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Submitted by GrumpyLou2 1024d ago | review

Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] Review | Elder-Geek.com

What was once a strange, but compelling blend of two vastly different worlds is now a rapidly growing series across five different consoles (or six if you count cell phones), and stands as one of developer Square Enix’s biggest sellers. This time the franchise makes its way onto the 3DS with Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, or KH3D for short. Some might argue we’ve seen far too many of these deviations from the main series, but this spinoff adds a lot of interesting mechanics to the already entertaining Kingdom Hearts formula and it sets the stage to the game all of the fans have been waiting for: Kingdom Hearts III. (3DS, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Tag Invalid) 5/5

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