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  1. Square Enix has revealed even more celebratory Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary merchandise, this time comprising a variety of flashy silverware. You can view each product via our gallery as well as respective Japanese Square Enix store page links below. Additionally, Aitai Kuji and AmiAmi store links are listed at this article's conclusion. Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Bowl - ¥2,750 - June 18th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Soup Bowl - ¥2,750 - June 18th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Cup Set - ¥3,850 - June 18th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Glass Set - ¥7,700 - August 27th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Blue - ¥77,000 - December 24th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Red - ¥77,000 - December 24th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Black - ¥77,000 - December 24th, 2022 shipment Aitai Kuji: Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Bowl - ¥2,300 - June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Soup Bowl - ¥2,300 - June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Cup Set - ¥3,270 - June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Glass Set - ¥7,300 - August 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Blue - ¥80,000 - December 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Red - ¥80,000 - December 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Black - ¥80,000 - December 2022 release window AmiAmi (Edo Kiriko Glasses are not available): Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Bowl - ¥2,330 - Mid-June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Soup Bowl - ¥2,330 - Mid-June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Cup Set - ¥3,270 - Mid-June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Glass Set - ¥7,300 - Late August 2022 release window UPDATE: A video showcasing the construction of the Edo Kiriko glasses was shared via Square Enix's official Youtube channel, viewable below:
  2. Square Enix has announced that previous Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary cafe exclusive merchandise, a postcard set, is now available to pre-order via their digital Japan storefront for ¥1,650 ahead of a provided April 28th, 2022 release date. Additionally, an Aitai Kuji store link is available at this article's conclusion. You can view official images of the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary postcard set via our gallery below: Aitai Kuji - ¥2,200 - April/May 2022 release window
  3. Square Enix has announced that previous Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary cafe exclusive merchandise, a postcard set, is now available to pre-order via their digital Japan storefront for ¥1,650 ahead of a provided April 28th, 2022 release date. Additionally, an Aitai Kuji store link is available at this article's conclusion. You can view official images of the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary postcard set via our gallery below: Aitai Kuji - ¥2,200 - April/May 2022 release window View full article
  4. Square Enix has announced that previous Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary cafe exclusive merchandise, a metal keychain and pin badge are available for pre-order via their digital North American storefront. The keychain and metal pin badge are currently sold out on the Square Enix Japan store. You can view both of these products via our galleries below alongside their respective North American store links. Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Metal Keychain - $26.99 - November 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Metal Pin Badge - $12.99 - November 2022 release window Aitai Kuji (Only the Metal Pin Badge is available): Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Metal Pin Badge - ¥1,600 - April/May 2022 release window
  5. Square Enix has announced that previous Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary cafe exclusive merchandise, a metal keychain and pin badge are available for pre-order via their digital North American storefront. The keychain and metal pin badge are currently sold out on the Square Enix Japan store. You can view both of these products via our galleries below alongside their respective North American store links. Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Metal Keychain - $26.99 - November 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Metal Pin Badge - $12.99 - November 2022 release window Aitai Kuji (Only the Metal Pin Badge is available): Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Metal Pin Badge - ¥1,600 - April/May 2022 release window View full article
  6. Square Enix has announced that previous Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary cafe exclusive merchandise, a die-cut memo pad set, is now available to pre-order via the Square Enix Japan store. Costing ¥2,640 and releasing on April 28th, 2022, these items are essentially note pads that purchasers can place atop various surfaces, like fridges. You can view official images of this product via our gallery below: Eventually, someone will be able to make a Kingdom Hearts-themed household with all of this merchandise...
  7. Square Enix has announced that previous Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary cafe exclusive merchandise, a die-cut memo pad set, is now available to pre-order via the Square Enix Japan store. Costing ¥2,640 and releasing on April 28th, 2022, these items are essentially note pads that purchasers can place atop various surfaces, like fridges. You can view official images of this product via our gallery below: Eventually, someone will be able to make a Kingdom Hearts-themed household with all of this merchandise... View full article
  8. During the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary stage event, a lengthy Q&A session was held between fans and crucial staff members of the series. These questions and responses have been shared by event participants, and we have translated them below. Twitter users Aibo and toro_cocoron0te are among the most prominent posters of these questions and answers. The translation work throughout this article has been done by our team's Ryuji. Further, we will update this article accordingly when more translations are provided, and more questions are found: Q1. Does the finale of Dark Road imply that the Player's heart is now inside Xehanort's? A1: Play Dark Road and you will find out. Q2. This is the first time in KH that there is a story branch (the Yozora battle). What is the meaning behind this? A2: Since Yozora is so strong, I thought it would be better to put something in the game "if he loses". Q3. Was Ephemer aware of the player's true intentions in Union Cross' finale? A3: It was a pretty sad farewell, but there's more to Ephemer than meets the eye. A "Missing Link", if you will. All of the questions will be answered once you play Missing Link. Q4: When did Naminé and Ansem first meet? A4: In Castle Oblivion. Q5: Riku's hair was cut in Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance. Who cut it for him? A5: Well, you all wanted his hair to be cut, so I answered your prayers... Q6: Please tell us about the return of Roxas and Xion. A6: There were some doubts on whether to bring them back or not, but everyone had such