In Part 5 of Kingdom Hearts: A History, i’ll be reviewing Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, a game that runs parallel to Chain of Memories.
Following on from the third segment on Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, we’ll be looking back at Kingdom Hearts 2: Final Mix as the Kingdom Hearts III release is just TWO DAYS away!
Our third part of Kingdom Hearts: A History focuses on Re:Chain of Memories. A remake of the original GBA game and a direct sequel to Kingdom Hearts.
In recent months, the representation of minority groups in video games has been a HOT topic across social media – and for good reason. There have been huge swathes of both support and criticism for games such as Overwatch, Battlefield V, and even a game that many would never expect to be caught in the crossfire; The Sims 4.
With Kingdom Hearts 3 only a few weeks away, now would be a good time to take a look back at the history behind the franchise. This series of articles will have a look at the previous games in the franchise and review them. But this first part of my Kingdom Hearts: A History, won’t focus on this. Instead, in this post we’ll be taking a look at how Kingdom Hearts first came about and what you can expect from future posts.
Fans have been waiting thirteen years for Kingdom Hearts III, and with the opening revealed, it now feels more official. With the first release of Hikaru Utada’s collaboration with Skrillex, the opening really shows how this will be the ending of the Xehanort Saga.
In the News: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Special Edition Bundle Hits Shelves this Christmas and More…
We are halfway to the end of this year, and we have already seen action from some epic game releases this year, but there’s always something new to look forward to in the gaming world.