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  • Birthday 12/16/1998

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    川明かり
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  1. Today's new Kingdom Hearts Union X story update added new quests featuring a whole new world, which brings the player to the Game Central Station from Wreck-it Ralph. The announcement of a new world goes back to Tetsuya Nomura's first tease of a world that both had not appeared in the series yet and whose character appears as summon in Kingdom Hearts III. Although the story update is actually available on Japanese server only, it is expected that it will reach North American and European servers soon. Here you can find Everglow's new quests playthrough: This in-game screenshot comes directly from the newly featured world: What are your expectations for this new world? Let us know in the comments! View full article
  2. Today's new Kingdom Hearts Union X story update added new quests featuring a whole new world, which brings the player to the Game Central Station from Wreck-it Ralph. The announcement of a new world goes back to Tetsuya Nomura's first tease of a world that both had not appeared in the series yet and whose character appears as summon in Kingdom Hearts III. Although the story update is actually available on Japanese server only, it is expected that it will reach North American and European servers soon. Here you can find Everglow's new quests playthrough: This in-game screenshot comes directly from the newly featured world: What are your expectations for this new world? Let us know in the comments!
  3. The previously announced Organization XIII King Mickey plush now made its way to Square Enix Store North America and is now available for pre-order. The estimated release date, which might be subjected to changes, is July 2019, and the price is set for $49.99. Be aware that pre-ordering it before March 23 will also apply a 10% discount! UPDATE [July 19, 2019]: The King Mickey plush has been pushed back and will now release on October 30, 2019. Are you looking forward to pre-order this plush? Let us know in the comments! View full article
  4. The previously announced Organization XIII King Mickey plush now made its way to Square Enix Store North America and is now available for pre-order. The estimated release date, which might be subjected to changes, is July 2019, and the price is set for $49.99. Be aware that pre-ordering it before March 23 will also apply a 10% discount! UPDATE [July 19, 2019]: The King Mickey plush has been pushed back and will now release on October 30, 2019. Are you looking forward to pre-order this plush? Let us know in the comments!
  5. Someone might still be having hard times realizing this but yes, it has been a whole month since the launch of Kingdom Hearts III, which happened on January 28. To celebrate, Tetsuya Nomura and the Kingdom Hearts team decided to give fans a special thank you. You can take a look at the short video here below. Don't forget to take a look at our latest articles on Kingdom Hearts III Ultimania and Tetsuya Nomura's Dengeki PlayStation interview!
  6. Someone might still be having hard times realizing this but yes, it has been a whole month since the launch of Kingdom Hearts III, which happened on January 28. To celebrate, Tetsuya Nomura and the Kingdom Hearts team decided to give fans a special thank you. You can take a look at the short video here below. Don't forget to take a look at our latest articles on Kingdom Hearts III Ultimania and Tetsuya Nomura's Dengeki PlayStation interview! View full article
  7. Contrary to any possible expectation, today The OP (aka USAopoly) announced the development of Talisman: Kingdom Hearts Edition, which is coming later this year. The OP is known for publishing other licensed version of popular classic games based on pop culture 3rd party properties. In this case, Talisman, an acclaimed board game published by Games Workshop, which is at its fourth edition, will feature a whole new Kingdom Hearts-inspired version. The game will be playable for two to six players, and the selectable roles are going to be Sora, Kairi, Riku, King Mickey, and Goofy. The players’ main goal will be to “acquire the needed Strength and Magic to seal the Door to Darkness and keep Heartless from consuming the communal worlds”, according to an official press release. The board map will still feature three different regions, with custom six-sided dices, tokens, and cards, both the aspects of the original game and offering a new kind of Disney-based experience. Iconic locations such as Neverland and Traverse Town, a Munny-themed currency, and Gummy Paths, will mark the main characteristics of what is going to be the first Kingdom Hearts board game. Are you looking forward to the board game release? Let us know if you're going to buy it in the comments! View full article
  8. Contrary to any possible expectation, today The OP (aka USAopoly) announced the development of Talisman: Kingdom Hearts Edition, which is coming later this year. The OP is known for publishing other licensed version of popular classic games based on pop culture 3rd party properties. In this case, Talisman, an acclaimed board game published by Games Workshop, which is at its fourth edition, will feature a whole new Kingdom Hearts-inspired version. The game will be playable for two to six players, and the selectable roles are going to be Sora, Kairi, Riku, King Mickey, and Goofy. The players’ main goal will be to “acquire the needed Strength and Magic to seal the Door to Darkness and keep Heartless from consuming the communal worlds”, according to an official press release. The board map will still feature three different regions, with custom six-sided dices, tokens, and cards, both the aspects of the original game and offering a new kind of Disney-based experience. Iconic locations such as Neverland and Traverse Town, a Munny-themed currency, and Gummy Paths, will mark the main characteristics of what is going to be the first Kingdom Hearts board game. Are you looking forward to the board game release? Let us know if you're going to buy it in the comments!
