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  1. The latest issue of GameRadar's Edge magazine has featured an article about the development of Kingdom Hearts III as a whole through the eyes of Kingdom Hearts director Tetsuya Nomura and co-director Tai Yasue! Edge deputy editor Jen Simpkins had the opportunity to talk to both Nomura and Yasue about the beginning of Kingdom Hearts III's development and how switching from Square Enix's in-house Luminous Engine to Epic's Unreal Engine 4 was a difficult task, the importance of Pixar in Kingdom Hearts III's existence, and much more. You can read their comments below. Edge Issue 328 is available now at newsstands and digitally on the Google Play Store.
  2. Micromania, a French retailer part of the GameStop brand, have announced that they are starting pre-orders for the Kingdom Hearts III Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro! In-store pre-orders will be available from tomorrow. The console will come with the Deluxe Edition of the game according to the tweet below. Furthermore, there are many options to buy the bundle, including trading in a pre-owned console; the price for the PS4 Pro bundle starts at €219.99 and varies according to how it is purchased. View full article
  3. Micromania, a French retailer part of the GameStop brand, have announced that they are starting pre-orders for the Kingdom Hearts III Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro! In-store pre-orders will be available from tomorrow. The console will come with the Deluxe Edition of the game according to the tweet below. Furthermore, there are many options to buy the bundle, including trading in a pre-owned console; the price for the PS4 Pro bundle starts at €219.99 and varies according to how it is purchased.
  4. I’m back baby! It’s been a long hiatus but I’m here to talk about a unique mechanic that hasn’t really been covered at all, really. its something that’s quite important, and I would love to know what your guys’ thoughts are on it! Hope you enjoy! -Recusant 💖
  5. Skrillex has played an extended version of the Japanese version of Face My Fears live at multiple events around New Year's Eve. Many attendees at Snowta NYE Festival and Decadence have recorded videos of him playing the song live at the events. At Snowta, he played clips from the Kingdom Hearts III opening movie trailer, but no new footage was shown. You can watch a video of the performance at Snowta and Decadence below. The song plays at 7:45 mark in the first video. More footage of the song from Decadence Colorado 2018 can be seen, here, and here. Footage from the Snowta NYE Festival 2018 event can be found here, and here. Face My Fears EP, containing both versions the English and Japanese versions of the song as well as Don't Think Twice and Chikai, will release on January 19, 2019.
  6. Skrillex has played an extended version of the Japanese version of Face My Fears live at multiple events around New Year's Eve. Many attendees at Snowta NYE Festival and Decadence have recorded videos of him playing the song live at the events. At Snowta, he played clips from the Kingdom Hearts III opening movie trailer, but no new footage was shown. You can watch a video of the performance at Snowta and Decadence below. The song plays at 7:45 mark in the first video. More footage of the song from Decadence Colorado 2018 can be seen, here, and here. Footage from the Snowta NYE Festival 2018 event can be found here, and here. Face My Fears EP, containing both versions the English and Japanese versions of the song as well as Don't Think Twice and Chikai, will release on January 19, 2019. View full article
  7. Best Buy will be including a Monogram Direct Kingdom Hearts series 3D Foam Keyrings Series 1 blind bag with every pre-order (Deluxe and standard editions) of Kingdom Hearts III. You can pre-order by clicking the link here. Special thanks to @Churroz for the tip !
