Fans Wish To See the Time Mickey Mouse Left Someone in the Underworld in Disney Parks

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One of the best parts about being a Disney fan is sharing our hopes and dreams for the Disney Parks, and here’s one hidden gem.

Seeing our favorite movies turn into Disney rides—think the upcoming Princess and the Frog-themed Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, or vice versa, as in the case of Haunted Mansion. In fact, the upcoming movie to be released this year featuring Jamie Lee Curtis is widely anticipated and caused quite a stir at D23 Expo.

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Sleeping Beauty Castle, Disneyland Park/Courtesy of Disney

The latest addition to the growing list of rides and attractions that fans want to see at the Disney Parks comes in the form of Kingdom Hearts, a Disney video game that has been a classic for a while now. Per the website, the story is “set in a vast array of Disney and Pixar worlds, [and] follows the journey of Sora, a young boy and unknowing heir to a spectacular power.”

The video game is an incredibly popular one even though it’s not always mainstream knowledge and has become a fan-favorite; so much so that when Reddit user u/tora76 shared a photo of their Kingdom Hearts magnet, one Disney fan u/bbr25t commented, “I will forever double down on my opinion for KH to be represented in a Disney park.”

Kingdom Hearts magnet from Disneyland

The comment section flooded with Kingdom Hearts fans.

Another fan, u/pythagorium, agreed and added, “For reals, even incorporating it into a projection show or something. I love kingdom hearts so much and the soundtrack and theme songs for all 3 main games are amazing lol.”

U/Duosion doubled down, sharing, “PLEASE. A kingdom hearts land would make my life.”

Fans were quite adamant that Disney should make an entire Disney Park dedicated to their video games, but they were letting Universal beat them at the game. From u/mrfires,

Disney could be making obscene amounts of money if they invested more into making video games and their representation into the parks, but they’re letting Universal Studios get it first with Super Nintendo World.

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A still from Kingdom Hearts/Courtesy of Disney

More on Kingdom Hearts

The Kingdom Hearts series is a Disney crossover video game series about heroes with magical key weapons traveling and playing through different Disney movies. The website states that it “is the story of Light overcoming Darkness with the power of Friendship.” Sora, the main protagonist, is a Keyblade wielder who travels to many Disney worlds with Donald and Goofy to stop the Heartless invasion by sealing each world’s keyhole to restore peace. There have been multiple follow-up games – Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts III, and Kingdom Hearts IV – released since the original, for which Tetsuya Nomura led the development.

The various installments of the game are available on a variety of consoles, including the  Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Play Station 4,  among others.

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About Priyanka Kumar

Priyanka is a writer, artist, avid reader, and travel enthusiast based in Chicago. In her free time, she is probably walking by the lake, catching up on the latest releases on TV, or spending inordinate amounts of time rewatching Moana, Encanto, and her Disney Channel life-long favorites Zack and Cody wreak havoc on the Tipton.

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