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September 16, 2010 01:32:35 PM
Quote:Kingdom Hearts fans able to attend the Tokyo Game Show will no doubt have visited Square Enix's booth for a chance to play the Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded demo. The Nintendo DS title is a remake of the original episodic mobile phone game Kingdom Hearts Coded.
As well as a graphical update, Re:Coded will also be recieving benefits from the DS' dual screen technology. But enough descriptions, In our full story, there are some images and videos released recently from both TGS and the official Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded website.
Unfortunately KHU were unable to attend TGS this year, but Heartstation.org were present and were lucky enough to play the Re:Coded demo, Here's what they had to say via Twitter.
A new cutscene was shown for Re:Coded. Mickey in Yen Sidâs tower. He looks like he learned something shocking.
The Re:Coded demo starts with Alice and Sora in a fight with the Queen of Hearts. In order to prove Aliceâs case, you collect her memories.
You collect one from the cage next to the Queenâs podium by lowering it and avoiding card guards.
After that you enter Stage 1 of the 3D scrolling stages. You fight Heartless and avoid or attack blocks.
You fight Trickmaster in the same scroll style after Stage 1. Stage 2 is the same process but a little harder.
Overall the gameplay is a million times smoother than the mobile original, it even seems upgraded from 358/2 Days.
The command system is similar to BBS in the way they cycle on the menu. Love all the new attacks, graphics all look better.
The release of Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded should be savoured by Western fans, the original was a Japan exclusive but the re-make is set for a worldwide release. The story may not be as important as a numbered title but Kingdom Hearts fans can still look forward to the characters and worlds they both know and love. Re:Coded will be released in Japan on the 7th of October but a Western release date has not been confirmed.
Don't forget to check out the videos and images in our full story.
Full Story: Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded At The Tokyo Game Show