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Kingdom Hearts Re: coded- NDS

alaTest has collected and analyzed 77 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the action and value for money. The graphics and gameplay also get good feedback. Reviews are divided on the story. Some have doubts about the controls and multi player mode.

gameplay, graphics, value for money, action

size, multi player, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Kingdom Hearts Re: coded- NDS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (DS)

 

Not content to tell the tales of battles fought and won, the Kingdom Hearts franchise continues to peer into the souls and minds of its characters to explore its themes of friendship and perseverance. Set after the events of Kingdom Hearts II, Re:coded...

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Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded Review

 

Another year, another Kingdom Hearts title. This time, however, it's another Re title: “Re:Coded.” This entry in the Kingdom Hearts saga is unique in that it started off as a cellphone game in Japan and was a couple of years later ported to the DS....

Camera - The Kingdom Hearts games have always had issues with camera controls, and RE:Coded continues that trend. Even when trying to rotate the camera manually with either the R shoulder button or the touchscreen, you'll get stuck around corners and...

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Kingdom Hearts Re:coded

 

Kingdom Hearts Re:coded is exactly as the title suggests, a revisit and remake of the earlier Kingdom Hearts Coded DS game. While the series has continuously been going strong, Re:coded doesn't take any chances but prefers to stay on the safe side with...

Kingdom Hearts Re:coded is a game that feels fragmented. It failed to live up to its potential when it comes to treading new ground, as it falls back into the same familiar territory that fans have already visited and seen. It is not a bad game by any...

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Kingdom Hearts re: Coded

 

Can somebody please announce Kingdom Hearts 3?? Between the ending of Kingdom Hearts 2, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, there?s enough evidence of a third official game to fill several books.? I can?t decide if the...

Kingdom Hearts re: Coded is the weakest of the series mostly out of a sense of just existing to kill time until the next 'actual' installment

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Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded (Nintendo DS) Review

 

John De Large checks in with a review of the latest game in the Kingdom Hearts series, how does it match up against Birth By Sleep?

Great graphics and music ; Awesome combat system ; Easy to pick up and play ; Fun special stages ; Difficult micromanagement

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Kingdom Hearts- Re:coded

 

You know you're doomed when the game starts its life as a mobile phone game. Kingdom Hearts Re:coded is a baffling adventure with a sub-par story, horrible pacing, lack-luster multiplayer support, disappointing levels and the worst camera system I've...

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Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded

 

Several years ago many of us, myself included were very taken by the premise of Kingdom Hearts. Take the grand scope of a Final Fantasy game, mix in a Pooh Bear, some mice, a Goofy dog thing and several ducks and put it all in a very pretty package....

Very well put together ; It is more than a little beautiful, especially considering it is a DS game ; Mix of Disney and SquareEnix is still wonderful

Story feels a little worn already, but only just

There is so much that I can say about this game, there is a ton there. The graphics are great, the characters feel wonderful and nostalgic, the mix of Disney and RPG still works great. However it all boils down to a couple of things. Do you like RPGs...

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Kingdom Hearts Re:coded Playtest: Revisiting The Original Kingdom Hearts… Again

 

Kingdom Hearts Re:coded begins with Jiminy Cricket checking out his journal he wrote during the adventures of the original Kingdom Hearts.

While cute, the avatar portion is pretty pointless. Too few people are playing the game to make it even worthwhile, and going through the Nintendo Channel trick enough times to get new parts and areas is too tedious.

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Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded

 

Sora hacks into the heart of the Kingdom Hearts matrix.

Deep combat system ; Lots of replay value ; Fun character development mechanics ; Excellent visuals and audio

Story retreads many familiar grounds ; Glitch" levels can be annoying to play through ; Camera controsl can be a problem

In the end, Kingdom Hearts: Re: Coded is an odd beast. On one hand, it tells a story that will be confusing to newcomers and too familiar to series experts, with some frustrating gameplay elements. On the other hand, the battle system remains as fun as...

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Kingdom Hearts Re:coded Review

 

Re:hashed

Stat, equipment and command management are interesting, nice variety of game styles

Repetitive combat, platforming is awful, the camera hates you, story can't decide on an audience

Brandon Cackowski-Schnell is a regular contributor to GameShark and is the cohost of Jumping the Shark , GameShark.com's official podcast.