strong feelings for them, so we decided to bring them back. More Missing - Link information was also revealed during this Q&A: About Kingdom Hearts: Missing - Link Smartphone game, to be released for Android and iOS Promises to have action elements to be as faithful as possible to the main series Max of 6 players can play together. Screen orientation can be switched between portrait or landscape. The story, chronologically speaking, is between Union Cross finale and before Dark Road's start. All of the mysteries we've had so far will be explained. Keywords: Scala Ad Caleum, Founding Father Ephemer, Keyblade Wielders of a Secret Society Closed Beta Test is scheduled for Fall of this year (Details on how to enter are still unknown, however) Two systems: A story mode where you progress through quests, and a mode where you walk around (Comparable to Pokémon Go, but with ways to play it even without having to walk around in real life) In this walking mode, you'll collect pieces and strengthen your Keyblades. Q&A Corner tweeted out by @toro_cocoron0te There are however, these two questions: "Several questions regarding Demyx's true identity sparked among multiple attendants. Answer-wise, they just said: "Well, if I answer them NOW, I won't be able to draw their true potential, now will I? There are two people whose identities are not yet known in the Organization, all of which will be revealed in the future." "Human Nobodies are not marked. They're like pure-blooded Heartless, whereas the others are marked at birth." About Kingdom Hearts IV Not much can be said from it. More information will only come at a very later date, way after E3’s period. (We only revealed this much to avoid it being leaked early.) All of the footage in the trailer is rendered in real-time by the game engine. Trailer’s engine is in Unreal Engine 4, but KH4 will be developed using the new Unreal Engine 5. The logo style has changed because we’re done with the Seekers of Darkness saga. A new world is currently in development. Nomura was uncertain on whether to call it Verum Rex or KH4, but ultimately decided on KH4, due to concern that the name Verum Rex would not connect to Sora. The narration on both trailers (Missing - Link and Kingdom Hearts IV) is done by a character you have known for a long time. (@toro_cocoron0te speculates it might be Young Xehanort) UPDATE( 4/11/2022): Audrey of Aitai Kuji has provided translations for information we did not yet cover, viewable below. This information is sourced from the coverage of Japanese publication, Gamer.
  9. Square Enix has revealed even more celebratory Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary merchandise, this time comprising a variety of flashy silverware. You can view each product via our gallery as well as respective Japanese Square Enix store page links below. Additionally, Aitai Kuji and AmiAmi store links are listed at this article's conclusion. Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Bowl - ¥2,750 - June 18th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Soup Bowl - ¥2,750 - June 18th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Cup Set - ¥3,850 - June 18th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Glass Set - ¥7,700 - August 27th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Blue - ¥77,000 - December 24th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Red - ¥77,000 - December 24th, 2022 shipment Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Black - ¥77,000 - December 24th, 2022 shipment Aitai Kuji: Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Bowl - ¥2,300 - June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Soup Bowl - ¥2,300 - June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Cup Set - ¥3,270 - June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Glass Set - ¥7,300 - August 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Blue - ¥80,000 - December 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Red - ¥80,000 - December 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary x Edo Kiriko Glass Black - ¥80,000 - December 2022 release window AmiAmi (Edo Kiriko Glasses are not available): Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Bowl - ¥2,330 - Mid-June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Soup Bowl - ¥2,330 - Mid-June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tea Cup Set - ¥3,270 - Mid-June 2022 release window Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Glass Set - ¥7,300 - Late August 2022 release window UPDATE: A video showcasing the construction of the Edo Kiriko glasses was shared via Square Enix's official Youtube channel, viewable below: View full article
  10. During the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary stage event, a lengthy Q&A session was held between fans and crucial staff members of the series. These questions and responses have been shared by event participants, and we have translated them below. Twitter users Aibo and toro_cocoron0te are among the most prominent posters of these questions and answers. The translation work throughout this article has been done by our team's Ryuji. Further, we will update this article accordingly when more translations are provided, and more questions are found: Q1. Does the finale of Dark Road imply that the Player's heart is now inside Xehanort's? A1: Play Dark Road and you will find out. Q2. This is the first time in KH that there is a story branch (the Yozora battle). What is the meaning behind this? A2: Since Yozora is so strong, I thought it would be better to put something in the game "if he loses". Q3. Was Ephemer aware of the player's true intentions in Union Cross' finale? A3: It was a pretty sad farewell, but there's more to Ephemer than meets the eye. A "Missing Link", if you will. All of the questions will be answered once you play Missing Link. Q4: When did Naminé and Ansem first meet? A4: In Castle Oblivion. Q5: Riku's hair was cut in Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance. Who cut it for him? A5: Well, you all wanted his hair to be cut, so I answered your prayers... Q6: Please tell us about the return of Roxas and Xion. A6: There were some doubts on whether to bring them back or not, but everyone had such strong feelings for them, so we decided to bring them back. More Missing - Link information was also revealed during this Q&A: About Kingdom Hearts: Missing - Link Smartphone game, to be released for Android and iOS Promises to have action elements to be as faithful as possible to the main series Max of 6 players can play together. Screen orientation can be switched between portrait or landscape. The story, chronologically speaking, is between Union Cross finale and before Dark Road's start. All of the mysteries we've had so far will be explained. Keywords: Scala Ad Caleum, Founding Father Ephemer, Keyblade Wielders of a Secret Society Closed Beta Test is scheduled for Fall of this year (Details on how to enter are still unknown, however) Two systems: A story mode where you progress through quests, and a mode where you walk around (Comparable to Pokémon Go, but with ways to play it even without having to walk around in real life) In this walking mode, you'll collect pieces and strengthen your Keyblades. Q&A Corner tweeted out by @toro_cocoron0te There are however, these two questions: "Several questions regarding Demyx's true identity sparked among multiple attendants. Answer-wise, they