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  1. Kingdom Hearts III Skit – Into Verum Rex By TrinityXaos# - Summary: [KHIII SPOILERS] You would think getting your toy dinosaur from a video game store would be so simple. Sadly, Sora and his crew’s problem is not a case of lost and found, but of Xehanort meddling. How will Sora put up with this round of Xehanort shenanigans at Galaxy Toys? - INT. Video Game Store, Galaxy Toys, Toy Box. [Right when the party and Rex begin to leave the area.] YOUNG XEHANORT (Will be abbreviated as Y.X.): Au contraire, I cannot have you guinea pigs leave just yet. The group turned around to discover Young Xehanort had reappeared. Sora, Donald, and Goofy armed themselves before the whole party moved to battle position. SORA: Benanort! Y.X.: It’s “Young Xehanort”! Or plain “Xehanort” to you! And why are you calling me “Benanort?!” SORA: What other nickname would fit for a guy voiced by Ben Diskin? Young Xehanort groans in annoyance as he signals a Heartless to possess Buzz. The Heartless does so. That begins the dramatic Buzz attacks Woody moment, minus the cartoon-y tone in the characters’ voice acting. - Sora turned back to Young Xehanort in frustration. SORA: Didn’t Pinocchio teach you anything about bodies and hearts already?! Y.X. That puppet boy was but evidence for creating this experiment… SORA: Let me guess – dark plans. Now get a taste of Riku’s experiences with my Keyblade’s fury! Sora swung at Young Xehanort, but Young Xehanort vanished. Sora was annoyed. SORA: Not this again. Y.X.: As I was saying before you so rudely interrupted— SORA: Don’t care! Repeat. Only this time, Young Xehanort was on top of a shelf. Y.X.: Rude again! Now let me explain the experiment! Even if I have to go faster than my usual monotone self. The Xehanort monologue from that scene went at 1.5 (maybe 2) times the original speed. Sora, on the other hand, went upwards to hack Young Xehanort down. But Young Xehanort vanished with each hit of the combo. SORA: Will you—just take—a few— Sora spotted Young Xehanort down on the floor and jumped down for another strike. SORA: —proper hits?! Young Xehanort vanished again. That was enough of a “no” for Sora. DONALD: Sora! Sora looked at the situation with Buzz and Woody. Donald and Rex were trying to keep Buzz from attacking Woody who was behind the protection of Goofy and his trusty shield. REX: Do something! Sora looked disgruntled and sighed in dismay. SORA: I’m really not getting paid enough for this… Alright! Just expect some pay cuts though, minions! Sora made a move to help, but Young Xehanort grabbed Sora’s Keyblade handle and held it and Sora up in the air with one hand. SORA: What the –?! Y.X.: Did you know a Keyblade wielder is quite vulnerable to being grabbed by the wrist or their Keyblade while they have it in their hands? SORA: You’re kidding! Aah… Young Xehanort charges up a dark and reddish energy ball and aims it at Sora’s abdomen. Y.X.: This is for “Benanort.” Young Xehanort blasted the dark energy ball into Sora and sends the hero straight into the Verum Rex demo screen. - Sora wakes up in the demo factory area near a blue Gigas robot. Sora rises with annoyance. SORA: Urg…Where am I? Y.X. (Off-Screen) To this world’s resident, you are from a Square Enix game. I merely cast you into their current in-a-game fake game demo world. Sora looks up to the skies as he hears Young Xehanort’s voice. SORA: Wait! Are you saying you Persona 4’d me here?!* Young Xehanort was back in the game store talking at the demo screen’s area. Y.X.: Yes. I sent you into a Gigas heavy mini-game demo. SORA: So you Persona 4’d me, but instead of sending me to a dungeon area, I’m in a Titanfall 2 cliché?** Don’t you think that’s a bit much on the kids with games for older audiences? Young Xehanort was silent for a moment with a deadpan scowl forming on his face. Y.X.: I hope the upcoming Gigas army gives you hell, Sora. After all, I did place a huge wager against you escaping in 3 minutes or less. Ciao! Young Xehanort leaves in a dark corridor. Back inside the game demo, Sora was shocked. SORA: What?! GIGAS: (Off-screen) GET. THE. YOZORA. KNOCK-OFF! Sora gets into battle formation. SORA: Better think twice there, mechas! END Author’s Note: *The whole thing about Persona 4 was thanks to my current playthroughs with Persona 5 and looking up stuff related to the game and its series. The Midnight Channel from Persona 4 was what I was thinking of with that reference. In hindsight, I could have used Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth or Epic Mickey since they had a similar transport methodology. **If you know the general premise of Titanfall 2 or read articles about it, you could see where I was getting at for this reference. The Gigas gimmick reminded me of what I know of Titanfall 2 thanks to Game Informer’s articles, since both involve a human character and a robot that can be piloted for combat.
