History YMMV / KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories

29th Oct '17 9:14:33 PM urutapu
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*** Just Sora in general for this game. As you progress through the game, he loses more memories and gets even more of them twisted by Naminé. You'd think he'd be thinking things through more often, since he never actually does in the game. He's slowly losing pretty much every memory he's made since he first got sent to Traverse Town and met Donald and Goofy, and he has absolutely ''no'' reasons to trust anyone they meet and he ''never'' gives a thought to the plausibility that his memories of Naminé are fake, even when Goofy and Donald suggest it, or Vexen tries to clue him in to it after he defeats him the first time. On top of that, he turns into such a {{jerkass}} over the course of the story that he distrusts Donald and Goofy, the only people he can trust in the castle, just because they ''suggest'' he's being toyed with. They don't even start the conflict either. Sora just has an outburst towards them for no reason and his entire personality in the second half of the story is just bad. Luckily Donald and Goofy understood he was acting out of character and didn't blame him for it, otherwise he would've been finished after his outburst against them. He even tries to sacrifice himself to save Naminé, a character he has ''no'' reason to trust, or even like, even ''with'' his messed up memories. This isn't the last time Sora's character isn't written as it should be in the series, but it ''is'' probably the most insufferable, depending on how you feel about his {{flanderization}} in ''Dream Drop Distance.''

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*** Just Sora in general for this game. As you progress through the game, he loses more memories and gets even more of them twisted by Naminé. You'd think he'd be thinking things through more often, since he never actually does in the game. He's slowly losing pretty much every memory he's made since he first got sent to Traverse Town and met Donald and Goofy, and he has absolutely ''no'' reasons to trust anyone they meet and he ''never'' gives a thought to the plausibility that his memories of Naminé are fake, even when Goofy and Donald suggest it, or Vexen tries to clue him in to it after he defeats him the first time. On top of that, he turns into such a {{jerkass}} over the course of the story that he distrusts Donald and Goofy, the only people he can trust in the castle, just because they ''suggest'' he's being toyed with. They don't even start the conflict either. Sora just has an outburst towards them for no reason and his entire personality in the second half of the story is just bad. Luckily Donald and Goofy understood he was acting out of character and didn't blame him for it, otherwise he would've been finished after his outburst against them. He even tries to sacrifice himself to save Naminé, a the character he has ''no'' reason to trust, or even like, even ''with'' who was just established as the one manipulating his messed up memories.memory. This isn't the last time Sora's character isn't written as it should be in the series, but it ''is'' probably the most insufferable, depending on how you feel about his {{flanderization}} in ''Dream Drop Distance.''
29th Oct '17 7:47:18 PM Scsigs
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*** Just Sora in general for this game. As you progress through the game, he loses more memories and gets even more of them twisted by Naminé. You'd think he'd be thinking things through more often, since he never actually does in the game. He's slowly losing pretty much every memory he's made since he first got sent to Traverse Town and met Donald and Goofy, and he has absolutely ''no'' reasons to trust anyone they meet ad he never gives a thought to the plausibility that his memories of Naminé are fake, even when Goofy and Donald suggest it, or Vexen tries to clue him in to it after he defeats him the first time. On top of that, he turns into such a {{jerkass}} over the course of the story that he distrusts Donald and Goofy, the only people he can trust in the castle, just because they ''suggest'' he's being toyed with. They don't even start the conflict either. Sora just has an outburst towards them for no reason and his entire personality in the second half of the story is just bad. Luckily Donald and Goofy understood he was acting out of character and didn't blame him for it, otherwise he would've been finished after his outburst against them. He even tries to sacrifice himself to save Naminé, a character he has ''no'' reason to trust, or even like, even ''with'' his messed up memories. This isn't the last time Sora's character isn't written as it should be in the series, but it ''is'' probably the most insufferable, depending on how you feel about his {{flanderization}} in ''Dream Drop Distance.''

