So Square Enix has screwed me again!!!!! Big Freaking Surprise. Their new little pet game is this…Kingdom Hearts 3D:Dream Drop Distance…which is not for a major console…or a PSP…but for the damn Nintendo 3DS. They think I’m going to run around like a retard with a PSP in one hand, a DS in the other, and play the 3DS with what…my feet? No way, I was lucky to have enough money to get my PSP much less another new hand held. Anyway the release date in America has yet to be announced…so all you people waiting for it, can go off and play your Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded, with I sulk and twiddle my thumbs and hope before I die I get to Play Kingdom Hearts III. Anyway here is the trailer with the best quality. Sorry it is not in English, but all the talking was already in the Re:Coded secret ending…so piece it together.
All we know about this game is Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is an upcoming game in the Kingdom Hearts series slated to be released on the recently announced Nintendo 3DS hand-held system. It was previously known as Kingdom Hearts 3D until the official title was revealed.
Dream Drop Distance focuses on Sora and Riku‘s Mark of Mastery exam, foreshadowed in Reconnect. Kingdom Hearts, the secret ending for Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, and its ending will lead fairly directly into Kingdom Hearts III. The plot will also have connections to Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. The setting of Dream Drop Distance will again be spread across several worlds; several Kingdom Hearts-original worlds will return, such as Traverse Town, but all of the Disney-based worlds will be entirely new.
However the trailer confuses me something awful. Why the hell are Sora and Riku young again? My friend spent twenty minutes babbling on how confused she was by the trailer. My idea is that Yen Sid got a little overly creative when it came to Sora and Riku’s Mark of Master Exam. I think he did some of his magic… whatever… and formed either some dream(it is called Dream Drop Distance), alternate dimension, or another world, or just flat out sent them back in time…wait that last one is dumb. Scratch that! Either way, he probably did some weird shit for their exam and here we are… Hey but we can go to Paris in the Hunchback of Notre Dame now…FINALLY!!!
I know these pictures suck, but just bear with me…you go with what you got. Anyway all this info is still unreliable, considering none of the details are set in stone. I just wanted to inform all you Kingdom Heart Fanatics what was going on…until next time.
As I put the post on Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded, I realized something. I completely forgot to Post about Birth By Sleep. Well, how dare I completely forget this game. I actually liked this game. So I say to myself, “Self Go Post about This game.” When it came out, I quietly cried to myself, because yet another Kingdom Hearts installment was NOT for a major consul. The thing that made me extra sad was the fact it came out for PSP. My brother had a PSP and the dumb shit, broke it…some few months after he got it. Forlorn, I sulked until I received my report card. I had good grades and get a wonderful idea. I call my mother and tell her about my wonderful grades, and ask if I could get myself a present for good grades. She asks what. I tell her “Oh, a PSP.” She of course asks how much it costs. “Like a hundred” (complete lie) She agrees and off I go to gamestop. Instead of buying the used PSP which was like $100, I buy the deluxe silver addition with Birth By sleep included with it. It was like $200…I didn’t tell my mom that.
Anyway, my friend already has this game, so of course he starts begging me to go to the arena with him. I started out as Ven, so I walk Ven’s happy butt to the arena to be greeted by his level 40 something Aqua. Long story short, I got my ass kicked hard, (my friend said raped in the face hard) and that’s how bad I lost. I left sulking and proceeded to play by myself, until I though my Ven had leveled up enough to take on his Aqua.
I march into the Arena with my Olympus Key blade thinking I’m a total bad ass!!! And there is that damn Aqua again…Level 61…all abilities maxed out…with some No Name Keyblade…WHAT THE HELL IS THAT SHIT!!!!
I died again…It was like watching a rottweiler attack a chihuahua. Anyway I didn’t fight him again…cause I was scared, but I didn’t hesitate to play with him if we tag teamed his sister. That or to have him help level me up. I still refused to fight him until I had completed my aqua story, and too maxed out all her abilities. However I still have yet to get the No Name Keyblade, because in order to get it you have to fight the Mysterious Figure back at the Land of Departure… he is a total bitch!!!!!
I can’t remember how many times I fought this douche bag and got my butt kicked, again, and again, and again…did I mention and again. My friend said he was easier to beat as Terra…but man, after the eleven billion times dying as Aqua, I gave up. “Screw this keyblade.” I says to myself.
Anyway I fought my friend, I was like level 64 or something, and It was finally relatively well matched despite my disadvantage without the No Name. We would cart-wheel around like retards and shoot balls of light at one another until someone died.
All together I enjoyed this game, relieved that Square Enix finally released a game on a Sony product for one instead of the DS. Despite all my frustrations, I enjoyed sucking Unversed into tornadoes of doom, obliterating entire groups as rocks shot up from the ground, or raped countless unversed with spiraling balls of light. Despite Terra’s stupid dodge…(which made me mad the entire time I played as him) I had oddles of fun playing this game. I strongly recommend it for Kingdom Hearts fans.
