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  1. Square Enix, Disney, and Sega have revealed a new plush of Sora in his Kingdom Hearts II attire. This item will be part of the Srag Plaza crame game lineup starting June 21, 2024. The online retailer Aitai Kuji usually has these Kingdom Hearts items available for pre-order, so it's worth keeping an eye out if you're interested. Other Kingdom Hearts Sega Plaza plushes include Halloween Town Sora, King Mickey, and Roxas. You can view the new Kingdom Hearts II Sora plush below: View full article
  2. Square Enix, Disney, and Sega have revealed a new plush of Sora in his Kingdom Hearts II attire. This item will be part of the Srag Plaza crame game lineup starting June 21, 2024. The online retailer Aitai Kuji usually has these Kingdom Hearts items available for pre-order, so it's worth keeping an eye out if you're interested. Other Kingdom Hearts Sega Plaza plushes include Halloween Town Sora, King Mickey, and Roxas. You can view the new Kingdom Hearts II Sora plush below:
  3. The official YouTube channel of Utada Hikaru has been uploading several 4K versions of previous music videos, with one of the most recent being "Hikari." For those unaware, "Hikari" is the Japanese theme song of the first Kingdom Hearts, with the English version being "Simple and Clean." “Hikari” was first released in Utada’s 2002 album "Deep River" before being used for several Kingdom Hearts entries. This iconic song has also been remixed multiple times, namely PLANiTb and -Ray of Hope MIX-. A 4K version of the “Passion” music video is scheduled to be uploaded on March 30, 2024, at 8 AM ET/ 5 AM PT. You can view the 4K music video of "Hikari" below:
  4. The official YouTube channel of Utada Hikaru has been uploading several 4K versions of previous music videos, with one of the most recent being "Hikari." For those unaware, "Hikari" is the Japanese theme song of the first Kingdom Hearts, with the English version being "Simple and Clean." “Hikari” was first released in Utada’s 2002 album "Deep River" before being used for several Kingdom Hearts entries. This iconic song has also been remixed multiple times, namely PLANiTb and -Ray of Hope MIX-. A 4K version of the “Passion” music video is scheduled to be uploaded on March 30, 2024, at 8 AM ET/ 5 AM PT. You can view the 4K music video of "Hikari" below: View full article
  5. The official Disney Pins Blog has announced that a new Kingdom Hearts pin is now available at Disney Theme Parks via Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and the Disney Store. Fans can purchase this item and several other recently launched premium pins for $21.99. However, only 3,000 of these pins were produced. You can view the new Kingdom Hearts pin below. It features Mickey with the Kingdom Key D, which has one of his end quotes from the original game stating, "There will always be a door to the light." You can view the other newly made available pins via the official Disney Pins Blog.
  6. The official Disney Pins Blog has announced that a new Kingdom Hearts pin is now available at Disney Theme Parks via Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and the Disney Store. Fans can purchase this item and several other recently launched premium pins for $21.99. However, only 3,000 of these pins were produced. You can view the new Kingdom Hearts pin below. It features Mickey with the Kingdom Key D, which has one of his end quotes from the original game stating, "There will always be a door to the light." You can view the other newly made available pins via the official Disney Pins Blog. View full article
  7. Square Enix has announced that the Android closed beta test for its upcoming free-to-play mobile game, Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link, has been delayed to Spring 2024. It was originally planned for January 2024. The development team apologized for the delay, explaining that they have more adjustments to make in order to ensure it can be played more comfortably. The iOS closed beta test of Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link was held in November 2023. At the same time, Tetsuya Nomura participated in a Special Focus Group Event in which several story, character, and gameplay details were discussed. Our team's Kimpchuu shared his impressions of the Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link iOS closed beta test, which you can check out here. A translation of the latest tweet from the official Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link account announcing the Android closed beta test delay can be viewed below via our team's Ryuji:
  8. Square Enix has announced that the Android closed beta test for its upcoming free-to-play mobile game, Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link, has been delayed to Spring 2024. It was originally planned for January 2024. The development team apologized for the delay, explaining that they have more adjustments to make in order to ensure it can be played more comfortably. The iOS closed beta test of Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link was held in November 2023. At the same time, Tetsuya Nomura participated in a Special Focus Group Event in which several story, character, and gameplay details were discussed. Our team's Kimpchuu shared his impressions of the Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link iOS closed beta test, which you can check out here. A translation of the latest tweet from the official Kingdom Hearts Missing–Link account announcing the Android closed beta test delay can be viewed below via our team's Ryuji: View full article
  9. The fan-led Kingdom Hearts online convention, March Caprice, has announced new information ahead of its arrival in March 2024. For those unaware of what March Caprice is about, the following passage summarizes its premise: The theme of March Caprice 2024 will be "data," as communicated by the announcement trailer and associated promotional artwork. Sans the livestreams and Melody of Memory Tourney, sign-ups for the event will close on January 13, 2024. On the other hand, livestream sign-ups will close on February 17, 2024 and Melody of Memory Tourney sign-ups will close on March 10, 2024. March Caprice 2024 proper will occur between March 24 and March 30, 2024. You can view more information about March Caprice via the Caprice Release or its official website, where one can also submit via various categories. Aside from the above, participans can make art, cosplay, merchandise, music, pre-recorded video, writing, and Smash Bros. tournament submissions. You can view the March Caprice 2024 announcement trailer below:
  10. The fan-led Kingdom Hearts online convention, March Caprice, has announced new information ahead of its arrival in March 2024. For those unaware of what March Caprice is about, the following passage summarizes its premise: The theme of March Caprice 2024 will be "data," as communicated by the announcement trailer and associated promotional artwork. Sans the livestreams and Melody of Memory Tourney, sign-ups for the event will close on January 13, 2024. On the other hand, livestream sign-ups will close on February 17, 2024 and Melody of Memory Tourney sign-ups will close on March 10, 2024. March Caprice 2024 proper will occur between March 24 and March 30, 2024. You can view more information about March Caprice via the Caprice Release or its official website, where one can also submit via various categories. Aside from the above, participans can make art, cosplay, merchandise, music, pre-recorded video, writing, and Smash Bros. tournament submissions. You can view the March Caprice 2024 announcement trailer below: View full article
  11. Square Enix has listed three new Kingdom Hearts keychains for pre-order on their Japanese storefront; Two Become One, Bond of Flame, and the χ-blade. Each costs ¥2,090 (tax included), with September 9th, 2023, shipments. We'll update this article if the products become available via other Square Enix store branches and/or Aitai Kuji. You can view the new keychains via our galleries below:
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