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  1. I'm not sure why the fuck I'm bothering to do Demyx's data-rematch in KH2HD, it's complete bullshit. Which is a consistent complaint I'm having with the boss fights in this series.

    Seriously, Kingdom Hearts has some of the worst action RPG design I've ever seen. I would only use it as a guide on how not to design an action RPG (and also a guide on how not to design action RPG boss fights).

    1. Rusty Spy
    2. Waveshocker Sigma

      Waveshocker Sigma

      Sounds to me like you're just REALLY bad at KH2. lol

      Protip: Don't do full combos on the water clones. Do just enough damage to evaporate them or turn them into notes and use the reaction command. Also, Wisdom Form + Fire is your friend.

      Don't give up. you can do it. Demyx isn't even close to being the hardest of the Data Battles.

    3. Rusty Spy

      Rusty Spy

      Demyx very much is the hardest due to the strict time limit on the water clones.

    4. Waveshocker Sigma

      Waveshocker Sigma

      Nah, Demyx is just annoying. As long as you've got a good setup and use your moves properly, you can breeze through his clones easy save for the 99 group. I personally found Vexen and Zexion way harder to deal with the first time I played back in 2007. Now, not so much, but that's because I've been playing it since 2007. lol

    5. Candescence


      Oh, trust me, I've been using fire on the clones, and the fight is still a massive pain in the ass. It's the last wave that's seemingly impossible.

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