  8. Best Buy will be including a Monogram Direct Kingdom Hearts series 3D Foam Keyrings Series 1 blind bag with every pre-order (Deluxe and standard editions) of Kingdom Hearts III. You can pre-order by clicking the link here. Special thanks to @Churroz for the tip ! View full article
  9. Newsweek have published an interview with Kingdom Hearts III co-director Tai Yasue, who discussed the development of various gameplay elements in Kingdom Hearts III. He started by mentioning how the Kingdom Hearts III team took some time to adapt to the switch from the Luminous Engine to the Unreal 4 engine. In regards to the wall-climbing mechanics, he said this was originally planned for Olympus, but was then adapted to fit into all the worlds along with other Flowmotion-like actions. The idea of using Attractions in gameplay came from brainstorming gameplay that would be unique to Kingdom Hearts and also incorporate a classical Disney experience. In regards to choosing Disney worlds, Frozen and Tangled were picked mainly because they excited the development team, as there are many things in terms of gameplay that one can do with a beheaded snowman or a princess with very long hair. Yasue also gave some examples of the different types of specialists hired to enhance specific parts of the game - including someone to make dandelion seeds extra fluffy! Fans can expect a lot of surprises in gameplay, as Yasue described Nomura as a creative force that took the development of the game to unexpected places. "Sheer scale and accessibility" will make Kingdom Hearts III stand out from any other games in the series; due to its wide variety of gameplay, Yasue described it as a "celebration of gaming, old and new." The feature that will contain the series recap videos in Kingdom Hearts III is called the Memory Archive, which will lets fans, new and old, to catch up with key parts of the story so far. Yasue concluded the interview by stating that the Gummi Ship is his favorite part of Kingdom Hearts III; fans can expect a massive overhaul of this standard Kingdom Hearts mechanic, including a vast universe, more freedom, more Gummi blocks, and unique and interesting skins. Yasue is currently making a ramen stand Gummi Ship that can shoot fireballs. You can read the full interview below. View full article
  10. Newsweek have published an interview with Kingdom Hearts III co-director Tai Yasue, who discussed the development of various gameplay elements in Kingdom Hearts III. He started by mentioning how the Kingdom Hearts III team took some time to adapt to the switch from the Luminous Engine to the Unreal 4 engine. In regards to the wall-climbing mechanics, he said this was originally planned for Olympus, but was then adapted to fit into all the worlds along with other Flowmotion-like actions. The idea of using Attractions in gameplay came from brainstorming gameplay that would be unique to Kingdom Hearts and also incorporate a classical Disney experience. In regards to choosing Disney worlds, Frozen and Tangled were picked mainly because they excited the development team, as there are many things in terms of gameplay that one can do with a beheaded snowman or a princess with very long hair. Yasue also gave some examples of the different types of specialists hired to enhance specific parts of the game - including someone to make dandelion seeds extra fluffy! Fans can expect a lot of surprises in gameplay, as Yasue described Nomura as a creative force that took the development of the game to unexpected places. "Sheer scale and accessibility" will make Kingdom Hearts III stand out from any other games in the series; due to its wide variety of gameplay, Yasue described it as a "celebration of gaming, old and new." The feature that will contain the series recap videos in Kingdom Hearts III is called the Memory Archive, which will lets fans, new and old, to catch up with key parts of the story so far. Yasue concluded the interview by stating that the Gummi Ship is his favorite part of Kingdom Hearts III; fans can expect a massive overhaul of this standard Kingdom Hearts mechanic, including a vast universe, more freedom, more Gummi blocks, and unique and interesting skins. Yasue is currently making a ramen stand Gummi Ship that can shoot fireballs. You can read the full interview below.
  11. Disney's mobile game, Disney Emoji Blitz, will be hosting a Kingdom Hearts III clear event from January 17th, 2019 to January 20th, 2019! The announcement by Disney Emoji Blitz, which can be seen below, features Sora, Aqua, Shadows, and many other Disney characters. It is still unclear which Kingdom Hearts characters will be available in the game. Follow KH13 on Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook for more updates!
  12. Disney's mobile game, Disney Emoji Blitz, will be hosting a Kingdom Hearts III clear event from January 17th, 2019 to January 20th, 2019! The announcement by Disney Emoji Blitz, which can be seen below, features Sora, Aqua, Shadows, and many other Disney characters. It is still unclear which Kingdom Hearts characters will be available in the game. Follow KH13 on Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook for more updates! View full article
