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SRKTVAMDGRLXN

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I wish you guys nothing but the best :(

03 November 2017 - 03:38 PM

Because honestly, I can't stand this anymore. I'M GETTING OFF KH3 HYPE TRAIN DEFINITELY. Seriously, everybody, it's done for me. Much like when he (Nomura) said that BBS 0.2 was going to be a short episode* (pretty much a KH3 demo), this announcement of "less Disney worlds with more content" has killed brutally all my hype for the next title. They already tried to do this thing in DDD and it didn't turn out very well. (Huge worlds with pretty much nobody living in them). Usually, numbered sequels (main titles) of games are "upgrades" of the former title, but KH3 is an exception to the rule. What kind of more content? More areas to explore, more treasure chests to open, more enemies to kill? It's no big deal. Also, Nomura said that KH3 will not have all the answers to every question, which means it will certainly leave us with more unanswered questions. Oh, and he also said that, with KH3, he will try to meet everybody's expectations. Well, guess what, Nomura? YOU WON'T. You should really be careful when you try to generalize people with words like these. KH2 had more Disney worlds than KH1, so why should KH3 be an exception to the rule? I guess, even with Disney worlds such as Tangled, Big Hero 6 and Toy Story (3 of my favorite Disney films EVER) appearing in the next title, that won't be enough to convince me to care about this game anymore.

 

*BBS 0.2 only had 3 Disney worlds to explore. Really? Firetrucking really? What about La Cité des Cloches, Beauty's Castle, the Dalmatians's world, The Land of Dragons, Prankster's Paradise, The Grid, Bambi's world, Dumbo's world and countless other Disney worlds that fell to the darkness? Are you seriously telling me that Castle of Dreams, Dwarf Woodlands and Enchanted Dominion are the only worlds that were consumed? That is ridiculous at maximum level.

 

I don't know, I could be wrong though, but, until Nomura changes his mind or go back with this idea of "less Disney worlds" in KH3, I'm out of the hype train definitely. Oh, and this is also because all this stress, anxiety and nervous moments I'm having with KH3 are killing me inside (almost literally). So, I'm doing what I believe is the best for me.

 

Anyway, I wish you guys only the best feelings and wishes that there is in the entire universe from today, until KH3 launches and forever. Enjoy your stay on the hype train and have lots of fun. (That doesn't mean I won't be making other posts here on the site regarding the KH series in general, it's just like this: "Oh, KH3, whatever").


Is Goku really UNBEATABLE? Who could defeat (or kill) him?

27 October 2017 - 07:14 PM

So, I don't know about where you guys live, but here in Brazil, Dragon Ball fans/fanboys usually say that for example: even if DC, Marvel, Dark Horse Comics, Image Comics, Variant Comics, Dynamite Comics, Top Cow Productions, IDW Comics, any/every/all other comic book publishing company, Disney, Warner Bros, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and any/every/all animation production company, One Piece, Naruto, One Punch Man, Bleach, Pokémon, any/every/all other anime/manga production company, Capcom, Bandai Namco, Sega, Nintendo, Playstation, Xbox, SNK Playmore, Konami, Tecmo Koei, Atlus, Arc System Works, Square Enix, Platinum Games, and any/every/other (vídeo) game production company teamed up, all (I REALLY MEAN ALL OF THEM) of their characters wouldn't stand a single chance against any Dragon Ball character (especially Goku), due to their strenght and other supreme features. I remember Reading once that, if Goku wanted, he could finish everyone (outside the DBZ series, of course) with just a fart. LMAO.

 

And here is where I ask you guys: Is Goku (and any/every/all DB character, but mostly Goku), really REALLY unbeatable? Isn't there at least 1 character from outside the DBZ series that could defeat (or even kill) the Super Saiyajin? Just asking, because, you know, I find it quite difficult and dubious to believe that not even 1 (just 1) character from all these companies I mentioned have the power to best him in combat/duel/match. That's why I'm asking you guys this.

 

It can be character(s) from literally ANY KIND OF MEDIA EXISTENT: anime, manga, animation (american or not), comics, comic books, books (from any genre: fantasy, Science fiction, supernatural and others), films/movies, TV series, novels, romances, light novels, vídeo games (and its variants like mobile games), web media (like web animations, ONA, web comics, and others)...LITERALLY: ANY KIND OF MEDIA YOU WANT. Also, it can be either heroes or villains, anti-heroes, neutral characters, anti-villains, any alignment for the characters.

 

So, which character could stand his/her own against the "All Might Super Saiyajin"?


Have the KH series become fanservice (too much)?

