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Kingdom Hearts 3

  • PlayStation 4
  • Xbox One

Kingdom Hearts 3 Tips & Strategy

Kingdom Hearts 3 Guide

It’s easy to say that Kingdom Hearts III is a pretty substantial RPG with a lot of different things you can do. For a beginner┬áto the series or if you have not played in a long time, we’ve compiled a list of tips to help get you started.

  • When you first start out make sure to always take a tent out when your exploring. These items are pretty cheap and easy to come across but enable you to fully restore your health, magic and focus all in one go for your party.
  • At the start of the game much like the others, you need to make some choices that affect your stats and abilities. Choosing a Desire and Power is what affects these and you can see our guide to help you with which to choose.
  • Update Sora, Donald and Goofy’s equipment ad you progress this will help make battles be a little easier as you’ll level the playing field. You can purchase equipment in the Moogle Shop or you’ll also find stuff along the way which you can choose to improve their gear.
  • Remember your shortcut menus, there are three that you can use in the game and they allow quick access to your magic right when you need it without going into the menus.
  • You can swap Attractions with LB or L2 if you have too many to use and the same can also be done with special attacks such as form changes.
  • Attractions can also be aimed, when using them you can point the direction towards enemies by using the left thumbstick.
  • When you have “Links” or summons, you can use them through the Shortcut menu, much like magic which can be used for a number of things such as restoring your health.
  • There is an option in the menu to turn off the animation sequences so you don’t need to watch every time they perform a special attack.
    • Pressing Square or X will also skip Link and Attraction animation scenes too.
  • Use different magic attacks before healing to you get more use out of your mana. Healing spells like Cure, use whatever is left of your MP to make it go a little further.