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*** Just Sora in general for this game. As you progress through the game, he loses more memories and gets even more of them twisted by Naminé. You'd think he'd be thinking things through more often, since he never actually does in the game. He's slowly losing pretty much every memory he's made since he first got sent to Traverse Town and met Donald and Goofy, and he has absolutely ''no'' reasons to trust anyone they meet ad and he never ''never'' gives a thought to the plausibility that his memories of Naminé are fake, even when Goofy and Donald suggest it, or Vexen tries to clue him in to it after he defeats him the first time. On top of that, he turns into such a {{jerkass}} over the course of the story that he distrusts Donald and Goofy, the only people he can trust in the castle, just because they ''suggest'' he's being toyed with. They don't even start the conflict either. Sora just has an outburst towards them for no reason and his entire personality in the second half of the story is just bad. Luckily Donald and Goofy understood he was acting out of character and didn't blame him for it, otherwise he would've been finished after his outburst against them. He even tries to sacrifice himself to save Naminé, a character he has ''no'' reason to trust, or even like, even ''with'' his messed up memories. This isn't the last time Sora's character isn't written as it should be in the series, but it ''is'' probably the most insufferable, depending on how you feel about his {{flanderization}} in ''Dream Drop Distance.''
29th Oct '17 7:45:35 PM Scsigs
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*** Just Sora in general for this game. As you progress through the game, he loses more memories and gets even more of them twisted by Namin&eacute. You'd think he'd be thinking things through more often, since he never actually does in the game. He's slowly losing pretty much every memory he's made since he first got sent to Traverse Town and met Donald and Goofy, and he has absolutely ''no'' reasons to trust anyone they meet ad he never gives a thought to the plausibility that his memories of Namin&eacute are fake, even when Goofy and Donald suggest it, or Vexen tries to clue him in to it after he defeats him the first time. On top of that, he turns into such a {{jerkass}} over the course of the story that he distrusts Donald and Goofy, the only people he can trust in the castle, just because they ''suggest'' he's being toyed with. They don't even start the conflict either. Sora just has an outburst towards them for no reason and his entire personality in the second half of the story is just bad. Luckily Donald and Goofy understood he was acting out of character and didn't blame him for it, otherwise he would've been finished after his outburst against them. He even tries to sacrifice himself to save Namin&eacute, a character he has ''no'' reason to trust, or even like, even ''with'' his messed up memories. This isn't the last time Sora's character isn't written as it should be in the series, but it ''is'' probably the most insufferable, depending on how you feel about his {{flanderization}} in ''Dream Drop Distance.''

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*** Just Sora in general for this game. As you progress through the game, he loses more memories and gets even more of them twisted by Namin&eacute.Naminé. You'd think he'd be thinking things through more often, since he never actually does in the game. He's slowly losing pretty much every memory he's made since he first got sent to Traverse Town and met Donald and Goofy, and he has absolutely ''no'' reasons to trust anyone they meet ad he never gives a thought to the plausibility that his memories of Namin&eacute Naminé are fake, even when Goofy and Donald suggest it, or Vexen tries to clue him in to it after he defeats him the first time. On top of that, he turns into such a {{jerkass}} over the course of the story that he distrusts Donald and Goofy, the only people he can trust in the castle, just because they ''suggest'' he's being toyed with. They don't even start the conflict either. Sora just has an outburst towards them for no reason and his entire personality in the second half of the story is just bad. Luckily Donald and Goofy understood he was acting out of character and didn't blame him for it, otherwise he would've been finished after his outburst against them. He even tries to sacrifice himself to save Namin&eacute, Naminé, a character he has ''no'' reason to trust, or even like, even ''with'' his messed up memories. This isn't the last time Sora's character isn't written as it should be in the series, but it ''is'' probably the most insufferable, depending on how you feel about his {{flanderization}} in ''Dream Drop Distance.''
29th Oct '17 7:42:58 PM Scsigs
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*** Just Sora in general for this game. As you progress through the game, he loses more memories and gets even more of them twisted by Namin&eacute. You'd think he'd be thinking things through more often, since he never actually does in the game. He's slowly losing pretty much every memory he's made since he first got sent to Traverse Town and met Donald and Goofy, and he has absolutely ''no'' reasons to trust anyone they meet ad he never gives a thought to the plausibility that his memories of Namin&eacute are fake, even when Goofy and Donald suggest it, or Vexen tries to clue him in to it after he defeats him the first time. On top of that, he turns into such a {{jerkass}} over the course of the story that he distrusts Donald and Goofy, the only people he can trust in the castle, just because they ''suggest'' he's being toyed with. They don't even start the conflict either. Sora just has an outburst towards them for no reason and his entire personality in the second half of the story is just bad. Luckily Donald and Goofy understood he was acting out of character and didn't blame him for it, otherwise he would've been finished after his outburst against them. He even tries to sacrifice himself to save Namin&eacute, a character he has ''no'' reason to trust, or even like, even ''with'' his messed up memories. This isn't the last time Sora's character isn't written as it should be in the series, but it ''is'' probably the most insufferable, depending on how you feel about his {{flanderization}} in ''Dream Drop Distance.''
2nd Oct '17 11:50:52 AM Xlsfd
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** The fourth fight against [[spoiler:Riku Replica]] in Sora's story, as he LOVES to spam his sleights and uses his own enemy card (which prevents him from losing the first sleight card for 5 sleights). Additionally, Sora doesn't have access to any friend cards during this battle, [[spoiler:as he ran away from Donald and Goofy before he entered Destiny Islands]].
2nd Sep '17 11:13:47 AM wingedcatgirl
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** ''Any'' enemy you have to attack from behind in the Game Boy Advance game. This is remedied a bit in ''Re:[=CoM=]'' because you're able to attack from more angles - in the original, it's roughly 2D so you have to be ''right'' behind them. Defenders are easily the most annoying mooks in the game.

