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Hmm, probably not. However, if you plan on getting other 3DS games, such as Final Fantasy Theatrhythm, like I did, then it wouldn't be that much of a problem. You question, I think is saying otherwise. The game is good, but I don't know if it's worth getting just a 3DS for just the game. If you decide against getting it, but still want to know just the plot, I would suggest either looking up gameplay/cutscenes on Youtube, or simply look up the plot at the Keyhole (Kingdomhearts.wikia.com).  Timelinesplitter Chaos 11:28, November 1, 2012 (UTC)

Hope I didn't make a mistake buying a Flame Red. I have no games for it, but I'll probably end up getting KH3D and whatever Zelda remake they come out with next. This is a bit off topic, but do you know how to run DS games on a 3DS? DarmaniTheFourth (talk) 22:42, November 1, 2012 (UTC)

^the cartridge slot works just the same; there's just room for the edge that a 3D game has. A 3Ds runs games just the same as a regular ds. I can't tell you how surprised I was that the joystick worked for ds games.

^Wow, it does? Anyways, I guess there's somthing wrong with my game card slot, 'cause the 3DS doesn't recognize when a game is in there, and when I put a game in there it makes this awful grinding sound. I'll have to either get it fixed or get a refund... DarmaniTheFourth (talk) 21:31, November 2, 2012 (UTC)

^ Yeah, it's supposed to work the same, if you still have the receipt, I would suggest getting a refund and using the refund money to buy another one, in any case, I would suggest getting it fixed at anywhere else but Gamestop.  Timelinesplitter Chaos 17:16, November 3, 2012 (UTC)
^I got it on Amazon.com, so I'll just send it back to the seller and make some more money (like $15) to buy one in better condition than the one I ordered. DarmaniTheFourth (talk) 18:36, November 3, 2012 (UTC)
^ Amazon.com is okay, I wouldn't suggest buying used items there though, I've had problems with it in the past, so have a couple of my friends. That would be the best option though.  Timelinesplitter Chaos 18:50, November 3, 2012 (UTC)
^Okay. Thank you guys for all your help on this question. But one more thing. If a 3DS has a not-working wireless switch, does that make it any less worth buying? (My internet doesn't connect too well with Nintendo products anyway.) DarmaniTheFourth (talk) 19:53, November 3, 2012 (UTC)
^ You're welcome. :D And regarding that, obviously the value would and should be diminished when comparing it to a well preserved used version, but it doesn't really affect overall gameplay on single-player games, I never really use the wireless feature of the 3DS anyways, unless I'm buying more songs to play for Final Fantasy Theatrhythm. But that's just me. The value should be diminished though (referring to the buying price), because some customers have use of it, especially in multiplayer experiences. Other than that, a 3DS should work fine without it.  Timelinesplitter Chaos 21:40, November 3, 2012 (UTC)
^Okay, thanks. You're responses have been very helpful :D DarmaniTheFourth (talk) 22:33, November 3, 2012 (UTC)

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