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Hello! I’m wanting to replay the entire Kingdom Hearts series (1.5+2.5 PS4, 2.8, Re:Coded, 358/2 Days), but I’d like to do it while only using the default keyblade from each game (Kingdom Key, Rain Fell, etc.). Do you have any recommended difficulty modes? I’m also wanting to try and go for any secret endings, as well as defeat the secret bosses. I heard this may be an issue in BBS (during the Mirage Arena?), but I’m planning on using the “upgraded” versions of their keyblades (Ends if the Earth, Storm Fall). TLDR, is it even possible to do all that I want to do with the default keyblade and what difficulty should I do for each game? Thank You!
It's getting to the point where I'll have to choose a college soon, and there's one uncertainty that's really starting to nag at me now that high school graduation is a couple months away. One of the few colleges I'm heavily considering is about 10 minutes away from my current home. If I choose to go there, I'll obviously live at home and commute so I can save the $10,000 (and I get to keep my sweet bedroom). But I'm worried that I'll have a harder time making friends if I don't live in a dorm on campus. I don't know how other people think stuff like this through, so my worry here might seem a bit insignificant, I guess. But I've really had to work hard to overcome personality challenges and social anxiety to make the friends I have now. There was a period of about 5 years where I was absolutely alone and had no friends whatsoever. I don't want to go back to that ever again. But as confident as I feel while alone and with my friends, it all goes away when I'm with new people. Now that graduation is eminent, most of my good friends are going to be moving away (my best friends is looking at a college 7 hours away, for example ). I'm worried that if I have the crutch of living with my family, I'll rely on it too much and miss out on connecting with people at college... At the same time, I could be worrying for nothing and find that I'm able to maintain the courage I built up. But even then, I worry that the very fact that I'm not living with the rest of the students will put me at a disadvantage... Any thoughts and advice would be appreciated.
Hi Everyone, as you all know Christmas is creeping up on us and I was just looking for some advice as to what games I should get. The thing is, my brother has offered to buy me a christmas present within the $50-$60 range which I think is pretty resonable and I've decided that I would like to get Pokemon Alpha Sapphire which is being released next month. However, we made an agreement that if I completed Pokemon Black and defeated the Elite Four he woulde get it for me. But lately he's been talking about Pokemon Black 2 and what not and to be perfectly honest, I don't really want the sequel game because I didn't pay $250 to play an Intendo DS game, no I paid all that money to play 3Ds games. I'm not really sure if we're still sticking to the agreement or not so I'll have to ask him about that. If that doesn't work my mother has also offered to buy me something as well. Although, there is another game I am thinking of getting and that is the Sims 4. Now, I know what you're all thinking I'm getting ripped off here and what not. But I've played it and I think its pretty good and since I just lost all of the Sims 3 files thanks to my brother, I am thinking its time to take another step forward. So what do you all think I should do? What other games can you recommend to me and if you like, you can tell me what you would like for Christmas in the comments! Also, have some pony.