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  1. This week's issue of Famitsu Weekly magazine will include an interview with Tetsuya Nomura, the director of the Kingdom Hearts series, where he discusses both Final Fantasy VII: Remake and the new DLC coming to Kingdom Hearts III, Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind. Thanks to ryokutya2089, a summary of the information in this interview can be read below. Translations have been provided by KH13 Staff @Mio-chan. UPDATE: The full translation of the interview is now available! You can read it below. (Thanks to KH13 Staff Members @Mio-chan, @NihonScribe, and @Solis for the translations!) UPDATE: We apologize as we didn't notice an extra bit of the interview, as it was written as a footnote. Here is one last part of the interview, translated by KH13 Staff @NihonScribe. View full article
  2. This week's issue of Famitsu Weekly magazine will include an interview with Tetsuya Nomura, the director of the Kingdom Hearts series, where he discusses both Final Fantasy VII: Remake and the new DLC coming to Kingdom Hearts III, Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind. Thanks to ryokutya2089, a summary of the information in this interview can be read below. Translations have been provided by KH13 Staff @Mio-chan. UPDATE: The full translation of the interview is now available! You can read it below. (Thanks to KH13 Staff Members @Mio-chan, @NihonScribe, and @Solis for the translations!) UPDATE: We apologize as we didn't notice an extra bit of the interview, as it was written as a footnote. Here is one last part of the interview, translated by KH13 Staff @NihonScribe.
  3. Welcome to the E3 chat, everyone. will be representing KH13 at the event this year so look forward to the coverage that we prepare with him!
  4. Awards: They were taken down because the latest forum software update broke a lot of awards functionality (due to this being a 3rd party plugin). It should be able to be reenabled soon / eventually, but also I think it would be a good idea to solidly outline which awards we should have before we do this. Status updates: I stopped these from being front and center, because with forum activity slowing down, I thought it was a bad idea to have the discussion on-site splintered between so many different areas. For example, when big new KH news would come out, I'd often see people making status updates about it rather than participating in the forum discussions. It's better if people engage with KH discussion by posting on forum discussions, since these keep all of the discussion in one place, it creates comments that people can keep engaging with over the following weeks and it doesn't so much "disappear" after an hour or so. That was my thinking with hiding the status updates a bit and keeping them more as profile comments. That way it stays limited to more personal stuff. I could put a status update feed somewhere, that's definitely technically possible, but yeah it more comes down to the concern above. Of course some will say "why have the Discord if you're concerned about splintering discussion", but the difference is that this is for the people visiting the – I would like to encourage them to make forum posts rather than status updates. Post count: Post count: Unfortunately I can only disable or enable post count on a per-forum basis, not a per-topic basis. So unfortunately the Discord topics have to have their posts count if we have them in their appropriate forums. I think it's better anyway to have 1 post = 1 post rather than having certain forums not count (I've enabled it in Random and Roleplaying too), it's clearer, and we have the reputation count instead for a better measure of quality contributions (still not a perfect measure, but it's better than post count). Avatars: It's possible to change the avatars to square, but I like the round avatars, I think it helps to make the website a bit less boxy. Happy for someone to make a poll and convince me I'm wrong. --- Feel free to debate any of this (maybe break anything needing discussion into a new topic, so we can get some more clear opinions), and let me know if I missed anything.
  5. They were taken down because the latest forum software update broke a lot of awards functionality (due to this being a 3rd party plugin). It should be able to be reenabled soon / eventually, but also I think it would be a good idea to solidly outline which awards we should have before we do this.
