indicated that the PS4 re-release will contain some differences from the PS3 releases; it will have much better graphics. Hashimoto was also asked to comment on the legitimacy of the story surrounding the conception of Kingdom Hearts in an accidental meeting in an elevator with a Disney employee who worked in the same building. Hashimoto answered that this is a matter he has been asked about many times. He clarified that while Square were working in the same building as Disney, it was the latter that approached with a proposal for a collaboration that later became the Kingdom Hearts series. As reported previously, Hashimoto confirmed that Kingdom Hearts HD Dream Drop Distance will be fully translated in Italian and Spanish; this is a novel development as Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance for Nintendo 3DS was not fully localised in these languages. The game, originally intended for two screens, will certainly be playable in one screen on the PS4. Hashimoto also reminded fans that the Sora DLC for World of Final Fantasy will be available for only a limited time only this winter. Lastly, Hashimoto reflected on his contentment towards the evolution of the Kingdom Hearts series, saying that he is happy about the success of the series reflected by fans across the world. A full video of the conference can be viewed below, thanks to GamerClick.it. What are your expectations from Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue? Are you excited to play Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX on PS4? Let us know in the comments below! Click here to view the article
  7. Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura sent out a message to all Kingdom Hearts fans, wishing everybody a happy holiday season! Despite being ashamed of his bed hair and wearing a hat to cover it, Nomura talked about the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, the 15th anniversary of Kingdom Hearts, the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (which Nomura almost mistakenly called 1.8), and a possible new development in Kingdom Hearts Unchained x. What do you guys think about this video? Let us know in the comments!
  8. This is just something i was kinda thinking about and its obviously not true but what if at the beginning of KH1 on Destiny Islands when Sora found the mushrooms the contact with them actually induced a really long vivid drug trip. Like at one point in the secret cave you get a mushroom and you see the man in the cloak for the first time. It all adds up! Lol and Xehanort went back in time to plant them there on Destiny Islands
  9. Just wondering what Kingdom Hearts game you guys are playing the most right now? Im really all over the place truly, but KH1 or Kh2 are always in rotation for me, but i am also playing Dream Drop Distance, Chain of Memories, BBS, and Recoded lol along with the mobile game there really is so much kingdom hearts content I love it.
  10. The volumes of the Kingdom Hearts manga series that have been released thus far by Yen Press are now available for purchase in e-book format at Barnes & Nobles and iBooks. The individual manga have also been made available at ComiXology, an Amazon subsidiary, today. According to KHInsider, the manga were formerly available for purchase at Amazon Kindle, Google Play, Book Walker, and Kobo as well. It is unknown if the Kindle version of the manga volumes will be available for purchase again soon. The Kingdom Hearts manga series is a comic book adaptation of the video-game by artist Shiro Amano, with the final volume of the English Kingdom Hearts II manga coming out on May 23rd, 2017. The video-game has also been adapted into a series of light novels by Tomoco Kanemaki; Yen Press has in fact recently announced the future localization of the novels for Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, and Kingdom Hearts II Vol. 1 & 2. Will you be purchasing the digital versions of the Kingdom Hearts manga? Let us know in the comments!
  11. The volumes of the Kingdom Hearts manga series that have been released thus far by Yen Press are now available for purchase in e-book format at Barnes & Nobles and iBooks. The individual manga have also been made available at ComiXology, an Amazon subsidiary, today. According to KHInsider, the manga were formerly available for purchase at Amazon Kindle, Google Play, Book Walker, and Kobo as well. It is unknown if the Kindle version of the manga volumes will be available for purchase again soon. The Kingdom Hearts manga series is a comic book adaptation of the video-game by artist Shiro Amano, with the final volume of the English Kingdom Hearts II manga coming out on May 23rd, 2017. The video-game has also been adapted into a series of light novels by Tomoco Kanemaki; Yen Press has in fact recently announced the future localization of the novels for Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, and Kingdom Hearts II Vol. 1 & 2. Will you be purchasing the digital versions of the Kingdom Hearts manga? Let us know in the comments! Click here to view the article
  12. I drew a picture of Namine! I'm happy with how it came out though I still want to get so much better! I can't help but feel bad for Namine. I wonder how she'll be involved in the next game. http://soulscore.deviantart.com/art/Memory-of-Namine-648825442
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    Memory of Namine

    A simple picture I made!
  14. Yen Press announced on their official Twitter through various Tweets that they would be releasing English omnibuses of Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, also posting pictures of the potential covers for each. While the three original 358/2 Days novels will be collected in a single omnibus, it is unclear whether the Birth by Sleep omnibus will collect all three original volumes as well, or only two, followed by the third novel as an independent release. Regarding the Birth by Sleep novels, Yen Press's only comment was: Yen Press went on to confirm that the previously announced Kingdom Hearts II novel would be released in 2 omnibuses. You can view potential covers released by Yen Press below. So far no details have been given as to release dates for either the 358/2 Days or Birth by Sleep novels. Which omnibus are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments!
  15. Yen Press announced on their official Twitter through various Tweets that they would be releasing English omnibuses of Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, also posting pictures of the potential covers for each. While the three original 358/2 Days novels will be collected in a single omnibus, it is unclear whether the Birth by Sleep omnibus will collect all three original volumes as well, or only two, followed by the third novel as an independent release. Regarding the Birth by Sleep novels, Yen Press's only comment was: Yen Press went on to confirm that the previously announced Kingdom Hearts II novel would be released in 2 omnibuses. You can view potential covers released by Yen Press below. So far no details have been given as to release dates for either the 358/2 Days or Birth by Sleep novels. Which omnibus are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments! Click here to view the article
  16. So with the release of the new screenshots and renders from famitsu, I decided to compare the renders of Mickey and Aqua to their Ps2 era models, to see how they look overall and to see a side by side comparison. Upon comparing them I have to say that my appreciation for the kingdom shader has gone up even more, due to the fact that they look like the character designs from the last generation but with major improvements of course and how the models actually look like they could've been from a Disney animated film. Anyways, seeing these new renders makes even more excited for the game's release in January.