  13. Kingdom Hearts III has made an appearance in the newest issue of Disney Japan's magazine, Disney FAN. The small article gives a brief explanation of Kingdom Hearts. The magazine also comes with a Disney Parks 2019 calendar and a Kingdom Hearts III poster, featuring Tetsuya Nomura's illustration for the game cover. The February 2019 issue of Disney Fan is now available for purchase for 815 yen ($7.35 USD)! Translations of the article by xionskeyblade can be seen below! Photos are taken by Hanadawanyan on twitter! The latest chapter of the hit series, Kingdom Hearts, is finally released! Sora, the main character in Kingdom Hearts III, has grown through the past years. With his Disney companions, Donald and Goofy, they make their way through the many different Disney worlds. The battle scene in the trailer, which is said to be the climax of the series, will complete the story that can be traced back to the first game that was released in March 2002. It will be a sight to see! (photo credit: hanadawanyan) Kingdom Hearts III poster from Disney Fan February 2019 issue. (photo credit: hanadawanyan)
  14. Kingdom Hearts III has made an appearance in the newest issue of Disney Japan's magazine, Disney FAN. The small article gives a brief explanation of Kingdom Hearts. The magazine also comes with a Disney Parks 2019 calendar and a Kingdom Hearts III poster, featuring Tetsuya Nomura's illustration for the game cover. The February 2019 issue of Disney Fan is now available for purchase for 815 yen ($7.35 USD)! Translations of the article by xionskeyblade can be seen below! Photos are taken by Hanadawanyan on twitter! The latest chapter of the hit series, Kingdom Hearts, is finally released! Sora, the main character in Kingdom Hearts III, has grown through the past years. With his Disney companions, Donald and Goofy, they make their way through the many different Disney worlds. The battle scene in the trailer, which is said to be the climax of the series, will complete the story that can be traced back to the first game that was released in March 2002. It will be a sight to see! (photo credit: hanadawanyan) Kingdom Hearts III poster from Disney Fan February 2019 issue. (photo credit: hanadawanyan) View full article
  15. Kingdom Hearts III will be featured on the cover for the upcoming February 2019 issue of Dengeki PlayStation. In addition, a special 16-page booklet covering the game will also be included. The issue will be available on Friday, December 28th. The last time Kingdom Hearts was featured on the cover of Dengeki PlayStation was the December 2016 issue where Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue was featured with a drawing done by Kingdom Hearts director Tetsuya Nomura. Thanks to @DKHF_ for the tip! UPDATE [Dec 27, 2018]: The issue is now out! The special 16-page booklet within features a world guide, battle guide, Dengeki editors/writers remembering Kingdom Hearts over the years, character archives, and the history of the series! Keep an eye on our website and social media, as we will provide translations of any new information within this issue, soon. UPDATE [Jan 7, 2019]: While the issue contains no new information on Kingdom Hearts III, it contains an interesting interview with Dengeki PlayStation editors who have been covering Kingdom Hearts news on the magazine since the original title. KH13 Staff @Mio-chan has translated the interview, which you can read below. View full article
  16. Kingdom Hearts III will be featured on the cover for the upcoming February 2019 issue of Dengeki PlayStation. In addition, a special 16-page booklet covering the game will also be included. The issue will be available on Friday, December 28th. The last time Kingdom Hearts was featured on the cover of Dengeki PlayStation was the December 2016 issue where Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue was featured with a drawing done by Kingdom Hearts director Tetsuya Nomura. Thanks to @DKHF_ for the tip! UPDATE [Dec 27, 2018]: The issue is now out! The special 16-page booklet within features a world guide, battle guide, Dengeki editors/writers remembering Kingdom Hearts over the years, character archives, and the history of the series! Keep an eye on our website and social media, as we will provide translations of any new information within this issue, soon. UPDATE [Jan 7, 2019]: While the issue contains no new information on Kingdom Hearts III, it contains an interesting interview with Dengeki PlayStation editors who have been covering Kingdom Hearts news on the magazine since the original title. KH13 Staff @Mio-chan has translated the interview, which you can read below.
  17. In the most recent trailer for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius new footage of Kingdom Hearts III was revealed! The trailer shows off a few extended shots of Sora in possession of Master Eraqus' Keyblade, which was shown in earlier trailers. What do you make of this new footage? Are you even more excited for this collaboration and Final Fantasy Brave Exvius? Let us know in the comments!
  18. In the most recent trailer for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius new footage of Kingdom Hearts III was revealed! The trailer shows off a few extended shots of Sora in possession of Master Eraqus' Keyblade, which was shown in earlier trailers. What do you make of this new footage? Are you even more excited for this collaboration and Final Fantasy Brave Exvius? Let us know in the comments! View full article
