Determined to rescue Kairi, Sora travels to the Keyblade Graveyard a short time before the final battle was to take place. Lacking a corporeal form, he traces the hearts of the seven guardians of light. Through experiencing their personal battles firsthand, Sora is about to discover truths that he has never before imagined.
KINGDOM HEARTS III Re Mind includes:
Additional story: Re Mind
Limitcut episode and 13 boss battles
Secret episode and boss battle
Data greeting feature
Premium menu (Diverse difficulty settings and gameplay challenges)
Requires Kingdom Hearts III base game to play
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Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind is rated
3.6 out of
Rated 3 out of
Nice story. Overpriced.Not worth $30. Nice story addition but not enough content to justify costing half of a new game's price just for a slightly different ending and some boss fights. Data greeting was fun I guess but did nothing to add to the value of the DLC
Date published: 2020-02-13
Rated 4 out of
Something for everyoneThis DLC has a little something for everyone. It provides a more satisfying ending to the story, it has the fast pass mode for people who get stuck along the way, the black code mode for interesting challenge runs, the data greeting for more creative types, and finally, a gauntlet of superbosses with the limit cut episode. What holds this dlc back from being 5 stars for me, is that the first half of the Re:Mind section is basically just a rehash of the Keyblade graveyard section of the game, and while the new playable characters makes this section more interesting and challenging, small quality of life improvements like being able to move around the new characters’ quick select menus and items are not there.
Date published: 2020-02-13
Rated 5 out of
EhNot worth 30 for few new scenes and same ole battes.
Date published: 2020-01-25
Rated 1 out of
Absolutely ripoffCharging $30 for this DLC is straight up ripping off loyal fans. The new Re:Mind story only takes about four hours to finish, which is disappointing for a $30 product, but much worse is that about two and a half hours of that is retreading the final scenes from the main game with minimal tweaks. The most notable difference is the ability to play certain fights as other characters, which is nice enough but disappointing to hear you get to play other characters and then learn it's for a single fight.
The new area to explore is a grand total of one new map, which is fairly large for a single map area but is rather bland and can easily be traversed in about a minute due to the flowmotion mechanic. There's a few chests to find but nothing all that cool, no new enemies, no NPCs to interact with.
The absolute best this DLC has to offer are the new super bosses, which not everyone who plays Kingdom Hearts is interested in. There's fourteen in total, and they are indeed quite the challenge. If this DLC cost $10 I'd still be disappointed because of the abysmal treatment we got in the story part of it, but I'd consider it worth the money for the super bosses. But $30 is a ludicrous price for some bosses.
All in all this feels like exploitation, and as an avid Kingdom Hearts fan who has played every game, most multiple times, I thoroughly regret buying this.