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[UPDATE] Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi available for pre-order; 20 possible characters

Square Enix and Bandai Japan have unexpectedly announced that Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi will be available for pre-order from March 28th and end on May 5th, with a planned shipment window of October 2022. Details of this Tamagotchi release have been summarized by our team's Ryuji, viewable below:

General Information

Two types of the egg shell exist. In the example image posted below, Sora is Dark Mode, Kairi is Light Mode. Whichever you choose is up to your own personal preference.

There will be over 20 characters to play as, but the way it works is that if you buy the Tamagotchi, it will start off with KH1 Sora, and have the chance to randomly grow up into another. 

Kingdom Hearts Tamagotchi - How To Play

You can feed the character Paopu Fruit or Sea-Salt Ice Cream. Sometimes Heartless will appear on the screen, and you can defeat them.

You can view the official images of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi below:

You can pre-order the Dark Mode and Light Mode Tamagotchis via Aitai Kuji for ¥3,100. More information regarding these products can be viewed via Bandai Japan's official website.

UPDATE 12/3/2022: The Dark Mode and Light Mode Tamagotchis are available for purchase via Amazon for $24.99.

This merchandise is certainly unconventional, but undeniably appealing for particular crowds. Do you intend on purchasing this item? Let us know in the comments below!

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38 minutes ago, Movies798 said:

Are these Japan Exclusive or I can buy them in the US? If it's just Japan Exclusive than I'll be very disappointed.

The way the Tamagotchi Nanos have trended in the past, like the recent R2D2, Hello Kitty, and Toy Story releases, it’ll start out as a Japanese exclusive, and you’ll only be able to buy it using a proxy. But, after a few months, it’ll be available as a US release. If anyone follows the Tamagotchi or virtual pet facebook groups, they’re pretty good about keeping tabs on that sort of thing, or helping those who have to have one asap. 

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