Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep -A Fragmentary Passage-

Ahh, finally! It’s been a long while but with this game I’ve arrived at a Kingdom Hearts game that I’ve not played before. Kingdom Hearts III really isn’t far off now. We’re in the home stretch. Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth By Sleep -A Fragmentary Passage- (PS4 [reviewed], Xbox One) Released Jan 2017 | Developed / … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep -A Fragmentary Passage-

Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance

Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance is something the series has needed for so, so long. A sequel! An actual, honest-to-goodness sequel designed specifically to lead into Kingdom Hearts III! The madmen at Square-Enix finally did it! Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance (3DS, PS4 [reviewed], Xbox One) Released Mar 2012 | Developed / Published: Square Enix … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance

Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep

If there’s one thing the labyrinthine lore of Kingdom Hearts needed, it’s a prequel. Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (PS3, PS4 [reviewed], PSP, Xbox One) Released Jan 2010 | Developed / Published: Square-Enix 10 years before Kingdom Hearts we join Terra, Ventus, and Aqua, three young students of the venerable Keyblade Master Eraqus. Terra and … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep

Abzu

Some games ask deep and meaningful questions about their players. Questions like “How much control do players have?”, and “Is the violence we express in games merely a symptom of our own, inherently cruel human condition?” Abzu shames all of these petty inquiries. Instead, it asks a truly monumental question of us as players. “What … Continue reading Abzu