Sadly this may be the last kingdom Hearts I play for a while until they finally release Kingdom Hearts III for a major consile…IF THEY EVER DO!!! Again Square Enix torture me with Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded, and now Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance (Kingdom Hearts 3D), so unless I buy a damn DS I will just have to suffer with my bloody, RPG, shooters.
For all those people who want the entire back story for this thing…well I was nice enough to supply it. Here you go.
Warning Contains Spoilers
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep begins in the Land of Departure, where three Keyblade wielders and close friends—Terra, Aqua, and Ventus (more commonly known as Ven)—train to become Keyblade Masters under Master Eraqus. To achieve this rank, Keyblade Apprentices must take the Mark of Mastery exam once they come of age. Terra and Aqua take this test together, but while Aqua passes the test, Terra is deemed unfit to become a Keyblade Master due to the abundant darkness in his heart. Afterward, a group of mysterious creatures called the Unversed begin to surface in other worlds, and another Keyblade Master, Xehanort, disappears without a trace. Terra is sent to destroy the Unversed and find Master Xehanort, who had earlier encouraged him to embrace the darkness in his heart if he desires the strength to become a Keyblade master. Ven, meanwhile, is goaded into following Terra by Xehanort’s mysterious apprentice Vanitas, against Eraqus’s wishes. Aqua is dispatched by Eraqus to survey Terra and keep him from falling into darkness, as well as to bring Ventus back to the Land of Departure.
Upon arriving in other worlds, Terra, Aqua, and Ventus encounter various Disney characters, new and old, fighting off hordes of Unversed along the way. Among the characters they meet is Mickey Mouse, apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, who is also on a mission to destroy the Unversed. Terra ends up attracting the attention of several Disney villains, who offer him the whereabouts of Master Xehanort in exchange of assistance for their own dark agendas. Terra reasons that Master Xehanort is after the seven Princesses of Heart—maidens who lack darkness in their hearts—and encourages Aqua to help them strengthen the light in their hearts, hoping it will draw Master Xehanort out. However, Aqua and Ven grow increasingly concerned for Terra when they hear rumors of him committing sinister deeds throughout other worlds. The three briefly reunite at Radiant Garden, where Aqua meets Kairi, a young girl containing a strong and pure light in her heart, and helps strengthen her light. Aqua and Ven also confront Terra, who distances himself from them to keep them out of the way of his increasingly dangerous dark powers. Terra and Aqua try to convince Ven to return to the Land of Departure, but he refuses until he is certain Terra won’t fall into darkness.
Terra and Aqua eventually find themselves at Destiny Islands, where they encounter two young boys, Sora and Riku. Terra sees potential within Riku and deems him worthy of one day wielding the Keyblade, while Aqua senses strong ties with Sora and Riku to Ven and Terra, respectively. Ven, meanwhile, comes across Master Xehanort, who reveals his intentions to use Ven’s heart to create a final Keyblade known as the χ-blade, something Master Xehanort says Master Eraqus had known all along. Ven returns to the Land of Departure to confront Eraqus, who tries to erase Ven to prevent Master Xehanort’s plans from succeeding. However, Terra, who had been sent there by Xehanort, misinterprets the situation and attacks Eraqus, teleporting Ven to safety. As soon as Terra realizes his error, Master Xehanort arrives and cruelly kills Eraqus and tells Terra to go to the Keyblade Graveyard, leaving the Land of Departure to be consumed by darkness. At Destiny Islands, Ven once again encounters Vanitas and learns of his hazy past: Ventus was once Master Xehanort’s apprentice, but his heart was deemed too frail for Master Xehanort to use him as he intended, so he extracted the darkness in Ven’s heart and used it to create Vanitas. As with Terra before him, Ven is instructed by Vanitas to go to the Keyblade Graveyard. Aqua, in the meantime, learns of Eraqus’s death from Yen Sid, who tells her to go to the Keyblade Graveyard as well.
Terra, Aqua, and Ventus gather at the Keyblade Graveyard, where the remains of the mysterious Keyblade War are found. Master Xehanort appears with Vanitas and reveals his plan to use the χ-blade to unlock Kingdom Hearts and unleash the forbidden secrets of the Keyblade War onto the various worlds, as well as to use Terra’s body as a new vessel for his own heart so that he may survive long enough to see his plans come to fruition. An epic battle ensues, with Xehanort freezing Ven, and Vanitas knocking Aqua unconscious. In his rage, Terra unleashes the darkness in his heart, inadvertently allowing Xehanort to unlock his own heart and successfully transfer it into Terra’s body, which results in the birth of a new, younger Xehanort. However, Terra’s mind continues to linger in his discarded suit of Armor, which comes to life and defeats Xehanort. Ven, meanwhile, manages to thaw himself before Vanitas can kill Aqua, and discovers his dark counterpart to be the source of all Unversed. Vanitas merges with Ven, possessing him and creating the χ-blade. Aqua awakens under Mickey’s care, and the two fight the possessed Ventus while he battles Vanitas from within. Aqua shatters the χ-blade as Ven destroys Vanitas, bringing an end to the Unversed, though Ven’s heart is lost in the process. The destroyed χ-blade unleashes a burst of light, which consumes everyone present and scatters them to the corridors of space, save for Terra’s Lingering Will, which remains in the Keyblade Graveyard.