just said: "Well, if I answer them NOW, I won't be able to draw their true potential, now will I? There are two people whose identities are not yet known in the Organization, all of which will be revealed in the future." "Human Nobodies are not marked. They're like pure-blooded Heartless, whereas the others are marked at birth." About Kingdom Hearts IV Not much can be said from it. More information will only come at a very later date, way after E3’s period. (We only revealed this much to avoid it being leaked early.) All of the footage in the trailer is rendered in real-time by the game engine. Trailer’s engine is in Unreal Engine 4, but KH4 will be developed using the new Unreal Engine 5. The logo style has changed because we’re done with the Seekers of Darkness saga. A new world is currently in development. Nomura was uncertain on whether to call it Verum Rex or KH4, but ultimately decided on KH4, due to concern that the name Verum Rex would not connect to Sora. The narration on both trailers (Missing - Link and Kingdom Hearts IV) is done by a character you have known for a long time. (@toro_cocoron0te speculates it might be Young Xehanort) UPDATE( 4/11/2022): Audrey of Aitai Kuji has provided translations for information we did not yet cover, viewable below. This information is sourced from the coverage of Japanese publication, Gamer. View full article
  11. Adding on to the onslaught of Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary merchandise that was announced are several pieces of jewelry and watches. As usual, each product is viewable via our gallery below alongside respective Japanese Square Enix store page links. Alternative store links are available at this article's conclusion. The rings all ship on October 1st, 2022, while the watches ship on November 19th, 2022. Additionally, both Monogram rings have 4 chooseable color options. Kingdom Hearts Monogram Silver Ring - ¥19,580 Kingdom Hearts Monogram Silver Ring Wide - ¥21,780 Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring Paopu Fruit - ¥18,480 (Silver) / ¥71,500 (18k Karat Gold) Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring King - ¥18,480 (Silver) / ¥71,500 (18k Karat Gold) Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring Heart - ¥18,480 (Silver) / ¥71,500 (18k Karat Gold) Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Quartz Watch Black - ¥38,500 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Quartz Watch Silver - ¥38,500 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Watch Round Open Heart - ¥107,800 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Watch Open Heart - ¥107,800 Square Enix North America (The Icon Rings and Watches are unavailable. All monogram rings possess November 2023 release windows. Further, the normal sized ones cost $177.99, while the wider variants cost $197.99) Kingdom Hearts Monogram Silver Ring Kingdom Hearts Monogram Silver Ring -18k Rose Gold Plated Kingdom Hearts Monogram Silver Ring -18k Yellow Gold Plated Kingdom Hearts Monogram Black Silver Ring Kingdom Hearts Monogram Silver Wide Ring Kingdom Hearts Monogram Silver Wide Ring - 18k Rose Gold Plated Kingdom Hearts Monogram Silver Wide Ring - 18k Yellow Gold Plated Kingdom Hearts Monogram Black Silver Wide Ring Aitai Kuji (Monogram Rings are unavailable. Silver ring variants are all ¥19,800 while Gold ring variants are ¥76,300. Further, each ring possesses an October 2022 release window. Lastly, each watch possesses a November 2022 release window): Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring Paopu Fruit Silver Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring Paopu Fruit Gold Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring King Silver Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring King Gold Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring Heart Silver Kingdom Hearts Icon Fork Ring Heart Gold Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Quartz Watch Black - ¥36,570 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Quartz Watch Silver - ¥36,570 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Watch Round Open Heart - ¥102,400 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Watch Open Heart - ¥102,400 AmiAmi (All rings are unavailable. All watches possess a Mid-November 2022 release window): Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Quartz Watch Black - Discounted price of ¥36,570 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Quartz Watch Silver - Discounted price of ¥36,570 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Watch Round Open Heart - Discounted price of ¥102,400 Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Watch Open Heart - Discounted price of ¥102,400 UPDATE: Square Enix has published a video showcasing the construction of the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary watches, viewable below: View full article
  12. During the currently ongoing Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary event, merchandise retailer Super Groupies has announced that they will be launching 45 wearable accessories in Summer 2022. Event participants have shared images of the advertisements, viewable below: View full article
  13. Square Enix has revealed numerous apparel available for pre-order via their digital storefronts. You can view each of these T-shirts via our gallery below as well as respective Japan store page links. Each shirt ships from the Square Enix Japan store on June 24th, 2022. AmiAmi store links are at this article's conclusion. King Mickey Hoodie - ¥9,680 King Mickey T-shirt - ¥5,280 Sora - Dive to the Heart T-shirt - ¥5,280 AmiAmi (All release in late June 2022): King Mickey Hoodie - ¥8,220 King Mickey T-shirt - ¥4,480 Sora - Dive to the Heart T-shirt - ¥4,480 Aitai Kuji (All release in June 2022) : King Mickey Hoodie - ¥8,200 King Mickey T-shirt - ¥4,800 Sora - Dive to the Heart T-shirt - ¥4,800 View full article
  14. During the currently ongoing Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary event, merchandise retailer Super Groupies has announced that they will be launching 45 wearable accessories in Summer 2022. Event participants have shared images of the advertisements, viewable below:
  15. With the event starting tonight in our standard time I would like to ask what your final predictions for the 20th Anniversary event are. Here's Mine: Kingdom Hearts IV/Verum Rex: 99%. even if it's just a teaser. A New KH Mobile game: 95% KH merchandising: 95% KH HD III.5 collection (KH3+ReMind, MoM and Union χ movie): 90% A KH bridge game released before KHIV: 90% Next chapters/Episodes for KH Dark Road: 88% KH TV series for Disney+: 80% Re: Union χ as either movie or full Console remake: 70% KH1 to KH MoM re-release for PS5/XBOX series X: 50%
  16. Sony Japan has announced that to celebrate the Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary, they will be selling commemorative Walkmen. Unfortunately, even when viewing the announcement page, no images of this item have been revealed. However, those who sign up with their Sony ID will receive a 10% coupon. We'll be share to share further news on this unique and unexpected product when it is discussed in a greater capacity. UPDATE (4/15/2022) : The announcement page has been updated to state that the walkman will come with a pair of wireless headphones and "etc," whatever the latter means. There are still no images for this upcoming product.