  9. As Kingdom Hearts III came out almost one month ago on January 29, so did the first attempts to look up for all the “hidden truths” veiled into the deepest parts of the game. Although datamining seems impossible at the moment, in this article we will try to sum up all the known discoveries to date made through save editing. Be aware that some of the following medias might be spoiler, so keep reading at your own risk. The first and the most curious finding goes to @Keytotruth. Apparently, Kingdom Hearts III does have some sort of “Critical” Mode. In a quick image comparison, you can spot a clear difference between the HP and MP bar from a Proud Mode save file, and a “Critical” Mode one, as in the letter, the two are considerably reduced. More infos to come. Plus, it looks like beating the game on “Critical” is not going to be displayed into the final Battle Report (credits to @Soraalam1). Thanks to @xeeynamo and @Keytotruth, Aqua managed to get working outside the Vanitas boss fight (which is her only playable moment in the whole game). The negative side is that she is playable on Land of The Departure only. It is also interesting to notice that Aqua has an unused idle face, which might lead to the hypothesis of previous development plans to make her playable during other game phases. Here you can both check out some in-game screenshots and a recorded video from @xeeynamo. One more interesting finding goes to @xeeynamo and @Keytotruth, who accomplished to equip some of the unused (but existent within the game) Keyblades, like Braveheart (Riku’s new Keyblade), Way to Dawn, Master’s Defender and Mickey’s (still) unnamed new Keyblade. In one of his screenshots, @xeeynamo also displayed the possibility to wield Donald’s Mage’s Staff+. Note that no Keyblade beyond Riku ones seem to deal any kind of damage. Here you can both check out some in-game screenshots and a recorded video from @xeeynamo. Thanks to @The13thVessel it is now available a guide to explore San Fransokyo out of its boundaries. You might be willing to check it out, so be sure to follow the exact steps to avoid getting sora despawned. Another compelling discovery from @Keytotruth is that Cura’s 4th spell level, Curaza, does actually exist within the game. However, it seems it can only be triggered by eating some specific food. He also managed to cast in-water spells on the ground. @Keytotruth also noticed an interesting detail concerning the plushies from the King of Toys UFO boss-fight room. Apparently, they have their own unique sounds, which are almost unnoticeable during the boss fight because of both BGM and SFXs. What’s your opinion on these newly found discoveries about the game? Remember that we’ll make sure to constantly update this article whenever something new comes out.
