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Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance (Nintendo 3DS)

llvuj 26 April 9, 2013 at 08:36 PM in Video Games (4) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 04-09-2013 at 11:22 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance (Nintendo 3DS) for $19.99. Free shipping with Prime (free student accounts available) or if you spend $25 or more. Use slick fillers to find other eligible items to help reach the $25 requirement. Thanks llvuj

Gamestop also has Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance (Nintendo 3DS) for $19.99 with free pick-up in store.
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Price Research: Our research indicates that Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance (Nintendo 3DS) is $10 lower (33% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $30. - Steveb3163

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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance - Nintendo DS


Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance [amazon.com]

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Quote from jedinat View Post :
Who can I pay $19.99 to for them to stop making Kingdom Heart games? I will pay an additional $0.99 to suppress them each time they feel the insidious urge to release another sequel/prequel/interquel/paraquel/ad nauseum.
Dont buy them, companies dont make games just for you.
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Quote from MotorolaX View Post :
Dont buy them, companies dont make games just for you.
He's right. They make them for ME
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Picked one up to get my modest 3DS collection going after picking an XL up during the Target sale from a few weeks ago. Thanks, OP.
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Thanks OP!
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Quote from CaptainRumbeard View Post :
Who can I pay to stop making new Call Of Duty games or new Madden games which literally have a new release every year? Seriously what are you getting at with this comment? The reviews are great, new mechanics, good graphics... looks to be a worthwhile title for my new 3DS. Bought! Thanks OP.
I am a first person shooter fan, but I am sick of playing my Call of Duty Machine... err I mean Xbox 360. Buying 2 copies of Kingdom Hearts for my twins! Thanks Original Poster!
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Quote from unmi View Post :
yeah the only reason why i bought a ps3...and its just collecting dust now D:
laugh out loud Yeah, I remember pondering the pros and cons of buying a PS3 - one of the pros: Kingdom Hearts 3 (or whatever it will be when it finally happens... 4, 3 the real one, whatever...). Fortunately, I didn't buy one since it looks like it might be forever until a real sequel comes out.

And I know there are these 3DS games and such, but I don't really want a sequel for a handheld system (and don't own any handheld systems). Looking for a regular console kind of sequel. Pleeeaaaase!
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My theory is the timetable needed to make a handheld game is much shorter, takes less man hours that it ends up being more cost efficient than the KH3 when you compare the development time from a 39.99 3DS game to a 59.99 console game.
I much as I really wish for it, KH3 will likely will never see the light of day and if it does we will definitely see DLC.

TLDR: Square Enix will probably never make KH3 unless it is a SD for them.
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Quote from jedinat View Post :
Who can I pay $19.99 to for them to stop making Kingdom Heart games? I will pay an additional $0.99 to suppress them each time they feel the insidious urge to release another sequel/prequel/interquel/paraquel/ad nauseum.
Did a person dressed as a Disney character rape you when you were a child or something? [pigroll.com]
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#24
What's up with the puns? 3 D's (Dream Drop Distance)

I've noticed this with a lot of other games.
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#25
The plot of Dream Drop Distance: Sora and Riku go on a journey to find baggier shorts and clothes with more pointless zippers.
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amazon is dead, it shows up as a third party seller 23+5$, gamestop price is still alive but you cant pick it up instore for $20 but you can try PM at target, bestbuy, frys YMMV i just pm'd it at target, tax didnt matter for me because amazon always taxes me in washington =P
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#27
Amazing game I have it.. Still haven't beat the last boss yet tho lol
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Quote from KnitKnots View Post :
The plot of Dream Drop Distance: Sora and Riku go on a journey to find baggier shorts and clothes with more pointless zippers.
Spoiler Alert!
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Sweet!!
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I lost track after Kingdom Hearts 2. They should've just made each its own unique story with its own characters.

I can't be bothered to play a game when I don't know what's going on.
I used to have this opinion of Kingdom Hearts until my sister brought up a good point. She said that you have to look past the sprawling intertwined story and just enjoy the colors, gameplay, and overall joy the game brings. Well, it turns out that I only thought it was my real sister, because actually her father was the shadow soul of my actual sister, who had be kidnapped by the doppleganger of Stanley Marsh. But not the Stanley Marsh of the popular show South Park, but another Stanley Marsh that people just mistook for him. Anyway, once the police found her, it turns out the police in charge of the investigation were demons, and they weren't really going to protect her, but hold her captive; not physically though, but they trapped her mind inside of a collective brain space that me and my cartoon friends would have to solve in order even begin to free her physically. Once we got her out, I realized that my real sister had been with me the whole time. Not physically, but in my heart as a memory that could not be corrupted by evil, merely warped by the love of someone impure. So I fought myself until I was able to separate my evil self from my good self, and banished the evil self to a mirror world, until I looked in the mirror and wasn't sure if I was looking at my evil self through the mirror, or just seeing a reflection of the evil inside me that remained.

If the crap I just spouted was actually an enjoyable read to you, buy the game, you won't be disappointed. Big Grin
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