History YMMV / KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories

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]]."
29th Jun '17 6:32:07 PM Isaac_Heller
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** Making some particularly confusing plot decisions and introducing confusing new concepts such as the correlation between memory and heart, a changed way of defining "Darkness", and the vagueness of several of the new characters. At the time, everyone knew that ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' was on the way and weren't bothered because they assumed that it would clear all of this up. And it did...[[KudzuPlot only to introduce just as much confusion and new questions in the process.]] And it just kept going from there, reaching MindScrew levels by ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance''.
12th Jun '17 9:49:57 PM SamMax
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* AdaptationDisplacement: At this point, more and more people have experienced the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 remake while not even bothering with the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance original, if they're even aware of it at all.

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* AdaptationDisplacement: At this point, more and more people have experienced the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 remake and its remasters while not even bothering with the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance original, if they're even aware of it at all.
20th May '17 4:33:49 PM SamMax
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* Heartwarming: When visiting the 100 Acre Woods, even though it was based on figments of Sora's memories, Sora did not need to introduce or "reintroduce" himself to Pooh who already knows who Sora is and Sora did not react. Harsher in Hindsight when Pooh forgot Sora in KH II (Final Mix) instead.

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* Heartwarming: HeartwarmingMoments: When visiting the 100 Acre Woods, even though it was based on figments of Sora's memories, Sora did not need to introduce or "reintroduce" himself to Pooh who already knows who Sora is and Sora did not react. Harsher in Hindsight when Pooh forgot Sora in KH II (Final Mix) instead.
20th May '17 4:31:12 PM SamMax
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** The decision to release the series over multiple consoles, which lead to a degree of ContinuityLockout (an act somewhat rectified by the ''HD [=ReMIX=]'' compliations). This was more acceptable back in the day since it was just a single innocuous spin-off that was released on the only widespread handheld, the Creator/{{Nintendo}} UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, so many fans didn't have an issue with the console hopping if they wanted a mobile experience. As the story got more complicated and more plot-important spin-offs got released on competing consoles, fans started getting irritated that they had to shell out more cash to play the games and understand what was going on. This has been [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] thanks to the combination of the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 remake and the remasters that brought at least the story together on both the UsefulNotes/Playdtation3 and the UsefulNotes/Playstation4 (the latter even moreso), but it was a problem for quite a while.

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** The decision to release the series over multiple consoles, which lead to a degree of ContinuityLockout (an act somewhat rectified by the ''HD [=ReMIX=]'' compliations). This was more acceptable back in the day since it was just a single innocuous spin-off that was released on the only widespread handheld, the Creator/{{Nintendo}} UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, so many fans didn't have an issue with the console hopping if they wanted a mobile experience. As the story got more complicated and more plot-important spin-offs got released on competing consoles, fans started getting irritated that they had to shell out more cash to play the games and understand what was going on. This has been [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] thanks to the combination of the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 remake and the remasters that brought at least the story together on both the UsefulNotes/Playdtation3 UsefulNotes/Playstation3 and the UsefulNotes/Playstation4 (the latter even moreso), but it was a problem for quite a while.
20th May '17 4:30:24 PM SamMax
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** The decision to release the series over multiple consoles, which lead to a degree of ContinuityLockout (an act somewhat rectified by the ''HD [=ReMIX=]'' compliations). This was more acceptable back in the day since it was just a single innocuous spin-off that was released on the only widespread handheld, the Creator/{{Nintendo}} UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, so many fans didn't have an issue with the console hopping if they wanted a mobile experience. As the story got more complicated and more plot-important spin-offs got released on competing consoles, fans started getting irritated that they had to shell out more cash to play the games and understand what was going on.

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** The decision to release the series over multiple consoles, which lead to a degree of ContinuityLockout (an act somewhat rectified by the ''HD [=ReMIX=]'' compliations). This was more acceptable back in the day since it was just a single innocuous spin-off that was released on the only widespread handheld, the Creator/{{Nintendo}} UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance, so many fans didn't have an issue with the console hopping if they wanted a mobile experience. As the story got more complicated and more plot-important spin-offs got released on competing consoles, fans started getting irritated that they had to shell out more cash to play the games and understand what was going on. This has been [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] thanks to the combination of the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 remake and the remasters that brought at least the story together on both the UsefulNotes/Playdtation3 and the UsefulNotes/Playstation4 (the latter even moreso), but it was a problem for quite a while.
20th May '17 4:27:13 PM SamMax
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* AdaptationDisplacement: At this point, more and more people have experienced the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 remake while not even bothering with the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance original, if they're even aware of it at all.
1st May '17 9:40:57 AM personmystery
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** Little known fact: the second hit from Riku's Dark Mode combo will actually stun enemies(at least in Re:COM). Do a two hit combo to stun the enemy and use the time to heal without the enemy breaking your card in order to make lots of difficult enemies easier. Such enemies include [[spoiler:Lexaeus(not buffed) and Riku Replica(both fights)]]
30th Apr '17 5:13:25 PM SonicGamer07
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* ThatOneAchievement: In the remake, filling out the Card Collection to get the Silver and Gold Cards, and thus the Card Master Sora trophy in ''1.5 HD [=ReMIX=]''. Enemy Card drop rates are ''notoriously'' bad. You'll spend a lot of time grinding out the same enemy over and over again to just fill out a single card slot, and ''every'' enemy has an Enemy Card.

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* ThatOneAchievement: In the remake, filling out the Card Collection to get the Silver and Gold and Platinum Cards, and thus the Card Master Sora trophy in ''1.5 HD [=ReMIX=]''. Enemy Card drop rates are ''notoriously'' bad. You'll spend a lot of time grinding out the same enemy over and over again to just fill out a single card slot, and ''every'' enemy has an Enemy Card.
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