  2. Last week, Gangan Online had announced that the first chapter, a prologue would be available to read in their archive. After being delayed, it's now available to read for free. You can read Chapter 0 of Kingdom Hearts III here.
  3. Last week, Gangan Online had announced that the first chapter, a prologue would be available to read in their archive. After being delayed, it's now available to read for free. You can read Chapter 0 of Kingdom Hearts III here. View full article
  4. The first Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert has taken place in Tokyo, Japan, and with it we have received our first glimpse at the concert brochure which contains the program's track list as well as special commentary from series director Tetsuya Nomura, series composer Yoko Shimomura, brand manager Shinji Hashimoto, series producer Rie Nishi, and author for the Kingdom Hearts novels Tomoco Kanemaki. Thanks to concert attendees @mel_lifluous3 and @ShanVenitas you can view the concert track list below: The special messages can be read below thanks to @mel_lifluous3, @ShanVenitas and @Skhmog To take a closer look at the concert pamphlet view the gallery below View full article
  5. The first Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert has taken place in Tokyo, Japan, and with it we have received our first glimpse at the concert brochure which contains the program's track list as well as special commentary from series director Tetsuya Nomura, series composer Yoko Shimomura, brand manager Shinji Hashimoto, series producer Rie Nishi, and author for the Kingdom Hearts novels Tomoco Kanemaki. Thanks to concert attendees @mel_lifluous3 and @ShanVenitas you can view the concert track list below: The special messages can be read below thanks to @mel_lifluous3, @ShanVenitas and @Skhmog To take a closer look at the concert pamphlet view the gallery below
  6. Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura announced the first upcoming DLC content at the first World-of-Tres Orchestra concert. It's temporarily named "Kingdom Hearts ReMIND" and has paid and free content. It includes an additional scenario called "ReMIND" with a limit episode and boss as well as a secret episode and a boss. The Japanese version includes the option to switch to English voice. The free update includes a brand new Keyblade and a new form. The release date for this content is currently TBA. Stay tuned for more information! View full article
  7. Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura announced the first upcoming DLC content at the first World-of-Tres Orchestra concert. It's temporarily named "Kingdom Hearts ReMIND" and has paid and free content. It includes an additional scenario called "ReMIND" with a limit episode and boss as well as a secret episode and a boss. The Japanese version includes the option to switch to English voice. The free update includes a brand new Keyblade and a new form. The release date for this content is currently TBA. Stay tuned for more information!
