• just_another_person@lemmy.world
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    1 month ago

    I never played this game, but remember it being a huge deal. Is it a game geared towards kids and fans of Disney, or an objectively good game?

    • MermaidsGarden@lemmy.world
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      1 month ago

      The first two games are classics of the PS2 era. If the idea of a Disney / Final Fantasy crossover full of ridiculous anime bullshit doesn’t appeal to you, you probably won’t have a good time.

    • Rose Thorne@lemm.ee
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      1 month ago

      The story is trope-y as all hell, but it definitely aims at hitting the “all ages” market, and doesn’t shy away from stepping into some heavier territory, though it’s handled in a way that kids get the “this is bad” message. Very much relies on “the power of friendship beats anything” framework.

      The gameplay is fairly fun, but definitely play the updated versions. The original controls feel clunky compared to modern games.

      Getting the entire story to this point involves sitting through a few “movies”(cutscenes stitched together, but officially done), as some of the games haven’t been remastered and are still locked to old hardware, or in the case of one game, was being taken offline.

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    1 month ago

    This excited me, until I saw all the reviews about crashes. Hope that gets fixed.

  • Confetti Camouflage@pawb.social
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    1 month ago

    Damn after 2 years had passed from the release on Epic Games I thought they just weren’t going to bring it to Steam at all so I went to the high seas.