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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance

    Original release date: 03/29/2012

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is a sequel to Kingdom Hearts Re:coded and originally released on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan (March 29, 2012), Europe (July 20, 2012), Australia (July 26, 2012) and North America (July 31, 2012). 

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    • By Nahara Vol.5
      I was replaying DDD and when this scene came up I couldn't help but notice that Sora's 'friendship speech' triggers a really strong reaction in Xigbar (Luxu). He heard our protagonist say stuff like this multiple times in the past but something in this particular statement really gets to him for some reason. I have a couple of theories about why this may be, but I'd like to hear yours first in order not to influence your answers with my own speculation.
      (Time stamp is: 6:46)
      What do you guys think?!
    • By Leamax
      Yen Press has announced Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance will be getting a light novel. The novel will be available on October 29th with a price of $14.00. Pre-orders are now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Indiebound. 
      So far, Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II (Vol 1 and Vol 2), Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep have released light novels with Kingdom Hearts Re:coded releasing later this year. Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] has a light novel [Kingdom Hearts X: The Story of You and the Keyblade] available for Japan and has yet to have a localization.

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    • By Leamax
      Yen Press has announced Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance will be getting a light novel. The novel will be available on October 29th with a price of $14.00. Pre-orders are now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Indiebound. 
      So far, Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II (Vol 1 and Vol 2), Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep have released light novels with Kingdom Hearts Re:coded releasing later this year. Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] has a light novel [Kingdom Hearts X: The Story of You and the Keyblade] available for Japan and has yet to have a localization.
    • By Allwil13
      Let me just preface this by saying that this is not me complaining about people not liking Kingdom Hearts 3D. Everyone is different, and everyone views things differently. Please don't take this topic as a trap or as me saying "the game is amazing! You guys are wrong!" I am not going to attack you or argue with you; I just want your opinion. This topic is purely for curiosity's sake. 
      Kingdom Hearts 3D is one of my favourite Kingdom Hearts games. Like literally tied for first place with Birth by Sleep. No joke. Ever since I first played it it has been one of my two favourite entries in the series. I love the story, I LOVE the combat (particularly the flowmotion) and I love the flexibility of the Dream Eater party system. I always thought that this was a common opinion, that the majority of people loved the game as much as I did. It was only over the past couple of months that I noticed a lot of people citing 3D as one of the series' worst entries, some even calling it garbage. Needless to say, I was quite taken aback when I saw these responses, and it has since begged the question: Why do people hate this entry so much? If you don't like Kingdom Hearts 3D, please tell me why here. I'm interested to hear your thoughts on where this game went wrong. Again, this is not me criticizing or arguing. I just want to be able to see the big picture.
      Thanks guys, and may our hearts be our guiding keys.  
    • By gepugg
      You might remember that back in the Ultimania for Dream Drop Distance, Masashi Nakamichi the Sub-Lead Programmer for the game, revealed a fun secret about how one of the cutscenes was made. This is what he said back in 2012:
      Thanks to long time Kingdom Hearts fan and dataminer, 13th Vessel, we can now see what Nakamichi was talking about! Check it out the video below. (Make sure you watch till the very end!)
      In order to have the first person angle for Xehanort within the cutscene, the developers had to edit his body proportions and move the camera around, resulting in him having a tiny head!  Similar tricks were previously found in Kingdom Hearts II by Boundary Break, revealing scenes where models were messed around with to achieve certain angles in cutscenes.
      13th Vessel has contribute to a number of discoveries within the code in the Kingdom Hearts games, including the deleted world of Monsters, Inc. in Kingdom Hearts II and assets from Kingdom Hearts 2.8. Check out his YouTube channel for more interesting discoveries (and clips of him playing around the worlds on Kingdom Hearts games!)
      What hidden camera tricks have you seen in Kingdom Hearts? Let us know in the comments below! 

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