You’ll find yourself instantly knowing which world you’re in when you hear its theme tune. Like everything else, each world’s theme is unique and pure Disney in every possible way. It’s an utter joy to listen to. There can be the odd moment when the music gets a little too repetitive, but thankfully each world is unique enough that these moments come and go fast. On top of that, the vocal performances across the board are just wonderful.
Every single world is an absolute delight to behold. It’s hard to summarise the visuals when each world has its own distinct style, but when comparing it to the films, Square Enix nails the look for all of them. There are only a few moments where you can tell that the developer is limited by hardware, but for the most part, you can’t help but admire how incredible each world looks.
The controls are as straightforward as straightforward can be. Sometimes the phrase “if it ain't broke don't fix it” goes a long way when it comes to the game mechanics and Kingdom Hearts simply improves upon what has already been proven to work.
Kingdom Hearts 3 not only gives players a brilliant experience with each of its worlds, but also has so much to offer in the form of mini-games and challenges that you can come back to whenever you fancy. Even after completing each world, you can just come back to wander around each of ‘em and just enjoy being thrown into a Disney movie.
Along with your standard achievements for completing each world, there’s also a selection of achievements that encourage you to go out, explore the worlds more and get involved with all the other activities that they have to offer. They’re things that are enjoyable to complete rather than making you feel like you have to put in extra work for something minuscule.