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VGBR 2: Kingdom Hearts Edition

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VGBR 2: Kingdom Hearts Edition

We're ranking every video game ever made, and we're clearing out as much of Kingdom Hearts as we can:

The list so far:

  • The Uncle who Works for Nintendo - 2014 - Michael Lutz (Matt Ishii)

  • World of Warcraft - 2004 - Blizzard (Holly Babaran)

  • Bastion - 2011 - Supergiant (Lyle Scott)

  • Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety - Software Creations - 1995 (Jon Ore)

  • Bayonetta - 2009 - Platinum Games (Ibrahim Faruqui)

  • Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories - 2004 - Jupiter (Vivian Ng)

  • Super Metroid

  • Shadow the Hedgehog.

New additions:

  • Kingdom Hearts 2 - 2005

  • Re:Coded - 2010

  • 358/2 Days - 2009

  • Birth By Sleep - 2010

  • Dream Drop Distance - 2012

  • 0.2 A Fragmentary Passage - 2017


Thanks to OCRemix for the following songs: "Protect Your Kingdom" by Smooth4Lyfe, "Respite (Kingdom Hearts)" by Emunator.

Built to Play is a product of CJRU in the heart of downtown Toronto. It was produced by Arman Aghbali and Daniel Rosen.

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Nostalgic Hearts

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Nostalgic Hearts

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We've been fascinated by Kingdom Hearts since childhood. But is a series worth going back to?

We investigate the value of a long derided series by talking to fans who grew up with the series, and adults who are trying to make sense of it today.

Special thanks to Reid McCarter and Astrid Rose of Bullet Points' Blood of Friendship πx: Re: Podcast.


Thanks to the Free Music Archive for the following songs: "Lake Eerie Wolves" by Fields of Ohio, "Focus" by A. A Aalto.

Thanks to OCRemix for the following songs: "Protect Your Kingdom" by Smooth4Lyfe, "Respite (Kingdom Hearts)" by Emunator, and "Simply Be-groove-ed" by Tetrimino.

Built to Play is a product of CJRU in the heart of downtown Toronto. It was produced by Arman Aghbali and Daniel Rosen.

If you like the show please subscribe and rate us online. It helps more people find the show and gives us an idea how we're doing.

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