“Days, weeks, months – all that measure our existence in the calendar. But there is one day that stands out from the conventional measurements of time.
‘358/2 Days’ – a peculiar name for what’s become a beloved game in our hearts. ‘358/2 Days’ is one of the most successful RPG video game series of all time with more than 19 million copies sold worldwide. But why is it named ‘358/2 Days’?
What does it signify?” Join us as we explore the origins and meaning of this enigmatic title that has captivated millions of fans around the world.
Why is It Called 358/2 Days?The game Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days is a 2009 action-role playing game. It was released for the Nintendo DS on May 30th, 2009 in North America and in Europe on September 30th, 200
The long and confusing title is an important part of the series, and the name has a great meaning behind it.
What is Kingdom Hearts?
Kingdom Hearts is a highly acclaimed series of role-playing action games. It was created by Japanese game publisher, Square Enix, and was released for the PlayStation 2 in May 200
The series follows the journey of Sora, a keyblade wielder, who goes on a quest to save different worlds, defeat the darkness in the heart of all worlds, and restore peace.
What Does 358/2 Represent?The title “358/2 Days” has a very meaningful representation.
The numbers “358” are the total number of days that the main protagonist, Roxas, was a part of the Organization XIII, a group with thirteen powerful Nobodies who thirsted for hearts and sought to manipulate the universe. The number “2” stands for the two days that Roxas had brief memories of being connected with Sora.
How Does this Game Differ from the Original?The game differs from the first and original Kingdom Hearts games in that it focuses on Organization XIII and their purpose/goals. It delves more into their characters, motivations, and why they do what they do.
The game also tells the story of how Sora and Roxas are connected, and why Roxas became such an important part of Sora’s journey.