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Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance

Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance Is Finally Dated For North America

Gamers in Japan may already be enjoying the slightly confusing narrative and fun gameplay that Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance provides, but thankfully gamers in North America won’t have to wait too long for the game.  Today Square Enix has announced that the Nintendo 3DS debut of the Kingdom Hearts franchise will be released in North America on July 31st. 

Square Enix Goes All Out With Special Kingdom Hearts Anniversary/KH3D Presentation


Knowing that the Kingdom Hearts franchise is now ten years old makes me feel incredibly old and just want to just go into old man mode based on what kids are playing these days. Having played Kingdom Hearts when it first came out it’s nice to see the franchise still maintain a nice level of popularity ten years later, even if the story requires a massive chart to be laid out in an attempt to make one element make sense.

TRON: Legacy Is Fully Revealed In Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance

Right now I’m an extremely envious and slightly mad gamer but at the same time my inner geek is going nuts.  Last December it was revealed that TRON: Legacy would be included as one of the new worlds in Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, the new KH spin-off game scheduled to appear on the Nintendo DS.  Out of the new worlds Square Enix and Disney are adding in Kingdom Hearts 3D, the TRON world by far held the most excitement amongst Kingdom Hearts gamers and those who simply love TRON since as most of us know TRON = goodness of the coolest kind.

The World Of TRON Returns To Kingdom Hearts

Despite being a Kingdom Hearts fan I haven’t been paying too much to Kingdom Hearts 3D. With my current portable action destined to be on the PlayStation Vita fulltime I had kind of pushed KH3D aside partly because it seemed to be a bit of a rehash and because the KH series has gotten somewhat nonsensical as of late. Don’t get me wrong, I still enjoy the general concept of Kingdom Hearts but the series has somewhat become too big for its own good and honestly, I think most gamers just want a legit version of Kingdom Hearts 3 instead of prequels. 

Is this our first look at the next Kingdom Hearts game? [RUMOR]

One of the staples of the Kingdom Hearts series has been to give gamers a tease of the next entry in the form of a brief teaser trailer.  At the end of KH1 we got a short teaser depicting characters clad in black hoods while KH2 gave us the bonus vid depicting some armored clad warriors engaging in battle.  The subsequent Kingdom Hearts spin-off games have continued this bonus video tradition and today we have what could be our first tease of the next Kingdom Hearts game.

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