Kingdom Hearts 3: Every Disney World Ranked From Worst To Best
Expectations were high for Monstropolis, considering the easy potential of realising Monsters, Inc. within a video game.
Sadly Monstropolis peaks immediately with the hilarious monster-fied designs of Sora, Donald and Goofy, and what follows is for the most part intensely low-effort.
Despite the charming presence of Mike, Sully and Boo, the majority of the world simply sees the player running through a series of cut-and-paste industrial corridors and hallways.
This is occasionally interrupted by a literally on-rails segment in the door warehouse, but without the ability to even enter most of the doors and explore, it just feels totally hollow.
It takes a special kind of effort to have an inspired and visually remarkable film like Monsters, Inc. and make it so bloody dull in video game form. Nothing in Kingdom Hearts III was more of a let-down than this.
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