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Kingdom Hearts III (PS4)
- R 779
- Normal Price
KINGDOM HEARTS III tells the story of the power of friendship as Sora and his friends embark on a perilous adventure and support each other through difficult times. Set in a vast array of Disney worlds, KINGDOM HEARTS follows the journey of Sora, a young boy and unknowing heir to a spectacular power. Sora is joined by Donald Duck and Goofy, two emissaries sent by King Mickey from Disney Castle, to stop an evil force known as the Heartless from invading and overtaking the universe. Through the power of positivity and friendship, Sora, Donald and Goofy unite with iconic Disney-Pixar characters old and new to prevail tremendous challenges and persevere against the darkness threatening their worlds.
- Adventure in Disney and Pixar Worlds
Embark on an adventure that spans the Disney universe: Travel across Disney-Pixar worlds to protect them from the Heartless invasion, and befriend and join heroes from Toy Story, Big Hero 6, Tangled, Hercules and more.
- Unlock the Power of the Keyblades
The powerful Keyblade can now transform into additional forms with new attacks, moves and animations. Players can equip multiple Keyblades, and combo their attacks between different themed Keyblades.
- Experience the Magic
Cast visually stunning, powerful magic spells to battle the Heartless. Call upon Disney-Pixar friends and partner with them for support. Turn the tide of combat by summoning theme park inspired attractions using the all-new “Attractions.”
- Prepare for Battle
Interact directly with the Disney-Pixar world. Players will fight off swarms of Heartless as they scale massive cliffs, dive deep underwater or even as they fall freely through the air.
- Relive Classic Disney Shorts Through Minigames
Take a break from saving the world with minigames inspired by classic Disney short films.
- Video Games
- 28 Jan 2019
- PlayStation 4
- Standard Edition
- Role-Playing Game
- Square Enix
- Square Enix
- SA Gamer
Duration: 01:28Resolution: 640 x 360Codec: H.264Duration: 02:31Resolution: 640 x 360Codec: H.264
- Announcement Trailer
- Gameplay Trailer
- Supply Source
- South Africa
Epic conclusion to the Dark Seeker Saga.
HookX onReviewed by
I can now confidently say after finishing the game that it is everything that I wanted in a next generation Kingdom Hearts game. Amazing graphics, epic worlds and a story worthy of concluding the 'Dark Seeker Saga'.
I've enjoyed every moment spent with this title and will return to finish up some of the side content left over. The only issue even worth mentioning would be the difficulty, even on proud setting it does not match up with previous entries. I believe this was probably necessary to make the title more accessible but also leaves one to fully appreciate the story. A critical mode is probably forthcoming in future patches and would be welcomed by most longtime fans. In my opinion this does not come close to being a 'deal-breaker' as the combat and game-play is so much fun and highly enjoyable.
The endgame portion is epic and long enough to tie up a lot of story threads that have been established over all these years. Everything from the opening to the last moments (including the secret ending) is expertly crafted to dig deep in the emotional attachment and investment that long running true fans of the series will probably hold. The OST is another stand-out feature and both themes as well as the retooled 'Dearly Departed' is such high points for the series and is used to such great effect in the game.
The Pixar worlds recreated in this game needs special mention. This is probably the closest you will ever come to playing a Pixar movie. Everything is recreated to the finest detail. The musical number in one of the world fits so well and the rest of the worlds are filled with NPCs and open areas that has never been possible in past games. The two times generation gap between the previous main title games and KH3 is amazingly evident especially if you've replayed the older titles recently. The level of verticality and openness of the worlds are great without opening itself up to the busy-work of true open world games. The worlds that border on open-world never lets up on the fast paced story lines and leaves the exploring mostly as optional content (which I kept going back to as the specific game-play elements are so addictive and fun overall).
This concluded chapter left me satisfied although ready for more. It was an experience that will always stick with me. Truly amazing.
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Joshua C onReviewed by
Not putting the ending on the disk to avoid spoilers is actually a brilliant move on their part.
Also, we live in the age of the internet. If a simple update is too much then I feel bad for you because most games these days are getting day one patches.
Erin G onReviewed by
The ending isn’t on the disc. Buy digital, or skip if you are sick of this nonsense.
Dieter R onReviewed by
The game’s direct just recently confirmed that the epilogue and secret ending will be patched in ... to avoid spoilers ...
I don’t need to be nannied to protect me from spoilers! Just release complete games! It is not hard really!!!