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Submitted by Pozzle 796d ago | opinion piece

Kingdom Hearts Franchise: The Construction of Numerous Themes Brought to Fruition

BT writes: After discussing the groundwork music of Kingdom Hearts and showing the payoff in the first two sequels to the original, it’s about time I finish off writing about the Kingdom Hearts series with all the other games in the series so far. After all, even if Kingdom Hearts Re:COM and II were a showcase of how the music could be expanded, they also laid down new musical tracks to be referenced even further down the line alongside the newly-made songs. We have four games to showcase and limited space to do it, so let’s not waste any more time. Join me as we look at how far Kingdom Hearts music has come since its not-so-humble beginnings. (Culture, Kingdom Hearts)

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