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I think it's their newer titles since they are the ones still ongoing instead of films such as Atlantis or Treasure Planet. Disney might be more flexible with those sort of filmsAs much as I and other fans would have liked Atlantis in KH, it makes sense why it wasn't in KH1. It was the first entry of the series and needed to have the 'classic' movies to set up the core Disney lore of the franchise. It ideally would have been in KH3 since it would have lent itself to the larger scope of the film, in the same vein as Treasure Planet having a larger than life setting.
And as much as I agree 2D films and the underrated cult favorites should come back, I still worry they'll get the same restrained treatment as the blockbuster films in KH3. Is Disney more restrictive with their newer big title films, or all their films from now on, no matter how marketable they are anymore?
I would have agreed with you in the past, but if there are only going to be 7-8 Disney worlds per game from now on, they're not gonna waste a slot on movies like Robin Hood or Treasure Planet.I don't see why every world needs to be big/iconic movies. KH2 had a nice balance so i don't see why that needs to stop. With Disney being more involved and more restrictive with these new properties, having so many movies like that wouldn't be so good.
Yeah...this does get me down. Reality can be harsh but at the same time, there's a finite amount of big/iconic movies left that could be usable as good worlds. I feel like they'll have to mix it up just a bit so they can have more to use for the next title.I would have agreed with you in the past, but if there are only going to be 7-8 Disney worlds per game from now on, they're not gonna waste a slot on movies like Robin Hood or Treasure Planet.