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I just saw a new trailer about Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, and there was a scene in the trailer that looked strange.

E3 2013

If you pause at 1:40, you can see Sora flying in Hundred Acre Wood. Yep, flying. Not just gliding. There is a difference that flying has the sparkles and gliding doesn't. There are only two worlds that you can fly freely: Neverland and End of the World, plus Atlantica if you count swimming. Flight in the End of the World is limited to certain areas. And look at the top right corner of the screen, you can see Donald and Goofy's HP and MP guages. Donald and Goofy never follow you into the Hundred Acre Wood. They just wait in Merlin's house. The only time you see them in the Hundred Acre Wood is in the World Terminus, and this isn't the area the World Terminus takes you. It's the muddy path area. You can't fly in the World Terminus (even in the Neverland part). This can't be a beta because Kingdom Hearts was released in 2002, and the Japanese version of the remix is already been released, so what's going on in this picture? SeanWheeler (talk) 20:57, 16 July 2013 (UTC)

"so what's going on in this picture?" Well... it's pretty much a developer mistake. Either that or the person mixing and editing the trailer hasn't really played the game or they really just wanted to emphasize the "adventure" aspect of the game. Or it could be Removed content. Ay, dios mio! I might be late tomorrow. - Erry 22:23, 16 July 2013 (UTC)
Not all trailers are 100% accurate, so I have to agree with ErryK on the developer mistake. Also, Donald and Goofy are shown in 100 Acre Wood in one of the PS3 wallpapers that'll be released with the pre-ordered version, but that'll be excluded. UxieLover1994 08:25, 17 July 2013 (UTC)
Removed content isn't a good excuse for a remake of a game that was released eleven years ago. And if they put that in to emphasis an adventure aspect, it is false advertising. SeanWheeler (talk) 01:42, 23 July 2013 (UTC)
If it's false advertising, so be it. False advertising is a marketing scheme anyways, and I don't really see it as a big deal if you already know that it's not going to be in there. Ay, dios mio! I might be late tomorrow. - Erry 06:17, 23 July 2013 (UTC)