It seems that whenever a major game is released, there is always a significant bug or two. Last year, we learned that The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword had a bug that made advancing in the story impossible and Mario Kart 7 had a bug that gave exploiters an upper hand in Nintendo Network matches. Then other high profile releases such as the PSP’s Madoka Magica Portable has recently been confirmed to have a game-breaking bug as well (apparently occurring the Sayaka route as well – boy they just love to torture Sayaka don’t they?). The latest game to join those ranks is the next in Square Enix and Disney’s critically acclaimed collaboration series – Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.
The game came in at number 1 in the video game sales charts in Japan upon its release, but Square Enix has already acknowledged that a bug exists in the game which can prevent a player from progressing further in the game. Their official advice is to use two save files when you play the game as opposed to one, so that if you encounter the glitch in one file, you can continue from the other. If the player only has one file when they encounter the glitch though, they are advised to contact Square Enix directly.
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance has recently been revealed to be coming out in the United States on 31st July, while Theatrythm Final Fantasy will be released in the US on 3rd July. There is currently no information on when/if the games will be released in Europe.