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If you're going to troll, get your facts strait so you can succeed at it. ReCoded was a remake of a cell phone game (the original was 97% filler and contained no new worlds, the story was considered garbage). Nomura himself had almost no hand in the game, and he admitted he was not happy with the story. The game only really had gameplay going for it. Story wise- it was useless and the worlds you traverse were just reused directly from KH1. 3D on the other hand is an entirely new game developed by the Osaka team (who did Birth By Sleep). It covers events leading directly into KH3 and contains all new Disney worlds. According to the developers, all of the Disney worlds are either brand new (and will be used based on how much they were requested) or completely overhauled. One new world we saw in the trailer (Hunchback of Notre Dame, which has never been in a KH game yet).
It also contains new ways to explore environments and combat enemies. Looks like platforming is making a return as well. You can now do things like grind on rooftops, swing on lamp posts, and even rebound off of walls. The story itself is being given the treatment as if it were a numbered game and is considered a main game in the series, not a side story like ReCoded/Coded or 358/2 Days.
NEVER judge a game you have not played. -Granville