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Genre: Adventure, Hack and slash/Beat 'em up, Role-playing (RPG)

Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC (Microsoft Windows)

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Kingdom Hearts III is the third main installment in the Kingdom Hearts series developed and published by Square Enix. It was initially released January 2019 for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. An expansion, Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind was released in January 2020. The story takes place after the events of Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. It features an older Sora as the main protagonist, who sets forth on a new ad... Read More


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Apple2k17
3 reviews

Good 90%

First, I will explain how the recent patch and DLC fixed almost all of my problems with the game. If I had to rate this game before the patches and DLC I would give it like a 8.1/10. It was still pretty great but had a lot of problems. As always when playing a game my biggest focus goes towards its gameplay. So, when I first went through the tutorial for KH3 I was pretty worried because of how slow and floaty Sora was. I thought to myself "It's f... Read More

Positive points
Phenomenal Soundtrack Fantastic Combat Phenomenal Super Bosses Better Gummi Ship Missions One of the Better Stories in the Series Fantastic DLC Fantastic Visuals World Designs Are Great... Read More
Negative points
Pacing
Frozen Was Not Very Great
Some Awkward Scenes in Disney/Pixar Worlds
Some Voice Acting is Bad
JustLukas
159 reviews

Average 60%

My first Kingdom Hearts. Some random phrases that come to my mind after just finishing it: great to see a Japanese spin on Disney, cheesy game full of cliche moments, basically just a cartoon-ish hack-n-slash, long cut-scenes, and granular gameplay. On a more serious note, I think KH III is a good game for someone who has already played the previous installments and loved the games. For the rest of us, this is a strange experience that clearly ne... Read More

Positive points
Some Disney worlds are stunning
Combat has some great ideas
If you are a fan, you are gonna enjoy this
Negative points
Long, loooong cutscenes
Without the story, just a hack-n-slash
Cheesy storylines
Repetitive gameplay
Ripsie
4 reviews

Average 60%

- Visuals- I am not a fan of how the characters look in the new artstyle. While environments, animations and particle effects look great, many character models with a more cartoonish origin appear like well animated plastic, especially Mickey and Donald look absolutely awful in my opinion. For modern CGI Disney movie characters on the other hand this new artstyle works just fine. The Tangled, Toy Story and Frozen worlds look fantastic and so do ... Read More

Positive points
1. The visuals of the CGI Disney worlds 2. Tieing up almost all loose ends in a natural way 3. Great implementation of important characters from the series 4. Much needed character development for the... Read More
Negative points
1. The look of characters with a cartoonish origin 2. Worlds feeling empty and uninspired 3. Redundant and pointless sidequests 4. Terrible minigames 5. Gummi Ship missions still feel awful to play 6.... Read More
GOmonkeymanGO
8 reviews

Good 90%

Kingdom Hearts III is a lighthearted, ambitious game that aimed to be the best of 2019, but resulted in a fun and satisfying experience. It sits atop the series as one of the best entries so far and is a guaranteed must-play for Kingdom Hearts fans and a highly recommended game for those interested in action games. Just a foreword, I will be doing my best to compare this game to both prior Kingdom Hearts games as well as other action games of 20... Read More

Storyline

Through countless adventures across many worlds in his long battle against the darkness, Sora, once a little boy who only dreamed worlds beyond his island even existed, has grown up to a dashing young man. Now he is realizing that that battle has played out exactly as Master Xehanort had planned, and the second Keyblade War, the final struggle between light and dark, looms ahead. To counter the overwhelming darkness, Sora and his friends must gather the seven guardians of light. His best friend Riku and King Mickey seek out a battle-scarred Keyblade wielder, while Sora, Donald, and Goofy set off on a journey to find “the Key to Return Hearts.” Never-before-featured Disney worlds set the stage for another daring adventure to save the universe!

Chosen by the Keyblade, he is the one whose heart’s light never fails to shine as a beacon of hope.

Sora, the brave hero chosen by the Keyblade, has always had a strong sense of justice. Through his many battles against darkness, he has grown and learned about the world immensely. Drawn to his light, many friends have lent him their support and granted him their powers to counter the darkness: Riku, the childhood friend he grew up with on Destiny Islands; Donald and Goofy, the two brave comrades with whom he has shared his adventures from the very beginning; and King Mickey, who gives Sora his unfailing support. As the world becomes enveloped in another battle against darkness, the Keyblade wielder and his friends must rise up against Master Xehanort and thwart his plot to incite another Keyblade War.