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3D actually remembers that Space Paranoids is a copy, and you go to the original system.
@Azure Paladin Can't speak for ultimatum, but I still unironically put 3D as the best KH game on par with 2.
I love 3D myself and am confounded by the hate for it.
I have never played Kingdom Hearts: dream drop distance so...I guess I'll be around to bury the bodies.
> I love 3D myself and am confounded by the hate for it.
jealousy,anger,darkness in their hearts
Oh man. Hacking Ansem's password is some of the dumbest shit in this franchise.
The password to the "Door to Darkness" system is the names of the seven Princesses of Heart in sequential order. And somehow they manage to get the correct order on like the first try. And the spacing and capitalization has no issues. And also Kairi is included despite the fact that Kairi hypothetically being a Princess of Heart was pure speculation on Fake Ansem's part, so it's unlikely that Real Ansem was actually aware of it.
And yet somehow her name is in the DTD system's unreasonably long password that no human being would ever use.
Edited by TobiasDrake on Mar 15th 2019 at 3:52:30 AM
I'm not a fan of 3D for butchering Hunchback of Notre Dame very badly, but otherwise I'm okay with it.
All bad games begin in balloons, and all so end. Dream Drop Distance is no different. Balloons sprouts within it, they grow, consume it. Such is their nature. In the end, every bad game returns to the balloons whence they came. You see, balloons are Dream Drop Distance's true essence.
Edited by Karxrida on Mar 15th 2019 at 2:54:44 AM
Oh yeah, that part was jarring even younger !
Like, there's seven,one time possibilites. I don't remember how you calculate how many permutations exists but with 7 it must be something like 50 at minimum ?
Edited by Yumil on Mar 15th 2019 at 10:59:23 AM
5040 is the maximum number of permutations.
But, hey, no sane or even the slightest bit intelligent person will ever be able to get inside! It's foolproof!
And that's without taking into consideration that they also might not be spaced out and punctuated the way you think they are. The password could be
This thing would take some tries to crack, is what I'm saying.
Edited by TobiasDrake on Mar 15th 2019 at 4:03:02 AM
Reminder that Sora is technically the one who guessed the password.
It's definitely not foolproof.
Sora is foolish,therefore it is proof of a fool
Hey, it is foolproof!
Proof that Ansem is a fool for trying such nonsense and Sora is a fool because nobody short of a fool would try such nonsense as though it would work!
Edited by fredhot16 on Mar 15th 2019 at 3:04:39 AM
I like how they get into it and the Master Control's like, "Oh, hey. The DTD is unlocked. Now I can blow up the town with the Town-Blows-Up-And-Everyone-Dies Protocol!"
And before Sora can even be like, "Why is that even a feature for a town defense system?!" Tron's just like, "Whoops, hold on a sec," and changes the password to SaltyDigitalBalls.exe. And Master Control's just like, "MOTHERGLITCHER".
Like, if he hadn't said anything and just surreptitiously seized control of the system, he totally would have won that. But Kingdom Hearts villains are Chatty Cathies, each and every one of them.
And then everybody turns into Franziska.
Ansem's insurance scam could have gone so wrong.
For one thing, Xehanort-terra stole his name so he wouldn't be able to claim it.
After all, what are the chances that Ansem still has his identification with him? Beneath the two belts he has on his head?
Edited by fredhot16 on Mar 15th 2019 at 3:16:59 AM
@5040 permutations thanks ! Now I remember the formula. it's n*n-1...*1.
n!, is the shorthand. Factorial. Anyway, are you reading the manga or something Tobias? I don't remember anything about the ice cream parlor or Xemnas talking to Saïx (I still honor the ümlaut, dammit) about Axel.
Organisation XIII! That would be quite an army...
where did the ümlaut in saix's name even come from. did saix get so deep into the org because the respected the ümlaut
The joke with the ice cream parlor is that when Saix rescued Kairi through a Dark Corridor, he led her to Twilight Town to keep her safe from Axel. But Twilight Town is Axel's relaxation spot. He goes there whenever he gets off time to hang out on the clock tower and eat sea salt ice cream. He introduced the practice to Xion and Roxas.
Well, technically, to Roxas. Roxas introduced it to Xion when Axel was missing, presumed dead following the Castle Oblivion fiasco. Point is, hanging out on the Twilight Town clock tower eating ice cream was Axel's thing first.
It's the equivalent of me trying to hide something from you by stashing it in your living room. Twilight Town is Axel's home away from home, and consequentially the worst possible place to put Kairi. It's no surprise Axel found her almost immediately afterwards.
A black cloak might also have helped, given that it shields people from Organization tracking. Saix did not provide her one. He is terrible at rescuing people.
Xemnas's conversation with Saix is a Final Mix added scene, I think.
Edited by TobiasDrake on Mar 15th 2019 at 8:11:04 AM
The story and graphics ARE awesome. It just seems that they focused too much on the story and cutscene graphics at the expense of gameplay.
Saix got the umlaut because his name was originally Isa (with an umlaut).
Where that umlaut came from, I have no clue.
Edited by AzurePaladin on Mar 15th 2019 at 10:34:59 AM
Riku was the one who led Kairi to Twilight Town. He shows up in the Dark Corridor. Saïx would have just straight-up kidnapped her.
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