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Kingdom Hearts Beats Monster Hunter on the Game Charts

Written on January 27, 2011 by Charles Bass

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Monster Hunter leaves the top spot of the game charts to make way for a new best selling game, Kingdom Hearts.

Move over Monster Hunter 3rd, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix takes over. This week, another PSP title took the honor of toppling down Monster Hunter from the top spot garnering 77,317 units, besting Monster Hunter’s 43,196 units.

Here’s the top 20 covering 1/17 to 1/23, as reported at 4Gamer.

* 1. Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix (Square Enix, PSP, 1/20): 77,317
* 2. Monster Hunter Freedom 3 (Capcom, PSP, 12/1): 43,196 (4,094,939)
* 3. Donkey Kong Returns (Nintendo, Wii, 12/9): 20,411 (754,679)
* 4. Kaiju Busters Powered (Namco Bandai, DS, 1/20): 17,989
* 5. AKB1/48 (Namco Bandai, PSP, 12/23): 12,765 (351,943)

See more after the break.

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Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Trailer

Written on January 19, 2011 by Charles Bass

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The long wait is over. Kingdom Hearts for 3DS finally gets a name under triple D's---The Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.

At long last! The Kingdom Hearts for the 3DS officially has a name. At Square Enix’s Production 1 press conference, Kingdom Hearts’ director Yasushi Yasue announced that the next game in the Kingdom Hearts series will be called Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. Notice the triple D which is a brilliant idea. The game’s use of stereoscopic graphics gives its players a sense of speed and sense of depth while flying or falling.

The team exerted the best they could to make the game action-packed. Players can switch from Kingdom Hearts series protagonists Sora and Riku in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.

Watch the Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance official trailer after the jump.

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Into the Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep

Written on September 13, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep breaks into the main series and yet manages to move things forward.

Like a Final Fantasy adventure interspersed in a Disney universe, Birth by Sleep unloads a complex story, interesting plotlines and children-loved characters it also makes for good, long hours of family gaming.

The PSP diversion focuses on Keyblade Masters, characters clad in Jedi knight suits. Three apprentices are available for play, which are interchangeable at levels as they follow prescribed interconnected plotlines.

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