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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Review

It may not be KHIII, but Kingdom Hearts 3D blows all previous titles out of the water.

April 29, 2013
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Introduction

There's a fluidity to Kingdom Hearts 3D's movement and combat that was severely lacking in previous Kingdom Hearts games. 3D effects grant this title incredible depth, though clever level design implements height in ways we never knew we wanted. Worlds are no longer broken up into ten or twelve smaller areas, but rather each world features four or five massive playgrounds for main characters Sora & Riku to explore.

While the over-arcing story may seem unnecessarily complicated, anyone who can tell a DuckTale from a Goof Troop will have a blast exploring the seven worlds exclusive to KH3D.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Gameplay
  3. Storytelling
  4. Graphics & Atmosphere
  5. Multiplayer
  6. Conclusion
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