Summary: Almost an entire console generation has elapsed since the most recent numbered installment of Square-Enix’s Kingdom Hearts franchise, Kingdom Hearts II. Since then, the company has been content with churning out spinoffs, a prequel, and recently, a remake collection. Among these spinoffs is the Japan-exclusive cellular phone title, Kingdom Hearts coded, the first to take place after the second game.
Summary: This one is probably my favorite entry in the series. Yes, you play as a digital Sora, and yes it has little relevance to the story.. But it's still a great game. Sora's positive attitude is just the light of this game. His role as the hero is based off him just being a good guy with a happy go lucky attitude, and he makes it work.
Summary: I didn't know what to expect from Re:Coded since there were new platform styles. But it was a refreshing experience. A bit frustrating at times, but interesting. Oh gosh, the challenge modes! D= I was yelling at them SO much XD But it was fun X3 And the storyline had me curious. It was like re-experiencing the first KH but in a new way =) Just...
Summary: Was what was promised. Was very happy with the game. My daughter lost her old one and on Christmas morning she was so happy to have a new copy. Thank you. If you are looking for a good game for a teenager this is a great game.
Summary: I just got my game and already I'm upset to find that the case is damaged (even though the box it came in looks fine). So I can only assume that the case was damaged before they put it in the box. I've played this game before so I already know it's fun, which is why it gets 4 stars. Beware though, if you want the case for your collection it may be damaged when you receive it.
Summary: this game is one of a kind in the kingdom hearts saga because through out the game, you are free to change the difficulty of the game at any time, and you can also make an avatar of your own and interact with other people who have the game.
Summary: Links up details of 358/2 Days, Chain of Memories, and the ending of KH 2 together. The gameplay was a good experience for me for the fact that you could create your own special attacks and experience different play styles.
Summary: Obviously other reviewers just LOVE this game, but in truth the game overall isn't that great. It was just made to give them more time for making the games truly connected to the series. This shows in the constant repetitiveness in the levels and the graphics. These other commenters are just looking at it through a sympathetic sense, I'm looking at it through a gamers perspective, and I'm not seeing anything great especially after being spoiled by the greatness on...