History YMMV / KingdomHeartsCoded

30th Aug '17 1:19:56 PM Piterpicher
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* MoralEventHorizon: Pete attempting to crush Donald and Goofy to death in Bug Blox in Hollow Bastion with absolutely no remorse and enjoying himself in the process. Thankfully Data-Sora reclaims his Keyblade and Mickey shows up too.
29th Aug '17 6:11:00 PM Karxrida
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* HarsherInHindsight:[[ArcWords "Their torment has been lessened."]] [[spoiler:In ''VideoGames/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'', the next game in the timeline, all the "tormented" ones (excluding Lea) get a '''''big''''' [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown kick while they're down]] from Xehanort.]]
* HilariousInHindsight:
** Those avatars... who would ever suspect of them getting ADayInTheLimelight?... ''oh,'' right. ''VideoGame/TheatrhythmFinalFantasy''.
** In Agrabah, Data-Sora wonders why the town is so quiet, indirectly lampshading the series' lack of generic {{NPC}}s.
** Data-Sora has to collect [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inklings]] to help restore characters' memories.

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* HarsherInHindsight:[[ArcWords HarsherInHindsight: [[ArcWords "Their torment has been lessened."]] [[spoiler:In ''VideoGames/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance'', the next game in the timeline, all the "tormented" ones (excluding Lea) get a '''''big''''' [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown kick while they're down]] from Xehanort.]]
* HilariousInHindsight:
**
HilariousInHindsight: Those avatars... who would ever suspect of them getting ADayInTheLimelight?... ''oh,'' right. ''VideoGame/TheatrhythmFinalFantasy''.
** In Agrabah, Data-Sora wonders why the town is so quiet, indirectly lampshading the series' lack of generic {{NPC}}s.
** Data-Sora has to collect [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inklings]] to help restore characters' memories.
''VideoGame/TheatrhythmFinalFantasy''.
29th Aug '17 6:08:22 PM Karxrida
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* EndingFatigue: The last leg of ''Re:coded'' forces you to trek through many of the worlds a second time before you get to face off against the BigBad. Even after you win that fight and the story concludes, you're not done -- you get sent to [[spoiler:Castle Oblivion]] and have to complete several puzzles before fighting the real FinalBoss.

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* EndingFatigue: The last leg of ''Re:coded'' forces you to trek through many of the worlds a second time before you get to face off against the BigBad. Even after you win that fight and the story concludes, you're not done -- done; you get sent to [[spoiler:Castle Oblivion]] and have to complete several puzzles before fighting you get to face the real FinalBoss.
29th Aug '17 6:07:44 PM Karxrida
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* EndingFatigue: The lag last of ''Re:coded'' forces you to trek through many of the worlds a second time before you get to face off against the BigBad. Even after you win that fight and the story concludes, you're not done -- you get sent to [[spoiler:Castle Oblivion]] and have to complete several puzzles before fighting the real FinalBoss.

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* EndingFatigue: The lag last leg of ''Re:coded'' forces you to trek through many of the worlds a second time before you get to face off against the BigBad. Even after you win that fight and the story concludes, you're not done -- you get sent to [[spoiler:Castle Oblivion]] and have to complete several puzzles before fighting the real FinalBoss.
29th Aug '17 6:06:59 PM Karxrida
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* EndingFatigue: The lag last of ''Re:coded'' forces you to trek through many of the worlds a second time before you get to face off against the BigBad. Even after you win that fight and the story concludes, you're not done: you get sent to [[spoiler:Castle Oblivion]] and have to complete several puzzles before fighting the real FinalBoss.

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* EndingFatigue: The lag last of ''Re:coded'' forces you to trek through many of the worlds a second time before you get to face off against the BigBad. Even after you win that fight and the story concludes, you're not done: done -- you get sent to [[spoiler:Castle Oblivion]] and have to complete several puzzles before fighting the real FinalBoss.
29th Aug '17 6:06:29 PM Karxrida
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* DisappointingLastLevel: The game essentially ends with you playing an hour of Chain of Memories. Vibrant interesting environments are replaced with pathetically easy single room puzzles, most of which consist of speaking to the right [=NPCs=] in the right order. On the other hand, this segment is incredibly psychological, and for some, it's the best part of the game. And the boss fight against [[spoiler:Data-Roxas]] is worth it.

