Last week, we reported on a fanmade Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix randomizer by prominent community member Keytotruth. Since its release, it has received support from other well-known community members, desa and Sonicshadowsilver2. As a result, fans have now had time to experiment with this ambitious beast of a project.
I watched a recent video uploaded by Kingdom Hearts content creator Ninten, highlighting his first experience with the randomizer, and man. I think this made me laugh more than I ever have in the past few years. It’s an insane spectacle. Since bosses replaced some standard enemies, several scenarios became absurd in the craziest ways you can imagine. With multiple Mysterious Figures spawning in the Castle of Dreams to four Master Xehanorts being present within the Dwarf Woodlands’ waterways, every area had its own semblances of captivating madness.
My personal favorite instance was when an army of Peter Pans appeared in one of the rooms in the Deep Space world. Since there’s a specific part of the room that no enemies can enter, the army would charge in place (what this article’s featured image references). I just about lost it when that happened.
Obtainable items are randomized too, and worlds can be traversed in any order one desires, so the possibilities are endless. Once again, immense credit to Keytotruth, Sonicshadowsilver2, and desa for making this all happen.
You can view Ninten’s video highlighting his first Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix randomizer experience via his Youtube channel below:
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