I think my problem with KH3 is that it doesn't feel...mature if that makes any sense. Sure it's a Disney game, but KH1 was the most atmospheric and mysterious game yet it had the most use of Disney in it. There was always a sense of urgency in KH1 with the threat of Disney villains and the heartless always looming, but there was still a lot of room for light-hearted and silly moments. There was a good balance in that game. With KH3 it felt more silly as the dialogue seemed cheesier and the humor phoned in, not too mention you're always being hand held as you're given a ton of abilities early with ease (the attraction flows should've appeared later in the game. I haven't played critical mode so I dunno if that part's been changed) and Donald and Goofy always telling you where ingredients/hidden mickeys are. It really felt like the game was catered towards newcomers instead of those who have grown up with the series, making it feel like the game hasn't grown with its audience. With that said, I didn't hate the game, I did enjoy the gameplay, the music was great as always, the graphics were gorgeous, and it was nice seeing these characters again. I just wish that the story was handled better and I hope that the DLC fixes some of its issues.