“A Letter That Spells Endings” – PART 53 – Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix
Zee? Oh, sorry, zed? No? It’s chi? I mean… kye? Or is it key? MY BRAIN HURTS.
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00:06 Deep Space
02:25 World Map
02:33 Never Land
13:11 World Map
13:58 The Badlands
17:37 World Map
17:45 The Land of Departure
23:10 Destiny Islands
27:58 World Map
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Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep is an action role-playing video game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation Portable, serving as the sixth installment in the Kingdom Hearts series. The game utilizes an overhauled battle system different from previous games in the series with new elements. It is a prequel to the original Kingdom Hearts, taking place ten years before. The game centers on the journeys of Terra, Aqua and Ventus, characters briefly featured in Kingdom Hearts II in their quest to locate the missing Master Xehanort, and protect the worlds from creatures known as the Unversed. The player has access to the three characters’ different scenarios when playing.
In early 2010, Nomura was asked in an interview if Square Enix would release an international Final Mix of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, to which he replied he would like to, as he enjoyed the work from the English voice casting done in the previous games. However, he stated that one of the main reasons for the popularity of the Final Mix version of Kingdom Hearts II was because it was released alongside the PlayStation 2 remake of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, so he and the staff would think on it more. In September 2010, Square Enix announced that Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix would be released on January 20, 2011 in Japan. Final Mix was released for the first time outside Japan as part of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix.
“Dearly Beloved” remix by GlitchxCity
May 1, 2021 @ 4:35 pm
So to clear up some confusion; The scene where Xehanort and Eraqus have a falling out was years prior to the game. Before Ventus became Xehanort’s original apprentice when he was trying to find a method to forge the X-Blade. The reason why Eraqus, knowing what happened before (and still scarred by the events of the game’s opening hours), invited Xehanort to watch the Mark of Mastery exam is because he thought Xehanort had turned over a new leaf by that time.
In one of the Xehanort Reports, there’s a letter written by Xehanort to Eraqus apologizing for what had happened back then and expressed a desire to make amends. Of course, we know that’s a big-ass lie and he just wanted an opportunity to bodysnatch Terra after taking just one look at him when he brought Ventus over to leave him in Eraqus’ care. Unfortunately, Eraqus was too trusting because he always thought of Xehanort as a brother to him and was too eager to let him back into his life and… well, you know how hard that bit him in the ass.
May 1, 2021 @ 8:33 pm
Greek letter chi seems to actually mean “foundation” or “beginning” and also represents the number 600.