Mickey saves Aqua and Ventus and brings them to the Mysterious Tower, where Aqua learns that Ven has fallen into a deep sleep and will not awaken until his heart returns. Aqua brings Ven back to the ruins of the Land of Departure, where she discovers Master Eraqus’s Keyblade, and uses it to unlock the Chamber of Waking and recreates the world as Castle Oblivion from the ruins. After leaving Ven within the chamber, Aqua goes to Radiant Garden where she encounters Master Xehanort still in Terra’s body, but having lost some of his memories. Aqua then battles Xehanort who after the fight attempts to unlock his heart, losing his memories completely in the process. Soon after, Terra’s body starts sinking into darkness, but Aqua dives into the darkness and saves Terra from disappearing. Realizing her glider won’t be able to make it back through the portal in time, Aqua sacrifices herself by discarding her armor and using it to guide her glider, Terra-Xehanort in tow, back through the portal leaving herself behind and lost in the Realm of Darkness. Xehanort is discovered by Ansem the Wise, ruler of Radiant Garden, and goes on to become his apprentice. Ventus’s wandering heart finds its way to young Sora, merging with the young boy’s heart.
An unlockable secret ending shows the hearts of Terra and Master Xehanort lying dormant in Xehanort’s body, waiting to see which will control it in the end, with Eraqus’s heart revealed to be sealed within Terra’s. It also shows a recovered Xehanort walking with Braig as Ansem the Wise and Ienzo pass by. Shortly after the end of Kingdom Hearts II, Aqua encounters Ansem the Wise in the Dark Margin. Ansem, who had survived the explosion of his Kingdom Hearts Encoder with few of his memories remaining, reveals to Aqua that while darkness threatens to swallow the worlds again, hope lies in the form of Sora, who prepares to set out on another journey to help all of those whose hearts are connected to his.
Until again…my Kingdom Hearts junkies.
OK so I bought a PSP just to play Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep. I really enjoyed that game spending way too much time running around repeating rounds in levels to gain experience and find all the different moves I could do. Terra was a pain in my ass because his dodge sucked, but man he was a power house. Ventus was way better than Terra, finding his roll more adequate than Terra’s
stupid thrust or whatever it was call. I also enjoyed Ventus’ attack Salvation, which restore his health and smote everything around him. My all time favorite was Aqua of course with her cartwheel and uber awesome magic attacks…Anyway I beat the game on hard and got the secret ending…YAY!!! Shows me all this stuff…blah blah blah…and my reaction is YAY maybe finally Square Enix will come out with Kingdom Hearts III already. Wrong! No sooner did I beat Birth by Sleep I hear Square Enix was soon to release Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded. I had heard about this game some place or another, and so i was, “Ok cool another game. Birth by sleep was awesome.” To my dismay it was for the Nintendo DS as was Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. I don’t have a damn DS! I bought a PSP for birth by Sleep but i was not going to get a DS for this game. I find no interest in owning a DS, I like long lengthy games with blood, and shooting, and nice graphics, not the bull they come out with. My PSP can hook up to my PS3 but the DS you have nothing! Anyway, let us step away from my ranting. Again I must suffer because I can’t get anouther game in the kingdom hearts franchise. This was true until I read the review in my game informer. It was spewing off something about how king Mickeyis reading over Sora’s journal from Kingdom Hearts II. He finds a message that was not written by Jimmy and wonders what it means. Mickey in turn creates a type of virtual Sora and converts the journal into data to have virtual Sora cypher out the data. OK, Really!? What the hell is this. Then again Sora has to go through and do the same tedious worlds AGAIN, to unlock whatever bull is going on. I lost all interest in playing this game, and was not so sad for not being able to get this. My friend had preordred it so i’m waiting to see what he has to say, then maybe I will change my opinion. Either way I though I would supply this site with a little info on the game…
To investigate the mysterious message he finds in the journal, King Mickey digitizes the contents of the journal and goes into the simulated world to investigate, awakening a virtual Sora on the virtual Destiny Islands to carry out the contents of the journal to uncover the identity of “them”. As Sora awakens on Destiny Islands, he encounters numerous “bugs“, which take the form of red and black Heartless, covering the whole world. Upon eliminating the Heartless and destroying the bugs, Sora traverses to other worlds infected with bugs to return them to normal, following a mysterious cloaked figure upon orders from King Mickey.
