Kingdom Hearts - 358-2 Days (US)(M2)(XenoPhobia) ROM
Nintendo DS / DS NDS ROMsGenre: Action-Adventure
Rating: CERO: A, ESRB: E10+, PEGI: 12+, OFLC: PG
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358/2 Days takes place between Kingdom Hearts I and II and tells the story of the nobody Roxas. Featuring simailar gameplay to Kingdom Hearts II, 358 features a mission system where you take on various missions and work with other members of Organization XIII. A fun game, but can be a bit repetitive.
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 days
review by Hypoallergenic cactuar
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originally written for EOFF forums, authorized for reproduction on any forum with my approval
The entry of the groundbreaking Kingdom Hearts series onto the Nintendo DS brings a title that will surely live up to the name of
the series's previous installments. An instant classic and must have for all Kingdom Hearts Fans.
This game fills in plot holes left by Kingdom hearts 2, and throws the player into a dramatic and mysterious story line that follows
the path of Sora's Nobody, Roxas.
Taking place from the moment of Roxas's creation to the beginning of KH2, Roxas must discover his purpose, and learn to see the heart of his friends,
all while working for a mysterious group of powerful nobodies known as Organiztion 13.
The story of this game is enthralling, however, constant breaks make playing through to find out the end of the game challenging.
In good reputation to the name of Kingdom Hearts, the game never strays from its path or contradicts itself. The only negative part
of the games story line, is the fact that there are very few side stories.
Roxas- the only character the player can control during the game, Sora's nobody, and newcomer to Organization XIII. Weilds the keyblade.
Axel- Roxas's fisrt mentor, and closes friend. Controls fire.
Xion- Newest member of Organiztion XIII. Weilds a keyblade.
Other characters include old favorites such as Saix, Demynx, and Xemnas, as well as several disney characters such as Tinkerbell and Jack Skelington.
Despite the switch from PS2 to DS, the games controls do not glitch, and the 3d movement is quite enjoyable.
Enemies, both new and old, as well as New powerful bosses provide days if not weeks of fun.
Unlike previous KH games, the player cannot travel freely, but is restricted to a single room from which they may choose individual missions, of which there
are over a hundred, this however does not detract from the games appeal in any way, as there are plenty of unique missions and an all new battle
grid that replaces the old AP model.Leveling up is slightly frustrating, as after leveling up, the player must equip the LVup icon to his or her character.
Even refined to a small area for most missions, the player can enjoy searching high and low for medals and items.
The shopping system in the game is very simple, all the different stores placed into one, and synthesis is now completely automated, although you still have to
gather supplies. The hallmark of gameplay however, has to be in both the wide variety of equipment available, and in multiplayer
The game is the first in the series to allow multiplayer and co-op games, and has 15 characters to choose from, each of which has over 20 unique weapons
During multiplayer, many different options can be accessed, including friendly fire.
Kingdom Hearts, on the DS, looking as awesome as the PS2 version, need there be more to say?
Another collaboration work from Square Enix and Disney. This one is from the point of Roxas(Sora's Nobody) between the end of Kingdom Hearts I and the beginning of Kingdom Hearts II. For me this gives me a newer look upon Roxas when I play Kingdom Hearts II instead of this random person that is somehow linked to Sora you find out who Roxas is and what he's like before you see him go. This game is good but it can get really confusing and repetitive. This is just my opinion but if Square Enix came out with this before the second Kingdom Hearts it would be so much clearer. Also new character Xion(Zoin/Shion?) Its not a spoiler you meet "it" anyway.
A great continuation to the Kingdom Hearts saga, 358/2 Days offers great customization options, fluid gameplay and awesome visuals.
However, the main plot will look meaningless to whoever isn't familiar with the series. But to fans of Kingdom Hearts this is an absolutely must-have.
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