Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance

By Michael On 18 Oct, 2013 At 11:39 AM | Categorized As Games | With 0 Comment

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Title: Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance

Developer: Square Enix 1st Production Department

Publisher: Nintendo

Release Date:

Japan – March 29, 2012

North America – July 31, 2012

Europe – July 20, 2012

Australia – July 26, 2012

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Overview

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is an Action RPG developed and published by Square Enix. The game take place after Kingdom Hearts RE: Coded following the protoganist Sora and Riku. Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance allows you to play as both Sora and Riku as well as taking full advantage of the dual screen of the 3DS.

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Kingdom Hearts is a series that, in theory, shouldn’t work.  Created by Square Enix and Disney, Kingdom Hearts uses the light, friendly Disney characters and themes and makes it all as hopelessly complicated as a typical JRPG.  Somehow, though, it comes together in a way that it retains the Disney charm we all grew up with but with an exceptionally deep story spanning the entire franchise.  I have only played a handful of kingdom hearts games – so throughout Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance – I was asking myself questions about some plot devices that the characters seem to ignore or only acknowledge passively. What’s the difference between a Heartless and a Nobody? How do characters exist in sleeping worlds if they also exist in real ones?  But when I was asking those questions the game was also telling me something else: That these questions don’t matter if you don’t want them to.

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