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Kingdom Hearts And Death Metal

Jammin these and playing through Kingdom Hearts while waiting for the third one. This is the Kingdom Hearts games ranked
1Death
Human


Kingdom Hearts- I have played through this game countless times and love every part
of it. This is more than likely my favorite game of all time. The level design, the
difficulty, the story, everything except a little platforming was perfect to me. This
brings the nostalgia hard and I adore this game.
2Atheist
Unquestionable Presence


Kingdom Hearts 2- This game, very much like the first, was almost perfect for me
however, this had more flaws than the first. The Atlantica sing along horse shit, the
Demyx water battles, insanely long intro and the overall easiness of the game brought
it down from the first somewhat. Despite the faults, the forms, new levels, new
characters, continued story and gameplay kept this game from being the
disappointment I was expecting of the sequel.
3Cynic
Focus


Birth by Sleep- By far the best side story game of the series, Birth by Sleep brought
the gameplay, graphics and fun of the console titles to a portable system in an
extremely successful manner. Playing through the three story lines as three separate
characters kept the game fresh and interesting.
4Autopsy
Fiend for Blood


Dream Drop Distance- Still have yet to finish this game however, like Birth by Sleep,
brought the fun of the console games to a portable system without losing too much.
Going back to playing as Sora was exciting as his character hadn't been seen in a new
game since KH2. Although the story and gameplay were somewhat lacking, the
experience was overall entertaining and fun, not worth buying a 3DS though.
5Cryptopsy
None So Vile


Chain of Memories- The card deck gameplay, repetition of the KH1's story again, lame
level design and bad graphics made this a lackluster game that let to major
disappointment. I was extremely excited to play this game and was very upset until I
found out that after you beat Sora's campaign, you get to play through a Riku
campaign. This aspect and new addition to the story after the events of the first game
saved me from completely forgetting this game ever existed.
6Edge of Sanity
Crimson


358/2 Days- This game took a story that I found extremely uninteresting in KH2 and
expanded on it into an entire game. Roxas is a whiny bitch and Xion's story is
unnecessary and disappointing. The only likable character in the game is Axel and
even some of his dialogue gets cheesy and annoying at points. The gameplay was
fluid but the abilities grid feature didn't make much sense and ended up being more
annoying than interesting. The useless missions for Organization 13 made the game
feel redundant and uninteresting. Half the game was going through countless boring
missions waiting for a possible cut scene once completed that reveals more of the
uninteresting story. The best part of this game was being able to play as all members
of Organization 13 in the free play feature although, even that was highly flawed.
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