  19. What is your favorite Kingdom Hearts song by Utada Hikaru? We're looking at the songs, themselves.
  20. The Tokyo Skytree's website newsletter just released its event details for the Tower of Radiance and Shadow event to commemorate the release of Kingdom Hearts III. The event will take place from January 8, 2019 and end on March 5, 2019. The event will take up the upper half of the tower, showing off worlds throughout the series and original content. • Opening hours: from 8:30am to 21:00pm • For the sake of a limited sale, the postcards distribution will end as soon as they’re out of stock. • The stamps can be acquired at The Los Angeles corridor, Temped Deck Floor 350, Floor 345, 5th floor exit floor, 1st floor group floor • The premium trade period is: From 2019 January 8th (Tue), to March 12th (Tue) • All prices (for the goods) are 8% tax included. • The following pictures are photographs. The posted content, design, etc may vary. • Kingdom Hearts Premium Round Theater dates and opening hours: - From Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 to Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 - - On January 8th (Tue) 19: 30/20: 15/21: 00 - From January 9th (Wed) to January 31st (Thu) 18: 00/18: 45/19: 30/20: 15/21: 00 - From February 1st (Fri) to February 28th (Thu) 18: 30/19: 15/20: 00/20: 45 - From March 1st (Fri) to March 5th (Tue) 18: 45/19: 30/20: 15/21: 00 *Each projection lasts 8 minutes. *On January 18 (Fri), February 1 (Fri), February 8 (Fri), 14 (Thu), 15 (Fri), 22 (Fri) and March 1st (Friday) it will only be showed once in order to hold the Disco Event. *On January 25 (Friday) it will be screened only at 18: 00 and 18: 45 in order to hold the Disco event. Place: Tokyo Sky Tree Tempo Deck, Floor 350. *Screening date and time may change without notice. With the event starting on floor 350, fans are able to view an 8 minute screening of the history of the series before heading up the elevator to the main part of the event. Upon reaching the 445th floor, you're greeted with worlds that Sora has visited and a photo op section featuring his throne. Going up the 110 meter windmill corridor, the walls will be covered with worlds such as "Wonderland", "Atlantica", "Olympus Coliseum", and "Neverland" with the Keyblade from each respective world introducing it. On the other side of the wall, it shows Sora's journey with maps of the world maps from each title. Arriving at floor 450, a photo op section featuring the Keyblade Graveyard is installed, where fans can take pictures holding Keyblades from the series. At the tower's highest point, fans are welcomed to a Keyblade installed onto a stand where touching it simulates the opening of the door to light. In this room, it seems that there are new renders of characters that haven't been officially released such as Xemnas, Xigbar, Saix, Vanitas, Luxord, and Young Xehanort! The event also includes a shop selling limited time goods, where every 1,500 Japanese Yen spent grants you one out of the 5 available stamps. Once all 5 stamps are acquired, you will be granted a limited postcard while supplies last. The products are listed below: • Kingdom Hearts III Printed cookies 1,382 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Printed Ramuné 486 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Holders, Tokyo Sky Tree limited goods 702 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Clear Sky <Tower of Radiance and Shadow at the Tokyo Sky Tree> 432 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Badges Collection Vol.1, Tokyo Sky Tree limited goods 432 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Metal Keyblade Holder <Tower of Radiance and Shadow> 1,620 ¥ Images previewing the event have been released. You can view them below. Thanks to KH13's Mio for the translations! UPDATE: [Dec 26, 2018]: Disney Games Japan has posted a new trailer for the Tower of Radiance and Shadow event on their Twitter. You can watch it below. View full article
  21. The Tokyo Skytree's website newsletter just released its event details for the Tower of Radiance and Shadow event to commemorate the release of Kingdom Hearts III. The event will take place from January 8, 2019 and end on March 5, 2019. The event will take up the upper half of the tower, showing off worlds throughout the series and original content. • Opening hours: from 8:30am to 21:00pm • For the sake of a limited sale, the postcards distribution will end as soon as they’re out of stock. • The stamps can be acquired at The Los Angeles corridor, Temped Deck Floor 350, Floor 345, 5th floor exit floor, 1st floor group floor • The premium trade period is: From 2019 January 8th (Tue), to March 12th (Tue) • All prices (for the goods) are 8% tax included. • The following pictures are photographs. The posted content, design, etc may vary. • Kingdom Hearts Premium Round Theater dates and opening hours: - From Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 to Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 - - On January 8th (Tue) 19: 30/20: 15/21: 00 - From January 9th (Wed) to January 31st (Thu) 18: 00/18: 45/19: 30/20: 15/21: 00 - From February 1st (Fri) to February 28th (Thu) 18: 30/19: 15/20: 00/20: 45 - From March 1st (Fri) to March 5th (Tue) 18: 45/19: 30/20: 15/21: 00 *Each projection lasts 8 minutes. *On January 18 (Fri), February 1 (Fri), February 8 (Fri), 14 (Thu), 15 (Fri), 22 (Fri) and March 1st (Friday) it will only be showed once in order to hold the Disco Event. *On January 25 (Friday) it will be screened only at 18: 00 and 18: 45 in order to hold the Disco event. Place: Tokyo Sky Tree Tempo Deck, Floor 350. *Screening date and time may change without notice. With the event starting on floor 350, fans are able to view an 8 minute screening of the history of the series before heading up the elevator to the main part of the event. Upon reaching the 445th floor, you're greeted with worlds that Sora has visited and a photo op section featuring his throne. Going up the 110 meter windmill corridor, the walls will be covered with worlds such as "Wonderland", "Atlantica", "Olympus Coliseum", and "Neverland" with the Keyblade from each respective world introducing it. On the other side of the wall, it shows Sora's journey with maps of the world maps from each title. Arriving at floor 450, a photo op section featuring the Keyblade Graveyard is installed, where fans can take pictures holding Keyblades from the series. At the tower's highest point, fans are welcomed to a Keyblade installed onto a stand where touching it simulates the opening of the door to light. In this room, it seems that there are new renders of characters that haven't been officially released such as Xemnas, Xigbar, Saix, Vanitas, Luxord, and Young Xehanort! The event also includes a shop selling limited time goods, where every 1,500 Japanese Yen spent grants you one out of the 5 available stamps. Once all 5 stamps are acquired, you will be granted a limited postcard while supplies last. The products are listed below: • Kingdom Hearts III Printed cookies 1,382 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Printed Ramuné 486 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Holders, Tokyo Sky Tree limited goods 702 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Clear Sky <Tower of Radiance and Shadow at the Tokyo Sky Tree> 432 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Badges Collection Vol.1, Tokyo Sky Tree limited goods 432 ¥ • Kingdom Hearts III Metal Keyblade Holder <Tower of Radiance and Shadow> 1,620 ¥ Images previewing the event have been released. You can view them below. Thanks to KH13's Mio for the translations! UPDATE: [Dec 26, 2018]: Disney Games Japan has posted a new trailer for the Tower of Radiance and Shadow event on their Twitter. You can watch it below.
