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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1936d ago | review

Digital Chumps: Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Review

Digital Chumps writes: "I fondly recall my initial reaction to Kingdom Hearts 2; "who the hell is this Roxas guy and what happened to Sora?". If you missed out on its GBA ,card flavored prequel, Chain of Memories, opening the newest Kingdom Hearts only to take control of Roxas came as quite a surprise. What the original Kingdom Hearts' secret "Deep Dive" ending, Chain of Memories, and this Roxas character implied what fairly clear; a lot happened in between Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2. Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, the first DS entry in the series, exists to further fill that gap. However, unlike the GBA game, 358/2 Days appeared to offer gameplay more along the lines of its Playstation 2 peers. That couldn't be a bad thing, right?" (Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days, Nintendo DS) 8.4/10

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