^ wtf was your childhood like if you didn't have Disney??? Abnormal...I bet you like deathmetal too when you were 5.
= KHI is good enough, but really awkward, the controls and camera are tricky and could have been better (and it did get better). Nostalgia, from this point on, is the series' best friend. Plot wise, it's heavy and convoluted, basically the plot is thick (and is non-Disney) at the start, the midshow, and for the grand finale.
= KHII a massive improvement, but a lot of QTE attacks...the plot also becomes a clusterfuck of "whut" from here on out...one of the best Opening sequences to a game I've ever seen though (storyboard-wise, it's very well crafted)
= KH Chain of Memories -- odd offshoot, but decent card battle system. Maybe Youtube it? IIRC the HD is gonna give you HD cutscenes....
= KH358/2 Days -- never bothered, I heard mixed reactions and said whatever. Still curious though.
= KH Re Coded -- Again, I heard it was awful and didn't throw $40 at it
= KH BBS almost unanimously seen as the *best* in the series to those who played it.
= KH 3D not many like it, but I had a lot of fun. Monsters can be tiresome, but overall had a great experience with it. I also thought it delivered some of the more comprehensive and elaborate levels in the series. I also do review games if they're "great -- for a handheld", and it was.
The series has REALLY had its ups and downs (and I'd appreciate for someone to weigh in on 358/2 better than me), but you do it because it's fun hack and slash in the Disney worlds MOST kids grew up with and loved (coughexceptkevaducough) .