KH3 didn't disappoint me, but every time I think back on my time playing it it felt like something was missing.Aaaw, that's sweet to here. So does this mean you're opinion of KH3's base game (the part that was labeled disappointing) has improved, or are you merely saying you're going into ReMind with an open mind? Either way, part of me is at least glad people are able to approach this with some level of renewed hope.
But as someone who wasn't that let down, it really disappointed me that others were so hurt by what KH3 delivered. I felt some of that when FFVIIR had it's blow out at E3 because it seemed like Nomura had prioritised that game over KH3 (especially since KH3 had seemed like some testing grounds for FFVIIR, for example the revamped menu).
What I hope Re Mind can do is reignite the love for KH that many fans feel KH3 snuffed out. Re Mind reminds me of everything that KH2FM was adding that made it, to this day, be a faithful adaption with a lot of elements that keep fans believing it to be a top JRPG game and I hope those same people keep an open mind with KH3.
I'm thankful for these additions. It's expanding on areas that I did have issues with at launch (I felt KHUX elements were shoe-horned in, but if Nomura can make them worthwhile then it will work for KH3 and the next game) but if it makes people feel like it's a proper successor to KH2FM then it's done its job in my eyes, something I feel between what we already knew for the DLC, and now with these additions it cements it in my eyes (until release and people find other reasons to be let down).