Kingdom Hearts 3D is not a spin off
Kingdom Hearts has been a title near and dear to my heart since it first arrived on the PS2. A world that brings together the best of Final Fantasy and Disney to one single universe. This combination will click with anybody who loves gaming, young and old. Lately, fans of the Kingdom Hearts universe have been treated with spin offs instead of a proper sequel to Kingdom Hearts 2. Enter Kingdom Hearts 3D, also known as Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance for the Nintendo 3DS.
Dream Drop Distance is not a spin off, but it also isn’t Kingdom Hearts 3. The latest adventure takes Sora and Riku on a journey through time after the events of Kingdom Hearts 2. If it has been awhile since you have played Kingdom Hearts 2, let me refresh your memory. Sora and Riku had defeated the evil Xemnas (Ansem’s Nobody) and the duo was returned to Destiny Island. Shortly after their arrival, Sora receives a letter from King Mickey. Kingdom Hearts 3D is the story of what contents were in that letter.