  17. Sony Japan has announced that to celebrate the Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary, they will be selling commemorative Walkmen. Unfortunately, even when viewing the announcement page, no images of this item have been revealed. However, those who sign up with their Sony ID will receive a 10% coupon. We'll be share to share further news on this unique and unexpected product when it is discussed in a greater capacity. UPDATE (4/15/2022) : The announcement page has been updated to state that the walkman will come with a pair of wireless headphones and "etc," whatever the latter means. There are still no images for this upcoming product. View full article
  18. With today being the Kingdom Hearts series' 20th anniversary, I decided to reflect on which scenes in the games impacted me the most. It was a time-consuming process, and my mind will probably change in due time, but each of the following scenes is undoubtedly engraved within my heart. Of course, there’s nothing objective about this list as it’s primarily dependent on nostalgia and personal impact. Still, there's bound to at least be a few most of us agree on. Before beginning the piece proper, I'd like to credit the following individuals: Regular Pat for creating the handy Wayfinder Project, an amazingly convenient tool for finding most of the cutscenes in the series. Identifying the names of most of the aforementioned scenes would have been truly burdensome if not for this resource. Damo279, since the Kingdom Hearts Union χ screenshots I used throughout this piece are from his video compiling the game's final scenes. 20. An Unexpected Bond Re:Coded receives a decent amount of flack, and some of it is justified. However, its Castle Oblivion segment is arguably one of the most underrated finales of any Kingdom Hearts title. Data Sora confronting Data Roxas about accepting his pain, even if it consumes him, is one of the few times I was genuinely moved in this game. Despite this not being the Sora we’ve come to know and love throughout the series, he still is Sora. Further, Roxas’ lashing out afterward is starkly emotive. Frankly, just seeing an iteration of Roxas acting somewhat antagonistically toward Sora directly is noteworthy, especially in Re:Coded, where it is a spread-out, gradual process. Alas, if only the HD 2.5 movie showcased their fight instead of skipping past it. 19. 7 and 13 Due to its platform and genre, I don’t have as much of a connection to Kingdom Hearts Union χ as I do the other games, but following its plot, despite its sporadic updates, was a thrilling experience. The finale contained a bunch of bombshells, such as the final seen conversation between the Master of Masters and Luxu. The revelations regarding the truth of the Foretellers’ being trained to unwittingly harbor the willful Darknesses, Luxu’s immediate opposition to it, and the Master’s chilling attitude were immensely memorable, to say the least. As heinous as the Master’s acts are, the gray morality showcased here has me indescribably excited for his future endeavors and Luxu’s actions. 18. Disorder This is most likely the strangest entry on this list, but this is easily one of the most standout scenes in 358/2 Days and the series as a whole. Roxas finds himself on Destiny Islands and sees Xion in the distance. However, after approaching her, she removes her head and reveals herself to be…Zexion? From then on, it becomes a disturbing mishmash of Riku’s and Zexion’s final conversation from Chain of Memories, with Roxas morphing into various other figures. After realizing that this is essentially a nightmare of Xion’s comprising her struggling with her identity, its oddities become far clearer. Due to its somber subject matter and the legitimately chilling sound design, this is honestly the most unnerving scene in the franchise, and it will likely always stick with me. 17. Fall to Darkness Back to Kingdom Hearts Union χ, the finale contained yet another notable scene; the Player’s false betrayal toward Ephemer and Skuld. The sheer shock value of this scene alone, alongside the eventual reveal of Ephemer and Skuld being the final bosses, was jaw-dropping, to put it mildly. Even as an onlooker of this game, I was amazed by the boldness of this twist, and the eventual reveal of the Player faking it all to deceive the Darknesses makes this initial occurrence even more notable. This scenario reminds me of the classic phrase stating that to deceive your enemies, you must fool your friends first, and while that happens here, it’s severely tragic. Skuld and Ephemer aren’t aware that the Player was not taken over. Moreover, the Player perishes soon afterward. A bitter, sudden farewell for all parties involved. 16. Phantom Promise or Not Chain of Memories has some of the best showcases of Sora’s characterization, and this scene of him, Donald, and Goofy confronting Marluxia exemplifies it. Marluxia threatens Namine to eliminate Sora’s memories which would lead to his demise due to the inherent connective tissue memories boast in this series. However, Sora doesn’t fear this at all. In fact, he dares for the erasure to occur. His faith in himself and his friends piecing himself back together displays how selfless and open-hearted he is. Honestly, reflecting on moments like this when Sora’s selflessness and love for others ultimately led to his eventual banishment makes exchanges like this somewhat ominous. 15. Closing the Door The Kingdom Hearts I ending sequence is classic and its placement shouldn’t require much explanation. Admittedly, I can’t deny that my love for this scene, and many forthcoming ones, primarily stems from nostalgia. Still, the effectiveness of Sora and Kairi parting ways, the worlds’ restorations, and the beginning of "Simple and Clean" hitting as soon as Sora’s and Kairi’s hands leave each other is such magnificent timing. It’s simply a fantastic ending sequence that undeniably struck many of us since our first viewings. 