Story - 85%
Graphics - 77%
Audio - 88%
Gameplay - 82%
Replayability - 91%
Kingdom Hearts is a cross over action RPG that involves characters from the Disney, Final Fantasy and “The World ends with you” universes.
Wow, I can’t tell you all how long I’ve wanted to play Kingdom Hearts from the beginning. Every time I think about it or wanted to try something came up, now at last I can enjoy these games from the start.
The plot is usually about the main character or characters that need to travel between worlds to collect hearts or keep them from being taken by the Heartless. The cool thing about this collection is that it has everything you need to catch up to the storyline to get the complete story you will need to get Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue as well.
It’s amazing to play all the different titles to see how the gameplay changed, styles changed and even how the game technologies progressed. It can become quite confusing of which version/title comes first or the order that you need to play them in, below is the time line of when the titles were released.
There is a lot of “meat” in this series and it’s no wonder as the universes that these characters come from are vast and huge in by themselves. If you haven’t played any Kingdom Hearts game yet then this is a perfect collection to start with.
If you are a fan of these worlds then this is a collection that you need to have, travelling to all the worlds and stories you love, being the hero to save the day and ridding the world of the Heartless.
So with this now being released in 2017, does it mean that we might see a number 3 finally coming out soon? Yesterday, some news broke that we may well see Kingdom Hearts 3 in 2018.
Reviewed on: PS4
Available on: PS4
Genre: Action RPG
Age Rating: PG
Publisher/Developer: Square Enix
Estimated RRP: R645
Release Date: 31 March 2017
- So much to play
- Great collection
- Would’ve liked something un-released put in