Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
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Another Great Kingdom Hearts Spinoff
Jeremy Michael Gallen, Amazon
23 August 2015
Summary: Nearly a decade has elapsed since the release of the second main entry of Square-Enix’s Kingdom Hearts franchise on the Sony PlayStation 2, and information has almost just only begun to trickle in on the third primary and forthcoming entry on the PlayStation 4, with the company content to put out HD...
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: Now, I am a KH pro. I play all these games at LV1. I can tell you, that this is probably the best portable KH game, HOWEVER it is NOT like KH2FM (my favorite KH game of all time.) The gameplay in this game is excellent, but the defensive system is trash. Also the AI in this game is CRANKED UP.
Summary: It's a cool game if you have been following the kingdom hearts series but since it's on a handheld it's not as big as kingdom hearts 1 and 2 but it's still a good game and it pretty much assures you that kingdom hearts 3 is happening.
Summary: After playing kingdom hearts 2, (which was amazing) I decided to try out a much different game in the series. While dream drop distance isn't as good up to the point that I'm at, it has impressed me with tons of new mechanics like the flow motion system, and constantly switching between the...
MUCH better than Chain of Memories, not as good as the first game
31 December 2013
Summary: Overall, it's a lot of fun and a must-buy for a KH fan. It is not without flaws...for example, the Action Jump and Auto-Lock functions are a little stubborn and will often make your decisions for you. The difficulty of some of the boss battles are bit off.