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Square Enix Announces US and European Release for Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance]
Yes, apparently things get put in brackets now. Like [duodecim].
12.20.11 - 10:20 AM

Square Enix announced today that they will be releasing Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] in both the United States and Europe in 2012. Featuring 3D graphics and brand-new gameplay elements, Kingdom Hearts 3D allows players to control both Sora and Riku as they explore plenty of new Disney worlds. Specifically announced was La Cite des Cloches, the world from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. As well, Sora and Riku will be able to recruit brand new creatures called Dream Eaters that can fight alongside them.

Tetsuya Nomura, director of Kingdom Hearts 3D, had this to say: "With the tenth anniversary of the series on the horizon, the current Kingdom Hearts saga is approaching its climactic conclusion. The story of this game will serve as the opening chapter of the final conflict, and, as always, will be full of surprises. In order to best implement this element of surprise and discover new realms of possibility, we have chosen Nintendo 3DS as our platform. With its revolutionary new game system, this title will not only be a bold, exhilarating tale of adventure, but also a first look into the future form of the Kingdom Hearts series."

Keep your eyes peeled to RPGFan for more information as it becomes available.


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