The Kingdom Hearts franchise has a wonderfully captivating premise: it’s a mashup of the Disney film catalog and the Final Fantasy gaming universe, letting you embark on charming quests across worlds inspired by everything from Aladdin to The Little Mermaid to Tron.

The only problem is that it has become nigh-impossible to follow. After the first two PlayStation 2 entries from more than a decade ago, the series splintered into an array of spin-offs with oftincomprehensible titles (like ) and even more convoluted plot points. And now you can play the series on your iPhone or iPad with X[Cross] (another game with a

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