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Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days

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Kingdom Hearts 358

Developers: h.a.n.d., Trisys
Publisher: Square Enix
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: May 30, 2009
Released in US: September 29, 2009
Released in EU: October 9, 2009
Released in AU: October 22, 2009

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (pronounced Three-Five-Eight Days Over Two) is a side game that covers the misadventures of Roxas that runs parallel to the events from the end of Kingdom Hearts up to Kingdom Hearts II. The game was remade as a movie in 1.5 Remix for PS3.

To do:
  • There are early HUD graphics for Roxas, Axel and a few other Organization XIII members.
  • There are files related to Traverse Town even though it's not a playable world, look into this.
  • Potentially early versions of (Roxas' weapon 001) Midnight Roar and (Roxas' weapon 013) Twilight Blaze, two weapons, are unused. Rip them.

Unused Character Portraits

Pinocchio World Left-overs

Pinocchio's World was originally a location that Roxas and Xion would go to in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, but it was eventually completely removed due to space restrictions. It would later appear in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance as "Prankster's Paradise".

However, mugshots for Pinocchio (as a human) and Gepetto, as well as the villains, Honest John and Gideon, are still in the game, left unused.


Cancelled Appearances

Hades and Megara don't appear at the Olympus Coliseum in the final game, so their sprite work goes unused as well.


Tinker Bell was made mute, so she doesn't have spoken lines in this game: her sprites went unused as well.


(Source: Kingdom Hearts Wiki, The Spriters Resource)

Regional Differences

A few things got changed when the game was localized:

  • The difficulty was toned down on in the international versions. Enemies have less HP, Munny is now awarded for beating missions, and some enemies deal less damage.
  • The international versions of Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days awards the player Mission Crowns for completing missions in either Solo or Multiplayer Mission Mode. In the Japanese version, it is only possible to earn Mission Crowns by playing Multiplayer Mission Mode.
  • The Japanese version of the opening video lists each Organization member's attribute and weapon type, along with a short paragraph describing them which includes their title; the English version instead mentions their attributes within the paragraph and lists weapon types, with no mention of title. As a result, Xemnas's title lacked an official translation until the 358/2 Days opening in Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX.