King Mickey and Yen Sid prepare for an impending threat by putting Sora and Riku through the Mark of Mastery exam.
31 July 2012 (USA)
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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
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Originally, elements based on Fantasia 2000 were to be included in Symphony of Sorcery, in which Riku would go to those parts, and Sora in the original Fantasia, however, Nomura found that they "had enough to work with" with the original Fantasia. See more
In the Sleeping Worlds, real time does not flow. Unless one restores the world by waking it from its slumber, it will stay locked in a dream forever. Thus, you may encounter familiar faces... but they are just figments of the dream. In actuality, they are sound asleep - trapped within a world that is also sleeping. What's more, whilst someone may no longer dwell in the real version of a world, dreams may paint a fuller picture, and restore what seems to be missing.
During the credits, the letters that the characters interact with spell out "This leads to kingdom hearts" and when Sora and Riku walk into the light the black lines they create make the roman numeral for 3 (III). See more
Follows Kingdom Hearts II