  8. The recent 1.04 and 1.05 updates for Kingdom Hearts III have brought changes to the game, such as changes in enemy AI, increased album storage to 200 photos, Frozen's Slider mini-game prizes appearing on the Gummiphone, check marks on synthesized items, and some bugs fixed. But the most important update was the addition of the Critical Mode, the highest level of difficulty known in the series. Tai Yasue, the co-director of Kingdom Hearts III, has recently been interviewed in-house at Square Enix about the new Critical Mode update for the game. He talks about what has been changed in the highest difficulty mode now available for Kingdom Hearts III, what new things have been added, and has given his top tips to survive the Mode as well as how to challenge yourself to the fullest. Give it a read below! As Yasue mentioned, in this new Critical mode, Sora's maximum HP and MP are halved. In addition to this, the frequency of situation commands and magic is also lowered. The new abilities that Sora can perform are the following: Critical Converter (1 AP) — “Green attraction indicators no longer appear, but filling the gauge always produces a formchange command. Indicators may still appear for certain battles.” Critical Counter (5 AP) — “Deal extra damage with reprisals by blocking right before an enemy attack lands.” Critical Recharge (3 AP) — “Fill situation command gauges more quickly while recharging MP.” Keyblades that are carried over will return to their base strength, but through this optional feature, players can utilize Keyblades otherwise not obtained until later in the game from the beginning. Another change that have been brought by the new updates is the addition of the Proof of Promise and the Proof of Times Past in the inventory." The Proof of Promise is described as “a certificate for those who have collected all of the luck from worlds over.” You can earn it by collecting photos of all 90 Lucky Emblems. The Proof of Times Past is described as “a certificate awarded to those who have endured the most difficult trial of them all," which you can earn when clearing the game on Critical Mode. Thanks to KH13 Staff and Contributor @Delenn Deszcz and @Chainoffire for contributing to this article! View full article
  9. The recent 1.04 and 1.05 updates for Kingdom Hearts III have brought changes to the game, such as changes in enemy AI, increased album storage to 200 photos, Frozen's Slider mini-game prizes appearing on the Gummiphone, check marks on synthesized items, and some bugs fixed. But the most important update was the addition of the Critical Mode, the highest level of difficulty known in the series. Tai Yasue, the co-director of Kingdom Hearts III, has recently been interviewed in-house at Square Enix about the new Critical Mode update for the game. He talks about what has been changed in the highest difficulty mode now available for Kingdom Hearts III, what new things have been added, and has given his top tips to survive the Mode as well as how to challenge yourself to the fullest. Give it a read below! As Yasue mentioned, in this new Critical mode, Sora's maximum HP and MP are halved. In addition to this, the frequency of situation commands and magic is also lowered. The new abilities that Sora can perform are the following: Critical Converter (1 AP) — “Green attraction indicators no longer appear, but filling the gauge always produces a formchange command. Indicators may still appear for certain battles.” Critical Counter (5 AP) — “Deal extra damage with reprisals by blocking right before an enemy attack lands.” Critical Recharge (3 AP) — “Fill situation command gauges more quickly while recharging MP.” Keyblades that are carried over will return to their base strength, but through this optional feature, players can utilize Keyblades otherwise not obtained until later in the game from the beginning. Another change that have been brought by the new updates is the addition of the Proof of Promise and the Proof of Times Past in the inventory." The Proof of Promise is described as “a certificate for those who have collected all of the luck from worlds over.” You can earn it by collecting photos of all 90 Lucky Emblems. The Proof of Times Past is described as “a certificate awarded to those who have endured the most difficult trial of them all," which you can earn when clearing the game on Critical Mode. Thanks to KH13 Staff and Contributor @Delenn Deszcz and @Chainoffire for contributing to this article!
  10. AmiAmi will soon open preorders for a Bring Arts Kingdom Hearts III Mickey figure. The figure comes with two faces, two sets of hands, and Kingdom Key W. The original price is ¥6,264 (roughly $62 USD), but AmiAmi is selling the Mickey figure for ¥5,630 (about $50 USD). The figure is releasing in September. You can preorder the figure here. The figure is set to release in Japan on September 27, 2019. You can see some images of the figure in our gallery below: UPDATE: The King Mickey Bring Arts figure is now available for pre-order at the online stores for Square Enix North America and Europe! In North America, it will release in October 2019, with a quoted price of $59.99. In Europe, it will also release in October 2019; it costs £46.99/€52.99. View full article
  11. AmiAmi will soon open preorders for a Bring Arts Kingdom Hearts III Mickey figure. The figure comes with two faces, two sets of hands, and Kingdom Key W. The original price is ¥6,264 (roughly $62 USD), but AmiAmi is selling the Mickey figure for ¥5,630 (about $50 USD). The figure is releasing in September. You can preorder the figure here. The figure is set to release in Japan on September 27, 2019. You can see some images of the figure in our gallery below: UPDATE: The King Mickey Bring Arts figure is now available for pre-order at the online stores for Square Enix North America and Europe! In North America, it will release in October 2019, with a quoted price of $59.99. In Europe, it will also release in October 2019; it costs £46.99/€52.99.
