Twinfinite writes: Square Enix has just launched a survey asking for player input in order to better direct the future of Kingdom Hearts.
Less overly long expositional monologues about friendship and hearts please. The gameplay and level design is great but it can seriously get annoying listening to the same monologues reiterated over and over again in each new installment. @Aceblazer13 I play the games because they have fantastic combat mechanics and great level design, that doesn't mean that I should be forced to either sit through overly long cutscenes that take way too long to tell the player something that could be said in five-eight sentences or risk missing pivotal parts of the story. In other words, LESS=MORE
Why do you even play the games? It's like one of the main parts of the kh games, like it or hate it.
Kingdomhearts is fine as a game ( second one though, first one was suffering from a lot of sh/t ). CrossingEden is right on the fact that the stories don't really progress. They put too much emphasis on the whole friendship thing. And with japanese story writing it can get cheesy as hell. A LOT doesn't make sense in this game. I hope KH3 kicksback and has better story telling. So far it hasn't been that great for me.
Riku...RIKUUU...Rikuuu...rikuu uu.RIKUUUUUUUUUUU.....RIKU....K airi...Rikuuuuu...Rikuuuu. etc.
At this point it's like asking Metal Gear Solid to not have cut-scenes. I don't necessarily disagree with what you are saying, but it's such a familiar and important part of the franchise that it would be weird without it.
So you want to take the Heart from Kingdom Hearts.... err.. ok
I posted on the survey several suggestions: 1) Make it so we can play Dream Drop Distance on the ps3 and/or ps4. 2) Put the KH Collections on PlayStation Now so they are compatible with the PS4.
It would make more sense to put the collection in PSN before PSNow... atleast that what I asked for. BTW guys, bug them about porting KH3D, it doesnt make any sense to be the only game not on PS3/PS4
Wii U... Wii U.... WIIIII UUUUUU!
I would dig a Wii u version of KH3 if it was as good as the Deus Ex port :D
Yes. Make a Wii U version. It's cartoony world fits well.
Question: Why did you preorder Kingdom Hearts HD ReMIX 1.5? Answer: I always knew I wanted it since it was announced, I need no incentive.
In other words go half ass and give no bonus and I will be there day one to kiss your ass. I love KH but to tell a company you need no incentive to buy their products sounds stupid. It is like a Apple fanboy, lol
Team Deathmatch please
Don't get your hopes up for this game at this early stage cause might be disappointed just like on FF15 issue. They will probably release this game 10 years from now..
Biggest piece of advice I could give them, take a good look at KH birth by sleep. Because that's seemingly the most mature & enjoyable one, not to mention the handling of the "keyblade" powers were far more sensible, really gave the impression that they were like the Time Lords of KH's universe. It's one of Square Enix's best games.
I agree it was a very well crafted games but alot of enviroments felt uninspired and bland, also the content other than abilities felt kind of small compared to the console entries. However the gameplay mechanics and additions to it were very well done. It was extremely fun and I found myself surprised. I dont know if I could call it my favorite but it is arguably the best.
Would be nice if they listened to player feedback for the Final Fantasy games. Anyway, I would say keep most things the same but maybe have more worlds and side quests to choose from. Please put Toy Story in there!
Favorite TV show and band? I said Doctor Who and Audioslave they going to put those in the next KH game, lmao.
I feel the game gets too cheesy at times like mature it up a little bit nothing wrong with friendship but they over do it sometimes mentioning it in every other sentence rikuuuuuuuu soraaaaaaaa rikuuuuuu kairiiiiiiii yea were friends it's just too cheesy at times
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