I remember getting lost in this game a lot. VR will probably not help me out.
If you've been patiently waiting for the second part of Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience, it's almost here. Square Enix announced plans to launch the update for free on July 25 in Japan, which, as Sony points out, means it touches down on PSVR in the west on July 24.
In part two, players can look forward to motion controller support and the addition of worlds like Olympus Coliseum.
Good news. The official trailer was render private. Here's a mirror version:
Square Enix has released a new trailer for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC, which reveals a release date of January 23, 2020 for PlayStation 4 and February 25 for Xbox One.
While Square Enix has not yet revealed pricing information or a detailed list of what's all included in the DLC, Square Enix has announced some of the additions to be found in the DLC over the last several months at various events like concerts [1, 2]. These include:
New scenarios/episodes with new bosses and scenes. Some battles you can choose between various playable characters New Keyblades and forms (via a free patch) Photo Mode & Slideshow Mode Fast Pass Mode - A form of an Easy difficulty that lets you one-shot enemies Black Mode - A Hard difficulty where you choose your HP English voices for the Japanese version (Japanese voices for western version has not been stated)
Check out the new trailer below, which shows several playable characters including Kairi for the first time.
Re Mind – the other tale that unfolded during the climax of KINGDOM HEARTS III. Determined to rescue Kairi, Sora travels to the Keyblade Graveyard a short time before the final battle was to take place. Lacking a corporeal form, he traces the hearts of the seven guardians of light. Through experiencing their personal battles firsthand, Sora is about to discover truths that he has never before imagined.
KINGDOM HEARTS III Re Mind is coming to PlayStation 4 on January 23, 2020 and Microsoft Xbox One on February 25, 2020.
Went back to Kingdom Hearts 3 since I bought the DLC. Though, I didn't play the DLC. I went to try finish some loose ends like getting the Ultimata Keyblade which is tied to 3 or achievements? I realized the post office can only reward you one Oricalcum +.
The first battle I picked for Limit Cut Episode was Luxord. He's gimmicky because it's basically like Kingdom Hearts 2 but harder games. None of my siblings or myself ever emerged unscathed/defeat Luxord's 2nd phase. I managed to beat him (lucky me since my siblings were close) because I had enough bar from 2nd phase.
I realized the game's controls is frustrating because dispelling Luxord's cards requires the triangle button. That same button is the activator for your secondary forms. I accidentally enter Sora's form instead of hitting dispell for Luxord's cards in past failed attempts.
I did beat all 13 darknesses back in August for the DLC. I thought I was almost done since I was still struggling. Master Xehanort and some of the others were terrible. The last person was a shocking surprise. I thought they were product placement for Final Fantasy parody. I could not beat him. I quit after a week of attempts.
I'm giving up and not going back. These battles require a lot of muscle memory and good timing and reflexes.
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Taka: Didn't see anything until I read the description and comments. It goes by really fast. Edit: Someone really sneak in a picture. Edit 2: Tried pausing to find it. It's harder to track compared to REZERO's IF pictures
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Old Man Dream: Set the playback speed on the video to 0.25x. Should make it easier to get a good pause on one of the two naughty bits. Both appear around 0:19ish in the video.
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