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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is the seventh game in the Kingdom Hearts series, exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS hand-held system. It is a direct sequel to Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts coded, and the epilogue of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep.
The game was first announced at E3 2010, simply known as Kingdom Hearts 3D. A demo version of the game was made available on the Nintendo eShop on June 22, 2012. Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is the first game in the series to see a release in Europe and Australia before North America. (more...)
Ansem the Wise is the sage-king of Radiant Garden during Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. In order to protect his people from the darkness, he spent much of his time studying the heart with his apprentices, Braig, Dilan, Even, Aeleus, Ienzo, and Xehanort, but was eventually exiled to the Realm of Darkness when they were corrupted by that same darkness. He himself gained dark powers, renaming himself DiZ, short for "Darkness in Zero", and setting out on a quest to avenge himself against his apprentices. (more...)
Save Points (also called Save Spots) are places within worlds that any playable character can use, with the exception of Sora's Heartless in Kingdom Hearts and King Mickey in Kingdom Hearts II. Upon standing on one, the player can save the progress they have made in their travels, fully restore their HP and MP, and in Kingdom Hearts, organize the party. Save Points are dispersed throughout the worlds, usually every three or four rooms (enemies such as Heartless and Nobodies usually do not spawn in these rooms), as a tracker. There are some exceptions, however, where rooms with Save Points may be infested with enemies—such as the Rabbit Hole in Wonderland and the Palace Courtyard in Castle of Dreams. This Save Point will not appear until all enemies are defeated. (more...)
Symphony of Sorcery is a Sleeping World that is featured in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, the second to be based on the Disney film, Fantasia. Like Timeless River and Country of the Musketeers, Symphony of Sorcery is a world from Mickey's past, in particular during the period where Mickey was Yen Sid's apprentice. As a world based on music, all the sounds of battle are replaced with musical notes, and dialogue is only present in specific cutscenes. (more...)
The Mage's Staff is Donald Duck's default weapon, and it befits his mystical skill. It appears in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. (more...)
Master Xehanort is the main antagonist of the eponymous "Xehanort Saga". Believing that darkness and light should exist in perfect balance, Xehanort seeks to conquer Kingdom Hearts and recreate the worlds according to his wishes. Through his many different incarnations, including Terra-Xehanort, his Heartless, Ansem, Seeker of Darkness, and his Nobody, Xemnas, Xehanort is ultimately responsible for the series of events that repeatedly threaten the worlds with destruction, including the mass release of Heartless into the Realm of Light, and the creation of the Nobodies and Organization XIII. (more...)
Xemnas, the Superior of the In-Between, is the Nobody of Terra-Xehanort. He is the leader of the original Organization XIII, the former ruler of The World That Never Was, and a member of the True Organization XIII. He serves as the main antagonist of Kingdom Hearts II and as a supporting antagonist in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. (more...)
"Under the Sea" is a song first featured in Kingdom Hearts. It is based on the song "Under the Sea" from the 1989 Disney film, The Little Mermaid, rearranged by Yoko Shimomura for the games. (more...)