The game is amazingly well-crafted-the only negative is that unless you have room on your memory card to install a good chunk of game data, you'll be sitting through some halting combat transitions and some unbearable load times.
With loads of content to play, the addictive as always gameplay along with the enjoyable multiplayer mode, and three different storylines to play through, Kingdom Hearts fans can't afford to miss out on Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep.
The game expands the Kingdom Hearts lore a lot and contextualise a lot of aspects which was mentioned in the games before.
The game is split between 3 new playable characters and their journey through one quest. I tells a great story and builds the foundation to what will come in the future.
The gameplay, while not as flashy as Kingdom Hearts 2, is enjoyable for what it is. You craft skills and build your own "skill deck" and use them during fights. It has also a lot of side content.
All in all, I really enjoyed this game. :-)
The game is also remastered on current gen and can be played in 4k and smooth 60 fps on ps4 pro and xbox one x.
An action roleyplaying game that qualifies in the top of the food chain for PSP. With few exceptions the sound and graphics are great. On the negative side it takes time to learn and from the beginning there are many parts needed to master. The game includes a lot of content with three separate stories and enjoyable mini games. This is not something fans of the series and roleplaying fanatics should miss.
Good game and all, but it's very unbalanced and broken so it can be frustrating to play sometimes.
Play this one in short bursts, and don't be afraid of using moves that are "overpowered".
Because some bosses are straight up immune to certain Commands and Shotlocks, so the player doesn't always have a lot of freedom in how they approach some situations.
What's the point of giving the player so many options if the majority of those options are just flat-out wrong?
Also the final level being locked behind getting all the Xehanort Reports is kinda dumb...
The game is totally playable and it even has a few touching moments. That being said, somewhere in the poor design, re-used assets, terrible writing, and complete disregard for everything establish in the series so far, Birth by Sleep has convinced me that everything I loved about this series was an accident. Would not recommend.
The game offers you three, Identical, scenarios in which you travel to Miniature versions of the previous Kingdom Hearts worlds. These worlds offer neither the amount of Game play nor the awesome Keyblades at the completion of the level. You can burn through a world with 100% completion in less time than the average Gummy ship Mini Game (Which there isn't in this game)
The Kingdom hearts franchise is known for mixing the Magic of Disney with the Solid Game play of Final Fantasy. With the only Final Fantasy cameo coming from a terrible remake of Zach (Crisis Core and 7) its hard to even call this a prequal to the original.
Three Identicle scenarios
Quick game, 45 hours 100% completion
Not enough Key Blades
One Final Fantasy Character
No Gummy Ship
No replay Value
Does Not compare with other Kingdom Hearts
SummaryLong before Sora was chosen by his Keyblade, the worlds' safety lay in the hands of the true Keyblade Masters. Three youths - Terra, Ventus and Aqua - have been training long and hard under Master Eraqus to prove that they, too, exhibit the Mark of Mastery. But they will soon find themselves in the middle of a crisis affecting worlds far...