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Free PS Plus Games for January 2018 Revealed

Free PS Plus Games for January 2018 Revealed

It’s official, the New Year is upon us which means not only fleeting resolutions but a whole new set of PS Plus games to ring in 2018. This new set of video game holiday presents brought to you by the good folks at Sony, offers a nice variety of Triple-A titles that are sure to please subscribers of the service.

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The headline of this month’s PS Plus games is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. This game puts you back into the shoes of Adam Jensen in a dystopian cyberpunk noir adventure. It’s cyborgs against humans with our protagonist caught in the middle trying to keep a civil war from erupting in Prague. Play however you want, whether that be stealthily knocking out enemies or use heavy firepower to shoot your way through the threat.

PS Plus subscribers also get Batman: The Telltale Series through the month of January. The first season of the latest Telltale series puts you behind the mask of the caped crusader as he struggles to maintain the balance between everyday Bruce Wayne and the Dark Knight. Almost every decision you make through the guided story will affect the relationships that develop both in and out of the costume. Starting January 2nd players can pick up both of these games through their PlayStation Plus accounts.

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PlayStation VR owners will be able to get ‘StarBlood Arena’ to play with Sony’s consumer-level headset. And ‘That’s You!’ for PlayLink will continue to be available for free. For the remaining PlayStation Vita owners of the world, there’s Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, a game based in the same universe as the anime of the same name, Psycho-Pass. Finally, those on PlayStation 3 can grab Sacred 3.

Don’t forget to check back next month with GigamaxGames.com for a full list of February’s games! For a quick list of this month’s PS Plus gems check out the information below:

Full List of January PS Plus Games

PS4

  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (PS4)
  • Batman: The Telltale Series (PS4)
  • StarBlood Arena (PS Plus bonus – PS VR required)
  • That’s You! (PS Plus bonus – PlayLink)

PS3

  • Sacred 3 (PS3)
  • Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PS3)

PS Vita

  • Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness (PS Vita)
  • Uncanny Valley (PS Vita & PS4)
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Best Black Friday Gaming Deals You Can’t Miss

These are the best Black Friday Gaming Deals out there. Whether in-store or online, these are the most popular games and consoles at the lowest prices. Find only the cheapest games, consoles and gaming accessories this holiday season. There were so many spectacular games released this year, countless adventures to go on, and now is the time to catch up on some of the titles that shook the industry in 2017. 

The bottom section has the top deals for the latest games for PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch!

PlayStation 4

Find exclusive PlayStation Black Friday deals with the list below.

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PS4 Pro (GameStop): $349.99

PS4 Slim 1TB (Amazon): $199

PlayStation Virtual Reality Bundle (Amazon, Dell, GameStop, Newegg, Walmart): $299.99
-Includes Virtual Reality headset, Gran Turismo Sport, PlayStation Camera.

DuelShock 4 controller (Crystal – GameStop, Blue Crystal – Walmart, Red Crystal – Best Buy): $39.99

Xbox One

This list focuses on Xbox console and exclusive Xbox One game deals.

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Xbox One S 1TB Assassin’s Creed Bundle (Amazon): $299.99

Xbox One S 500GB with Madden 18 (Amazon): $249

PUBG (Amazon): $29.99

Resident Evil 7 (Amazon): $29.89

 

Nintendo Switch

Unfortunately, there haven’t been any major deals listed for the Nintendo Switch. Finding one in stock challenging enough but it doesn’t seem as though Nintendo is willing to cut the price of their market breaking console just yet.

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There is one deal for the Nintendo Switch Neon console: $299.99

Below are some deals that would make great additions to any current Nintendo Switch owner’s setup.

powerA Joy-Con Charging Dock for Nintendo Switch: $19.99

Dragonball Xenoverse 2 (Best Buy): $19.99

Lego Worlds (Target): $19.99

Mario + Rabbids Battle Kingdom (Walmart): $29

Black Friday Deals for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC

Beleive it or not, some of these games are over 50% off! These are AAA hits and their prices are plummeting, there might not be another chance to get these titles at these prices. Some of these links aren’t updated for their Black Friday deals just yet so be sure to wait. However, don’t wait too long, that “Out of Stock” text can really put a damper on a happy day of savings.

