Summary: What would happen if the universes of Disney and Final Fantasy met up? This seems like it would make for a pretty cool story/ game. However, in reality, it doesn't really work out so well. That's right, Kingdom Hearts combines elements from both Disney and the awesomeness that is Final Fantasy, just not in the ways you may think.
Summary: This game has alot of praise,and some say this is the best game ever, but i disagree. The gameplay is ok, and you can use a weapon called a keyblade. At first I agree it is pretty cool, but after 3 hours the trill ceases quickly. The stating charaters are lame,but after you get Sora ( especially his new suit ); i guess they are improved a little.
Summary: Kingdom Hearts II has all the characters from the first game, plus many more. It is very pretty, and the Disney characters you run into and team up with, such as Tron and Captain Jack Sparrow, are a real treat for fans of Disney movies and history. Unfortunately, sequels demand bigger and better, and in order to fit everything in several obvious sacrifices had to be made. Gameplay is almost entirely linear.
Summary: Let me start by saying I love RPGs and Squaresoft's work. When Squaresoft became Square Enix, the quality of their games went way down the toilet. I remember when this game came out we were promised a game that was twice as long as the original Kingdom Hearts. What we got was a game that was longer because of long cutscenes and having to return to worlds multiple times. This game has one of Square Enix's flaws when it comes to making sequels.
Summary: The original Kingdom Hearts has it all: gameplay, interactive and explorative environment, superb voice acting and a in-game mechanic that flows beautifully with the story-line-- offering tremendous replay value. Kingdom Hearts II...well... Good points of the game itself keep one thing intact: voice acting, sound and graphical detail. Square knows what it's doing to keep things authentic and they prove it once again in KH2.
Summary: Some Kingdom Hearts fans wonder why is Kingdom Hearts II late. The reason is, there is a rumor or maybe a fact that Tetsuya Nomura had a flu last year but he may now be okay. Anyways, for those fans out there, Kingdom Hearts II will probably be coming out on December of this year or early next year.
Kingdom Hearts II (PS2): KH2 - You really need to play the others first
1 November 2011
Summary: I loved Kingdom Hearts so when they released a sequel I was at the front of the queue to get it. Unfortunately I haven't the slightest idea what is going on. Kingdom Hearts II is actually the third game in the series, the second being 'Chain of Memories' released for the Game Boy. Back in the day (a girl my age shouldn't be able to use that phrase) Game Boy games were a means to pass time on a bus and actual RPGs were reserved for consoles (excepting of course Pokemon).
Pros: Thoroughly enjoyable romp through the world of Disney
Summary: This game has been praised worldwide and has a huge fan base. After playing and enjoying the first one on PS2, I bought this one with excitement. The prologue drags on, and seems to have to explain a relatively simple idea through a very long time with meaningless quests to begin with. Confusing may be a suitable word to begin with too, since you play this annoying kid who is also, confusing. Vivi is in the beginning though so that's cool.