Kingdom Hearts 3 is here! (Review)

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Kingdom Hearts 3 is here! (Review)

Christian Cohen, Review Writer

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Kingdom Hearts 3 is finally on PS4 and Xbox. We have been waiting for this game for 13 years, ever since Kingdom Hearts 2 was debuted. First off, this game is mainly about a boy who is trying to find his lost power that was within him. And journeying to many worlds to find that power to fight a final showdown against the master of darkness with a tool called a keyblade—the main weapon of this game to help ward off the darkness with light. Square Enix created this game, and it’s basically a crossover with all Disney characters. All of the worlds you go to are the worlds of those Disney characters such as: Pirates of the Caribbean, Mickey Mouse, Toy Story, Big Hero 6, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

Although I generalized the story, it is much more complex than what I told you. In order to understand the game’s story you should play all of the previous games. On the other hand there is a section on the main menu called the “memory archives,” which gives you explicit details about the game’s past and helps rationalize the story for you. Also when you begin the game there are 3 modes that you can choose from at the start which are Beginner, standard, and proud mode. Once you beat the game you can play critical mode, which tests a player’s skill and is the hardest difficulty level. Kingdom Hearts performance on the PS4 and Xbox is just as you would imagine, almost perfect. Some frames may slow down during the course of your gameplay but honestly, true Kingdom Hearts fans wouldn’t mind it since they have been waiting for a long time for this game to come out. They just want an ending to this franchise.

Even though the story may be hard to follow, it is fun to play. Kingdom Hearts as a whole teaches many great lessons throughout the course of the game. It holds many themes such as corruption, the value of friendship, courage, thirst for power, etc. Some of the themes are indeed good but also bad as well. If you want to know more about this game then just go out and buy it for yourself at a local retailer or if you have a PS4 and an Xbox you could just buy it on their online  stores. This game is $60 and rated E by ESERB. I would give this game 9.7/10. Now let’s go have fun and fight off the darkness!

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