Call of Duty: WWII (Best Buy): $39.99 

Destiny 2 (GameStop): $27.99

The Evil Within 2 (Best Buy): $24.99

Injustice 2 (GameStop): $14

FIFA 18 (GameStop): $27.99

Madden NFL 18 (GameStop): $27.99

Prey (GameStop): $19.99

Final Fantasy 15 (Target): $15

Horizon Zero Dawn – PS4 Exclusive – (Best Buy): $19.99

Middle-earth: Shadow of War (GameStop): $25

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus (Best Buy) $24.99

Sources:

http://www.gamesradar.com/black-friday-the-best-gaming-deals/

http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/11/21/best-black-friday-2017-deals

https://www.polygon.com/2017/11/21/16681106/black-friday-ps4-playstation-pro-psvr

https://www.polygon.com/2017/11/21/16681608/best-black-friday-nintendo-deals-2017

vg247.com/2017/11/21/amazon-black-friday-deals-2017-all-the-cheapest-gaming-bargains-in-the-us-and-uk/

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Clear Your Weekend Plans: 10/27 Game Releases

Video Game Releases: Friday, October 27th, 2017

This Friday has a lot in store for gamers. A host of new games will be hitting the market all at once! This may be a problem for wallets around the world, but for those eager to start a new adventure, it’s truly a treat. With such an incredible week of gaming, let’s take a look at the highly anticipated titles releasing just in time for the weekend.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins – PS4, Xbox One, PC

The Assassin’s Creed franchise is known for its inconsistency. One game will come out and blow audiences away and then the next game will be a complete blunder. Assassins Creed 2 and 3 come to mind or Black Flag and Unity. However, this time around, it looks like Ubisoft is heading in the right direction, finally allowing players to experience ancient Egypt. Players will be leaders of the Assassin’s Brotherhood, tasked with uncovering lost tombs and exploring the pyramids. Ubisoft took a different direction with this title, embracing a new RPG style which fits perfectly with the expansive open world.

IGN Get’s Hands-On with Assassin’s Creed: Origins

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – PS4, Xbox One, PC

This franchise has been around for decades and gamers are ecstatic the eleventh installment is nearing release. It will be a sequel to the 2014 game, Wolfenstein: The New Order. Taking a lot of the gameplay style from The New Order but of course, the developers have a lot more to work with in terms of gaming technology. The environments and some elements of the core game will be entirely different. This will truly be a treat for any Wolfenstein fan but has also appealed to newcomers of the series as well. It’ll be interesting to see how this classic franchise fairs in this interesting new gaming market the world currently embracing.

Inside Look Into Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Super Mario Odyssey  – Nintendo Switch

Hardcore Nintendo fans probably don’t need to read this brief description of Super Mario Odyssey. People have been shaking from anticipation to get their hands on this completely unique Mario game. Exploring 3D kingdoms with incredibly diverse environments, this will undoubtedly be unlike any Mario game Nintendo has ever released. Sure there have been 3D worlds with Mario before but nothing to this magnitude and fans cannot wait for a chance to play. 

Take A Look At 7 Minutes of Super Mario Odyssey Gameplay From IGN

Don’t fret, if you won’t be picking all of them up, the Gigamax crew has you covered. This upcoming week Gigamax will be taking a look and offering a preview into each of the new titles. Friday is going to be a busy day for gamers across the country and that’s not a bad thing.

What game are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments!

