Oh...Oh...OOOOOOOOOHH. You have NO stinkin' idea how long I've been looking for an opportunity to talk about this. Well... here goes something.
I've noticed that certain themes of the Klonoa series are present within the game "Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance." Not just in the title or the fact that they're both about dreams, of course. They each have their own opening monologue, which, if you put them together a certain way, can result in something beautiful for fans of both series. Just look at how well these fit together!:
"I've been having these weird thoughts lately..."
"Sometimes I can't remember my dreams, though I'm sure I saw them."
"Where do those dreams go?"
"There's a forgotten dream."
"Was it a dream I can't remember? Or a dream I won't remember?"
"Have I forgotten the dream? Or has the dream forgotten me?"
"Surely there was a dream..."
"But I remember this one dream, as clearly as if it were reflected in a mirror."
"A scattered dream that's like a far-off memory. A far-off memory that's like a scattered dream."
"I want to line the pieces up."
"Yours, and mine."
Okaaay, not as nicely as I would've hoped. But, stay with me here. There's plenty of evidence that these two worlds are connected... whoops, I forgot that these are supposed to be just similarities, not fanfiction material. Sorry. Now, back on topic. So, if you've played the Klonoa games and Kingdom Hearts DDD, you'll noticed that they both feature colorful, cute creatures that you either fight or use as support. Although, in Klonoa case, its more like you attack and use as support at the same time, so figures. Also, they both feature Dreams and Nightmares. Now in Klonoa, there are the obvious baddies in the series, but less obviously, there are a couple of "enemies" that stand or float around waiting for you to grab them. There are even some Moos who do so. Those could possibly represent Dreams in the games.
One final similarity in both games happens to occur in one of the final cutscenes in KHDDD (crazy acronym, huh?). In this scene, Sora (not sure you're familiar with the guy, too lazy to explain.) is trapped inside a bubble, experiencing disturbing dreams. Sound familiar?
Oh wait. I forgot there's one more. In the final level of the first Kingdom Hearts game... Kingdom Hearts... there's a part where the floor sparkles wherever Sora walks. Thank you.