Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep
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J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: The idea behind Square-Enix and Disney's Kingdom Hearts franchise began when producer Shinji Hashimoto met with a Disney executive by chance in an elevator, with the series ultimately achieving vast commercial success, selling millions of copies worldwide and spanning several platforms.
Summary: I really enjoyed the game and really looked forward to the story. I was disappointed it was on the PSP. The game was just as fun as the others, but the lasting impression wasn't there. Once I finished it never touched it again.
Summary: Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep just might be the best-playing game in the entire series so far. It takes the fluid, dynamic battle system from Kingdom Hearts II and layers on top of it an ability system that is wholly borrowed from Crisis Core: FFVII.
Summary: A great installment to the Kingdom Hearts series. Good Storyline, Voice-Acting, and Music The battle system is similar yet revamped for the title. No need to have played the others to enjoy, but definitely would add to the experience. Good replay value having 3 different story modes.
Summary: Birth by sleep takes place before the events of the first game. The scenario revolves around three characters: Terra, Aqua, and ventus. You play as each character and see their point of view of the story such as what they were doing and what happens to them.
Summary: I'm aware of the kingdom hearts series but i was really surprised by the level of content that it contained. The 3 story plots have their own uniqueness and it makes the game seem new when starting a different character's story.