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Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep

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Clamoring for Kingdom Hearts 3? Well you'll have to hold onto your britches for just a little longer as Square Enix teases its fans with Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep for the PSP, a prequel that follows the latest trend and keeps the series appearing on the handhelds. You can rest easy however, as the latest small screen entry is much better than its predecessors. The story takes place 10... Read Review

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