Kingdom Hearts Melody Of Memory Switch

Which Kingdom Hearts games are worth playing? – iMore

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Kingdom Hearts 3 OlafSource: Square Enix
Kingdom Hearts games are finally coming to Nintendo Switch soon. This includes Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix, Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, and Kingdom Hearts 3. However, instead of downloading and playing them locally, you will access them via cloud streaming. This means that you likely won’t need to make any room on your microSD card to play them.
If you’re at all familiar with these titles, then you know that the first two are actually a collection of games. 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix contains six games, while 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue contains three games. But do you need to play all of these? Or can you just stick to the first Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts 2, and Kingdom Hearts 3? Simple and Clean, here are the important ones and the ones you can skip.
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Kingdom Hearts Riku Sora Kairi Mickey Donald GoofyKingdom Hearts Riku Sora Kairi Mickey Donald GoofySource: Square Enix
You can read more about each entry and why it’s worth skipping or playing in the section following.
Kingdom Hearts Sora Donald GoofyKingdom Hearts Sora Donald GoofySource: Square Enix
Kingdom Hearts MousketeersKingdom Hearts MousketeersSource: Square Enix
Kingdom Hearts 3 Pirates Of The CarribbeanKingdom Hearts 3 Pirates Of The CarribbeanSource: Square Enix
This is the game everything was leading up to, and it ends the overall story for the Dark Seeker saga. You’ll find that it ties all of the characters together from past games, so it’s definitely one you want to play through. Not to mention seeing the jump in graphics from the last entries is kind of mind-blowing.
Sora, Donald, and Goofy frequently slip into slightly different art styles to blend into their surroundings. For instance, they take on a very realistic shading style in Pirates of the Caribbean while having a very cartoony Pixar style when visiting Sully and the other Monster’s Inc. characters. The story ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, implying that another game is likely coming.
Kingdom Hearts Melody Of Memory SwitchKingdom Hearts Melody Of Memory SwitchSource: SQUARE ENIX
This is actually a rhythm game, and while you might be inclined to skip it, it seems to be paving the way for the next major game in the series. It recaps the entire Dark Seeker saga storyline before showing you things that take place following the events of Kingdom Hearts 3.
You’ll see Kairi training with her Keyblade as she and Riku work under Aqua and Yensid, respectively. They learn of a strange city called Quadratum, which is likely something that was alluded to during the Toy Box section of Kingdom Hearts 3. Even though this game is so different from other Kingdom Hearts entries, it looks like it’s going to be an important bridge to understanding the next big Kingdom Hearts game, so you probably should play it.
The plot is confusing, dark at times, and a bit convoluted considering these stories center around a hopeless optimist and Disney characters. However, you do not need to play all of the games in order to enjoy the series. At a minimum, you should play Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts 2, Birth by Sleep, and then Kingdom Hearts 3.
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