The G.A.M.E.S. Blog writes: "Dream Drop Distance is a long-awaited sequel in the popular Kingdom Hearts franchise. It adds a lot of new gameplay, but will fans find it worth their while?"
... Fine, I'll open my wallet to you again, Square-Enix. Stop putting out Kingdom Hearts games so I can forget you entirely!
Ah, but they still haven't put out Kingdom Hearts 3. Can't forget the series 'til that comes out. :)
And yet another reason I need that purple 3DS ASAP. xD
Indeed. I'm sorely tempted to pick up a purple 3DS not just because it's gorgeous, but so I can put my hardcover from the Mark of Mastery edition on it. If only I had money to just throw at a second 3DS...
EXCEPT for Dream Eaters replacing the ability to team up with Disney characters, it was the best game for the series so far I thought. It was just a little short compared to the others (that or I played it wayyyy too much over the few days it took me to finish it)
True, I did miss Donald and Goofy.
I have finished it some days ago, it's amazing, deep and addicting
Seems like yet another divisive KH game, seems like every KH game after the first one has been divisive. Still dying to play this though.
Game was awesome. Ive always got tired or stuck on past games and i couldnt put this one down. It flowed better than others and i really wound up liking the dive system. It made me play both characters and really gets good near the end. Awesome game. Its also one of the hardest KH's ive played. The end is so damn difficult it will make you rage (thats a plus imo lol).
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