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Playstation E3: Spiderman PS4 Trailer

Does Whatever A Spiderman Does

I firmly believe that Sony could have walked on stage, shown off the new Spiderman trailer, dropped the mic and walked out. Everyone knew that this game was going to be a treat but no one thought it was going to be as cool as that trailer looked. Not only did the web slinger move and crack jokes like we’d expect him too but he also has the entirety of New York at his disposal. Unfortunately no hard release date was announced but hopefully we’ll be able to spend a gross amount of time much time with this game in the near future. If you missed the trailer, definitely check it out below and let us know what you think!

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The Gigamax E3 Press Conference 2017 Schedule

The Gigamax E3 Press Conference 2017 Schedule

E3 is right around the corner and the event can be extremely difficult to keep up with if you don’t have a proper list of the various press conferences. While E3 may have changed a bit over the past couple of years, it’s still the single most important event in the gaming industry.

If you’re trying to plan out your E3 viewing before the event comes around, you can use our informative guide to find when all of the biggest conferences are happening. Don’t worry if this is your first E3, with a little help you’ll see everything you want to!

Saturday June 10th

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EA Play – 12pm Pacific, 3pm Eastern, 8pm BST, 9pm CEST

EA is starting E3 off with a bang with its EA Play event. This includes their famous press conference where they are sure to announce a ton of new games. News of Star Wars Battlefront 2 and more EA Sports are sure to take the forefront though. Bioware is also expected to announce a new IP and maybe we’ll hear some news on the next Mass Effect!

Sunday June 11th

Xbox / Microsoft – 2pm Pacific, 5pm Eastern, 10pm BST, 11pm CEST

The first big hardware/software developer to take the stage is Microsoft. Expect the Scorpio to be the focus of this press conference. We are pumped to see what this console actually is and if it’s truly as powerful as the tech company claims. Hopefully the company shows up with a little more than the new console (maybe some Halo news?) but until then we can only cross our fingers.

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Bethesda – 9pm Pacific, 12am Eastern, 5am GMT

Bethesda held their first E3 press conference last year and knocked it out of the park. This year the developer is coming back to the stage to discuss their plans for 2017/2018. Hopefully we’ll hear plenty of new Elder Scrolls new especially with their recent release of the ESO expansion, Morrowind.

Monday June 12th

The PC Gaming Show – 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern, 6pm GMT

Intel is partnering up with PC gamer to show people what to expect for the best way to experience games. Typically this conference isn’t filled with big announcements, but make sure to keep your eye on the event if you’re big into PC gaming.

Ubisoft – 1pm Pacific, 4pm Eastern, 9pm BST, 10pm CEST

Another year and another uncomfortable yet informative Ubisoft conference. Ubisoft was late to announce their attendance but we have a good idea on what will be featured. Definitely expect more on Assassin’s Creed: Empire, The Crew 2, Far Cry 5, and South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

PlayStation / Sony – 6pm Pacific, 9pm Eastern, 2am BST, 3am CEST

Playstation is sure to impress as they do every year but this time they need to keep up with the Xbox Scorpio announcement. Tons of new IP’s are sure to be announced and we’re excited to hear more about the new God of War. It may be a bit of a stretch, but any information we can get on the new Kingdom Hearts 3 and Final Fantasy 7 remake would be amazing. We may be biased but this is always our favorite press conference!

Tuesday June 13th

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Nintendo Spotlight: E3 2017 – 9am Pacific, 12pm Eastern, 5pm BST, 6pm CEST

Nintendo is foregoing the typical press conference yet again. This isn’t a surprise though as they haven’t had a traditional event in years. Nintendo will be holding a unique show called “Nintendo Spotlight” which will be live streamed just like a Nintendo Direct. This year the company is sure to discuss their plans for the Switch and show more gameplay of the upcoming Mario game, Super Mario Odyssey.

