Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
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I'm Loving this Game
27 January 2015
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). The dream dropping can become frustrating at times, but it is a game element which can provide challenge from time to time. Of the handheld games I've played Chain of Memories, Re.
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). Since then, I did play the disappointing card version on another Game boy platform and my son has played KH2. This game made me forget all about it.
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 long as one character for a better understanding of the story and the drop system is not a drag because the by dropping the gamer can convert drop points for new...
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 where, after awhile, I was then ported back to Riku's end and I had to start the boss all over again. Hence, I had the level on hard mode.
Good game, but could have been better for a Sora and Riku game.
Justin Kerns, Amazon
7 December 2014
Summary: Good game, decent graphic fidelity. The 3D looks good, too, but sometimes you can visibly see the frame per second slow down with it on. It doesn't hurt to leave it off all game. The combat can get repetitive, because Sora and Riku fight in a similar style. The world unique reality shifts try to keep it fresh, but KH Birth by Sleep is still a much better game. Also, flow motion is extremely overpowered.
Summary: If you're a fan of the kingdom Heart series, it's worth checking out. I enjoyed the game but it took a while to get used to the gameplay. It's different from the other series. Some fans may or may not like it. But the story is still there and stays true to the kingdom hearts story.
Summary: Omg I am a huge Kingdom Heart fan. I have been looking for this game everywhere and I was overjoyed to finally have it. The game is one of my favorites because it is difficult for me to get Kingdom Hearts Games because of their mother console PlayStation. I am a die hard Wii and Nintendo player so this is a great investment to a handheld gaming device and it has one of my favorite characters gaining a big part in the series..
Summary: Sora and Riku's mark of mastery is here. Journey with them through even more disney locations and go back to some from the original Kingdom Hearts. I would recommend this to any Kingdom Hearts fan. As for newbies, play the first and second one first. It will make the experience so much better.
Still Not Kingdom Hearts 3.. But Better Than Nothing!
15 July 2014
Summary: As someone who has loathed for Kingdom Hearts 3 for the last 10 years, I was as disappointed as ever in seeing this release instead of the the beloved KH3. As a huge Kingdom Hearts fan, I knew that this was important to the story, and regrettably picked it up after I recently got a 3DS. Let me say, I was very happy with my decision.