  10. As Kingdom Hearts III came out almost one month ago on January 29, so did the first attempts to look up for all the “hidden truths” veiled into the deepest parts of the game. Although datamining seems impossible at the moment, in this article we will try to sum up all the known discoveries to date made through save editing. Be aware that some of the following medias might be spoiler, so keep reading at your own risk. The first and the most curious finding goes to @Keytotruth. Apparently, Kingdom Hearts III does have some sort of “Critical” Mode. In a quick image comparison, you can spot a clear difference between the HP and MP bar from a Proud Mode save file, and a “Critical” Mode one, as in the letter, the two are considerably reduced. More infos to come. Plus, it looks like beating the game on “Critical” is not going to be displayed into the final Battle Report (credits to @Soraalam1). Thanks to @xeeynamo and @Keytotruth, Aqua managed to get working outside the Vanitas boss fight (which is her only playable moment in the whole game). The negative side is that she is playable on Land of The Departure only. It is also interesting to notice that Aqua has an unused idle face, which might lead to the hypothesis of previous development plans to make her playable during other game phases. Here you can both check out some in-game screenshots and a recorded video from @xeeynamo. One more interesting finding goes to @xeeynamo and @Keytotruth, who accomplished to equip some of the unused (but existent within the game) Keyblades, like Braveheart (Riku’s new Keyblade), Way to Dawn, Master’s Defender and Mickey’s (still) unnamed new Keyblade. In one of his screenshots, @xeeynamo also displayed the possibility to wield Donald’s Mage’s Staff+. Note that no Keyblade beyond Riku ones seem to deal any kind of damage. Here you can both check out some in-game screenshots and a recorded video from @xeeynamo. Thanks to @The13thVessel it is now available a guide to explore San Fransokyo out of its boundaries. You might be willing to check it out, so be sure to follow the exact steps to avoid getting sora despawned. Another compelling discovery from @Keytotruth is that Cura’s 4th spell level, Curaza, does actually exist within the game. However, it seems it can only be triggered by eating some specific food. He also managed to cast in-water spells on the ground. @Keytotruth also noticed an interesting detail concerning the plushies from the King of Toys UFO boss-fight room. Apparently, they have their own unique sounds, which are almost unnoticeable during the boss fight because of both BGM and SFXs. What’s your opinion on these newly found discoveries about the game? Remember that we’ll make sure to constantly update this article whenever something new comes out. View full article
  11. Diamond Select Toys has recently revealed four new figures based on the characters from Kingdom Hearts III on the occasion of Toy Fair 2019, a toy companies show-off convention which will take place in New York City on February 16-19. Gamespot had the chance to take an early look before the show floor debut, at the newly announced second series of figures, which is made of three different sets. In the first set there is a Toy Story Sora figure with the Favorite Deputy Keyblade and an Air Soldier. In the second one, there is also Guardian form Sora with the Hero’s Origin Keyblade and an Air Soldier. In the last one, there is Hercules with a Dusk nobody. All of these packs are in the 7-inch scale, and will be available this fall for 25$(USD) each. UPDATE [Feb 19, 2019]: A bunch of new figures and a collectibles were shown off at Toy Fair 2019, including a Donald Duck PVC statue fighting a toy soldier, two waves of Minimates. Diamond Select Toys also showed off a Sora and King Mickey Vinimates as well as new figure versions of the Toy Story versions of Sora, Donald, and Goofy and Sora's Drive Form version. The Minimates include Maleficent, King Mickey, Wreck-it Ralph, Toy Sora, Captain Jack, Toy Donald, Mike Wazowski, Monster Goofy, Baymax, Sora, Pirate Sora, and Elizabeth Swann. Thanks to PREVIEWSworld for the pictures! Does any of those newly announced sets caught your interest? Let us know in the comments! View full article
  12. Diamond Select Toys has recently revealed four new figures based on the characters from Kingdom Hearts III on the occasion of Toy Fair 2019, a toy companies show-off convention which will take place in New York City on February 16-19. Gamespot had the chance to take an early look before the show floor debut, at the newly announced second series of figures, which is made of three different sets. In the first set there is a Toy Story Sora figure with the Favorite Deputy Keyblade and an Air Soldier. In the second one, there is also Guardian form Sora with the Hero’s Origin Keyblade and an Air Soldier. In the last one, there is Hercules with a Dusk nobody. All of these packs are in the 7-inch scale, and will be available this fall for 25$(USD) each. UPDATE [Feb 19, 2019]: A bunch of new figures and a collectibles were shown off at Toy Fair 2019, including a Donald Duck PVC statue fighting a toy soldier, two waves of Minimates. Diamond Select Toys also showed off a Sora and King Mickey Vinimates as well as new figure versions of the Toy Story versions of Sora, Donald, and Goofy and Sora's Drive Form version. The Minimates include Maleficent, King Mickey, Wreck-it Ralph, Toy Sora, Captain Jack, Toy Donald, Mike Wazowski, Monster Goofy, Baymax, Sora, Pirate Sora, and Elizabeth Swann. Thanks to PREVIEWSworld for the pictures! Does any of those newly announced sets caught your interest? Let us know in the comments!
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