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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Signature Series Guide (Bradygames Signature Guides) Paperback – July 31, 2012

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  • Series: Bradygames Signature Guides
  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: BradyGames (July 31, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0744014026
  • ISBN-13: 978-0744014020
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 0.4 x 10.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,153 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By P. Romance VINE VOICE on August 4, 2012
Format: Paperback
Let me tell you one thing: My only reason I bought this guide in the first place was for the maps so I can locate hard-to-find chests. So, my expectations were pretty low at the start. Despite my negative thoughts, I did find this guide to be extremely helpful in navigating the intricate environment of the Kingdom Hearts' 7 worlds. However, there were a couple of flaws that can be off putting.

First, the quality of the book left much to be desired. The pages are flimsy. On par with magazine pages. They have this tendency to get those "wrinkles." Second, the setup was plain wrong. You know what they did? They actually placed the Bestiary before the walkthrough! Normally, it is usually placed in the back of the book where you can go to it as a reference, when needed. Not crucial knowledge to the game. So, who made this wise decision is beyond my comprehension. If you don't want any spoilers of future bosses, I suggest skipping to page 76.

Other than that, this guide will give you decent advice. At the start, it goes into the basics of the game: controls, main characters, etc. Next, you will learn about the spirits and how to take care of them. It gives a table of all available Friendly Spirits that you can create. (What would've been useful if they actual put information of the recipe location of where to get each one.) Then the Dream Eater Enemy Bestiary. Followed by the Boss Bestiary. And finally, you will reach the walkthrough. Each world is preface with the character information of the characters you will meet. They do sometime add some spoilers to these blurbs, so read them at your own risk. Next, the best part, is the maps of the towns. They only show where the Boss battle will be and where all the treasures chest are located.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Chris Melton on August 28, 2012
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When I bought the BradyGames guide to Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, I was expecting this to be just as descriptive, organized, and well-put-together. Mistake.This guide doesn't help at all with secrets of the game. I have favorites in my Internet sidebar to help me with secrets to this game, but I kept telling myself, "the guide will be here in a couple days, and it'll help me with everything." Mistake. I had this thing for a grand total of 30 seconds before I realized it was useless. Let me tell you my process of realizing this.

I open the package to see that the book is alot smaller than the one for 358/2 Days. I open the guide to see a table of contents page. I think, "Oh, well isn't that organized." I turn the page to see a list of characters, nothing different here. Moving on, a page telling me the objective of the game, controls, screen layout, etc. Next Section, Spirits (Dream Eaters). I see Problem #1. The book only tells you what items you need to synthesize your companions, and not how many of that item you need to make them or what rank they will be if you use those items.

Moving on, the next section is Dream Eater Enemy Bestiary. Problem #2: The guide doesn't tell you what items they drop if you are looking for a certain item to synthesize Dream Eaters. The book only tells you where to find them. But it's useless to know where they are if you don't know the items they drop. It tells you other things like HP, Magic, Defense, and other things a person that just wants to keep pressing the Attack button wouldn't care about. Next the Boss Bestiary is the same stuff, but I wouldn't trust it because it's telling me that the secret, most powerful boss in the game (Julius) is less powerful than Rinzler when you fight him in the secret portal.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Gomez on September 1, 2012
Format: Paperback
No, seriously. This guide is very incomplete. I'll make a review of this guide on how much it is lacking, seriously. I'll give you my pros and cons like I do with my other reviews.

Pros:
Very good maps and tell you where everything is. Not bad.
Characters bios are in the book and tell you who they are and why they are important (though all the info was taken from the game itself.)
Not bad boss battle strategies. Gives you a good explanation on how to beat the bosses of the game.
From Sora to Riku. The guide goes from Sora, to Riku, to Sora, to Riku, which is exactly what happens when you drop in the game.

Cons: (SO MANY!!!)
My first UGH of the book is the placement of the Dream Eaters/enemies/bosses in the guide. IT'S NEAR THE BEGINNING OF THE GUIDE! Many guides, the good ones, always place the enemies/bosses in the end of the guide, or after the walkthrough of the guide.
The enemy guide is very, very, very incomplete. It only tells you the stats of the enemy, and it only tells you where they are located, which doesn't really tell you much. They also tell you the resistances and of the resistances of them, but even then, that isn't much to go on. The BIGGEST FACTOR of the enemy guide being terrible is the item drops...THERE IS NONE!!!! You don't know what they drop. If you go to the item list, you don't know who drops it. It's terrible.
Even the techniques are incomplete as they tell you what they are, but don't tell you on how to get it, or which Dream Eaters have the technique.
Also, all the abilities that you get are all from the Dream Eaters. All Magic, Defense, and Attack come from leveling up, and HP comes from doing areas in a world. But the abilities are what seriously count in surviving in the game.
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