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* DisappointingLastLevel: The game essentially ends with you playing an hour of Chain of Memories. Vibrant interesting environments are replaced with pathetically easy single room puzzles, most of which consist of speaking to the right [=NPCs=] in the right order. On the other hand, this segment is incredibly psychological, and for some, it's the best part order.
* EndingFatigue: The lag last of ''Re:coded'' forces you to trek through many
of the game. And the boss fight worlds a second time before you get to face off against [[spoiler:Data-Roxas]] is worth it.the BigBad. Even after you win that fight and the story concludes, you're not done: you get sent to [[spoiler:Castle Oblivion]] and have to complete several puzzles before fighting the real FinalBoss.
28th Aug '17 12:49:46 PM Karxrida
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** Judgment Triad in the remake. FULL STOP. It can hit air enemies easily, has homing capabilities, is easy to aim, can hit multiple enemies, and worst of all, does such insanely high damage that almost every enemy, including ''most bosses'', will be [[OneHitKill one-shotted]] by it (and the one that isn't one-shotted will at most take 3 shots to bring down). It makes even the BonusBoss battle just all about dodging with the dodge roll, and aiming Judgment Triad. AND you can have four in your deck. The main downside is that you won't be able to have anything else in your deck, but who cares?
** Below the broken Judgment Triad is Triple Pursuit, which while not as ridiculous, is quite insane. It is a tracking Ice elemental attack that does good damage and lasts extremely long, to deal multiple hits and freeze enemies that aren't immune to it almost every time. Its ingredients? Two commands that you can buy (or get) relatively easily because one is a Basic Magic command and the other can be bought right after you complete the fourth world (and it costs a mere 12,000 munny). ''Easily'' a DiscOneNuke.

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** Judgment Triad in the remake. FULL STOP. It remake can hit air enemies easily, has homing capabilities, is easy to aim, can hit multiple enemies, and worst of all, does such insanely high damage that almost every enemy, including ''most bosses'', will be [[OneHitKill one-shotted]] by it (and the one that isn't one-shotted will at most take 3 shots to bring down). It makes even the BonusBoss battle just all about dodging with the dodge roll, and aiming Judgment Triad. AND you can have four in your deck. The main downside is that you won't be able to have anything else in your deck, but who cares?
** Below the broken Judgment Triad is Triple Pursuit, which while not as ridiculous, is quite insane. It is a tracking Ice elemental attack that does good damage and lasts extremely long, to deal hitting multiple hits times per use and freeze freezing enemies that aren't immune to it almost every time. Its ingredients? Two commands that you can buy (or get) relatively easily because one is a Basic Magic command and the other can be bought right after you complete the fourth world (and it costs a mere 12,000 munny). ''Easily'' a DiscOneNuke.



** Forget commands, the most broken ability in the game is [[AlwaysAccurateAttack Targeting Scope]]. The last ability on the 0/1 keyblade, it makes your basic attack automatically strike the nearest enemy, ''regardless of distance''. Walk into a room of EliteMooks, swing for five seconds, and everything dies. The best part? One of the earlier clock abilities makes every. Single. Attack. A critical hit. It's easily in the same league as Judgement Triad.

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** Forget commands, the most broken ability in the game is [[AlwaysAccurateAttack Targeting Scope]].Scope. The last ability on the 0/1 keyblade, it makes your basic attack automatically strike the nearest enemy, ''regardless of distance''. Walk into a room of EliteMooks, swing for five seconds, and everything dies. The best part? One of the earlier clock abilities makes every. Single. Attack. A critical hit. It's easily in the same league as Judgement Triad.every single attack a CriticalHit.
28th Aug '17 12:46:26 PM Karxrida
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* PlayTheGameSkipTheStory: ''coded'' is pretty blatant {{filler}} with little bearing on the overall narrative, so it can be difficult to get invested into the story. However, the gameplay of the DS remake is pretty varied and much better than '358/2 Days'' (the previous ''Kingdom Hearts'' game on the DS) thanks to the improved battle mechanics, so you can still enjoy yourself playing it.

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* PlayTheGameSkipTheStory: ''coded'' is pretty blatant {{filler}} with little bearing on the overall narrative, so it can be difficult to get invested into the story. However, the gameplay of the DS remake is pretty varied and much better than '358/2 Days'' ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2 358/2 Days]]'' (the previous ''Kingdom Hearts'' game on the DS) thanks to the improved battle mechanics, so you can still enjoy yourself playing it.
28th Aug '17 12:45:29 PM Karxrida
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* PlayTheGameSkipTheStory: The ''coded'' is pretty blatant {{filler}} with little bearing on the overall narrative, so it can be difficult to get invested into the story. However, the gameplay of the DS remake is pretty varied and much better than '358/2 Days'' (the previous ''Kingdom Hearts'' game on the DS) thanks to the improved battle mechanics, so you can still enjoy yourself playing it.

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* PlayTheGameSkipTheStory: The ''coded'' is pretty blatant {{filler}} with little bearing on the overall narrative, so it can be difficult to get invested into the story. However, the gameplay of the DS remake is pretty varied and much better than '358/2 Days'' (the previous ''Kingdom Hearts'' game on the DS) thanks to the improved battle mechanics, so you can still enjoy yourself playing it.
28th Aug '17 12:45:05 PM Karxrida
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* EnjoyTheStorySkipTheGame: Like with ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2'', the cutscenes in the HD remasters [[InvokedTrope Invoke]] this, allowing one to view the story, but having no gameplay whatsoever. Whether or not that's a good thing, [[BrokenBase well...]]
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