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Forge Reply Announces Theseus for PSVR

Forge Reply Announces Theseus for PSVR

The independent studio, Forge Reply just announced that they will be releasing a new PSVR game this summer. The small studio is taking a cinematic approach to VR in their upcoming game, Theseus. This game is built completely for virtual reality, Forge Reply is building a new action adventure game that will make the player feel completely immersed in this new and amazing world.

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A Modern Take on The Classics

Theseus is a new and modern take on the classic Minotaur and the Labyrinth myth from ancient Greece. To introduce the game Forge Reply has released an announcement trailer that gives players an intense look into what their game is all about. Check out the reveal trailer below to get a good look into what this upcoming virtual reality experience is all about.

In Theseus, the player wakes up alone in a new and terrifying location with only the voice of a mysterious woman to guide them. The protagonist will wander the halls and alleys of the ancient Labyrinth looking for a way out or meet their demise in the giant maze. Unfortunately they are not alone in the stone hallways, the Minotaur is there and not terribly happy that someone has invaded his home.

Independently Developed

This new independently developed virtual reality game looks like an intense experience and we can’t wait to get our hands on it. It’s great to see the new and exciting ways developers are approaching the VR medium. With PSVR being the first consumer level experience for this tech, it is a smart move for Forge Reply to make it the first system to receive Theseus. Expect a lot more information as we get closer to the release date along with gameplay videos to get an even better look into the game. Make sure to keep checking back with Gigamax for more on this interesting VR game!

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The Invisible Hours to be at Festival de Cannes 2017

The Invisible Hours to be at Festival de Cannes 2017

The Invisible Hours is a new complex murder mystery recently announced by the indie developer, Tequila Works. Designed specifically for VR, players will have to solve a crime in a world they are totally immersed in. A recent press release from Tequila Works officially announced that the game will be present at NEXT during Festival de Cannes 2017.

NEXT is focused on innovations in VR technology this year, specifically focused on how the medium impacts a narrative and storytelling. The Invisible Hours will be at the innovation hub from May 17th through May 21st at Palais 1, Aisle 14.

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An Intricate Web of Interwoven Stories

The Invisible Hours leads players through a “intricate web of interwoven stories” inside a vast mansion that contains an unnerving truth. On their website, Tequila Works boasts that the game is “one of the deepest narrative experiences in VR to date.”  The game contains seven characters that move and exist in the world even if they are not in the player’s line of sight. This means that there are seven intersecting stories that the detective must be concerned about at the same time. The player must consider these seven stories carefully and be at the right place at the right time in order to solve the mystery.

Thankfully for the player the protagonist is invisible (see what they did there) to the seven suspects. This gives investigators complete freedom to observe the character and explore the mansion at their own pace. Tequila Works says that “The game is a gripping mystery, and to find all of its deepest secrets will require careful observation and exploration.”

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Big Names Featured

Another piece of exciting news is that the game features a star studded cast of characters from across film, theatre and television. Some of the people behind the game include director Rob Yescombe (Farpoint), and starring Mark Arnold (Desperate Housewives), Katherine Carlton (Downton Abbey), Uriel Emil (Homeland), Grahame Fox (Game of Thrones), Bentley Kalu (Marvel’s The Avengers), Patrick McNamee (Inspector George Gently), Henning Valin (The Killing) and Fiona Rene (Sinister Squad).

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The game is going to come out this year and will be available for Oculus Rift, PSVR, and HTC Vive. If you’d like to see more information on the game you can check out Tequila Works website. We here at Gigamax Games are pumped about this upcoming release. Anything involving VR is unique and hopefully this game will be truly innovative. Don’t forget to keep checking back on GigamaxGames.com for more information on The Invisible Hours as it becomes available.

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy New Screenshots Revealed

New Uncharted DLC Details

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was a fantastic entry to this classic series, unfortunately the developer was clear that it was the last game to contain the protagonist Nathan Drake. Many believed that this meant the end for the Uncharted series as a whole,  but now Naughty Dog is hyping up fans for brand new story DLC named Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

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The upcoming DLC is centered around some familiar faces and it should be exciting. One being the bad guys turned good, Chole Frazer and the antagonist from the base game, Nadine Ross make an appearance. These two characters are the focal point of the new screenshots that have been released this weekend.