14. Darkness' Call Despite its mixed reception, I adore Dream Drop Distance’s endgame for a multitude of reasons. One of those reasons stems from Riku’s final conversation with Ansem, where Riku frankly acknowledges his mistakes, even questioning his fittingness for the Keyblade. His honesty and lack of fear here say volumes when speaking in front of Ansem Seeker of Darkness himself. Additionally, the revelation of Riku being a Dream Eater is a noteworthy, excellent twist. Riku’s growth is stellar, and seeing it so transparently depicted here is remarkably satisfying. 13. Place to Belong Days has several impressive scenes, with one of the more memorable ones being Axel’s confrontation with Xion in front of Twilight Town’s mansion. Axel is really the star of this exchange, as his simultaneous adoration and frustration with Xion and Roxas reach a boiling point. “…I’ll always be there to bring you back” is an iconic line, perfectly encapsulating Axel’s fervent desire to keep the three of them together for as long as possible. 12. Vexen's End Speaking of Axel, him eliminating Vexen in Chain of Memories is, as the kids say, ‘kino.’ Throughout this title, Axel remains a consistent enigma. His true allegiances are shrouded in whatever personal goals he’s pursuing, and it isn’t until this instance that the sheer strength of his determination is showcased. Personally, I find him burning Vexen in Re:Chain of Memories more brutal than the chakram stab in the GBA version. Regardless, Axel’s absence of hesitation makes this a grim departure, and Sora’s exclamation at who precisely these black-robed fellows are aligned with those of us who experienced this game before Kingdom Hearts II. 11. My Friends Are My Power! My favorite scene in Dream Drop Distance is right before Sora’s final boss in The World That Never Was. While there is a fair amount of exposition here detailed between Xemnas and Xigbar, I found it to amplify the already present tension emitted from Sora’s shock. It also made the tragedies that took place in Days more prominent in efficacy. Still, even in the face of these veiled truths, Sora’s cheesy yet effective faith in his friends allows him to strive further, even taking Xigbar aback. That visual alone of Sora with the other central cast members makes this scene a top pick. 10. Kairi Awakens Of all the moments in the original Kingdom Hearts, Sora’s Sacrifice is the most emotionally impactful. Even when removing all context, the imagery of Sora stabbing himself to restore the Princess’ hearts is astounding. The musical choice here is also notable, resulting in this scene being one of the first I think of in relation to this title. Roxas’ and Namine’s eventual creation also stems from this sacrifice, making it truly hallmark. 9. Dreams Connected Putting an opening here may be cheating somewhat, but this is my favorite visual sequence for any Kingdom Hearts introduction. The well-timed musical beats with the imagery are sublime. It also excellently recaps the previous two games in engaging, distinct ways. 8. Light Expires The Guardians of Light all falling was an appalling sight. From Donald’s Zettaflare to Riku’s final stand, everything here was a bombardment of surprise. However, what elevates this scene for me above all else, is Sora’s emotional breakdown, highlighting his disconcerting sense of self-worth. As it turns out, his reliance on others granting him strength has been too severe, tainting his self-image. Ultimately, seeing Sora, of all characters, lose himself in such a state exemplifies the bleakness of this tragedy. 7. You Admit it / Candid Words The Days trio reuniting provided an indescribable sense of catharsis that few pieces of media have managed to make me feel. Roxas, Axel, and Xion are my favorite of the trios, primarily due to how 358/2 Days' pacing was handled. Its slow-burn focused on the growing friendship between these three, and it was heart-wrenching to see it all ripped away by the end. Honestly, just seeing these three crying and laughing together brought me to tears. 6. Lost Masters The Kingdom Hearts III Epilogue remains one of the most startling sequences in the series, especially with added retrospect from Kingdom Hearts Union χ. Xigbar being Luxu puts so many prior oddities into newer, wilder contexts, and several scenes make inestimable more sense. I still vividly remember my shock when seeing Luxu pull off his hood and my mind scrambling to arrange puzzle pieces into their proper place. 5. Birth by Sleep This is an unoriginal and almost cheesy pick, but the secret ending of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix still amazes me. It’s a visual treat boasting intense combat and the masterful “Fate of the Unknown.” When I was younger, I viewed this scene on YouTube countless times, transfixed by what this breathtaking cinematic alluded to in the future, or as we’d come to learn, the past. 4. Blank Points Blank Points needs no words. It expertly weaves in prior series elements, culminating in a tear-jerking finale where the burden Sora bears is evident. The swapping between multiple perspectives and times amplifies the weight Sora carries. Following the melancholic atmosphere Birth by Sleep tends to embrace, Blank Points provides a profound sense of hope for the future. 