  22. Hello, my fellow Dandelions! After not posting for a long while, I am here with a question. Now, when Persona 5 first came out, Atlus put up a hard block on a certain day in the game so nobody would be spoiled within a relatively good time span. This actually helped a lot because people got to experience the long game in full before the ban was lifted. Do you think Square should do the same thing? Personally, I think so Blocking cutscenes in game is one thing, but capturing devices can bypass that pretty easily. If they put up...say an embargo, like they've done in the past with some events, that it would be a good move. Gives us time to play the game and find out the story and secrets ourselves rather than watching someone play it on Twitch. That being said, I know that this would get some heat from Let's Players and streamers alike, but I think it would only be for a short period of time. I'm thinking maybe....two weeks or so? Middle of February? Maybe Valentines Day. I think that reasonable. What do you think? Let me know down below and until next time...
  23. The game cover for the PS4 version of Kingdom Hearts III has been spotted in Japan! The back of the cover includes stills of Sora from the opening preview, a shot of Sora, Donald, Goofy, and Olaf from the Xbox E3 trailer, Sora from the PlayStation E3 Trailer, and Sora, Woody, and Buzz. The cover also reveals that the file size is set for about 40 GB, oppose to the 35.81 GB file size for the Xbox One version and the previously reported 50 GB for the PS4 Pro bundle. You can check out the game cover in the gallery below (thanks to soranchu0309 who took the photos). Compared to the cover that was shown at the Amazon livestream back in November, this version has fewer stills but resembles the covers for Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. Back cover of KH3 for PS4 (Amazon Cyber Monday Stream) Cover of Kingdom Hearts Cover of Kingdom Hearts II What do you think of the PS4 cover? Let us know in the comments below! UPDATE [Dec 23, 2018]: We now have a rough translation of the blurb on the back of the Kingdom Hearts III (PS4) cover! You can read it below. Translations are courtesy of KH13 Staff Solis. *This is referencing the various theme songs by Utada Hikaru - Hikari, Passion, and Chikai.
  24. The game cover for the PS4 version of Kingdom Hearts III has been spotted in Japan! The back of the cover includes stills of Sora from the opening preview, a shot of Sora, Donald, Goofy, and Olaf from the Xbox E3 trailer, Sora from the PlayStation E3 Trailer, and Sora, Woody, and Buzz. The cover also reveals that the file size is set for about 40 GB, oppose to the 35.81 GB file size for the Xbox One version and the previously reported 50 GB for the PS4 Pro bundle. You can check out the game cover in the gallery below (thanks to soranchu0309 who took the photos). Compared to the cover that was shown at the Amazon livestream back in November, this version has fewer stills but resembles the covers for Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. Back cover of KH3 for PS4 (Amazon Cyber Monday Stream) Cover of Kingdom Hearts Cover of Kingdom Hearts II What do you think of the PS4 cover? Let us know in the comments below! UPDATE [Dec 23, 2018]: We now have a rough translation of the blurb on the back of the Kingdom Hearts III (PS4) cover! You can read it below. Translations are courtesy of KH13 Staff Solis. *This is referencing the various theme songs by Utada Hikaru - Hikari, Passion, and Chikai. View full article
  25. Seeing KH3 on the TV is exciting, isn't it?