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Kojima should sue Nomura.



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Aucune Raison

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Both Kingdom Hearts' and Metal Gear Solid's second game had vastly more complex plots than the first (and made the series as a whole more convoluted).

Both are named after an object of great power which is constantly being fought over, and usually comes into play at the middle/end of each game.

Both series have a western-style gunman (with a gruff voice) who at first seems to have little bearing on the plot, but later is revealed to be pulling a lot of the strings. He appears in the prequel as his younger self, and fights that game's protagonist.

Both have a brown-haired main protagonist who is clueless about what's happening around him, and is manipulated into doing the bidding of those who want power.

Both introduce a blond-haired prettyboy protagonist in the second game.

Both have a prequel starring the primary antagonist of the series, who turns from good to evil in a dark sequence of events.

Both (will) have a final game which wraps up the series and explains any plot holes of the previous games.
 

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I really hope that KH3 won´t be like MGS4 I really doesn´t liked the plot of the last game.
 
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Both Kingdom Hearts' and Metal Gear Solid's second game had vastly more complex plots than the first (and made the series as a whole more convoluted).

Both are named after an object of great power which is constantly being fought over, and usually comes into play at the middle/end of each game.

Both series have a western-style gunman (with a gruff voice) who at first seems to have little bearing on the plot, but later is revealed to be pulling a lot of the strings. He appears in the prequel as his younger self, and fights that game's protagonist.

Both have a brown-haired main protagonist who is clueless about what's happening around him, and is manipulated into doing the bidding of those who want power.

Both introduce a blond-haired prettyboy protagonist in the second game.

Both have a prequel starring the primary antagonist of the series, who turns from good to evil in a dark sequence of events.

Both (will) have a final game which wraps up the series and explains any plot holes of the previous games.
Thing is, Terra never actually turns bad. MX is bad. MX posses Terra's body, yes. But Terra is still good.

And it isn't like Kojima came up with those things.

Does Xigbar have a "gruff" voice? He sounds like a surfer...
 
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Both series have a western-style gunman (with a gruff voice) who at first seems to have little bearing on the plot, but later is revealed to be pulling a lot of the strings. He appears in the prequel as his younger self, and fights that game's protagonist.

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Sue him! For the Patriots!
 

memoire.mx

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i would like to battle sora in MG REX agianst Xehanort Ultimate WoD :D would be eipc
 
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Zulkir

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These are both Japanese game designers right? They'll have similar elements in their games.

Porcelain pretty-boy protagonists.

Most of MGS was western-ish though, a gruff-bearded protagonist.(But they had to put Raiden in there.)
 
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