Star Wars, Marvel, The Muppets and other DLC proposals.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is now available for a few weeks, and while many of us still work through Battlegates, the Ultima Weapons Quest or a Flantastic Hunt, it's hard not to look at it the future of Square Enix's Action RPG series. While the end of Kingdom Hearts 3 has much to offer, the sequel also provides a unique opportunity for Square to expand its franchise-hopping adventure with DLC, a premiere for the Kingdom Hearts series. [1
These two seem to be the most obvious choices, but when Disney's Star Wars and Marvel items were purchased in the years between Kingdom Hearts 2 and 3, almost every interview about KH3 was filled with questions like "Will Sora get a lightsaber, Keyblade? "And" Will Wolverine have a cool team with Goofy? "
Of course, none of the two features appeared in Kingdom Hearts 3, but that does not mean that Sora does not hop to a galaxy far, far away or with the Quinjet. When Square Enix decides to create DLC worlds for Kingdom Hearts 3, Marvel and Star Wars are top of our list of potential properties.
And since both have a cosmic bias, they could easily be integrated into both the story or the game after the game. As he ventured into one of the rubber-ship galaxies, Sora could meet with the galaxy's guards and land on Knowhere, or a Tie Fighter could fly by to take the gang on an unexpected adventure. There seems to be great potential for integrating these qualities into the KH world, and given the height of a year in which this applies to both Star Wars and Marvel with Episode IX and Avengers: Endgame, it certainly would not Harm cause this cross-platform integration.
I understand. The acquisition of Muppets was not nearly as important to Disney as the last couple. But … come on – Sora, Donald and Goofy as puppets would be delightful, if they team up with Miss Piggy, this would lead to incredible kung fu actions, and a fight led by Dr. Ing. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem music being supported would cause epic ep.
Smaller Storybook Levels Like Winnie the Pooh
I never thought Winnie the Pooh would be one of the most controversial levels in Kingdom Hearts 3, but here we are. Personally, I like the idea of a small, restrained break from the more bombastic action of other worlds, but I also understand the criticism of the length and simple mini-game of this vignette.
At the same time, I love the idea of the Kingdom of Hearts, which integrates Disney real estate into smaller, more compact worlds. While of course I'd like to see more varied gameplay than the mobile game-like game of Pooh, I'd like to see Disney franchises like Peter Pan or Snow White being visited, or those that have not been visited, such as Robin Hood or Treasure Planet. be served by smaller, more focused and more dynamic worlds. A set of three worlds to be told either through a storybook or in full-fledged worlds that are not quite as big as other levels, but still allow for interesting gameplay, and Story Twists can be a great way to give Kingdom Hearts 3 a long life lend beyond its history.
If Square Enix adds more worlds, I'd like to rediscover some of the best previous worlds in Kingdom Hearts 3. The Kingdom Town of Kingdom Hearts 1 or Pride Rock of Kingdom Hearts 2 would be an absolute joy for modern times. I spent so much time playing through the worlds of Kingdom Hearts 3 and wished I could see that these earlier adventures look and sound just as good as Olympus or San Fransokyo.
And I'll see, I'd like to make a full remake of original Kingdom Hearts. Since Final Fantasy VII was already on the agenda for this treatment, I would like to take some worlds that were integrated into Kingdom Hearts 3 with the laxest reasons for the story to justify their existence.
An Olympus Coliseum Analog
One My favorite aspects of Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2 were Hercules' Gloves, both in the Coliseum and in the Underworld. While Kingdom Hearts 3 has the end game battlegates, they do not catch the excitement of dozens of battles in a row or offer the satisfaction of pushing through tough groups of enemies and surprising bosses.
Kingdom Hearts 3's Realm of the Gods practically begs for a similar feature and could easily be integrated into the opening area of the sky. (Seriously, the frugal introductory area feels like it should be filled with other content.)
Cups or events named after various gods in the Pantheon could be an easy way to break down the Hercules tradition. Adding more bosses would be an easy way to revisit the Kingdom Hearts franchise's past and maybe even take battles with Cloud or Sephiroth, because we really …
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A few dusty statues need In a cutscene is not enough, Square Enix. Let me fight Sephiroth. Let One-Winged Angel fill the halls of the gods. Let me eat a sea salt ice cream with Leon, Aerith and Yuffie. You're welcome.
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