  6. It has just been announced by the official Kingdom Hearts Facebook and Twitter accounts that Kingdom Hearts III's Critical Mode will be released tomorrow, April 23rd, as a free update! Tetsuya Nomura's message is as follows: In the official Japanese Twitter for the game series, Nomura specifies that the update will be released on April 24th in Japan (JST). You can read the translation by Goldpanner below. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: The Square Enix website has been updated with technical information concerning two upcoming Kingdom Hearts III updates, Update 1.04 and 1.05, and has stated the time of release as 11 AM JST on April 24th (7PM PST on April 23rd), although it seems that 1.05 will be downloadable at a slightly later time. Update 1.04 will contain the Critical Mode updates and some more changes as detailed below; Update 1.05 will implement changes such as carrying over Keyblade from previous game clear data on starting a new game, and increasing the Gummiphone's photo capacity to 200. Read the details below for more information. The Critical Mode is the hardest difficulty for Kingdom Hearts games offered to only a select number of games in the series. This difficulty for Kingdom Hearts III was first announced by co-director Tai Yasue at the 2019 Game Developers Conference last month. Yasue stated that Critical Mode in Kingdom Hearts III would be more than just a value change, referring to the HP, MP, and damage output of Sora, his allies, and the game's various enemies. He also said that Critical Mode is "more technical and offensive," and will be geared toward those who are "good at action games" and at "timing their attacks". He stated that the skill required will change the way that players will play the game. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: According to the website Automaton Media's sources, Critical Mode will include halved HP and MP values, reduced Situation Command and Grand Magic frequency, and new Critical Mode-exclusive abilities. In addition, more abilities will be available at the start of the game, and players with a completed save file will be able to carry existing items and Keyblade upgrades into a new save file, in a fashion similar to a "New Game Plus" feature. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: Square Enix have confirmed that Update 1.04 will release in the West at the same time as in Japan! It will release on April 23 AT 7 PM PT/10 PM ET, and on April 24 at 2 AM UTC. The Critical Mode was recently featured in a 13 minute video on the official Square Enix Japanese YouTube channel. Check it out below. View full article
  7. It has just been announced by the official Kingdom Hearts Facebook and Twitter accounts that Kingdom Hearts III's Critical Mode will be released tomorrow, April 23rd, as a free update! Tetsuya Nomura's message is as follows: In the official Japanese Twitter for the game series, Nomura specifies that the update will be released on April 24th in Japan (JST). You can read the translation by Goldpanner below. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: The Square Enix website has been updated with technical information concerning two upcoming Kingdom Hearts III updates, Update 1.04 and 1.05, and has stated the time of release as 11 AM JST on April 24th (7PM PST on April 23rd), although it seems that 1.05 will be downloadable at a slightly later time. Update 1.04 will contain the Critical Mode updates and some more changes as detailed below; Update 1.05 will implement changes such as carrying over Keyblade from previous game clear data on starting a new game, and increasing the Gummiphone's photo capacity to 200. Read the details below for more information. The Critical Mode is the hardest difficulty for Kingdom Hearts games offered to only a select number of games in the series. This difficulty for Kingdom Hearts III was first announced by co-director Tai Yasue at the 2019 Game Developers Conference last month. Yasue stated that Critical Mode in Kingdom Hearts III would be more than just a value change, referring to the HP, MP, and damage output of Sora, his allies, and the game's various enemies. He also said that Critical Mode is "more technical and offensive," and will be geared toward those who are "good at action games" and at "timing their attacks". He stated that the skill required will change the way that players will play the game. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: According to the website Automaton Media's sources, Critical Mode will include halved HP and MP values, reduced Situation Command and Grand Magic frequency, and new Critical Mode-exclusive abilities. In addition, more abilities will be available at the start of the game, and players with a completed save file will be able to carry existing items and Keyblade upgrades into a new save file, in a fashion similar to a "New Game Plus" feature. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: Square Enix have confirmed that Update 1.04 will release in the West at the same time as in Japan! It will release on April 23 AT 7 PM PT/10 PM ET, and on April 24 at 2 AM UTC. The Critical Mode was recently featured in a 13 minute video on the official Square Enix Japanese YouTube channel. Check it out below.
  8. Apple rejected it for not offering enough in addition to what just visiting the website in Safari would offer. So I need to do more work on it. I submitted another attempt today, but I'm not sure if they'll accept it or not. Once Apple accepts the app, I'll officially announce both of them.
  9. I used to love this series like 10 years ago 😧 And of course these:
  10. YOOOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

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