  17. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 & 2.5 ReMIX has been announced for the PlayStation 4, and will released on March 9, 2017 in Japan, March 28, 2017 in North America and March 31 in Europe. The games will all run at 60 frames per second. You can view the trailer below. The game logo can be seen here: Screenshots from the collection can be seen below. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX is available on the North American Square Enix store for US$49.99. Square Enix have launched the official Japanese website for Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, and this lists the retail price for the Japanese version of the game at ¥6,800 (approximately US$64.71).
  18. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 & 2.5 ReMIX has been announced for the PlayStation 4, and will released on March 9, 2017 in Japan, March 28, 2017 in North America and March 31 in Europe. The games will all run at 60 frames per second. You can view the trailer below. The game logo can be seen here: Screenshots from the collection can be seen below. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX is available on the North American Square Enix store for US$49.99. Square Enix have launched the official Japanese website for Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, and this lists the retail price for the Japanese version of the game at ¥6,800 (approximately US$64.71). Click here to view the article
  19. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX have been confirmed to appear at Jump Festa 2017, which will be taking place at December 17 and 18, 2016, in Tokyo, Japan. Both games will have trailers at the event, but neither will have a stage show or a demo on the show floor. The following screenshots were shared with the lineup: As Jump Festa approaches, we here at KH13 will be counting down daily on our social media pages, which you can check out below. OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES KH13 Facebook KH13.com Twitter KH13 Community Twitter KH13 Chi Twitter KH13 Tumblr KH13 YouTube KH13 Google Plus In addition to counting down on our social media pages, we will also be posting any news/content on there so make sure to follow us on all our social media pages, as well as staying tuned here on KH13 for any news and updates for Kingdom Hearts! Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue releases on the PlayStation 4 in Japan on January 12, 2017, and worldwide on January 24, 2017. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX releases on the PS4 in Japan on March 9, 2017, North America on March 28, 2017, and in Europe and Australia on March 31, 2017.
  20. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX have been confirmed to appear at Jump Festa 2017, which will be taking place at December 17 and 18, 2016, in Tokyo, Japan. Both games will have trailers at the event, but neither will have a stage show or a demo on the show floor. The following screenshots were shared with the lineup: As Jump Festa approaches, we here at KH13 will be counting down daily on our social media pages, which you can check out below. OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES KH13 Facebook KH13.com Twitter KH13 Community Twitter KH13 Chi Twitter KH13 Tumblr KH13 YouTube KH13 Google Plus In addition to counting down on our social media pages, we will also be posting any news/content on there so make sure to follow us on all our social media pages, as well as staying tuned here on KH13 for any news and updates for Kingdom Hearts! Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue releases on the PlayStation 4 in Japan on January 12, 2017, and worldwide on January 24, 2017. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX releases on the PS4 in Japan on March 9, 2017, North America on March 28, 2017, and in Europe and Australia on March 31, 2017. Click here to view the article
  21. Final Fantasy X/X2 had a rerelease for the ps4, and gave players the option to select the original or the remastered soundtrack. So should Kingdom hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMix do the same for Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2?
  22. Hi my name is TD Twilight and im working on starting up a kingdom hearts based youtube channel right now. Im gonna be doig a lot of videos on countdowns, discussions and news. But i wanted to come to the KH13 community to see if theres anything you guys are really trying to have discussed. Also, I am working on a way to make the kingdom hearts series somewhat competitive, one of the aspects i want to implement into the website that will eventually transpire is a ranking system of sorts and high scores so everyone can compare their scores across different things in different kingdom hearts games, like best minigame times, highest colliseum score and more. I just am wondering what some of your suggestions would be AND what kind of content do you want to see most? Make sure to add me as a friend and comment below so we can discuss ill try to reply to them all.
  23. Whats up guys so this poll is gonna go a little different than my last ones on account of the subject. I will put my top 5 for what I think are the best keyblades based on appearance and based on ability. I will then have the poll up with all the keyblades and you can all vote for which one is your favorite based on both appearance and ability combined. This will be used in the kingdom hearts countdown video that I will soon release on this topic, so make sure to vote. Also feel free to comment on why you chose the keyblade you did! I will also be releasing another poll based on my least favorite keyblades in the first game so stay tuned for that ^_^ TOP 5 APPEARANCE: 1: Ultima Weapon 2: Oblivion 3: Kingdom Key 4: Pumpkinhead 5: Metal Chocobo Honorable mentions: One Winged Angel, Oathkeeper, Diamond Dust TOP 5 ABILITY: 1: Ultima Weapon 2: Diamond Dust 3: One Winged Angel 4: Divine Rose 5: Lionheart Honorable Mention: Oathkeeper
  24. 1:Sephiroth 2:The Mysterious Man 3:Battle before the final door in the end of the world(including the demon on the mountain) 4:Kurt Zisa 5:Riku Hallow bastion second fight Honorable Mention: The Phantom at the clock tower, both Ursula fights (specifically on 0 EXP Proud runs) These are my top 5 hardest fights that I had the most trouble with in KH1.5. I will be posting a video in the coming months discussing my choices and i will also be including this poll/discussion into the video so feel free to vote and comment so we can discuss
  25. Yes, it's been that many days since I first joined KH13, you don't need to ask like Axel did, these quotes are overused at this point. And no, time doesn't fly, pigs fly.
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