So I played Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix and finished it near the end of May. I tried my best to unlock the secret movie, but failed. Completion of Gummi Routes means collecting all the treasure for all the Gummi missions. It's actually one of the most annoying things to accomplish in this game, and it's easier to unlock the secret movie on a harder difficulty. Maybe I'll play this game again some other day.
Xenoblade is just as epic as I remembered. Actually, more epic than I remembered because I only played through the Wii version once and forgot about a lot of the stuff that happened. Definitive Edition has an Event Theatre, at least that's how they spelled it on the title screen. Uhh, I turned off Casual mode before the final boss.
"Frig this game!", is what kept going through my mind while playing Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. My first mistake was choosing Standard difficulty because for some reason, I thought there was a secret movie for this game. There isn't. So I made the game harder than it already is. It was too late to start over again, so I just pushed through. Sora was level 90. I know, 9 more levels, but I really wanted this nightmare to end already.
So I played and finished Kingdom Hearts Final Mix in the Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX compilation for the Xbox One. Yes, the rest of the Kingdom Hearts games released back in February and I didn't even know about it. I didn't even play the ReMind DLC for Kingdom Hearts 3 yet. I don't think there's a physical release for Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX & HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, so I bought them digitally from the Xbox store.
Some people were saying I was dumb for having Buff Duration on the Legion grid thing, so I made a new setup in the second preset with Boss Damage, Critical Damage, Ignore DEF, and the rest into Critical Rate. Are you happy now? I made sure to make it symmetrical in the three quadrants. Also, nexon should at least update the member pieces to have color coded outlines (you lazy af fricks!).
So, I played and finished Pandora's Tower (Wii). I think I started in January, then Tokyo Mirage Sessions came out and distracted me for like two months. I don't have a picture to share because, I don't know, the Wii doesn't have a screenshot function like the Switch. I do know the Wii takes pictures of certain screens with a completion thing, like for Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Mario Kart Wii.