Kingdom Hearts HD 2 8 Final Chapter Prologue
Re: Review: Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is Kingdom Hearts at it's bestWait if Catanuki turns invisible does that mean it gives the vanish command? I hope so because getting vanish is kind of obnoxious it's found only on Ghostablocky and it was on a hidden disposition path no less....I mean while we don't really see the fighting bit we did see the stuff that happened with the war, just not in BC it happens in 0.2 you see kingdom hearts, the fresh keyblade graveyard, and Luxu watching the whole thing it doesn't take much to understand what happened especially since DDD gave us a nice recap courtesy of MX. The fight itself doesn't tell us anything anyway, we've seen the fight and we didn't really learn anything from seeing it...it was just cool to experience was all. The only thing truly not resolved was the box, traitor, and dandelions but I figure the big reveals will come in KH3/post-KH3 in regards to all that. Aww only Yuagari Penguin has a new link? Well I suppose one is better than none but still a bit of a bummer.
Kingdom Hearts HD 2 8 Final Chapter Prologue
Re: Review: Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is Kingdom Hearts at it's bestSee Sephiroth you and I read that line differently.I see it as him saying stuff like the keyblade war is an important event to the KH story, which it is, but we don't need to experience the keyblade war to understand it. We've got the ending and most of the details to the war all we were missing was the spark that aggravated and changed things, and that's what BC gave us. BC doesn't let us experience the events like that war, but the experience in unnecessary to understanding the story, it's just fun to be a part of it. That's why I compare it to Rogue One, we never needed to see that tale but getting the plans for the Death Star was still of vital importance to the Star Wars story as a whole. BC works as a stand alone tale, you can watch BC and you get pretty much everything important. Like how the only thing the Nightmare Chirithy Dream Eater really added to the tale was to aggravate trust between the foretellers/union. Was there was story to the Nightmare Chirithy? Yes and that is what Browser Chi's story was ultimately about, solving the mystery of the nightmare chirithy that helped cause and spread distrust. But BC not personally addressing and resolving that plot point is irrelevant to understanding the greater story being told. We already know how the keyblade war ends, we already knew going on that it became a fight over kingdom hearts and the X-blade, we already know the keyblades were forged to help obtain kingdom hearts, we already know the fighting breaks out over greed over light, etc... Buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer Buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer Buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer Buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer bufferBuffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer Buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer bufferBuffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer Buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer bufferBuffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer Buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer bufferBuffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer Buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer buffer[spoiler]BC gives us the rest we need to know by showing us the leaders of the faceless masses that instigated all this. We know who forged the first keyblades and while the foretellers don't know what they are for, we as players have the hindsight of the future to tell us that. We know the light spoken of in legend was actually a force of light called Lux. We know the forces that fought the keyblade wars are unions lead by these foretellers. We know Gula is going to summon kingdom hearts and from there it's not really a secret how things will spiral off from there. We know Luxu is the only one who will live past the keyblade war. And we know now why and how Master Xehanort got his hands on that keyblade, KH3 will explain the full ramifications of that in the future.[/spoiler]
Re: REVIEW: Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is Kingdom Hearts at it's besthemmoheikkinen^From this interview: -hearts-hd-2-8-final-chapter-prologue/213100-spoilers-famitsu-showcases-kingdom-hearts-hd-2-8-nomura-interview-released.htmlThanks :)[SPOILER]That almost lead me to believe that he will play a major role in KH IV, perhaps as the main antogonist.I'll be honest and say he got me kinda confused whether he's actually a bad guy or not but I can see him have similar goals as the antagonist from Psycho-Pass (S01) for anyone who have seen that show[/SPOILER]Btw, it's kinda funny how I agree with the post above mine about Back Cover (except I still felt rather content with the movie) and still find it to be miles better than Kingsglaive lol, at least this movie had some great characters and the ending actually made me excited for KH III, Kingsglaive made me question my life choices, like what tha diddly have I spent so much time hyping about? Meh, the early trailers were kinda worth getting hyped for I suppose lol.
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is a high-definition compilation featuring three Kingdom Hearts titles: Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD, Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage-, and Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover. The last set of titles before Kingdom Hearts III, it serves as a prologue to the final chapter in the Dark Seeker Saga. Unlike the previous two high-definition compilations, only one of the tiles (Dream Drop Distance HD) was previously released.
These games look and sound good, especially if you're a super fan of the series and want to experience them on a powerful console instead of on the go. Plus you can experience Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep - A Fragmented Passage from Aqua's perspective for the first time and watch this film that attempts to tie everything together and sets up the final chapter, Kingdom Hearts III. (The story is still convoluted -- it possibly got lost in translation from its Japanese game developers.) The best piece of this three-part compilation is Birth By Sleep. It's fun to explore the beautiful and atmospheric Dark World as Aqua, engaging in nimble and fast-paced combat against all kinds of enemies, and you're encouraged to explore these big outdoor levels (even vertically). The largest problem with this title is that It's a short adventure that only lasts a couple of hours. 041b061a72