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On Saturday, the creative director for the game,  Shaun Escayg, tweeted out a screenshot and two pieces of character art, which can be found throughout this article. The screenshot is of Chole, whom players will be taking control of is holding what appears to be the ancient Indian artifact she is tasked with keeping away from the war profiteer Asav (pictured below). To help complete this task, Chole enlists the aid of Nadine making clever use of her mercenary allies.

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The Experience

The Lost Legacy takes place after the events of A Thief’s End and will conclude Naughty Dogs work on the series for the time being. The DLC was only recently announced via an 8 minute video at Playstation Experience 2016 and many details are still being kept under lock and key until the studio is ready to discuss them further.

Hopefully we’ll be able to get our hands on this DLC soon, but for the time being we can only sit and wait for more content to be released.  Don’t forget to stop by Gigamax for plenty of Let’s Play videos when the game becomes available. Remember to keep checking back with Gigamax Games for all the latest in gaming news and reviews!

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PlayStation 4 Update 4.50 Available Now

PlayStation 4 Update – 4.50

The highly anticipated PlayStation 4 update 4.50 was released yesterday adding an array of new features to the system. This patch was previously announced under the codename “SASUKE” although many fans knew the details due to an error on the Chinese Playstation Blog. A leak had also appeared on Reddit, suggesting that the PlayStation 4 update would arrive March 7th.

Many of the changes to the UI are barely noticeable with very little done to how the system looks. Most of the major updates come in the form of new customization updates. The patch offers users the ability to upload custom backgrounds with screenshots they’ve taken. Also available is the addition of external hard drive support. Sony has been behind Microsoft and Nintendo in regard to external HD support. Looking to rectify this problem, the PlayStation 4 will now accepts outside storage of up to 8 terabytes.

While most the changes were either to the benefit of the console or inconsequential, one change has seemingly irked the entire fanbase. The notifications tab is no longer separated into easy to operate categories. Now it’s mashed together into one long and untidy list. Many other changes deal with PS4 Pro support and add more accessibility options for owners of the elite system. For a full list of the changes check out the list below.

Main Features In The Latest PlayStation 4 Update

1. You can now use a USB storage device to install applications, or move applications from your PS4’s system storage. The following USB storage devices can be used. Select(Settings) > [Devices] > [USB Storage Devices], select the connected USB storage device, and then format it for use as extended storage.

2. The quick menu is now more user friendly. Creating, joining, and other party features are even easier to access.

3. (Notifications) has been redesigned. All notifications now appear in a single list.

4. When using Remote Play on a Windows® PC, Mac, Xperia™ Smartphone, or Xperia™ Tablet, you can now use your device’s microphone for voice chat in games or in parties.

5. You can now use screenshots to customize the background of your home screen and function screen. Select(Settings) > [Themes] > [Select Theme] > [Custom].

6. You can now post screenshots directly to activities, such as those shown in [What’s New]. Press the SHARE button, select [Screenshot], and then select [Activities] as the upload destination. Also, you can now tag games and fellow players.

7. You can now post animated GIFs to activities and social applications.

8. Your status is now visible as (Mobile) when you sign in to an application such as (PlayStation App), even when you are away from your PS4 system. This means you are available to communicate with Friends.

9. You can now make a party public or private even after the party has been created. Select (Party) > [Party Settings] > [Party Privacy].

10. PlayStation VR now supports Blu-ray 3D™ content.

Other Features In Version 4.50

1. The PS4 system you use to sign in to PlayStation Network for the first time is now automatically activated as your primary PS4 system.

2. As a parent or guardian, you can now easily create sub accounts for your children when creating your master account.

3. You can now upload or download saved data right from the home screen. Press the OPTIONS button, and then select [Upload/Download Saved Data].

