A big "holy hell" goes to Deep Jungle for having some of the most obnoxious vine swinging mechanics ever fucking made in the history of videogames.
Just button mash X, you really can't go wrong like that. :p
I was kinda bummed that 358/2 Days wasn't playable so I bought an actual copy. ...it technically looks awful, but it's otherwise damn impressive what they accomplished on the DS. I guess it was too much effort to make that whole game playable in HD though?
Personally found it be unenjoyable as a whole. And I have heard that they wanted to port the game, but ran out of time, but I dunno how accurate that is. Probably for the best though as it would be a weird conversion.
Also, anyone play Chain of Memories? Is it worth giving it a go? My early impressions were of the "meh" varietal.
Played the original. Hated the battle system, but I think it is probably worth playing to get the storyline aspects as it explains a few details of the gap between KH1 and KH2.
Finally; I hate the fat heartless. Like 11/10 hate. Like how I hate tomatoes and insects hate.
Copycat, I complained about that last page. :p
Last tidbit: Anyone else notice that like....EVERYONE has BLUE EYES?? As a brown eyed girl, I feel a little left out... D:
Well then you have very lovely eye.....anyways that isn't completely true as there is at least one character in KH1 who doesn't have blue eyes (he has yellow eyes instead...). Anyways there are only about 4 original characters in the game. Two of which are from the same island which possibly has a very small population meaning everyone on the island might have blue eyes. So yeah.
Has the Gummy Ship garage/crafting function proven ridiculously difficult to get the hang of for anyone else or am I just an idiot?
It feels as though the interface and control scheme is sooooooo awkward and unintuitive I am constantly just flipping my ship around on accident and struggling to move things in the correct places (and to no avail mind you...). Someone please tell me I can safely ignore this aspect of the game.... please...
You can get by with minimal use of the garage as I recall.....unless you want the platinum. Then you must master the garage for one trophy. As for the controls, they are not intuitive, but you should be able to get ahold of them without too much difficulty. Just remember X=add part, O=remove part, R1=return to part select, Left control stick=rotate part, and right control stick=rotate ship. Also remember you have to remove all parts from an area before you can put a new part in the area.