Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days (2009) watch online HD
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Days 23 - 51 take place during the storyline of Kingdom Hearts: Chain Of Memories (2004).
The game was dedicated to the memory of Wayne Allwine, who voiced Mickey Mouse for thirty-two years. This was Wayne's final project as Mickey.
There was suppose to be a Pinocchio (1940) world added to the game, but due to time restrictions, it was recycled and put into Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (2012). Some of the sprites of the characters are still in the game's code with Pinocchio as a human, Gepetto, Honest John, and Gideon. Tetsuya Nomura explained that the planned plot for the world was, "Set in a circus and playing off the story of Pinocchio, a puppet with a heart, and the Nobodies who possess no heart." He planned for a sad episode with Roxas and Xion looking for hope for themselves.
With their appearances in this game; Jasmine, Belle, and Kairi become the only three Princesses Of Heart to appear in every game of the franchise as of now.
Sora, Donald, Goofy, Riku, Kairi, and King Mickey are the only six characters to appear in every game of the franchise.
The five unlockable characters in the game are King Mickey, Riku, Sora, Donald, and Goofy.
Jack Skellington, Beast, Belle, Jasmine, Aladdin, Genie, Tinkerbell, Dr. Finklestein, Phil, and Hercules are the only ten Disney characters to appear in every game of the franchise as of now.
The first game in the franchise to not feature any characters from the Final Fantasy franchise, aside from the Moogles. This is also the fourth game in the franchise.
References of the first three games are made in this game. For example, the opening cutscene of Kingdom Hearts II (2005) is shown when Roxas is asleep in Day 50.
The title is read as "358 days over two."
The World That Never Was and Twilight Town are the only two levels in the game that do not exist in any Disney movie.
The Keyblades Nightmare Roar and Twilight had their color pallets swapped in the game's data, but don't appear as regular weapons.
Here is a list of all the Organization XIII members weapons: Xemnas: Ethereal Blades, Xigbar: Arrowguns, Xaldin: Lances, Vexen: Shield, Lexaeus: Axe Sword, Zexion: Lexicon, Saix: Claymore, Axel: Chakrams, Demyx: Sitar, Luxord: Cards, Marluxia: Scythe, Larxene: Knives, Roxas: Keyblade, Xion: Keyblade.
Here are the conditions to unlock each unlockable character: Sora: Complete every mission with a one hundred percent mission gauge, watch the ending, and buy Sora's Awakening from the Moogle. Riku: Reach Day 172 in Story Mode. King Mickey: Complete every mission, watch the ending, and purchase The King's Return from the Moogle. Donald: Reach Day 225 in Story Mode. Goofy: Reach Day 296 in Story Mode.
Neverland is the only world that has a brand-new overworld and battle theme.
Tinkerbell was planned to have lines before she was mute. Her sprite is still in the game code.
The cutscenes of Roxas' first encounter with Xemnas and Roxas being captured by Riku originally came from the additional cutscenes that were exclusive to Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ (2007).
The cutscene where Roxas watches the confrontation between Riku and Zexion is actually a modified version for the cutscene of this confrontation from Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories (2007) where the audio dialogue used between Riku and Zexion is actually archived from the original game.
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Jesse McCartney||-||Roxas (voice)|
|Quinton Flynn||-||Axel (voice)|
|Alyson Stoner||-||Xion / Kairi (voice)|
|Paul St. Peter||-||Xemnas (voice)|
|James Patrick Stuart||-||Xigbar (voice)|
|David Dayan Fisher||-||Xaldin (voice) (archive sound)|
|Derek Stephen Prince||-||Vexen (voice) (archive sound)|
|David Boat||-||Lexaeus (voice) (archive sound) (as Dave Boat)|
|Vince Corazza||-||Zexion (voice) (archive sound) (as Vincent Corazza)|
|Kirk Thornton||-||Saïx (voice)|
|Ryan O'Donohue||-||Demyx (voice) (archive sound)|
|Robin Atkin Downes||-||Luxord (voice) (archive sound)|
|Keith Ferguson||-||Marluxia (voice) (archive sound)|
|Shanelle Gray||-||Larxene (voice) (archive sound)|
|Richard Epcar||-||Ansem (voice)|