Square Enix Japan have updated their official Kingdom Hearts coded website. Included is information about which phone models the game is compatible with. In Japan, you will be able to play the game on NTT docomo PRIME series "P-01A" phones.
GameSpot have updated with a hands-on review of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories for USA.
The article mostly consists of old news about the game, however many new screenshots have been included.
GameSpot claims that new minigames have been added to 100 Acre Wood. Also, the 13 cards that were previously accessable in the Japanese version through completing Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix are now included in the game without this requirement.
Just a small bit of news about the USA version of Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories. Square Enix North America have opened their official website for the game, which is located here.
Not much is available yet, just some old information and a few wallpapers. However, a trailer for the game is said to be "coming soon". Keep checking KH13.com, as we will update with the trailer as soon as it is released.
Gaming website The Magic Box has uploaded scans concerning 358/2 Days and Birth by Sleep. Whilst a lot of these scans are old, some are new and all are in a higher quality.
Kingdom Hearts Insider have translated some of the new scans.
French magazine "Role Playing Game" have done an article on the upcoming KH games, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. Kingdom Fantasy have made scans of the magazine available.
The Square-Enix Members website has recently been updated with the rating of the upcoming KH game in USA, Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories.
Re:CoM has been rated E10+ for Fantasy Violence by the ESRB. The GBA version of Chain of Memories was previously rated E for Fantasy Violence and Mild Language.