4. You now have the option to share screenshots on PlayStation Network. When sharing, you can also adjust privacy settings.

5. You can now launch ‘SHAREfactory’ right from Capture Gallery. Press the OPTIONS button while viewing Capture Gallery, and then select [Edit in SHAREfactory].

6. You can now change the color of your profile screen to match the cover image. On your profile screen, select (Options) > [Change Cover Image] > [Change Background Color].

7. When reporting inappropriate content, you can now preview your report before sending.
The design of (PS4 Remote Play) for Xperia™ has been updated.

8. When you receive a party invitation, you can now respond from (Messages) or (PS Messages) with a quick reply.

9. Your profile screen cover image on your PS4 system is now displayed in (PS Messages).

10. Cinematic mode image quality on PlayStation VR has been improved.

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Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Review

Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue

It’s been 12 years since the last core Kingdom Hearts game. Finally, Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue feels like the last stepping stone before the third entry. 2.8 is another uprezzed collection much like Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and 2.5 but misses out on not including a game from the main series. This time around players are given Dream Drop Distance (the 3DS game), Birth By Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage (a short section from the PSP game), and a collection of cutscenes from the mobile title Unchained x. While there is plenty of content, it is nowhere near as substantial as the prior remasters but manages to remain fun with what is delivered.

Developer Square Enix put a lot of work into making the old 3DS title, Dream Drop Distance work on the PS4. Playing the game feels way more comfortable on a Dualshock controller then it did on the clunky 3DS gamepad. The combat flow feels smoother and getting invested in the worlds is easier when you can see everything that’s going on. That being said, this is still an apparent 3DS port. Touch and motion controls were a big part of the title and they don’t always translate well to the PlayStation. The game also plays differently than a core Kingdom Hearts so newcomers beware,this is not a traditional Kingdom Hearts experience.

Sora and Riku: Dynamic Duo

Dream Drop Distance relies on a gimmick that has the player switch between controlling Sora and Riku. A drop meter is added underneath the health bar and when the automated timer runs out the player is forced to switch to whichever character they were not using. Seeing the two heroes stories develop simultaneously is entertaining, but the invasive drop system ruins the experience. Once the drop timer runs out, no matter where you are or what enemy is being fought the game force switches your character. I had too many instances of long boss encounters having to be restarted because of this new system. Also gone is the traditional buddy system. Sora no longer fights alongside famous Disney characters. New to the series is the spirit partner system that has players create pets based on the enemies you fight. Using these new partners, our heroes are able to utilize spirit link attacks that let Riku fuse and Sora combo attack with their respective monsters. These new abilities are fun to use but only add to the chaos of the combat system which sometimes feels a little too hectic.

Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth By Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage

The next entry available to players is “Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth By Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage.” This snippet of the PSP game Birth By Sleep has been completely remastered in the Unreal 4 engine. The new style is a first glimpse into what Kingdom Hearts 3 is going to look and play like. The combat is fast and fluid and the story gives a good impression of what’s going on in the events right before the third core game. Aqua is an awesome hero and the new option to customize your character’s appearance is an entertaining distraction. The only downside to this experience is that it is not terribly long. I managed to complete 0.2 in 2 hours 45 minutes on normal difficulty, albeit without finding a ton of the secrets that the game has hidden. This small section of gameplay leaves you wanting so much more, but unfortunately that is still a ways off.

Overall Kingdom Hearts 2.8 is a welcomed addition to the series, but at the end of the experience it only leaves a desire to play the main games. This title is a treat for fans who need something to tide them over while waiting for Kingdom Hearts 3. Newcomers to the series will be left confused and should wait for the re releases of 1.5 and 2.5 on the current gen consoles before sinking money into 2.8. If you’d like a look into what the game looks and plays like, we have a Let’s Play at the bottom of the article that will give more insight into the game.

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