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Ok,for sometime

posted by calitroit25 (LAKE JACKSON, TX) Aug 7, 2012

Member since Aug 2012

its a good game but what caught me,is it doesnt really feel like the originals,the pros on it,you get use new powers n combat,story is good and will reel in till the end,but the cons to me,is i dont really think the game is going to last you long,cause its pretty shorty compared to you only have 8 worlds to explore

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posted by bigrock2 (CENTRALIA, WA) Aug 7, 2012

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I dream for KH3 to be better.

posted by ADecentGamer (HALETHORPE, MD) Aug 5, 2012

Member since Aug 2012

When this game was first announced along with the 3DS itself, be honest, you were all excited. The wait, for some, was long and hard. Though, I'm here to say, it was well worth it. The game is short compared to other installments such as Birth By Sleep, or the numbered games, but in the end it's a good game. Inside the game itself is a magical world full of your favorite TWEWY characters, Disney characters, and Square's own little friends. The game revolves around Sora and Riku's Mark of Mastery exam, to make them true Keyblade Masters. Of course, it's nothing like it was in BbS's Mark of Mastery. You have to unlock the seven sleeping keyholes that spread from new and familiar worlds, like Traverse Town and The Grid. The graphics stay true to the original, the storyline is still confusing, but you get things called "Chronicles" that tell you about the past games in the series. The music is incredible, even for a KH game. How these arrangements could be handled on a 3DS is beyond me. There were some things they could improve on, such as select few Dream Eaters and honestly, if you don't have the Circle Pad Pro, the gameplay feels clustered, and half the time you just mash the buttons. The game gets a 9/10. It's a good game, but I've seen better.

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