Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
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21 November 2014
Summary: I haven't stopped playing this game since I got it. It came a little earlier than expected, so I was really happy. I bought this game with Re:Coded and a Roxas necklace, so I've been getting really into the Kingdom Hearts series again and I'm really happy with my purchase. I'd recommend this game to anyone who is either a fan of Kigndom Hearts or just looking for a good mission-based roleplaying game.
Summary: I have only been able to play 3 Kingdom Hearts games until this point. Obviously KH1 and KH2 along with the PS2 version of Chain of Memories. Kingdom Hearts as a whole is in my top 10 for gaming franchises. Due to all the KH games released after KH2 being on portable consoles, I have missed out on some of them. However, I wanted to play 358/2 Days really bad because Roxas is one of my favorite characters and I need to experience more of him.
Summary: Great game, kinda monotonous after a while but still good. Makes you do missions, and you cant really explore open worlds unless you do "holo-missions" which are replays of the old worlds and missions you've done. Good game though!
Summary: I bought this game around a month ago, and I just barely beat it. I was kinda iffy about it, since I started playing it on a 3DS, but all my doubts disappeared pretty quick! The graphics are impressive for a DS game, and the movie graphics look almost as good as the movie scenes from Kingdom Hearts II. Another thing that I loved was the story. Sure, the majority of it is three people sitting together while eating ice cream, but it's all got a lot of good stuff in it.
Summary: As the game has been out for a while, and it'll most likely be Kingdom Hearts fans who're interested in trying to pick the game up, there will be some unmarked spoilers. Further, I have not completely finished the game; I've reached about the 2/3 point. You have been warned. 358/2 Days (Said as "Three-Fifty-Eight-Over-Two Days") is an interquel videogame taking place between the events of Kingdom Hearts 1 and Kingdom Hearts 2, both for the Playstation 2.
Summary: I haven't played most other KH games, so maybe im not qualified to review this, but I still found it pretty fun. The panel system is a little weird, but it really grows on you. You can still understand most of the story without having to play the other games, but it's definitely recommended to play the others first for the full experience. if i hadn't played re:loaded i would have been like who's Sora the entire game.