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I'm so-so about it. The story was really something, and it had the right amount of difficulty. However, it could have been so much more in terms of gameplay, like we could've gotten to use some of the Org's abilities beyond the Limit Breaks. We also weren't informed of the relationship between the lesser Nobodies and the Organization XIII members. We also could have learned a little bit more about who numbers 9-12 used to be before their Nobody personas came into being.
However, the way the Organization treated Roxas and his friends wasn't at all out of character, and I could truly see why Roxas wanted to leave the Organization besides Xion.
Overall, Days could have been better, but it at least had a decent story.
I only disliked two things about this game but they were enough to make me most likely never replay it. For one, I absolute loathed the magic system in this game. Magic was pretty much useless because you could only use your equipped spells once. Your spells were limited to however many spells you had equipped. Once you ran out, you just sorta ran out. They weren't even all that powerful either. I practically nevered used magic in this game because of how limited it was.
I found the Blizzard series to be the absolute worst spells in the game. Fire and Thunder were my staples, especially Thundaga, because it was overpowered, accurate 90% of the time; and there only about 4 enemies resistant to it. Jolt was a bonus.
This is so true! After getting all the magic, I don't think I used anything other than fire and thundaga, and occasionally aeroga. I think the only time I used any blizzard type spells was using blizzaga on the Emerald Serenade missions. The magic system definitely was not balanced D=
The bosses weren't that difficult at all. In fact, a lot of them were actually pretty easy. The problem was that they had ridiculous amounts of HP. The bosses were never legitimately difficult; they just had obnoxious amounts of HP which made defeating them take practically forever. This is a massive copout when it comes to boss design.Wasn't a big favorite of mine and was kind of a let down for me, after getting it. Mostly, because I was hyped up over the cutscenes and mystery fourteenth member. I mean, I wanted this game more then Birth by sleep, as crazy as that sounds. Only, to be let down over certain things. Was a good game, but I think it could have been done differently or maybe even better. For a ds game, it's what I more or less expected it to be.
I liked playing it, but the boss fights were pretty hard, especially in Halloween town. Having to find stuff, in certain missions, aggravated me more then anything else. That I would spend countless hours looking for that spot or icon. But, the cutscenes, made all those hours doing missions and bosses, worth it. Was surprised how easy it was to fight Riku for a boss, he should have been harder.
I liked the insight we had, about certain things in the organization XIII. I would have liked to know more about them, but what we got, answered a few things I wanted to know. Guess I'll go ahead and say it, yes I felt bad for Xion at the end, but the rest of the time, I wasn't thrilled with her or learning what she was.
Playing the other organization 13 members, was fun though. Overall, I would play it again.
You lose all respect saying any part of the Tony Hawks Pro Skater part of the series was bad(notice I said pro skater).
If you would have said Underground 2, American Wasteland, or even Ride and Shred I'd take it a bit more seriously.
Like a lot of people have said on the forums you know a game is bad when you can take it out and it doesn't affect the story all that much. When it was brought up some years ago this game was being made everyone was excited why because it was about Roxas who might as well took over as main character in KH2. Fast forward to it's release we see it for what it is at least most people did the game was more about everyone else than it was for Roxas he was there, but it felt more like they made it Xion's game.
In the end this is one of the games just like KH2 and Re:coded that will be criticized the most.