Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (Bilingual game-play) - Nintendo DS Standard Edition
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- Finally experience the "Kingdom Hearts" storyline missing chapter.
- Familiar action-packed "Kingdom Hearts" gameplay that has captivated fans worldwide.
- Panel System, a brand new system that allows you to customize Roxas arsenal by placing abilities, items, and weapon parts into allotted slots.
- A series-first multiplayer mode, allowing up to 4 players to control any Organization XIII member.
- Get to know the members of Organization XIII, including the mysterious fourteenth member and learn about the origins of the "Organization XIII" name.
- Platform: Nintendo DS
- ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Chronologically set between the events of Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (pronounced "Kingdom Hearts Three-Five-Eight Days Over Two") is the newest installment on the Nintendo DS of the wildly popular role-playing game series. Featuring supporting details of Kingdom Hearts II character Roxas, as well as single and multiplayer modes and the new "Panel System" game mechanic, it is destined to be find a cherished place of its own in the beloved RPG franchise.
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In story mode, you'll take the control of Roxas (Sora's nobody), and each day in the game is represented by 1 mission. Basically, You complete one mission each day, eat ice cream, and go on to the next day. The story, to me, is rather linear, so it's quite easy to understand. However, people who never played Kingdom Hearts might find the story in 358/2 days a bit confusing.
The Gameplay is reminiscent of Kingdom Hearts II's battle system, but they did add some nice twist (I won't spoil it for you ;D). It's still pretty simple, but fun nevertheless. Also, there is a multiplayer mode. So if you want to have some fun with friends, this is something you will enjoy. One thing, the camera still kills me, sometimes it gets stuck in the corner, which is not fun if you are in a boss battle.
I am also glad they added some puzzle elements to this compare to KH2. Then again, they are still very simple and easy to solve.
Of course, Music is excellent as always, and the voice acting is passable.
Most of the basic information is already covered in amazon's description of the game, so I'll just say what I think about everything. I'm a huge Kingdom Hearts fan, I love the intricate story that Nomura has crafted. This story is necessary to fully understand the Kingdom Hearts universe.
The gameplay is solid, it gets bogged down by the d-pad on the DS. It really gets painful on your thumb, but it works. The graphics are some of the best on the DS. Square really pushes the hardware here. I've never played the multiplayer, because I don't have friends into Kingdom Hearts [or with a DS for that matter] and sadly there is no online. I have played the missions that you play in Multiplayer solo, and the potential for fun is definitely there.
The panel system works very well and adds a nice level of depth to leveling up. The music... oh where to begin, it's just soooo amazing. Yoko Shimomura did it again with the amazing music. She is brilliant. I can't imagine Kingdom Hearts without her masterful compositions.
Story, I've touch on. Some don't like the pace at which it unfolds, but the initial slow burn turns into a rapid boil of intense and amazing story that you can not miss. It is truly amazing.
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I finally bought the game! I played all the other KH games and am REALLY happy to get this one! It's really fun and if you don't feel like doing the story theirs always the MISSION... Read morePublished on Aug. 24 2010 by Sbq