In Kingdom Hearts, here are the best Disney Worlds that Sora hasn’t been back to yet!
Sora and his friends have visited a huge number of Disney worlds in all of the Kingdom Hearts games. This gives Kingdom Hearts a lot of different things to do and is one reason why the story of this series is so random. But a regular thing about Kingdom Hearts is that worlds will show up in more than one game.
Almost every Kingdom Hearts game revisits a world from a previous game, and some of them do it more than once. Some Kingdom Hearts fans think that some worlds and Disney characters have been visited enough (at this point, Hercules has been on screen more than Mickey), but there are others that should be visited again.
When Sora, Goofy, and Donald are taken to Timeless River, it’s one of the best parts of Kingdom Hearts 2. This part of the park is not like a typical Disney world. It is a lot shorter and has less of a storyline.
Even so, the black-and-white look of the 1930s is timeless for a reason, and it works well for Kingdom Hearts. Even though this level is still one of the best parts of Kingdom Hearts 2, it seems like a waste not to go back to this time in Disney and animation.
There are so many more characters and situations in this age that another Disney World in this style would be a highlight of future Kingdom Hearts games as well.
Even though Sora’s time in Disney Castle is short and somewhat overwhelmed by Timeless River, it is still a memorable part of Kingdom Hearts 2. This is a place we’ve seen in other Kingdom Hearts games, but it’s only in Kingdom Hearts 2 that we get to play through it.
Some of the most famous Disney characters live here. Mickey and Minnie are two clear examples. Getting to see the famous mice in their natural habitats would give their characters more depth, especially Mickey, who sometimes feels out of place because he shows up randomly in the rest of the series.
Pride Lands is one of the Disney worlds in Kingdom Hearts 2 that people often forget about. This area is based on the Disney movie Lion King. Even though Lion King is one of the most well-known Disney movies, the version in Kingdom Hearts sometimes feels a little rough around the edges.
Part of this is because Sora is stuck in his lion cub form, which limits his moves. The original PS2 release also held back the big set pieces a bit. Seeing this world remade in a more recent Kingdom Hearts game would give it the magic it was missing in its original form.
There were a lot of new and different places in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. One that got a lot of attention was Deep Space, which was based on Lilo and Stitch. This world was definitely more about Stitch than it was about Lilo and Stitch. Hawaii was nowhere to be seen, and the whole level was set in the sci-fi intergalactic parts of Lilo and Stitch.
Even though this was fun and different in Birth by Sleep, the other half of the puzzle would be complete if we could see the more realistic and beautiful side of Lilo and Stitch. Sora’s home is on Destiny Islands, so it would be fun to see him on some different shores and be able to explore a bit more in Kingdom Hearts.
Disney Town from Birth by Sleep is one of the more strange places in the Kingdom Hearts series. This town is visited at a key point in the story of Birth by Sleep. It brings a bit of humor to the story when the characters are feeling sad.
The world can be explored like a set of minigames, and Terra, Ventus, and Aqua each have their own games to try. In other Kingdom Hearts stories, this idea is generally saved for the 100 Acre Woods, so seeing it in another Disney world is a fun change of pace.
Whether this unique setting is turned into another set of mini-games or given more room to explore, it has a lot more to offer.
La Cite Des Cloches
Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance gave Disney worlds to some of Disney’s less famous franchises. Like The Hunchback of Notre Dame’s setting, La Cite Des Cloches. The city was pretty big for a game made for the 3DS. And Sora and Riku could use the flowmotion feature to find some fun set pieces in it.
The Cathedral in particular had a huge sense of scale. And it would be cool to see a place like this in a KH game with better graphics. Even though The Hunchback of Notre Dame isn’t the most popular Disney series, its Wordle Unlimited world has a lot of room for growth.
Symphony of Sorcery
Symphony of Sorcery, which comes late in the game, is a world that many people like. This world is based on Fantasia, a world that many Kingdom Hearts fans didn’t want but that turned out to be great.
The level design in this world is very creative, which keeps it feeling fresh. And the music that goes with every action is a joy to listen to. Even though this world looked great on the 3DS and in the HD version of Dream Drop Distance. It would look even better on a newer device.
In Kingdom Hearts 3, Toy Box was one of the most creative worlds. In Toy Box, Sora and his friends could turn into small versions of themselves and experience the world of Toy Story. This world was one of the most beautiful in KH3. And the feeling of being small in a world that is mostly made up of people was something new for Kingdom Hearts.
People often said that most of this world took place inside a toy shop. This did give the world a lot of variety. But it also didn’t change many of the classic Toy Story places.
But this is just one more reason why this world would be a good place to go back to.
Even though Arendelle from Frozen wasn’t the most popular world in KH3. Mostly because it was always cold, it still had a lot of charm and was a fun recreation of the famous 2013 movie. Since KH3 came out, Frozen also got a sequel. Which gives Sora a great reason to go back to Arendelle and see how it has changed.
Frozen 2 showed us new places in the Frozen world. So if Sora got to go there, Arendelle would have a lot more to offer than the first time.