HEARTSTATION.ORG have translated our collection of cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. Feel free to use this footage elsewhere, but make sure that you give credit and link to both KH13.com and HEARTSTATION.ORG. You can view the subtitled scenes at our forum.
Square Enix have updated their official Japanese website for Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. This update includes additions to the Extra section, including a video for Riku, a video for download, and a video showing off each limit break. All videos can be viewed or downloaded below.
As you probably know, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days was recently released for the Nintendo DS. KH13.com have completed a full recording of the game, and rendered each full motion video from the game in the highest possible quality. This collections of scenes can be found here. Or, below is a list of each cutscene.
- Opening - Xion's First Appearance - Coast of Darkness - The Man in Darkness Who Stands Still - Xion Defeated - Naminé and DiZ - Why the Sunset is Red - Disruption of Memory - Riku Comforting Xion - Passing Roxas - Xion's Dream - Xion's Capture - Axel and Saïx - Xion and Riku - Riku's Determination - Mickey and Riku/Ansem - Roxas Leaves the Organization - Xion and Naminé - Xion and Axel's Confrontation - Xion's Transformation - Xion's End - The Winning Stick - Battle at Skyscraper - Roxas and Riku - Riku, Ansem Change - After the Fight - A New Day - Towards the Usual Place
The names of each scene are, for the moment, simply a rough translation and are subject to change with time. Each scene is viewable and downloadable on their respective pages. Feel free to post these videos elsewhere, but if you do, make sure to link back to KH13.com.
Electronic Entertainment Expo 2009, commonly known as E3 2009, has recently finished in USA. The English version of Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days was featured at this exhibition, and some previously unseen media has surfaced from the event. First of all, below, you can see photos of the 358/2 Days booth, thanks to Gamekyo.
A trailer of the game was shown to the general public at the event, which you can view or download below. A shortened version of the trailer was also shown at the Nintendo conference.
The press kit for 358/2 Days's presentation at E3 2009 was leaked from Nintendo, thanks to Kingdom Hearts Insider. This press kit includes images and a 15 second advertisement for the game, which you can view or download below.
The Light in Chaos have added a description of the first episode of Kingdom Hearts coded, which was released last week in Japan. HEARTSTATION.ORG have translated the play impressions, and thanks to them, you can read it at our forum.
Square Enix have updated their official Japanese website for Kingdom Hearts coded. This update includes additions to the information section, as well as pictures and information about the newly released Episode 1.
Square Enix have updated their official English website for Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. The update includes a synopsis of the game's story and characters, information such as the price and release date, and a section with links to preorder the game. According to the website, 358/2 Days will be released in North America on September 29, 2009 at a price of $34.99.
JETANNY.org have included an interview with Utada Hikaru in their recent magazine issue. In this interview, she discusses her involvement in the future of the Kingdom Hearts series. You can view it at our forum.
The latest issue of Nintendo Power has included an article on Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. AluminumTicket from GameFAQs has uploaded scans of this article, which you can view below.
Interestingly, Nintendo Power quotes Pinocchio's World and Traverse Town as visitable worlds. These worlds are not visitable in 358/2 Days, however, there is some evidence that they were intended to be included but taken out at the last minute. Barubary from The Spriters Resource has ripped each character's mugshot from the game, and included in this sheet is mugshots for characters from Pinocchio.
A recent issue of Dengeki PlayStation included an interview with Tetsuya Nomura, where he discusses Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts coded, and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. HEARTSTATION.ORG have translated this article, and thanks to them, you can read it at our forum.