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A Look At Kingdom Hearts' 10th Anniversary Box
Plus, random tidbits on Dream Drop Distance.
02.20.12 - 8:57 PM

Square Enix had recently announced (for Japan) that a 10th anniversary box for its Kingdom Hearts series would release at the same time as Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance - that is, next month. The box would include the 3DS game, plus Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded, both DS titles, plus extras like postcards and fancy packaging.

Here's what it looks like.

10th Anniversary Box (JP) 10th Anniversary Box Contents (JP)

In other news, Japanese magazines this week mention that Dream Drop Distance's Tron world is called 'The Grid' and gave a first look, though screens haven't quite made it online. There was also a look at Radiant Garden where you come across Organization XIII members Axel, Zexion, and Lexaeus... who aren't dressed as Organization XIII members. They appear in their regular forms: Lea, Ienzo, and Aeleus.

Some of the Dream Eaters can be created via synthesis or collecting Dream Pieces. You'll need AR cards for rare ones - one such card comes in first-print editions of the game. Another is found in the Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream World Navigation guide, but it's not mentioned what this card holds.

Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance releases on March 29th in Japan, and later this year overseas.


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