Cloud Versions of Kingdom Hearts 3 will be available in February

Cloud Versions of Kingdom Hearts 3 will be available in February

I found this entire game quite impressive. For something with a goofball camera like this to nevertheless remain a compelling action-RPG requires some substantial assets in other areas. Kingdom Hearts assuredly has those assets. It’s hard to properly express the coolness of this game’s setting and presentation to someone who hasn’t dove right into it. Donald Duck gets flattened by Yuffie the ninja slamming the door as Squall and Sora bash Heartless out of second-story windows — thoroughly unlikely, yes, but doesn’t it sound cool? Well, perhaps not to some, but if so, they’re not geeky enough to be reading this, and are hence advised to go find some other website.

The Switch versions of the Kingdom Hearts games will be published in February, according to Square Enix. The cloud-based games can be purchased separately or as part of a $89.99 package. From February 10, the three Kingdom Hearts games will be available. The first is Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, a $39.99 dual bundle comprising the original two games. Kingdom Hearts 3 + Re Mind DLC is also $49.99, as is Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue. The full collection is available as part of the $89.99 Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece.

The game as a whole shows some loose ends hanging here and there, things like that Gummi Ship that just don’t seem to justify their existence properly. Given the size of this project, though, the number of disparate elements needing to be crammed together, and the huge variety of cooks stirring the soup from both the Square and Disney sides, it’s amazing that this has a single end sewn up tight, never mind that it turned into such an engaging adventure. If you like Square, or if you like Disney, or if you’d just like to check out an impressive action-RPG, Kingdom Hearts should be at the top of your list this fall.

Kingdom Hearts’ first chapter is just too short — and when it’s over, it’s over. There will be additional missions up for download in the near future, but there is no firm pricing scheme in place (the next level will, however, be free of charge to subscribers) — so who knows how much you may end up paying to complete this adventure? So, even though this opening mission is great, it’s just over too soon for the download price. However, if you are looking for a showcase game for your new V CAST phone, it’s going to hard to beat the impact of Kingdom Hearts. You’re playing an extension of a PS2 franchise on your cellphone. That’s undeniably cool.

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