Kingdom Hearts 2 is a very good game. Just like saw you good. But it's not perfect. The biggest mistake of the game is a mistake common to many Japanese role-playing games and especially Square Enix titles taken at a factor of 10. It has a prologue / training that only takes way for freaking for a long time. The first Kingdom Hearts had a protracted prolog that took a couple of hours to complete. More if you would like to use something with any of the page's content available at that time. Kingdom Hearts 2 s prologo can easily take more than five hours. In several playthroughs, the humble author has even seen it take close to ten.
The problem with really long prologues is that even when moderately interesting moments happen, they can get lost behind the player's desire to move forward. Well, there will be some memorable moments; KH2's prologue has some quite famous memes among its members. Likewise, I expect last night to win to remember for a long time. But for the most part, even when it's fine, it's boring and everyone just wondering why it takes so long and how much longer they can come to the part they really care about.
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Heath Filmists managed to go six innings, so there was only one run while they pulled out three. There were many hard-hit balls, but they fell mainly in gloves. In fact, the only race that scored against Fillmyer came when he hit home Yonder Alonso. Corey Kluber did not have a good night. He played 5.1 innings and knocked out six, but also got five runs. Tim Hill, Jake Newberry and Jason Hammel combined for three speechless innings in relief.
It was a particularly good night for the middle of the Royals series. Lucas Duda, Jorge Bonifacio and Ryan O'Hearn combined to go 8-to-10 with a trip, a home run (Duda), a couple of doubles and four RBIs. It was actually a pretty good night for the other youngsters as well. Hunter Dozier smoked some balls and finished the night with an RBI single. Adalberto Mondesi hit a pair of singles, a stolen base, and a couple of runs scored as well. It's nice to see the show that shows flashes of the promise we all hoped to see. If they could put together some good numbers together in a couple of weeks, it would go a long way to convince some of us that Dayton Moore does not smoke the good things when he says he believes the team will be competitive again in the near future.
Royals want a chance to complete a sweep against division leaders tomorrow. Jorge Lopez will make his third start in Royal Blue. He will go up against Shane "Not Justin" Bieber.