Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days (2009)

Video Game   |  Adventure, Family, Fantasy


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Roxas, a young boy with no heart, endures 358 days as a member of Organization XIII. Being sent to other worlds, Roxas finds out more about this Organization than he was supposed to.


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Director:

Tetsuya Nomura

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22 May 2011 | liljuege55
Weak installment - even for a hand-held game
I bought this game in hopes of having a classic Kingdom Hearts experience on the go, something I've been looking forward to for a while. Instead I got a strange side-story that really had nothing to contribute to the series except what NOT to put in a Kingdom Hearts game. My first problem with this game is that they ruined the whole Experience system. I couldn't even beat Twilight Town because I had no room for the "Level up" block and all of my extra magic and power blocks. I was still level two when I needed to be a much higher level. The original system was much easier and better in every aspect. Why fix something that's not broken? My second problem is that the story was so insignificant to the series that I had no desire to find out the rest of the story. All I knew or even wanted to know about the story plot is that it was when Roxas was in the Organization. There were no secrets explained about the series in this game. All in all, this game was nit worth my playing. I gave up on it a while ago and i have no desire to ever pick it up again. How it got over a 9.0 rating on here is beyond me, but I thought I should just share the problems I have with it.


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Release Date:

29 September 2009

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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