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I have been reading about this game on the internet, and trying to decide whether to buy it or not. I understand that it comes out today, and I could walk down to the game store later, or stop in at Target to see if they
I completed Kingdom Hearts many times. 4 to be exact, changing weapons in the beginning each time, and achieving the ultimate weapon each time. I douldn't understand Chain of Memories, and really was not impressed by Kingdom Hearts 2, so I am hesitant to buy this game.
However, I love playing on the DS, and the price really isn't too much. Not the steep $50 price of a PS game.
So, I'll let you know whether I take the walk later on this afternoon to give the game a try.
I guess my age (62) might have something to do with the difficulty that I have in playing these games. It took me a long time just to learn how to use the Controller. You young people grew up with these games, and you have a built in sense about how to use them.
I finally mastered the controls of the first Kingdom Hearts game after many mishaps. With the help of my grandson, I learned just enough to finally get good at battling. I then did a lot of leveling up, and finished the game. After that, I played it over and over.
There was a lot of time between the first Kingdom Hearts game, and the time that the 2nd one came out. Now keep in mind that I don't play any other Playstation games, so by the time Kingdom Hearts 2 game out, I was pretty rusty. I started the game with a lot of desire, and hope that I would enjoy it as much as the first one. I guess, I didn't persevere enough, and my grandson wasn't over as much to help me, so I put it aside, and never finished. I only got as far as Tron.
May I ask a question of those of you who have the game. Is there a guidebook for this new Kingdom Hearts game on DS? I am usually lost without one, and definitely need one, if there is one.
For those of you already playing the game. I wish you hours of fun. I had hundreds of hours of fun with the first one.