I really hate to see that you have such a negative perspective about this game. I don't think I've seen you say anything positive about it in a while. It's a shame your view on it took such a hit.
I really hate that the game is like this, because it could have been so much better. And in simple, easily fixable ways, too. That said, I have posted about the things I like and left myself open to enjoying anything that's good which I haven't seen, or which is better than I expected, etc.
Instead of like FF system, they could keep the old KH system and have you be able to change them from the menu, however I think they wander around with you and just aren't traditional party members. We saw other toys walking around with Sora in the older Toy Story material right? Before they got to Galaxy Toys? So maybe they're allies like the FF characters in the Radiant Garden climax?
There are a lot of ways to do it and maybe it's still there in some form, but I'm going by what we have seen and what seems likely.
Whoâ€™s upset? But being self righteous isnâ€™t a cute quality to have. I never claimed you werenâ€™t welcome to express your opinion, in fact I even said you werenâ€™t at fault for it. What I said was that its ridiculous of you to try and act like youâ€™re representing the entire fan base.
Ok,but I'm not going to write "in my opinion" after everything I say just to get a seal of approval from you.
There's a difference though. Ariel was a necessity back then because she was the only character that could be a party member in Atlantica. With Frozen, there are alternatives.
No, the difference is in KH1 they figured out a way to give Ariel a combat role and make her awesome, and in KH3 they and/or Disney just make excuses.
As for BH6, that could be cool. But it's also a different approach that might not please every player (someone would surely want all members of the BH6 team on the field). You might be pleased with it, just as I'm completely fine with only Baymax. How can we decide when it's good enough and not half-baked?
We don't have to. incorporating all 6 of the main characters for the world is the bare minimum in terms of justifying its inclusion. How they do that would also be open to criticism, doesn't mean they shouldn't do it.
Also, Sora fears Elsa falling to darkness because, in KH terms, that means either turning evil or becoming a Heartless. Why wouldnâ€™t he want to prevent her from succumbing to that same fate he, Riku, and others have? It seems like a pretty natural reaction to me.
Y'all continue to miss the point. It's about the intention behind how women are written in this series and in particular KH3. The Disney girls gotta be PoH, and Pure Hearts can only be female. That's not a coincidence, that's a choice that Nomura et al made in terms of how to depict women in this story. Elsa can't be allowed to fall to darkness even though Riku did that and came out fine in the end. Yes, he struggled, but from the looks of it so is Elsa: why is it her LIGHT that has to be protected, why is it she couldn't learn to own her darkness just like Riku did? Again, that's a choice the writers made as part of a trend in how they frame women within the series. AtW gets trapped in the RoD and comes out just fine with such a degree of control over it that he can use the darkness to change his own appearance. Aqua gets trapped there and she becomes a victim to it and needs Riku or Sora (and definitely not Kairi!) to come get her out. That's a choice. Xion is a character who fought and fought to find her purpose while Roxas sat around and did fuck all and she found a way out from the fate others had in store for her and she took. Now it looks like she's probably stuck in the darkness too, waiting for the boys of the trio to come to her rescue, undermining her agency and her arc. That's a choice. At some point we have to look at the sum total of the choices they've made and start drawing conclusions about the message they send, even if it's not the message that's intended.
First of all, Marshmallow isn't a guest, he's am actual party member. He wouldn't be present for the portal battles if he was. Second, I was referring to Big Hero 6 in my post, expecting 6 optional party members with level progression to level 99 for just one world is delusional.
You seem to be forgetting that in KH exp is shared amongst the whole party, even if a member isn't out on the field. It's always been that way to my memory. Also Disney characters literally never start at level 1. Big Hero 6 is an endgame world so it stands to reason that the enemies should be difficult and give plenty of exp which would then keepe everybody at a similar level. It's not that anybody here is delusional, it's that you and Osaka apparently share the same lack of imagination in terms of how to design the world to accommodate an obvious feature that would improve its game play value considerably.