Call me crazy, but I love me some JRPGs. If given the choice, I prefer to play them from the comfort of my own bed on my handheld of choice. That’s why Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is so appealing to me, even though I am a little late to the whole Kingdom Hearts bandwagon. I have never experienced the PS2 originals, with my only time spent with the franchise being on my trusty AGS-101 and Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories.
It has occurred to me that I probably should go back and play at least the two numbered Kingdom Hearts titles before going on the play Dream Drop Distance, but I’m not sure that will exactly happen. Maybe I will wait for the inevitable HD remakes that seem to be all the craze nowadays. One this is certain however: even without the backstory gained from playing previous titles in the series, Kingdom Hearts 3D is looking like it will class up 3DSs everywhere when it launches later next year.