In the first game, you seal all the keyholes, beat Ansem, the end, right? In KH2, you seal more keyholes and defeat more heartless, why? Weren't the keyholes sealed and the heartless beaten?
Note: please try not to spoil anything, because I haven't finished KH1 yet. If you have played Kingdom Hearts 1 before then you should know that the camera isn't the best. It isn't terrible, but ...
To start, I have to say, this is by far the most confusing plot I have ever experienced. I have played all the other KH games and understood everything just fine, with perhaps a few question marks ...
Does this happen at the end of Birth By Sleep? Or is this something that is going to be explained in KH:3D?
At the end of Kingdom Hearts 1, Sora & company find themselves in a large, open grassy field. This eventually leads them to finding Castle Oblivion for CoM, but where is that grassy area actually? ...
I love KH, but as has been pointed out before, it adds a lot of lore to it. The video linked in the article seemed to know more about the Keyblade War than I thought was known. The only thing I know ...
I recently started playing the Kingdom Hearts series (for the first time - I realise this is a little delayed) and am kind of confused at the sheer number of games there are and the amount of ...