Reviews and Problems with KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Chain of Memories
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Harrison Gallen, RPGamer
1 March 2010
Excerpt: Square/Square-Enix, during the Playstation 2 era, developed a nasty habit of releasing enhanced special editions of high-profile releases such as Final Fantasy XII but then keeping them in Japan, despite calling them "international" versions. Among the most recent recipients of this treatment was Kingdom Hearts II , with its “international” version including a full 3-D remake of the Gameboy Advance interquel Chain of Memories .
Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories just a storyline
Kyle The Game Programmer, Game Informer
16 October 2009
Summary: When Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories for the GBA was about to come out, KH fans were going crazy....then they played the game. Some of the main elements which made the KH series a huge hit wasn't just the Final Fantasy and Disney characters. It was the battle system and storyline which brought so many fans leaning against the TV saying "Wow." CoM completely ruined the battle system. The PS2 Re:CoM was no different.
Summary: We bought this game for our 15 year old daughter who loves the Kingdom Hearts game series. This game was somewhat disappointing, as it is based more on the card game than the original video game. She still likes it because it has all of her favorite characters, but the mechanics of playing is different from the other games.
Summary: The story line it self is great. Very much in keeping with the other 2 games. The only thing I don't like is the new way they have you fight with the cards and card combos. I don't like having to pick witch cards to use and deciding can take time.
Summary: Kingdom Hearts is back but sadly, not better than ever. You are once again paired with Sora, Donad and Goofy on their quest to find King Mickey and Riku. The game takes you back to worlds you visited once before, Agrabah, Atlantica, Halloweentown etc. While the worlds and bosses are the same, the fighting style is different. In this game a card fighting style is used. It takes a while to get used to the card fighting system and in the end is very flawed and annoying.