25 August 2017 - 07:21 PM

So, what do you guys think? Have the KH series become a chain of fanservice with the latest titles released (starting with DDD)? In my honest opinion, YES, IT HAVE BECOME. Want some examples? Here it goes:

 

*ANYBODY can have/wield a Keyblade (LEA): now, please, don't get me wrong, it's really cool to see Lea being able to wield a Keyblade (and his Keyblade's design is fantastic), but, honestly, this is very awkward. Come on, ever since we first saw him (in my case, KH2), his memorable weapon is the chakrams (sorry for the spelling). It's going to take some time to get used to see him using his Keyblade in action (and not his previous weapon). You see, the Keyblade in general was supposed to be a special weapon, which only very few had the ability to wield it, based on the strenght of their hearts. Yes, Lea has a strong heart, because he wants to save Roxas and Xion, but, if we go this way, then ANYBODY IN THE KH UNIVERSE HAS A STRONG HEART, even Donald and Goofy, the Princesses of Heart (aside from Kairi), Ariel, Naminé, Pete and Maleficent, the other Disney Villains, and so on. For me, things eventually started looking fishy back in BBS, when Yen Sid revealed to Terra that he is now a retired Keyblade Master. Even Braig, before fighting Terra, said: "It seems like EVERYONE has one of those these days". And now, even the 5th Union leader can wield one.

 

*The return of some characters who should've stayed dead: Sora and Riku destroyed both Ansem, Seeker of Darkness and Xemnas, so, why are they back? Yes, the time-travel stuff may be an answer, however, if we go this way, EVERY TIME A VILLAIN/CHARACTER IS KILLED, HE/SHE CAN SOMEHOW, BE REVIVED using this method. So, does that mean that all our previous journeys were for nothing? Like, seriously? Why don't Sora use the time-travel method and bring back Xion, Roxas and Naminé, then?

 

 

 

 


KH3 being released in 2018? Pffft...AS IF

12 August 2017 - 05:30 PM

In one of his latest interviews, Nomura said that he's pretty "confident" about a 2018 release year for KH3. Well, guess what: I DON'T BELIEVE HIM. At least, not 100%. Here are 2 reasons why:

 

1) I'm on the team that believes KH3 will have 20 worlds (since he said KH3 will have more worlds than KH2). 20 = 7 lights + 13 darknesses. And if, again, IF this comes true, then let's count how many worlds we have so far (Confirmed worlds said by SE themselves or shown on screenshots, artworks, etc. I'm not going to consider probable/possible worlds here, like Frozen, for example):

 

1.1) Twilight Town;

1.2) Tangled (Rapunzel's world);

1.3) San Fransokyo (Big Hero 6 world);

1.4) Mount Olympus (Hercules world);

1.5) Toy Story world;

1.6) The Mysterious Tower or Symphony of Sorcery;

 

Do you guys see? Only 6 worlds out of the 20 ones have been revealed so far. And, I've read on this site that the next KH3 information/news will only come out at D23 Japan next year (which, actually, should happen THIS year). Even if he announces 1 world per month from D23 onward, there's no way he can show us all the 14 remaining worlds KH3 will have (like he said he would do: reveal all the worlds) before it launches (unless he reveals 2 worlds each month or something like that, but this is highly unlikely. He's never done that before and the chances are very slim he'll do that).

 

2) He is getting a little overconfident. I'm pretty sure Hajime Tabata and Nomura were also very confident they could release Final Fantasy XV and KH 2.8 FCP in September and December, respectively, and we all saw what happened, right? Who's to say this won't happen again? Delays happen all the time, don't they? Especially when SE is too afraid of the idea of FFXV competing with Persona 5 and then, what happens? Both games are delayed. And this delay affected 2.8's original release date, which was supposed to be December.

 

Well, this is it. I hope I'm 100% wrong, but, until the game launches, I won't trust Nomura 100%.


How can I be hyped for KH3 after THIS?

18 July 2017 - 08:48 PM

I mean, seriously? KH3 will have LESS DISNEY WORLDS THAN KH2? Yes, I know they'll have more content, but, come on. 1 of the top funniest things to do in KH games is exploring Disney worlds and they're reducing them? If the plot of the movies are the problem (since the worlds will be more involved in the story this time, right?), honestly, I wouldn't mind an original plot for all Disney worlds, but, please, don't do this kind of thing. It's heartbreaking. Guys, with all due respect to everybody in the KH community, but, this News has lowered my hype for KH3 cosmically. I believe that, for the first time ever, I'll be much more interested in the overall plot of the game than the story of each Disney world. :sad: :sad: :sad: : : : That is, unless you guys can give me a really, REALLY convincing conter argument for that to cheer me up.

 

PS: I understand DDD's case (where they did the exact same thing), but, at least, that was because of plot conveniences (7 sleeping keyholes must be unlocked and on...). Also, they're reducing exactly 1 of the top aspects that got the KH franchise so popular all these years: the fact that we can visit Disney worlds and Interact with its characters. Honestly, that doesn't make any sense.