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User Info: Sword_of_Dusk

Sword_of_Dusk
4 years ago#21
Alkamizt posted...
Why do people over-analyze this game so much? It's a whimsical, Disney/Square adventure with fun combat. Enjoy it for what it is, or stay away from it. I hate seeing people trying to analyze the characters and story so much. Good post, TC.


Considering that the story is kinda hard to follow at times, and the fact that there is an interesting (for some) story to be found, there's nothing wrong with analyzing it. This isn't the first time I've seen you say this, and it's a little tiresome.
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User Info: GGuitarGuy95

GGuitarGuy95
4 years ago#22
MysteriousKori posted...
Yes, there are posters here who don't seem to know that KH is owned by Disney, and don't understand why KH doesn't have FF worlds. This topic was made to educate them.


Not only that, but people honestly think that KH is a Disney x FF game. FF characters are just cameos in this game.

User Info: Masterofflys

Masterofflys
4 years ago#23
Is this really considered a point of contention? I mean, this has been known for a decade or more...
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User Info: Tgirl

Tgirl
4 years ago#24
^ Ask the users, who keep asking these kinds of questions every month.

http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/718920-kingdom-hearts-iii/72239162

http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/718920-kingdom-hearts-iii/72274764

http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/718920-kingdom-hearts-iii/72245502

It's been known to a lot of us for over a decade, but some of these people may have come into the fandom a bit late to not realize this (for numerous reasons).
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Fou Lu
4 years ago#25
Tgirl posted...

Sora, Riku, and Kairi are.....?

Disney characters.


Nope, they aren't. Keep telling yourself that though.
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Tgirl
4 years ago#27
Fou Lu posted...
Tgirl posted...

Sora, Riku, and Kairi are.....?

Disney characters.


Nope, they aren't. Keep telling yourself that though.

Perfect example of sarcasm used at the wrong moment or something?

Point taken from Tmo's post. We also got users, who are either one or the other, or they can't read well. :/
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58964
4 years ago#28
Request the sticky. Good job
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User Info: Masterofflys

Masterofflys
4 years ago#29
Tmo1992 posted...
Fou Lu posted...
Tgirl posted...

Sora, Riku, and Kairi are.....?

Disney characters.


Nope, they aren't. Keep telling yourself that though.


are you really bad at trolling? or just really stupid?


Nomura designed them, Disney owns them. Back on the original KH board we tend to point out the gigantic feet as a dead giveaway :P
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User Info: Mitsukiba

Mitsukiba
4 years ago#30
Alkamizt posted...
Why do people over-analyze this game so much? It's a whimsical, Disney/Square adventure with fun combat. Enjoy it for what it is, or stay away from it. I hate seeing people trying to analyze the characters and story so much. Good post, TC.


It stopped being whimsical after the original.
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