You can see characters for free in all kinds of parades and live shows throughout Walt Disney World. Check out the free Times Guide for scheduled Character appearances. If your child MUST see Mickey the minute they get to the Magic Kingdom, ask a cast member. They can phone a hotline that will tell them if a character is in the park, and where. Characters frequent all the parks and several resorts, but they
No, he first appears in the video game kingdom hearts which is a mix of Disney and Final Fantasy characters (does have Disney worlds)
Characters can be anywhere at Disney MGM Studios but are most likely to be in front of the Animation Building, on Mickey Avenue, at Al
I have no idea why this is under Disney Theme parks, but I am going to take a wild guess here and say that you are talking about kingdom hearts. The reason the Disney characters can't know about other worlds is similar to what would happen if people in real life found out there were a lot of other planets out there that held life, there would be mass hysteria.
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You can meet him in Disney Worlds Magic Kingdom in front of the Haunted Mansion during October until January. You Can check the exact dates on Disney Worlds website. http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/magic-kingdom/calendar/
From what I've heard the Pixar worlds are a definite in Kingdom Hearts III. Originally, the Kingdom Hearts creators wanted "Finding Nemo" and "Toy Story" because, despite the Disney name, were registered with Pixar which is a separate company. But because of the development and success of Kingdom Hearts, Disney finally bought Pixar. Resulting in new Pixar worlds! It's a given because due to their critial and commercial success, it would be a missed opportunity not to have the characters and themes featured in the next game.
No there is only one Disney World, comprised of four parks in Orlando Florida, the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios & Animal Kingdom.
This is a question that only the creators of Kingdom Hearts can answer. But my guess would be no. All the Kingdom Hearts games revolve around the character Sora, who is searching for his friends and trying to find a way to defeat the Heartless. As long as Sora (who is not from a Disney movie) remains the main character, I don't see a Kingdom Hearts game being made that will take place only in the Disney worlds.
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The video game series Kingdom Hearts is about a boy named Sora. He is searching for his friends, Riku and Kairi. Sora is joined in his quest by Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy. They are also helped by Chip and Dale, who assist with the space ship. Through the games, Sora and company travel to many Disney worlds. On each world, they help the characters there through their respective story lines. Worlds visited include: The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Aladdin, Tarzan, Mulan, and Peter Pan. The entire Disney "universe" in which these worlds exist is ruled by King Mickey and Queen Minnie.
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No, Kingdom Hearts is a solo player adventure game that takes place in many Disney worlds.
You don't. I think it's just there to show how close it is to the missioned worlds you have in the game.
In my opinion, yes. This question can't be answered without opinion, though. If you like RPG's, Disney, Final Fantasy, or all of the above, then I guarantee you'll enjoy Kingdom Hearts. Kingdom Hearts contains unique hack-and-slash gameplay, combining classic Final Fantasy-esque summons, magic and special attacks. The worlds are both familiar and original, containing both Disney-based worlds and completely new worlds from the series itself. All around, it's a great game and I guarantee you'll have fun.
Kingdom Hearts was made in Japan, but I'm not entirely sure where exactly in Japan. Square Enix basically made the larger portion of the series, while Disney had their fills (characters, worlds, abilities, etc.) in the game. Square Enix is a Japanese company, hence why it would be made in Japan.
There are fewer characters at Epcot than in the Magic Kingdom, and they have um. . . more unique costumes. Mickey is dressed as Ben Franklin at the American Adventure. Goofy roams around in a shiny silver cape. Actually, the best opportunity to meet a bunch of characters at once is at Epcot. Eight or ten times per day, a London-style red double-decker bus is loaded up with Characters at the Magic Kingdom and makes the trip to Epcot
The keyblades, along with the characters and worlds, were designed by Tetsuya Nomura.
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Walt Disney World is composed of 4 theme parks; Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios. Each has it's own lands. The Magic Kingdom is comprised of Adventureland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Tomorrowland, Liberty Square, and Main Street USA.
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No. Ticket prices are based on ages and whether or not you're getting a special package
First of all, it's Kingdom Hearts, not kingdom hearts. Second of all, it depends on what you're asking. If you mean in just Kingdom Hearts I, (excluding Disney Castle,) then there's XII. But if you mean in the entire series of Kingdom Hearts video games, then 24.
On the website ''Disney on-line worlds'' how do you get codes for the pixie hollow items?