Kingdom Hearts 3: 8 Ups & 4 Downs

The final chapter of the Xehanort Saga put under the microscope.


Kingdom Hearts 3 has finally been in our hands for a good amount of time now, which means hardcore fans have had the time to really give their opinion on the game.

For something that so many fans have been waiting so long for, it's fair to say that Kingdom Hearts 3 has had a lot of expectations put upon it.

After all, it's been 13 years since Kingdom Hearts 2 released, and the possibilities for Disney worlds have only got bigger.

Combine this with the evolution of the Kingdom Hearts story, and you've got a game that really has a lot to do. You're not only finishing a whole saga's worth of story and background, you're setting up for the future of the series and trying to live up to a decade of hype.

Put simply, this is a game for fans.

Although the game has seemingly divided the Kingdom Hearts community on the story, the general agreement is that the game can be great fun.

There's much more to it than that though, as Kingdom Hearts 3 is a dense game that is full of things to do and look at.

Let's dive right in and get the bad news out of the way first.


Jumping through portals, swinging through cities, destroying beings made of darkness and occasionally shooting a gun or two. I also write about games.