The setting for the main characters Sora & Riku is to try as much as they can to overcome the troubles while aiming to become a Keyblade Master. In the mysterious tower where Sora & Riku decided to begin the journey, their concerned friends are waiting for them.
Their former rival Lea is appearing in the Mysterious Tower...
Also, it seems that in The World That Never Was, the enemies/people from the past which were defeted once are coming back...
The story wrapped in mystery is one of the charming points of Kingdom Hearts. This title will as well take an unpredictable development!
Also, the Kingdom Hearts series will have its 10th Year Anniversary!!
Are the waiting friends in the Mysterious Tower a little bit more worried about Sora, than Lea? And for what reason has Lea come to this place...
Originally Xemnas, the leader of Organization XIII, is the very same person as Ansem. Is he real or...?
Update 1: andriasang.com have posted a translation of the Famitsu.com article, explaining many features of the game. You can read this translation below.
Dive Mode is the name for the mode of play you enter when moving to a new world. As you fall into the world, you must defeat enemies and collect prizes. Clear a certain score, and you'll enter the next world.
You'll find Link Portals here and there in the areas of play. There are two types: Battle Portals and Friend Portals.
Battle Portals put you up against a particular Dream Eater. Defeat the Dream Eater, and you'll get the materials required for creating it as a partner Dream Eater character.
Friend Portals adds a Dream Eater to your battle party for a temporary time.
In addition to a default set of Dream Eaters, the Link Portals will have Dream Eaters that you receive from other players through Street Pass.
Among the various ways to build up your Dream Eaters, you can use the stylus to pet and poke at them. This will build up Link Points, which you use to acquire new abilities, and experience.
To gain more Link Points, use training toys to play with the Dream Eaters. Shown below are Treasure Goggle and Water Barrel training toys.
Famitsu.com have updated with an article containing many new screenshots from Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance]. These screenshots (and one avatar) are the ones that appeared in the Famitsu Weekly yesterday, however, they are now in very high quality, so we recommend that you check them out.