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Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance will feature characters and settings from the 2010 film, Tron: Legacy.
The Tron world will be called The Grid, and will feature appearances by Kevin and Sam Flynn, and Quorra. The news comes from the Japanese publication Jump, which has screenshots from the game showing off the aforementioned characters.
Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance, a title that is 32 characters long (not including spaces) and nine total syllables, will release in North America sometime this year.
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Not really news, that was in the last trailer that they released, still cool though...
i wish Kingdom Hearts would finally come to PS3!!!!
Guess I need to buy a 3DS...
I really liked one and two but the series is suffering from "dead horse" syndrome.
The newest trailer has a lot of good stuff in it
It seems like the logical next step, Kingdom Hearts 2 had the original Tron and Tron Legacy has since been released. I like Tron and I don't mind this at all... but the Tron characters don't fit in at all with Kingdom Hearts characters. The realistic faces next to cartoony faces looks really weird.
Cool, but this would've been cooler as a console game
Kyle, they've also confirmed a Fantasia inspired world called Symphony of Sorcery.
Well, Kyle, I'll give you props for at least trying to post some news. Still, you guys posted the very video that revealed this, the other day. Seems like a long observation time.
This is old news, since it was in that nine minute video from a couple of months ago.
Sora will look so cute in the Tron outfit! Too bad this article didn't include a stateside release date....
With the numerous accounts and events, an expansion for the stories behind Kingdom Hearts as a whole is necessary. However, after all these visits to alternate universes in the Disney world, I'm sure they'll come up with a KH3 and hopefully soon.
Awesome! The Tron level in Kingdom Hearts 2 was awesome, so I'm glad they're advancing the story.