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** ''Any'' enemy you have to attack from behind in the Game Boy Advance game. This is remedied a bit in ''Re:[=CoM=]'' because you're able to attack from more angles - in the original, it's roughly 2D so you have to be ''right'' behind them. Defenders Most of them only block ''physical'' attacks this way, making Fire/Blizzard Raid a good solution. The only exception is Defenders, who are easily the most annoying mooks in the game.game by this virtue alone.
2nd Sep '17 11:10:52 AM wingedcatgirl
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%%* GeniusBonus: In the manga adaptation, Larxene is seen reading a book about French writer Marquis De Sade. We'll let you do the math.

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%%* ** The Fire and Blizzard Raid sleights are easy to assemble (Fire/Blizzard + any attack + any attack) and tear through trash mobs like tissue paper -- since they can't sleight or use 0s you'll never get card broken, and with good placement, you can hit your target up to ''five times'' with one toss. Fire Raid also goes right through Vexen's GoddamnedBoss shield, while Blizzard Raid deals massive damage to Axel. You could ''almost'' go through the whole game with these sleights alone -- the main snag is against enemies immune to fire ''and'' ice, by which time you'll probably have unlocked Reflect Raid and/or Judgement, which switch out the Fire/Blizzard card for Cloud/Aero and deal [[InfinityPlusOneElement neutral]] damage.
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GeniusBonus: In the manga adaptation, Larxene is seen reading a book about French writer Marquis De Sade. We'll let you do Since he's the math.TropeNamer for sadism, it's certainly a fitting choice for her.
29th Aug '17 9:27:21 PM wingedcatgirl
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%%* ScrappyMechanic: The battle system has few fans, being unintuitive, limiting, and often adding FakeDifficulty. It's even ''worse'' when playing as Riku.

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The FightLikeACardPlayer battle system has few fans, being unintuitive, limiting, and often adding FakeDifficulty. It's even ''worse'' when playing as Riku.Riku, because his story ''removes deck-building'' -- y'know, that thing that's the reason people like card battles in the first place?
** Farming Moogle Points is tedious and unfun, because they only come from interacting with environment objects, and not from winning battles. You can sell old cards instead, but that's hardly better -- most of your cards [[Catch22Dilemma are bought from the Moogle Shops in the first place]], and the free ones mostly come from [[MortonsFork interacting with environment objects]].
3rd Jul '17 9:55:55 AM urutapu
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Marluxia. His {{Grim Reaper}} motif and powerset are often praised as quite CreepyAwesome, and he himself is often praised as a refreshing change-of-pace from the usual "[[ArcFatigue just another version of]] [[ArcVillain Xehanort]]."
3rd Jul '17 9:32:49 AM Peridonyx
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Marluxia. His {{Grim Reaper}} motif and powerset are often praised as quite CreepyAwesome, and he himself is often praised as a refreshing change-of-pace from the usual "[[ArcFatigue just another version of]] [[ArcVillain Xehanort]]."
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