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  1. Fair Point, however I wouldn't rule out completely alternate versions of Disney worlds Sora previously visited in his Reality but based on the Live-action remakes/reimaginings (e.g. Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland, Maleficent (even though Sora never visited Enchanted Dominion), Mulan 2020, Aladdin 2019) to appear in the "Unreality" besides just the City of Quadratum and presumably worlds based on Final Fantasy. Literally I just can't imagine the Disney Live-Action remakes along with Marvel and Star Wars (to which the fans want but I don't) be worlds residing in the Realm of Light like the other Disney worlds. That's why I think that besides Quadratum and presumably other Final Fantasy worlds I think their could be some alternate versions of Disney worlds that Sora previously visited in his Reality but based on the Live-action remakes/reimaginings (e.g. Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland, Maleficent (even though Sora never visited Enchanted Dominion), Mulan 2020, Aladdin 2019), As for Chicken Little, yeah I remember that film (a guilty pleasure film) especially the ending with everyone watching Ace stop an actual Alien Invasion that was the segway to the game Ace in Action. I don't know what the next KH game is going to be like and which realm would be the main setting for world exploration (Realm of Light, Unreality, etc.). I could see this game be another spiritual successor to Dream Drop Distance where we play as Sora, Riku and presumably Kairi respectively (without Dream Dropping) and most of the Disney worlds will be based on Old/obscure films with some fairly recent films in the mix. Until then, it's far to early what Nomura and his team has in store.
  2. Then again we also had Game Central Station (Wreck-It Ralph) which although it's a data world it's vastly separate from the other data worlds we've seen in past installments such as the Datascape and the Tron Worlds (Space Paranoids and The Grid) so I think it's the other Disney world (along with presumably the Live-action reimaginings). Secondly in Re:Mind, when Sora encountered Yozora in the nighttime version of the Final World, Quadratum appeared as if it was a projection. Since Wreck-it-Ralph is a video-game, like Verum Rex, it could appear that way. I think it's the reason why Game Central Station appeared in Union χ over KH3 just to expand further on the "Unreality" and that it's a video game similar to Verum Rex.
  3. I want to create a discussion on which Disney Worlds we may expect to see in the Realm of thhe "Unreality" for the next Kingdom Hearts game after Melody of Memory. As of the Game, Melody of Memory Ansem the Wise mentioned that there are three realms in their realm that they can travel to where many of the KH worlds are explored throughout the series: The Realm of Light (where the majority of the Disney worlds and original worlds like Destiny Islands and Radiant Garden reside) The Realm of Darkness (Where the Realm of Darkness and where worlds that were destroyed by the Heartless end up in) The Realms Between (Where Twilight Town, Traverse Town, Land of Departure/Castle Oblivion and The Mysterious Tower reside) He also mentions the worlds of: Memories Dreams/The Realm of Sleep (Where many of the Disney Worlds that didn't return to the Realm of Light following Ansem Seeker of Darkness' defeat from Sora in the first game appear and also the Final World) Data/Datascapes (Consists of Data worlds from Jiminy Journal or the Book of Prophecies, The Tron worlds (Space Paranoids and the Grid) and Game Central Station (Wreck-It Ralph from Union χ) The Other Side/"Unreality" (The City of Quadratum) - The realm outside of their own reality The world of Game Central Station is one of the obvious Disney worlds to appear in the world of Quadratum (Unreality) likely retelling the events of Ralph Breaks the Internet given that the first film was already covered in Union χ. As of now, were not exactly sure what's going to be the main setting for world exploration in the next KH game it could be the "Unreality" (that Riku is going in), the Realm of Sleep from Dream Drop Distance or the Realm of Light (as Kairi is doing her Mark of Mastery training with Aqua). Other than Wreck-It Ralph, I also could see The Pixar worlds of Coco and Soul along with possibly Treasure Planet, Atlantis: The Lost Empire and the worlds based on the live-action remakes/reimaginings (e.g. Alice in Wonderland 2010, Maleficent, Mulan 2019, etc.) being possible Disney worlds found in "Unreality" for the next game, it just comes down to how Nomura and his team decide on which Disney and Pixar films they would choose as worlds for the next game, the environment the world can offer and how the world based on the film fits in the game in terms of story and themes cause they like to cherry pick certain Disney worlds. But what do you guys think?
  4. Now that the trailers for Encanto and Turning Red have come out here are my expectations on the following Disney films becoming worlds for the next KH games (including KH IV): Next KH game after (Melody of Memory): Ralph Breaks the Internet Coco Soul Inside Out Treasure Planet Atlantis: The Lost Empire Alice in Wonderland (2010 film) Maleficent Kingdom Hearts IV: Zootopia Raya and the Last Dragon or Encanto Onward The Incredibles Princess and the Frog Aladdin (returning world) Frozen II (returning world) Toy Story (returning world) Winnie the Pooh (returning world) Moana
  5. Disney and Pixar has released a trailer for their upcoming film, Turning Red. Not much their is to go by from the trailer as it's a teaser, and wether we get it as a world, but hey I Imagine Meillin Lee (in her Red Panda form) could be a unique summon for Sora.
  6. The trailer for Disney's Encanto has launched today giving us our first look of the film's setting (Madrigal House) and our protagonist Mirabel. It's too early to know about Mirabel's abilities and what to expect but I imagine this as a fun mini-game world in a future KH game.
  7. I know Union χ ended a month ago but so many things have happened that blew my mind and what has happened so here we go:
  8. Late to the party and a month old, but I also notice that the Wreck-It Ralph world has a possibility of returning for the next game (albeit retelling the sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet) as shown in the ending for Union χ. Ephemer transports the Player (us) and the Darkness' to Game Central Station, while in the cord the player tell the other darknesses that we never were possessed by one of the darknesses or thought about joining them, we just wanted to trap them in the data world so they wouldn’t spread or cause more damage, now the darknesses including the player can not and never leave the data world, they are there left to die/dissapear. In addition the player locked Game Central Station to prevent the Darknesses from spreading.
