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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance

Oh Nintendo and Disney, you’ve done it again! Not only will the two of you continue to bring us loyal fans the latest and greatest chapters in Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts, like with Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, but now there’s already plans for the saga to enter the third dimension on Nintendo’s upcoming handheld system, the Nintendo 3DS. The upcoming game now officially has a name, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance – note the “three D’s” in the title. Clever, right? Square Enix has already teased some footage of Dream Drop Distance in a teaser trailer, promising a game that welcomes 3D features, with the ability to play as Sora and Riku. Take a look and get excited!

Disney unveils Kingdom Hearts 3D for Nintendo 3DS

Disney unveils Kingdom Hearts 3D for Nintendo 3DS

The latest edition in the Kingdom Hearts saga, Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, is still selling like hotcakes on the Nintendo DS platform, but that hasn’t stopped Disney or Square Enix from prepping the next chapter! And this time, we’re looking at a whole new dimension – the third! …dimension! While no release date has yet been set, Disney has confirmed Kingdom Hearts 3D will be hitting the new Nintendo 3DS system sometime “soon”. The game was teased at E3 2010 and will no doubt make an appearance at E3 2011, filled with shots of Sora, King Mickey, and others traveling out of the game and right into your eye! It’s not yet confirmed whether Kingdom Hearts 3D will be a side quest, a new direction, or a “true” sequel to the main franchise, but whatever it is, we want it!

Disney gets Kingdom Hearts Re:coded in stores

Disney gets Kingdom Hearts Recoded in stores

After the events of Kingdom Hearts II, and the Battle with Xemnas, Sora, Riku and Kairi take some time to relax on Destiny Islands. Meanwhile, Jiminy Cricket spends his time chronicling the events from the first game when he notices a line he didn’t remember writing. It seems a number of things in Jiminy’s journal have the power to create themselves spontaneously, as the gang will soon learn, spiraling through virtual levels of locations they’ve already visited in earlier game titles. There’s Destiny Islands, Traverse Town, Alice’s Wonderland, Olympus Coliseum, Agrabah, and Hollow Bastion to name a few, in addition to Disney’s Castle. Along for the ride are King Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, the Heartless, Maleficent, Pete, and many other heroes and villains from Disney’s catalog. And now, the game can be yours, as Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded hits shelves in the US on January 11th; January 14th in the UK.

Square Enix brings Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded to Nintendo DS

Square Enix brings Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded to Nintendo DS

Famitsu magazine, famous home to insider video game information, recently spoke with some of the head honchos at Square Enix, including Tetsuya Nomura. What was the purpose? To get some juicy tidbits on Disney’s Kingdom Hearts franchise! And were they successful? You betcha!! Nomura spoke about a mobile phone game in Japan that producers were unable to bring to the U.S. because of differences in the phone technology. So the company did the next best thing, and began reworking the title to with with Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi systems. The title is Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded, and because of the Nintendo DS’s added horsepower, the game will now feature 3D rendered models and a deeper battle system, incorporating elements from 358/2 Days. Square Enix also promises to sneak some Final Fantasy characters in, like Final Fantasy XIII’s Lightning. Score!

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