  12. According to data assembled by NPD, North American sales of Kingdom Hearts III have exceeded the sales of any other games in the series, making in the best-selling game in the franchise in the country since the first game released in September 2002. Kingdom Hearts III has also been ranked the best-selling game of 2019 in the United States for the period ending March 2019. In Japan, Kingdom Hearts III has sold over 795,473 copies, and seems to be the best-selling game of 2019 in the country so far. Back in February, Kingdom Hearts III became the fastest selling game in the series, with over 5 million copies shipped in its first week of international release. Click here to read more statistics on the game! View full article
  13. According to data assembled by NPD, North American sales of Kingdom Hearts III have exceeded the sales of any other games in the series, making in the best-selling game in the franchise in the country since the first game released in September 2002. Kingdom Hearts III has also been ranked the best-selling game of 2019 in the United States for the period ending March 2019. In Japan, Kingdom Hearts III has sold over 795,473 copies, and seems to be the best-selling game of 2019 in the country so far. Back in February, Kingdom Hearts III became the fastest selling game in the series, with over 5 million copies shipped in its first week of international release. Click here to read more statistics on the game!
  14. As part of the Kingdom Hearts III commemorative campaign, the Square Enix ARTNIA store is showcasing original artwork of the various worlds which appear in the game. You can view the artwork below thanks to @dmseto The campaign, which features Kingdom Hearts themed menu items, merchandise, and decor throughout the store is currently running up until April 25th.
  15. As part of the Kingdom Hearts III commemorative campaign, the Square Enix ARTNIA store is showcasing original artwork of the various worlds which appear in the game. You can view the artwork below thanks to @dmseto The campaign, which features Kingdom Hearts themed menu items, merchandise, and decor throughout the store is currently running up until April 25th. View full article
  16. Following last month's announcement of an official Kingdom Hearts III manga series by returning artist Shiro Amano, the "next issue notice" of Square Enix's magazine Monthly Shonen Gangan reveals that its serialization will start from April 24, 2019 (JST)! Fans will be able to read the "prologue" chapter this week on Square Enix's web magazine Gangan Online. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: The first few pages will be in color. The manga will be serialized in the Monthly Shonen Gangan magazine as well as appearing on Gangan Online. Thanks to KH13 Staff @sololonlon for translations! UPDATE [Apr 25, 2019]: The serialization of the Kingdom Hearts III manga has been delayed to April 29, 2019. You can see images from the announcement and Gangan Online archives below. View full article
  17. Following last month's announcement of an official Kingdom Hearts III manga series by returning artist Shiro Amano, the "next issue notice" of Square Enix's magazine Monthly Shonen Gangan reveals that its serialization will start from April 24, 2019 (JST)! Fans will be able to read the "prologue" chapter this week on Square Enix's web magazine Gangan Online. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: The first few pages will be in color. The manga will be serialized in the Monthly Shonen Gangan magazine as well as appearing on Gangan Online. Thanks to KH13 Staff @sololonlon for translations! UPDATE [Apr 25, 2019]: The serialization of the Kingdom Hearts III manga has been delayed to April 29, 2019. You can see images from the announcement and Gangan Online archives below.
