My take on Miles Edgeworth and Kingdom Hearts Three Five Eight Days Over Two
By djricekcn 07-02-2009 01:08 PM
Remember, as always, it's just my opinion, not yours.
Miles Edgeworth: Ace Prosecutor (not sure if this is the correct English name)
Plays exactly like Ace Attorney series, except you don't battle it out in court (at least so far) and that instead of menu selection for places, you're actually controlling the character to look for clues (although there are point and clicks combined as well). The special attack like thing in this one is called "Logic". Basically you take two (maybe more later on?) different clues and piece them together to get an answer or a lead to another clue. If you mess up, you lose HP. The court battle system exist as well, but like I said, not in the court room, or at least necessarily has to be.
Most of the musics are re-used.
Graphics are...I guess the same except it has that walking part which is somewhat fresh.
basically, 90% of the game is basically Ace Attorney so you can classify this as Ace Attorney 5
Kingdom Hearts Three Five Eight Days Over Two
It plays like KH 1 and 2, with the Nintendo DS controller limitations. No need to use touch pad at all. Only difference compared from 1 and 2 is that the level system is different, the mp works as stock (FF1/3 NES), everything about ROXAS is based on customization (can only have certain weapon, magics, skills at a time) and other really minor things. What may turn off some people is that this game is completely mission based and there is no over world; in other words, you accept a mission from your boss, go to that stage, complete, get warped back, repeat.
Music is almost re-used from KH2 (so far at least, the theme song is Passion from KH2)
It's above average but not great for me.
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