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Kingdom Hearts III (PS4)
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- Playstation 4
- Produkten har slutat tillverkas : Nej
- Produktens mått : 14 x 1.5 x 17.2 cm; 100 Gram
- Utgivningsdatum : 29 Januari 2019
- ASIN : B00ZGCGV6E
- Artikelnummer : 5050013392857
- Ursprungsland : Tyskland
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Kingdom Hearts III tells the story of the power of friendship and light vs. darkness as Sora and his friends embark on a perilous adventure. Set in a vast array of Disney and Pixar worlds, Kingdom Hearts follows the journey of Sora, an unknowing heir to a spectacular power. Sora is joined by Donald Duck and Goofy to stop an evil force known as the Heartless from invading and overtaking the universe. Sora, Donald, and Goofy unite with iconic Disney Pixar characters old and new to overcome tremendous challenges and persevere against the darkness threatening their worlds.
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Worst of all is the story. I say 'worst' in that expectations are justifiably high due to this being Nomura, a AAA title, and the culmination of the Xehanort saga. It was never going to be everything that everyone wanted and yet I'm hard pressed to see how anyone could be satisfied unless they are wearing fan blinders or nostalgia goggles. I'm a fan myself, and this is the first game I have preordered or bought at full-price in years, but it's also been long enough for me that I wasn't playing with the blind enthusiasm I might once have. I'll try to put this forward without spoilers. The entire plot basically stagnates for the first twenty plus hours, with very little really happening on or between the Disney worlds; and then in the last four-six hours (half of this being combat and gameplay, mind) they cram the resolution and reunions people have been waiting years for in blink and you'll miss them moments, and it feels like someone is hurriedly ticking off boxes more than crafting a narrative. Another issue is that all the characters are oddly stupid. They will stand dumb and idle while someone is slowly attacked and overpowered in front of them. I lost track of the times somone was taken down by a cheap shot or got beaten or winded in a way they should have been able to handle. It was very, very frustrating, and cheapened scenes that should have been satisfying.
Going back to the visuals, the game is very, very pretty. Except when it's not. There are moments that awe you but also moments that make you wonder how something slipped through. At several points, when the game has to show vast amounts of minor/weak heartless, they are very clearly 2D animated sprites with very jerky animations that have been placed far too close to the camera if they simply 'had' to be used. This is only a minor thing, but it's something I recall because it took me out of a scene that should have been dramatic, given it is the sort of work around I'd expect in an older or lesser project or to at least be handled with more grace.
Overall I'll say that while the game was fun, and probably worth the price of admission, it is a fine example of how NOT to deal with the capstone of a saga that people have been following for over a decade now. I wish we could give half stars. I would give this a 3.5 Stars or a 6/10. It just doesn't live up to the storytelling or production values of Square, Disney, or even it's own series.
The reality however is that there's an unbearable amount of badly written/voice acted Square Enix trash that just seems to NEVER end. The length and utter nonsense of this game's cutscenes puts MGS games to shame. Now to be honest, I wouldn't mind all that crap as once you finally reach the first Disney world (not including Hercule's world because that was just lame as hell, like the film) it changes from sheer weeaboo nonsense to actual fun story and characters but the biggest gripe I have with this game....the combat.
Apart from watching cutscenes, combat is going to the most regular thing you're doing and it's just SO BASIC! I wouldn't even call it a hack and slash because they're usually pretty fun. It can't get the oldest tricks of having the camera line up in useful positions so you can see where the enemies are and the new things they tried are ridiculously over powered right from the start. You literally get the ability to summon Disney park rides and use them for a very long amount of time for such OP attacks. Everything else is just so dull and boring in combat that it just made me ask what's the point?
It really is a shame considering I was playing on a PS4 pro and when I got the Toy Story world, the actual gameplay graphics were better than the first Toy Story film and arguably so compared to the two sequels.
TL;DR: There's way too much crappy eastern RPG dialogue & story & the combat is boring as hell.
It’s incredibly pretty and flashy and the cutscenes and character interactions are an absolute joy, and Sora, Donald and Goofy’s friendship feels like it’s at its best here. The graphics are gorgeous and are a glorious step up from the Ps2 era. But sadly, while being bright and flashy, it doesn’t offer anything deeper than that.
The game is significantly easy even on the hardest difficulty, and while the combat is fun at first it gets very repetitive and doesn’t really offer anything to keep you on your toes. Even in the last sections of the game against the hardest bosses you do not have to think strategically at all, and you end up just mindlessly hacking everything down in your path regardless. There isn’t much balance, and often times makes you feel too overpowered too quickly. About midway through the game combat begins to feel like a slog as it’s basically hit X to win (or triangle rather when it comes to the attractions) and in many of the giant expansive worlds you’re fighting the same enemies over and over without much variety. The different key blades fail to offer much variety either, and feel completely lacklustre compared to the huge array of key blades from the previous two main series games. The different combat forms are also a step down from KH2, as they never quite live up to the Drive Forms.
The story is a bit of a mess, and this is the main thing stopping newcomers to the series enjoying this title I feel. Sora has huge worlds to explore but not a lot to do in them other than observing from the sidelines. The Disney Worlds included are massive (with The 100 Achre Wood being the exception) but struggle to keep Sora relevant to the plot, and they don’t really have anything to do with the main story. In fact the story starts with Master Yen Sid telling Sora to go dick around for a while to find some power he needs, while all the other main characters do important things off screen or in the background. And that’s how it stays up until the very last portion of the game.
The story is a pacing nightmare, and you can really tell that Square only really had an idea of how they wanted the game to end, and didn’t really know what to do with the beginning or middle. Nothing happens in this game until the end. The villains appear at the end of each world to taunt you for about 1 minute before vanishing again. The Disney worlds, unlike previous games, have absolutely nothing to do with the main plot apart from ticking a box on the mandatory kingdom hearts check list.
If you’re expecting something like Kh2 and Kh1, you won’t find it here. New fans will be confused at the incredibly messy story and old fans will constantly find themselves comparing it to the older titles. While playing this there’s a constant feeling that half of the game is missing, or that the developers and story team had absolutely no idea what to do with this game. There are some truly heartwarming moments and some fanservice that really does hit you where it hurts, but they are few and far between. There are scenes and really could have used a little more time to make them just a little more better.
Overall Kh3 is an overall mixed bag. Standing on its own it’s a great game, and a fun time. But compared to others in the series it feels underwhelming and rushed. It feels very empty in comparison. Is basically a diet Kingdom Hearts; it’s the same brand and the same look, but taste it and you can tell that something is missing.
It is important to mention this is my first game in the serie because I have to say, I am utterly confused by the story. The game stops me from playing every so often to throw a cut-scene which can last quite a long time. Throw many names I do not know of, places and concept I have no clue about. I suspect if you have played the previous two you might enjoy this a lot more.
Having said that, it is a lot of cut-scenes, let me play the game!
For the part where you actually play, the game is quite pretty and run smoothly. I did not have any problems or frame drops at any point. Even when the fights starts to be a bit confusing with all the special attacks (called attractions).
The gameplay is alright, but once again I am feeling like there was something explained in the previous games because between synthesizing, enhancing, creating shortcuts, ... I might me missing some key concepts.
Long story short, I would not recommend this game for someone who hasn't played the previous games. But if you don't mind the story and just want to explore different Disney environment from the inside, then you might have fun.