3. I've Been Having These Weird Thoughts Lately Yozora remains an enigmatic existence. Still, the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind Secret Episode gave us a decent lens regarding his personality and what to potentially expect from the future. And, the scene when losing against Yozora probably gave us more than what any of us expected. Between Sora’s crystallization and Yozora waking in a recreated shot from Final Fantasy Versus XIII, I was quite literally speechless for longer than I’d like to admit. Then, of course, the addition of the original Kingdom Hearts opening quotes was the cherry on top, ultimately providing a distinct sensation reminiscent of my childhood memories of magical wonder with the series. 2. Tears If there’s one scene that made me cry unrestrained, it was this one. Xion’s acceptance of her fate, combined with the fading memories and Roxas’ mystification at the events before him, is almost too much to bear. Further, Xion’s hopeful grasping for Roxas to fulfill her wishes despite the memory conundrum is endearing amidst all the grief. A scene is undeniably effective if it still impacts you after dozens of viewings, and this cleanly fits that bill. The updated scene in HD 1.5 with the shown battle between the two is also very much appreciated. 1. Kingdom Hearts III Ending Kingdom Hearts III’s ending managed to make me feel what I thought was impossible with an entry this long-awaited; simultaneous satisfaction and yearning. The sheer sight of the vast cast playing together on Destiny Islands always causes me to have a joyous smile when combined with the phenomenal “Don’t Think Twice.” Furthermore, the updated visuals near the launch of Re Mind only enhanced my appreciation for this segment. Finally, and most notably, Sora’s fading by the end left me hooked. While I completely understand the distaste for this final shot, I've remained enthralled by its implications and what the future will be like with this altered cast. With the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary event arriving April 10th, 2022, us fans will certainly have a whole new era of Kingdom Hearts to look forward to. I, for one, can not wait, and am eagerly looking forward to making more memories with this franchise. Which Kingdom Hearts scenes are your favorites? Let us know in the comments below!
  19. With today being the Kingdom Hearts series' 20th anniversary, I decided to reflect on which scenes in the games impacted me the most. It was a time-consuming process, and my mind will probably change in due time, but each of the following scenes is undoubtedly engraved within my heart. Of course, there’s nothing objective about this list as it’s primarily dependent on nostalgia and personal impact. Still, there's bound to at least be a few most of us agree on. Before beginning the piece proper, I'd like to credit the following individuals: Regular Pat for creating the handy Wayfinder Project, an amazingly convenient tool for finding most of the cutscenes in the series. Identifying the names of most of the aforementioned scenes would have been truly burdensome if not for this resource. Damo279, since the Kingdom Hearts Union χ screenshots I used throughout this piece are from his video compiling the game's final scenes. 20. An Unexpected Bond Re:Coded receives a decent amount of flack, and some of it is justified. However, its Castle Oblivion segment is arguably one of the most underrated finales of any Kingdom Hearts title. Data Sora confronting Data Roxas about accepting his pain, even if it consumes him, is one of the few times I was genuinely moved in this game. Despite this not being the Sora we’ve come to know and love throughout the series, he still is Sora. Further, Roxas’ lashing out afterward is starkly emotive. Frankly, just seeing an iteration of Roxas acting somewhat antagonistically toward Sora directly is noteworthy, especially in Re:Coded, where it is a spread-out, gradual process. Alas, if only the HD 2.5 movie showcased their fight instead of skipping past it. 19. 7 and 13 Due to its platform and genre, I don’t have as much of a connection to Kingdom Hearts Union χ as I do the other games, but following its plot, despite its sporadic updates, was a thrilling experience. The finale contained a bunch of bombshells, such as the final seen conversation between the Master of Masters and Luxu. The revelations regarding the truth of the Foretellers’ being trained to unwittingly harbor the willful Darknesses, Luxu’s immediate opposition to it, and the Master’s chilling attitude were immensely memorable, to say the least. As heinous as the Master’s acts are, the gray morality showcased here has me indescribably excited for his future endeavors and Luxu’s actions. 18. Disorder This is most likely the strangest entry on this list, but this is easily one of the most standout scenes in 358/2 Days and the series as a whole. Roxas finds himself on Destiny Islands and sees Xion in the distance. However, after approaching her, she removes her head and reveals herself to be…Zexion? From then on, it becomes a disturbing mishmash of Riku’s and Zexion’s final conversation from Chain of Memories, with Roxas morphing into various other figures. After realizing that this is essentially a nightmare of Xion’s comprising her struggling with her identity, its oddities become far clearer. Due to its somber subject matter and the legitimately chilling sound design, this is honestly the most unnerving scene in the franchise, and it will likely always stick with me. 17. Fall to Darkness Back to Kingdom Hearts Union χ, the finale contained yet another notable scene; the Player’s false betrayal toward Ephemer and Skuld. The sheer shock value of this scene alone, alongside the eventual reveal of Ephemer and Skuld being the final bosses, was jaw-dropping, to put it mildly. Even as an onlooker of this game, I was amazed by the boldness of this twist, and the eventual reveal of the Player faking it all to deceive the Darknesses makes this initial occurrence even more notable. This scenario reminds me of the classic phrase stating that to deceive your enemies, you must fool your friends first, and while that happens here, it’s severely tragic. Skuld and Ephemer aren’t aware that the Player was not taken over. Moreover, the Player perishes soon afterward. A bitter, sudden farewell for all parties involved. 