With the long awaited Kingdom Hearts 3 almost about us, I was wondering how much the entertainment scene has changed since the first appearance of the series on the scene. In today's media, almost all franchises have begun to build their own vast universes, just as the hearts of the kingdom The franchise did it 17 years ago.
Tim and I talked about how the idea of creating giant cohesive universes feels very different today than in 2002. After all, Disney is now the owner Star Wars, Marvel, and even certain parts of Fox, and if Disney continues to gobble up everything in sight, we could see Darth Vader strangle Goofy or witness Shuri hook the gummy ship of Sora with a vibranium helmet.
Watch the video to listen to Tim and I talk about the hearts of the kingdom The franchise and why 90% of the fun with. hearts of the kingdom It is only swimming in everything. Here is an excerpt:
Pablo: It was such an innovative idea at that time. I like it Final Fantasy and Disney, "What a good couple!" You can see Goofy and Sephiroth in the same scene or whatever.
Tim: It was a good match for Final Fantasy amateurs They were like "Whoa, the games are real now!" The games are legitimate, is my favorite game franchise "worthy" of Disney? "He validated video games for a lot of people, it inspired huge amounts of fan fiction. fiction in the form of a video game.
Pablo: Yes, it was "real".
Tim: That became the cultural spirit of the superhero movies. As if Ordinance it was real? What is the mission statement behind almost all the superhero movies that have happened? Ordinance but with political situations of the real world in him. hearts of the kingdom I almost felt like a prototype of that. Like the Disney characters but with real characters of dark sorcerers … All the strange zippers and dark wizard characters of black-nib-cad fit with Disney because they are all so uniform. So you have something to catch your eyes in every scene.
Pablo: I'm a bit hesitant to even jump Kingdom Hearts 3 although I know that a part of it is specifically aimed at perfecting my nostalgia for when I was a teenager playing first in my room. But a part of me also wonders if I've forgotten too much about history or history, but 90% of that is just watching it happen on the screen. It's visual cotton candy.