Meanwhile, Heartless begin appearing within Disney Castle, and everyone finds themselves trapped in the room. To their surprise, they are saved by Data Sora as the cloaked figure reveals himself to an incarnation of Jiminy’s Journal taking the form of Riku, explaining how he gave Mickey the message before digitizing him and the others into the journal before a hacking occur that traps the group. Sora sets off to give Mickey’s group the means to return to their world, only to encounter Pete who also got digitized by the journal while spying on Mickey under orders from Maleficent who also arrives to make use of the data worlds. Maleficent destroys Data Sora’s Keyblade and summons Heartless to attack him as Mickey and the Journal save him before Maleficent spirits the latter away. Sora makes his way through Hollow Bastion, aided by Donald and Goofy. They encounter Pete, who summons the bug-infected Journal to fight them, but Sora still manages to defeat the Journal, who falls unconscious.
Mickey arrives and informs Sora that unless the bugs are destroyed, the Journal will never awaken. Sora decides to find a way to awaken the Journal, and enters Riku’s data world, losing his abilities in the process. The two visit various worlds from the Data Riku’s memory and find their way back to Hollow Bastion, where they fight and defeat Maleficent. Meanwhile, King Mickey discovers that he will be returning soon to the real world, but the Journal, once completed, will have to be erased, which will mean the end of Data Sora’s memories. When the time comes, Sora requests more time in order to save Pete and Maleficent, who are still in the data world. Sora finds them fighting Sora’s Heartless, but Pete and Maleficent are seemingly erased before he can intervene. Sora defeats Sora’s Heartless, and finds that Pete and Maleficent were rescued by the Journal through a “rift in the data”. They leave the Data world shortly before Mickey returns to the real world, erasing the Journal. A new message appears claiming that a new door to a new world has been opened, which is the data of the data world added into the Journal. Mickey, realizing that this quest may be too dangerous for Data Sora as he has no memory of it, requests to be taken into the Data World once again.
Finding Data Sora in Traverse Town, Mickey takes him to Castle Oblivion where Data Sora is confronted by a young man wearing a black coat. He tells Sora that if he wants to know the truth, he must move forward on his own through the previous worlds he visited destroying bugs. During this time, Data Sora realizes that even if he doesn’t remember someone he’s met, there’s still the sadness of having forgotten them which the figure attempts to warn not to let it consume him. Sora disregards this message and fights the figure, revealed to be a data incarnation of Roxas. After losing to Sora, Roxas gives him a card as Mickey appears. Sora opens the next door to find a data-based Naminé, revealing the bugs to have been an unintentional side effect of Naminé’s attempt to restore Sora’s memories. She then reveals Sora’s nature as the “key that connects everything” through his ties with herself, Roxas, Xion, and Axel. Furthermore, as she would soon ceased to be upon fulfilling her objective, Data Naminé tells Data Sora about three other figures (Terra, Aqua and Ven) also tied to Sora’s heart who need his help. Mickey bids farewell to Data Sora and promises Data Naminé that he will inform the real Sora of this. In the final scene, he does it by sending Sora a bottled letter, containing the message found after the end-credits in Kingdom Hearts II.
In a secret ending exclusive to Re:coded, Mickey meets with Yen Sid to discuss the whereabouts of Ventus’ heart, leaving only Terra to be found. However, Yen Sid also presents a shocking revelation that the destruction of “Ansem” and Xemnas has restored Xehanort, and not just “a single one of him”. Fearing that one Keyblade Master alone will not be enough to counter the threat, Yen Sid orders Mickey to summon Sora and Riku to him, intending to put them through the Mark of Mastery exam to make them full-fledged Keyblade Masters in order to properly combat Xehanort and eventually Master Xehanort.
Here you guys go. Just from watching this, I have all I need to know about this game.
That’s exactly what i asked myself. For two entire games already Sora has his goals to find Kairi the love of his life but he has never kissed her. How wrong is that! The entire second game Sora feels all mushy inside thinking of Kairi when he sees the charters in the other worlds getting together. Will and Elizabeth, Aladin and Jasmin, and whoever else i don’t care to remember. He is madly in love with this girl and the creators of this game are just so cruel they don’t even let them KISS!~! I told myself while i was playing Kingdom Hearts 2 that if they didn’t kiss at the end i was going to snap the game in half. Of course at the end of the game nothing happens Sora and Riku return home and Sora doesn’t even kiss her then. I couldn’t do it, break my copy i mean, but it’s still messed up. They better kiss in the third one because we don’t get to see them for the next few games. Darn Japanese making us America’s wait in suspense!