10 strange facts about the Kingdom Hearts franchise

We've unearthed the following 10 strange facts about the franchise

Kingdom Hearts II was censored in the US



In the original Japanese release, Axel's death shows his body bursting into flames and burning away; this death was apparently too graphic for American audiences, which were treated to a flame-less scene. A scene involving Daisy spanking Donald was also removed from the U.S release, as was the green blood from the Hydra in Hercules's Colosseum. Most infamously, the violence in Port Royal ("Pirates of the Carribbean" World) was toned down with guns becoming cross bows and almost no blood or sword impalement whatsoever.

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Laura M.

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Destiny Islands is an anagram for Its Disneyland.
Also, Kingdom Hearts III will be the franchises 13th english game.

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  • Alex

    And what's even weirder is that next year is the 13th year of the KH franchise. Maybe we'll see KH3 release next year?

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