DHGF: Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance graces Nintendo’s latest handheld to take advantage of the added horsepower of the system. While it succeeds in bringing with it a top notch presentation, it takes a minimalist approach to its storyline that leaves players confused and with little reason to care about what’s happening. Things do pick up towards the end, but I can’t help but feel like the game does its best to convince you that there’s more going on than there really is while the inevitable KHIII continues its insanely long incubation period. It’s not a bad game by any means, as it plays better than 358/2 Days and Re:coded, but doesn’t even come close to the high bar set by Birth by Sleep. Diehard KH fans will get a kick out of it, but casual onlookers might find this entry a bit more unapproachable than most.