Casually Addicted: I’ll admit it. In 2002, when I first read about the union between Disney and Square Enix, I was one of the snobs who scoffed and wrote off Kingdom Hearts as a game that was doomed to fail. It just seemed like such an unlikely combination. And like so many other like-minded individuals who were too quick to judge a game before even playing it, I was blown away by what Kingdom Hearts had to offer once I finally gave it a chance. And to this day, Kingdom Hearts is still one of my favorite game franchises. The Kingdom Hearts series celebrated 10 years of excellence this year with the release of Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. So the question remains: Is Dream Drop Distance the perfect game to celebrate the success the series has achieved over the past decade? The answer to that is a bit of a yes and a bit of a no, unfortunately. With everything Dream Drop Distance does right, there is something it does horribly wrong.