PODCAST Released on Feb 05, 2019
Kingdom Hearts 3 has now released and we couldn't be more excited! Join us, as we talk through our impressions of the early sections of the game!
Yep, as we had to wait such a long time, we're also going to taking our time with this review. For this first part, we're going to be running through the initial worlds that feature in Kingdom Hearts 3 with a specific focus on the story, level design and gameplay, presentation and general lasting impressions.
Not only that, but we also have a boat load of questions from the community to run-through. It's a mega episode and we hope you enjoy it!
Barry Norton, Louis James, Satria Djajasudarma, Chris Morales, Harley Crawley, Michael Graham, Raechel Casterton, Thorin Bullen, Zach Duranto, Billy Jackson, Darren Matthews, John McCrea, Joseph Robertson, Keith Field, Mario Herker, Mohammed Qayum, Vitanitas, Zach Porter, Zeldaclone, Avery Ferrante, Chris de Hoog, coolsonh, Garrett Peterson, Griffin Golding, Jannis Jr., Jared Winer, Joseph Hull, mcgregml, Philippe W. Naud, Samantha Beigel, Scott Bechtel, Sheena_TH, Simon Kuperman, Sloan, Thomas Dixon, Tony, Benny Chen, Bleu Machine, Tyler Walsh, Miles Ribbans, ciel, Michael, Richard Homan, Prakash Acharya, Christian Burge, Dustin Smith, David Campbell, Chocobohno, Patrick, Rob Porter, David C, Alex Ray-Snyder, Nahi Kablaoui, Supryo, Miles Ribbans, Tory Patrick, Chris Pope, Mokie Sayasith, Nathan Summers, Alex and Rachel Trautman, Scheris
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