Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
Philip Masiakowski "phije", Amazon
30 May 2015
Summary: In the awesome Kingdom Hearts series, the portable games (with the exception of Birth by Sleep) don't generally exist to tell highly important storylines. While their stories are usually engaging and entertaining, the main draw for the portable games, ever since Chain of Memories, has been to...
Summary: Kingdom Hearts- Dream Drop Distance is a different edition of Kingdom Hearts. It draws away from the classic Final Fantasy orientation to characters of the game "The World Ends With You." Throughout the game, you follow Sora and Riku as they explore worlds through different 'dimensions.
Best Handheld Kingdom Hearts...Sets you up for Kingdom Hearts 3
21 April 2015
Summary: The Kingdom Hearts series is my favorite franchise of all time. This particular game is very fun, sporting the best combat in any of the games. The new Flow Motion ability which allows you to use your environment for awesome attacks will have you jumping and swinging all over, on top of the...
Another hit from the Kingdom Hearts series! But can be confusing...
Kali Ka "J Kalika", Amazon
22 February 2015
Summary: I love the Kingdom Hearts series! Haven't played all of them but have played 1 and 2, Castle Oblivion, and 358/2 days. Overall this one does not disappoint, but have points that can be improved.
Summary: Other than the forced switching of characters, I really loved this installment. I love playing the game and experiencing both sides of the story, I just wish I could control when I dropped, like if I wanted to at all for a certain part of the game or not.
Summary: I'm a huge KH fan, but I'm not so blind as to say every KH is an automatically an amazing game (CoM comes to mind... and I wasn't too big of fan of 358/2 days). This is a great addition to the series in my opinion though and well worth the price it is going for now.
Summary: Every world I visit in this game I get this big goofy grin on my face. The story thus far (completed first 4 worlds) has been great, and seems to progress the story of Sora and Riku. The game play is so much fun with different traits and abilities in every world (which are new btw).
Summary: This game has a lot going on. Probably too much, but I've enjoyed getting back into KH games. My last one was playing the original on the PlayStation. My son and I even went head to head on completing it, and I won by a matter of hours (getting all the stuff and the Ultimate Weapon and such).
Excellent game with a new ways to customize characters
30 December 2014
Summary: Excellent game with a new ways to customize characters, allows the gamer to challenge themselves to the max of their ability or play through the game casually, pushes the gamer to raise dream eater allowing some more powerful abilities and commands, the drop system allows the gamer to not play to...
Summary: Before I start, I'll just say I absolutely HATE the drop system of this game. When I first started playing and came to the first boss on Riku's end of the dream world, I was just about to stun it when the drop system sent Riku into sleep and I was then ported over to Sora's part of the dream world...