16. Phantom Promise or Not Chain of Memories has some of the best showcases of Sora’s characterization, and this scene of him, Donald, and Goofy confronting Marluxia exemplifies it. Marluxia threatens Namine to eliminate Sora’s memories which would lead to his demise due to the inherent connective tissue memories boast in this series. However, Sora doesn’t fear this at all. In fact, he dares for the erasure to occur. His faith in himself and his friends piecing himself back together displays how selfless and open-hearted he is. Honestly, reflecting on moments like this when Sora’s selflessness and love for others ultimately led to his eventual banishment makes exchanges like this somewhat ominous. 15. Closing the Door The Kingdom Hearts I ending sequence is classic and its placement shouldn’t require much explanation. Admittedly, I can’t deny that my love for this scene, and many forthcoming ones, primarily stems from nostalgia. Still, the effectiveness of Sora and Kairi parting ways, the worlds’ restorations, and the beginning of "Simple and Clean" hitting as soon as Sora’s and Kairi’s hands leave each other is such magnificent timing. It’s simply a fantastic ending sequence that undeniably struck many of us since our first viewings. 14. Darkness' Call Despite its mixed reception, I adore Dream Drop Distance’s endgame for a multitude of reasons. One of those reasons stems from Riku’s final conversation with Ansem, where Riku frankly acknowledges his mistakes, even questioning his fittingness for the Keyblade. His honesty and lack of fear here say volumes when speaking in front of Ansem Seeker of Darkness himself. Additionally, the revelation of Riku being a Dream Eater is a noteworthy, excellent twist. Riku’s growth is stellar, and seeing it so transparently depicted here is remarkably satisfying. 13. Place to Belong Days has several impressive scenes, with one of the more memorable ones being Axel’s confrontation with Xion in front of Twilight Town’s mansion. Axel is really the star of this exchange, as his simultaneous adoration and frustration with Xion and Roxas reach a boiling point. “…I’ll always be there to bring you back” is an iconic line, perfectly encapsulating Axel’s fervent desire to keep the three of them together for as long as possible. 12. Vexen's End Speaking of Axel, him eliminating Vexen in Chain of Memories is, as the kids say, ‘kino.’ Throughout this title, Axel remains a consistent enigma. His true allegiances are shrouded in whatever personal goals he’s pursuing, and it isn’t until this instance that the sheer strength of his determination is showcased. Personally, I find him burning Vexen in Re:Chain of Memories more brutal than the chakram stab in the GBA version. Regardless, Axel’s absence of hesitation makes this a grim departure, and Sora’s exclamation at who precisely these black-robed fellows are aligned with those of us who experienced this game before Kingdom Hearts II. 11. My Friends Are My Power! My favorite scene in Dream Drop Distance is right before Sora’s final boss in The World That Never Was. While there is a fair amount of exposition here detailed between Xemnas and Xigbar, I found it to amplify the already present tension emitted from Sora’s shock. It also made the tragedies that took place in Days more prominent in efficacy. Still, even in the face of these veiled truths, Sora’s cheesy yet effective faith in his friends allows him to strive further, even taking Xigbar aback. That visual alone of Sora with the other central cast members makes this scene a top pick. 10. Kairi Awakens Of all the moments in the original Kingdom Hearts, Sora’s Sacrifice is the most emotionally impactful. Even when removing all context, the imagery of Sora stabbing himself to restore the Princess’ hearts is astounding. The musical choice here is also notable, resulting in this scene being one of the first I think of in relation to this title. Roxas’ and Namine’s eventual creation also stems from this sacrifice, making it truly hallmark. 9. Dreams Connected Putting an opening here may be cheating somewhat, but this is my favorite visual sequence for any Kingdom Hearts introduction. The well-timed musical beats with the imagery are sublime. It also excellently recaps the previous two games in engaging, distinct ways. 8. Light Expires The Guardians of Light all falling was an appalling sight. From Donald’s Zettaflare to Riku’s final stand, everything here was a bombardment of surprise. However, what elevates this scene for me above all else, is Sora’s emotional breakdown, highlighting his disconcerting sense of self-worth. As it turns out, his reliance on others granting him strength has been too severe, tainting his self-image. Ultimately, seeing Sora, of all characters, lose himself in such a state exemplifies the bleakness of this tragedy. 7. You Admit it / Candid Words The Days trio reuniting provided an indescribable sense of catharsis that few pieces of media have managed to make me feel. Roxas, Axel, and Xion are my favorite of the trios, primarily due to how 358/2 Days' pacing was handled. Its slow-burn focused on the growing friendship between these three, and it was heart-wrenching to see it all ripped away by the end. Honestly, just seeing these three crying and laughing together brought me to tears. 6. Lost Masters The Kingdom Hearts III Epilogue remains one of the most startling sequences in the series, especially with added retrospect from Kingdom Hearts Union χ. Xigbar being Luxu puts so many prior oddities into newer, wilder contexts, and several scenes make inestimable more sense. I still vividly remember my shock when seeing Luxu pull off his hood and my mind scrambling to arrange puzzle pieces into their proper place. 