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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance]
Square Enix released a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue at Jump Festa 2015 in Japan. Included in the packed five-minute-long video are new scenes from the extra Birth by Sleep playable episode A Fragmentary Passage, the HD movie Back x [chi] Cover, and remastered gameplay from Dream Drop Distance. And squeezed in at the end is a snippet of new combat footage from Kingdom Hearts III.
Sora and Riku are off to the Sleeping Worlds today in their quest to aid Mickey once more with the release of Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] for 3DS. The duo will face their final task in the Mark of Mystery exam, which will have them face new enemies, traverse seven new worlds, including The Country of Musketeers and The Grid from Tron, and call upon allies from over 50 different Spirit types to lend a hand. Newcomers can also get up to speed through the new memento feature, which will recap the previous Kingdom Hearts titles.
The upcoming 3DS debut of the Kingdom Hearts series just got grander with the announcement of the Mark of Mastery Edition. Scheduled to ship alongside the standard edition on July 31, the $54.99 premium version is the first collector’s edition for North America and includes a copy of the game, a branded clear hard-case skin cover, 12 art cards, five augmented reality cards, and a magnetic box.
Square Enix has announced that Sora and Riku will be setting out again on July 31 when Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] hits store shelves for the 3DS. The duo’s latest adventure will see them facing a new threat as they venture into the Sleeping Worlds to aid King Mickey and Yen Sid.
Square Enix has sent along some new screenshots for Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance]. Seventh in the long-running series, Dream Drop Distance will feature new locations, characters, and as per the screenshots, a new world, The Grid, from Tron.
The Kingdom Hearts series will continue next year with a new 3DS adventure, Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance]. The upcoming title will, in addition to furthering the cause of brackets around the world, offer new worlds and “never-before-seen gameplay elements.”