  9. Hey everyone, sorry I haven't been on this site and active with the thread for a while. So many things had happen these past 3-4 months, but anyways I bringing the thread up to continue providing discussions relating to Raya and the Last Dragon, Luca, Jungle Cruise, Encanto, and other upcoming films as potential worlds for future KH games as the former two are now streaming on Disney+ and the latter two are coming soon to theaters. Speaking of Encanto, Disney released a poster of the upcoming film giving us a glimpse of the inside of the Magic Madrigal House and the animals (a Toucan, Macaw, Capybara, Butterflies and Hummingbirds). It's also expected that a trailer for the film will launch tomorrow.
  10. I agree with the listing you put and there are many things they can change for future KH titles (Kingdom Hearts IV) following Kingdom Hearts III, but the following changes that they can improve are: Bring back Reaction Commands from Kingdom Hearts II Make the Original worlds as large and expansive as the Disney worlds Going inside a building and house like in past KH games. As much as I enjoy the open world exploration from Kingdom Hearts III, they made certain areas such as Rapunzel's Tower, Elsa Ice Castle, the houses and buildings from The Caribbean, San Fransokyo, and especially the Old Mansion in Twilight Town inaccessible making them feel like walls or sets. More Final Fantasy characters Have more Female Disney characters in your party The pacing not feeling rushed The Number of Disney worlds being around 10-11 as in Kingdom Hearts II (6 new Disney worlds, 3-5 returning) instead of just 7-8 Disney worlds. Improve the gameplay and story. Tie up loose ends.
  11. Frankly I would prefer if Dark Road becomes an Animated movie while Union χ[Cross] is remade as a console game.
  12. Who knows? But for the last 8-10 years, we tend to get news related to Kingdom Hearts in the month of June around E3 (which has become a standard since the Kingdom Hearts III E3 announcement teaser in June 2013 and especially the KH3 Orchestra Trailer back in June 2017), during Tokyo Game Show in September and Jump Festa in December, so It's possible we might get an announcement trailer/teaser related to the next new KH game this year with a release in 2022, as next year is the 20th Anniversary of the first KH game and the Kingdom Hearts franchise as a whole. Whether it be around next month during E3 2021 which coincides around the time the final chapter of Union χ ends or during TGS 2021 is up in the air, but I wouldn't rule out KH related news completely. The ONLY times we didn't get KH-related news was back at E3 2011 (since they wanted to save most of Dream Drop Distance's info at TGS 2011) and especially TGS 2017 & Jump Festa 2018 (Due to the release of the D23 KH3 Toy Story Trailer back in July 2017 and we didn't get brand new KH news until D23 Japan 2018 in February 2018 7-8 months later). Plus, we usually get a new KH game every 1 to 2 years in between going by the release pattern of every KH title.
  13. Blue Sky Studios Co-founder Chris Wedge posted a letter of Blue Sky Studio's Closure yesterday (April 7) on all their social media pages. https://twitter.com/blueskystudios/status/1379822457729785863
  14. @Double OKPYeah since yesterday, all because of everything happening right now thanks to the pandemic which is why Disney shut them down. @WakelessDream, I only watch the first three Ice Age films, Robots, Horton Hears a Who, Rio, Epic, The Peanuts Movie, and Spies in Disguise. I haven't seen Ferdinand but glad it's on Disney+ so I'll watch it then and no comment on Ice Ages 4-5 and Rio 2. Like I said they might not made much of an impact as Disney, DreamWorks, Illumination and especially Pixar but their films still hold a special place within my heart and I'm really going to miss the studio very much. I'm more worried on what's going to happen to the 450 employees at Blue Sky following it's closure in April, even if Disney is planning to bring in the majority of them to have them work at other divisions within Disney (including hopefully within Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar) most of them don't want to relocate to the west coast due to the expensive cost and currently California is having so many cases right now thanks to the pandemic. Same @Vulpes XIII I really going to miss Blue Sky as a animation studio and for their films. I only watched the first three Ice Age films, Robots, Horton Hears a Who, Rio, Epic, The Peanuts Movie, and Spies in Disguise, as for my favorite film it's hard to say I appreciated their films but my favorites were of course Rio, Horton Hears a Who and especially The Peanuts Movie.
  15. Earlier today, The Walt Disney Company has shut down Blue Sky Studios the Greenwich Connecticut studio behind the Ice Age & Rio franchises, as well as other animated films including Robots, Horton Hears a Who, Epic, The Peanuts Movie, Ferdinand and Spies in Disguise. It's last day of operations would be in April resulting in 450 employees leaving the company. Blue Sky was originally set to release Nimona for January 2022 based on the graphic novel by Noelle Stevenson, unfortunately the film was soon scrapped leaving only 10 months of work left uncompleted. You can view the article right here on Deadline. But all I can say is I'm heartbroken and disappointed that Disney is shutting down Blue Sky Studios, cause while Blue Sky isn't as well known or popular as the animated films released by Disney, DreamWorks, Illumination, Sony Pictures Animation or achieve the Universal acclaim as Pixar, I grew up and appreciated their animated films and it was one of the animation Studios that Disney decided to keep following the Fox Acquisition back in March 2019. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and other financial issues happening right now within the company, Disney decided to shut down Blue Sky leaving over 450 talented artists and technicians without a job. But what do you guys think of this news and where you a fan of any of the Blue Sky's films?
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