5. Birth by Sleep This is an unoriginal and almost cheesy pick, but the secret ending of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix still amazes me. It’s a visual treat boasting intense combat and the masterful “Fate of the Unknown.” When I was younger, I viewed this scene on YouTube countless times, transfixed by what this breathtaking cinematic alluded to in the future, or as we’d come to learn, the past. 4. Blank Points Blank Points needs no words. It expertly weaves in prior series elements, culminating in a tear-jerking finale where the burden Sora bears is evident. The swapping between multiple perspectives and times amplifies the weight Sora carries. Following the melancholic atmosphere Birth by Sleep tends to embrace, Blank Points provides a profound sense of hope for the future. 3. I've Been Having These Weird Thoughts Lately Yozora remains an enigmatic existence. Still, the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind Secret Episode gave us a decent lens regarding his personality and what to potentially expect from the future. And, the scene when losing against Yozora probably gave us more than what any of us expected. Between Sora’s crystallization and Yozora waking in a recreated shot from Final Fantasy Versus XIII, I was quite literally speechless for longer than I’d like to admit. Then, of course, the addition of the original Kingdom Hearts opening quotes was the cherry on top, ultimately providing a distinct sensation reminiscent of my childhood memories of magical wonder with the series. 2. Tears If there’s one scene that made me cry unrestrained, it was this one. Xion’s acceptance of her fate, combined with the fading memories and Roxas’ mystification at the events before him, is almost too much to bear. Further, Xion’s hopeful grasping for Roxas to fulfill her wishes despite the memory conundrum is endearing amidst all the grief. A scene is undeniably effective if it still impacts you after dozens of viewings, and this cleanly fits that bill. The updated scene in HD 1.5 with the shown battle between the two is also very much appreciated. 1. Kingdom Hearts III Ending Kingdom Hearts III’s ending managed to make me feel what I thought was impossible with an entry this long-awaited; simultaneous satisfaction and yearning. The sheer sight of the vast cast playing together on Destiny Islands always causes me to have a joyous smile when combined with the phenomenal “Don’t Think Twice.” Furthermore, the updated visuals near the launch of Re Mind only enhanced my appreciation for this segment. Finally, and most notably, Sora’s fading by the end left me hooked. While I completely understand the distaste for this final shot, I've remained enthralled by its implications and what the future will be like with this altered cast. With the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary event arriving April 10th, 2022, us fans will certainly have a whole new era of Kingdom Hearts to look forward to. I, for one, can not wait, and am eagerly looking forward to making more memories with this franchise. Which Kingdom Hearts scenes are your favorites? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  20. 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. 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! View full article
  21. The official Japan Twitter account for Final Fantasy VII Remake has released new artwork commeorating the Kingdom Hearts franchise's 20th anniversary! Cloud is depicted akin to the Sora on the original Kingdom Hearts box art! Earlier this year, Square Enix shared Kingdom Hearts art celebrating Final Fantasy VII's 25th anniversary. You can view the commemoratory artwork via our gallery below:
  22. The official Japan Twitter account for Final Fantasy VII Remake has released new artwork commeorating the Kingdom Hearts franchise's 20th anniversary! Cloud is depicted akin to the Sora on the original Kingdom Hearts box art! Earlier this year, Square Enix shared Kingdom Hearts art celebrating Final Fantasy VII's 25th anniversary. You can view the commemoratory artwork via our gallery below: View full article
  23. 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. 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!
  24. UPDATE: May 24th, 2022: The Ichiban Kuji has been delayed to July 16th, 2022, due to global distribution disruption and shipping delays. Square Enix has revealed the release date, price point, and locations of launch for the items present in the Kingdom Hearts ~20th Anniversary~ Ichiban Kuji lottery. The contents of the new lottery information has been translated by our team's Ryuji: ・Release date: To be released sequentially from July 16th, 2022 (Saturday) ・MSRP: 750 yen per purchase (10% tax already accounted for) ・Stores handling the product: 7-11 stores, Ito-Yokado stores ※ The product distribution will end as soon as stock runs out. ※ Images are merely illustrative and may differ from the final product. ※ Content is subject to change without notice. Prize A: Sora Statue Prize B: Kairi Statue Prize C Design Clock Prize D Plushie Mascot Prize E: Canvas Board Prize F: Hand towel Prize G: Glass Prize H: Keyblade Charm Collection Last One Prize: Sora Statue - Last One ver. Double Chance Campaign: Sora Statue - Last One ver. UPDATE 7/8/2022: Bandai has shared a promotional video highlighting the lottery items, viewable below: View full article
  25. Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Fan Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3sCHksyojQ what do you think ?
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