Reviews and Problems with KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Chain of Memories
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Card System is Terrible
Player0N3 , GameStop
8 December 2013
Summary: When I finished the first kingdom hearts i was very satisfied and looking forward to playing re:chain of memories but the instant i started playing i realized the original fighting system (that i had grown to love in the first game and spent about 40 hours perfecting) was completely thrown out the door. The card system is overcomplicated and just a stupid idea.
Know what happens after Kingdom Hearts 1 with Sora and Riku, but be aware of the cards system.
GerardoExber, Game Informer
12 November 2013
Summary: This game happens right after the first game, you find yourself in a castle with a new task: discover why you are forgetting your memory. Sora, Donald and Goofy must make their way in Castle Oblivion, where they will be forgetting their memories, them with the help of the cards must advance, re-exploring the previous worlds and see what is happening, there will be new enemies, new story and new gameplay.
Summary: This game was ok, the sound was excellent and the graphics were good, but the game play is iffy. I didn't like the idea of using cards to battle but surprisingly it was pretty good. The bad part is that if you run out of cards you lose that battle. But I LOVED how you can play as Riku! If they put that in Kingdom Hearts 1 that would be good! But overall good game for hardcore Kingdom Hearts fans. But not for Kingdom Hearts beginners.
Summary: hated this game it totally sux i hate the new form of attacks i hate the fact that u dont get anyone on your team u use a card to summon them for 3 seconds and then there gone didnt even get passed the 1st couple rooms before turning it off and putting in a new game played for less then 20 mins and didnt like it at all
Summary: This game is very underated. Yes, it doesn't have the typical "Hack 'n' Slash" fighting style from the other games, and yes, it does require a bit of strategy. But that's what makes it fun! Re:Chain of Memories is a great challenge, whether you're playing as Sora or Riku (you get to pick your card deck as Sora, but you can't change it when you're Riku). The two stories are great and bridge the gap between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II very well.
Summary: The plot is fun, but overall it get frustrating after a while. I tried to get through the game but i just couldn't. the theme of cards is perfect for the Nintendo DS but it would have been better had the creators just stuck with the original format for the Play Station 2. Even my father agrees. I do not suggest the PS2 version for a friend, I suggest it for the Nintendo DS though.
Summary: I think Kingdom Hearts put this game to a game you do not want to stop to play.This game keep me playing in sora's story,then it has the Organization in it.As soon as a finish Sora's story it has Riku's story.In some cutsecenes you could tell where Sora was in his story when you were playing Riku's story.That I thought was a cool thing to do to combine the two story together.You also for the first time meet DiZ for the first time in the Kingdom Hearts series.I give this...