Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
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Another Great Kingdom Hearts Spinoff
J. Michael Gallen "J. 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: 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.
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: 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...
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: 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...