  18. It has just been announced by the official Kingdom Hearts Facebook and Twitter accounts that Kingdom Hearts III's Critical Mode will be released tomorrow, April 23rd, as a free update! Tetsuya Nomura's message is as follows: In the official Japanese Twitter for the game series, Nomura specifies that the update will be released on April 24th in Japan (JST). You can read the translation by Goldpanner below. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: The Square Enix website has been updated with technical information concerning two upcoming Kingdom Hearts III updates, Update 1.04 and 1.05, and has stated the time of release as 11 AM JST on April 24th (7PM PST on April 23rd), although it seems that 1.05 will be downloadable at a slightly later time. Update 1.04 will contain the Critical Mode updates and some more changes as detailed below; Update 1.05 will implement changes such as carrying over Keyblade from previous game clear data on starting a new game, and increasing the Gummiphone's photo capacity to 200. Read the details below for more information. The Critical Mode is the hardest difficulty for Kingdom Hearts games offered to only a select number of games in the series. This difficulty for Kingdom Hearts III was first announced by co-director Tai Yasue at the 2019 Game Developers Conference last month. Yasue stated that Critical Mode in Kingdom Hearts III would be more than just a value change, referring to the HP, MP, and damage output of Sora, his allies, and the game's various enemies. He also said that Critical Mode is "more technical and offensive," and will be geared toward those who are "good at action games" and at "timing their attacks". He stated that the skill required will change the way that players will play the game. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: According to the website Automaton Media's sources, Critical Mode will include halved HP and MP values, reduced Situation Command and Grand Magic frequency, and new Critical Mode-exclusive abilities. In addition, more abilities will be available at the start of the game, and players with a completed save file will be able to carry existing items and Keyblade upgrades into a new save file, in a fashion similar to a "New Game Plus" feature. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: Square Enix have confirmed that Update 1.04 will release in the West at the same time as in Japan! It will release on April 23 AT 7 PM PT/10 PM ET, and on April 24 at 2 AM UTC. The Critical Mode was recently featured in a 13 minute video on the official Square Enix Japanese YouTube channel. Check it out below. View full article
  19. It has just been announced by the official Kingdom Hearts Facebook and Twitter accounts that Kingdom Hearts III's Critical Mode will be released tomorrow, April 23rd, as a free update! Tetsuya Nomura's message is as follows: In the official Japanese Twitter for the game series, Nomura specifies that the update will be released on April 24th in Japan (JST). You can read the translation by Goldpanner below. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: The Square Enix website has been updated with technical information concerning two upcoming Kingdom Hearts III updates, Update 1.04 and 1.05, and has stated the time of release as 11 AM JST on April 24th (7PM PST on April 23rd), although it seems that 1.05 will be downloadable at a slightly later time. Update 1.04 will contain the Critical Mode updates and some more changes as detailed below; Update 1.05 will implement changes such as carrying over Keyblade from previous game clear data on starting a new game, and increasing the Gummiphone's photo capacity to 200. Read the details below for more information. The Critical Mode is the hardest difficulty for Kingdom Hearts games offered to only a select number of games in the series. This difficulty for Kingdom Hearts III was first announced by co-director Tai Yasue at the 2019 Game Developers Conference last month. Yasue stated that Critical Mode in Kingdom Hearts III would be more than just a value change, referring to the HP, MP, and damage output of Sora, his allies, and the game's various enemies. He also said that Critical Mode is "more technical and offensive," and will be geared toward those who are "good at action games" and at "timing their attacks". He stated that the skill required will change the way that players will play the game. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: According to the website Automaton Media's sources, Critical Mode will include halved HP and MP values, reduced Situation Command and Grand Magic frequency, and new Critical Mode-exclusive abilities. In addition, more abilities will be available at the start of the game, and players with a completed save file will be able to carry existing items and Keyblade upgrades into a new save file, in a fashion similar to a "New Game Plus" feature. UPDATE [Apr 23, 2019]: Square Enix have confirmed that Update 1.04 will release in the West at the same time as in Japan! It will release on April 23 AT 7 PM PT/10 PM ET, and on April 24 at 2 AM UTC. The Critical Mode was recently featured in a 13 minute video on the official Square Enix Japanese YouTube channel. Check it out below.
  20. QUIZ: How many characters are wearing plaid or have plaid accessories in Kingdom Hearts III? We're talking original characters and main characters in Kingdom Hearts III.
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