Best Kingdom Hearts Games, According to Metacritic
9) Kingdom Hearts Re:coded – 66
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded originally released in Japan as an episodic mobile game, but it was eventually compiled into one title and was released for the Nintendo DS in 2011.
Taking place after the events of Kingdom Hearts 2, Jiminy Cricket’s journal ends up being infected with bugs, leaving Sora and the gang to revisit the worlds from the original Kingdom Hearts game in order to recover two hidden messages.
Though taking place after the events of Kingdom Hearts 2, Re:coded didn’t do much for the plot of the series besides the ending setting the scene for what would be Dream Drop Distance.
Although the story sort of sucked, the different gameplay mechanics featured in Re:coded turned out to be quite fun and a change of pace for the franchise.
It still didn’t go over well with critics, as Re:coded sits at a score of 66 on Metacritic.