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Submitted by PlusXP 1062d ago | review

PlusXP: Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance – Full Review

Leon from Plus XP Writes: "After the success of Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep on the PSP, the series has returned to a Nintendo handheld system for the fourth time - continuing the trend of portable entries bridging the story between the numbered console titles. However, make no mistake – every entry (albeit in varying degrees) is vital to the series’ overall plot, and with handheld consoles now rivalling the PS2, the most recent entries are not to be missed...." (3DS, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance) -

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