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Kingudamu hâtsu 3D: Dorîmu doroppu disutansu (2012)

King Mickey and Yen Sid prepare for an impending threat by putting Sora and Riku through the Mark of Mastery exam.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sora / Vanitas (voice)
Riku (voice)
Young Xehanort (voice)
Ansem / Xehanort (voice)
Paul St. Peter ...
Xemnas (voice)
Master Xehanort (voice)
Braig / Xigbar (voice)
Aeleus (voice) (as Dave Boat)
Ienzo (voice) (as Vincent Corazza)
Lea / Axel (voice)
Jesse David Corti ...
Neku Sakuraba (voice)
Aaron Spann ...
Raimu 'Rhyme' Bito (voice) (as Ashley Rose)
Crawford Wilson ...
Daisukenojo 'Beat' Bito (voice)


King Mickey and Yen Sid prepare for an impending threat by putting Sora and Riku through the Mark of Mastery exam.

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Release Date:

31 July 2012 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance  »

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According to Nomura, the reason Sora sees a vision of Vanitas standing next to Young Xehanort is due to Ventus' heart within Sora reacting to Young Xehanort's presence. See more »


Sora: So, if we get Tron's "source code" back from CLU, we can put him back to normal, right?
Kevin Flynn: That's the idea.
Sora: Great! Thanks mister.
[Sora starts to leave]
Kevin Flynn: Where are you going?
Sora: I'm going after CLU.
Kevin Flynn: Do you even know where he is?
Sora: Nope! No idea.
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Crazy Credits

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 »


References Steamboat Willie (1928) See more »

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Sora: space time oddysee?
22 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

3DD is a gimmicky thing for sure…it ties together the series too well and feels tacky…. and made me believe it was the true sequel-which i was disappointed about until i realised. the game essentially takes place in sora and rikus dreams as they pull the worlds back into reality. however, without revealing too much- it appears that others have followed them as part of some grand scheme.

the gameplay and graphics are surprisingly good for a hand-held game- and it was far easier to play than its predecessors like BBS or coded. the new mechanics were a welcome touch- however the dream eater system felt like a test for pokemons poke-amid idea for X and Y. now it may well have inspired the idea of the latter BUT- KH just wouldn't do that normally- especially as the dreamy dreamers act like pokemon too….which is tacky and annoying. however the design is good. trouble is..you don't have a proper party that can wield items and rely on your frankly dimwitted 'pokemon' to aid you.

i rate this seven near basely as i am a fan of the series- and though everything seems tacky and at times distracting-i admit it is a good lead into 3 and showed us the series wasn't dead. however- a warning to you- be VERY WARY OF THE LAST BOSS. i won't reveal anything but since the story has two characters side by side you may be tempted to tackle both bosses at once…Don't. JUST Don't. the final bosses were by far the most annoying of the series…..even 358/2 days wasn't as tedious and convoluted.

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