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  1. 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 💖
  2. Hi guys! I'm looking for Sound hit effects from keyblades, mainly from KH2FM, but other games will be welcome as well! Thanks in advance!
  3. The Kingdom Hearts Perfect Book that was released on December 28th features an interview with Kingdom Hearts director Tetsuya Nomura. We are currently translating the book and will report once we have translated. An excerpt from the interview has been translated already by @aitaikimochii about Nomura's stance on the story. You can read it below. UPDATE [Dec 30, 2018]: The full interview is now available thanks to translations by NihonScribe, Solis, and Mio-chan. The interview features Japanese actress and idol Haru talking about her history as a fan of the series and her favorite aspects of it, as well as featuring Nomura talking about the future of the series, how Frozen was included in the game and even about the story beyond Kingdom Hearts III. You can also take a look at some scans from the Perfect Book towards the end of the article, thanks to KH13 use @Iarumas ! What do you think about the future of the Kingdom Hearts series? Let us know in the comments below!
  4. The Kingdom Hearts Perfect Book that was released on December 28th features an interview with Kingdom Hearts director Tetsuya Nomura. We are currently translating the book and will report once we have translated. An excerpt from the interview has been translated already by @aitaikimochii about Nomura's stance on the story. You can read it below. UPDATE [Dec 30, 2018]: The full interview is now available thanks to translations by NihonScribe, Solis, and Mio-chan. The interview features Japanese actress and idol Haru talking about her history as a fan of the series and her favorite aspects of it, as well as featuring Nomura talking about the future of the series, how Frozen was included in the game and even about the story beyond Kingdom Hearts III. You can also take a look at some scans from the Perfect Book towards the end of the article, thanks to KH13 use @Iarumas ! What do you think about the future of the Kingdom Hearts series? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  5. With the new year, comes new merchandise! Here is KH13's December merch roundup! To start things off, Hot Topic have released several items including a Kingdom Hearts Light and Darkness Girls T-Shirt and an Organization XIII Girls Ringer Shirt both for $24.90! Hot Topic have also released an amazing friendship necklace set engraved with “One Hero, One Quest” for $10.90, a perfect gift for your best friend! Alongside these, Hot Topic have a Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Water Bottle for $10.32 and Kingdom Hearts III Light Switch Plate for $7.92. Want something comfortable to wear to bed or a pack to store your essentials on the go? Box Lunch are selling some exclusive Kingdom Hearts Allover Print Sleep Pants for $17.43 and an exclusive Kingdom Hearts Sports Fanny pack for $24.43! Box Lunch are also selling some exclusive earrings for $11.83, a perfect accessory for the avid Kingdom Hearts fan! If you’re looking for some new detailed Kingdom Hearts figures, then Amiami has got you covered with new figures for Sora, Riku, Goofy, Donald and Mickey and they are available now for pre-order! GameStop also have some exclusive merchandise up for grabs including the Kingdom Hearts III: Pen Toppers for $3.99! We should also mention that the Funko Kingdom Hearts III Mystery box was delayed again with a new release date of January 15 and is still available for pre-order for $29.99. Finally, GameStop also has a new Kingdom Hearts Gallery Pete figure available now for $49.99, grab one while you still can! Hopefully there is an item that catches your eye as this concludes our last merch roundup for the year! We look forward to sharing new merchandise in next month's roundup!
  6. With the new year, comes new merchandise! Here is KH13's December merch roundup! To start things off, Hot Topic have released several items including a Kingdom Hearts Light and Darkness Girls T-Shirt and an Organization XIII Girls Ringer Shirt both for $24.90! Hot Topic have also released an amazing friendship necklace set engraved with “One Hero, One Quest” for $10.90, a perfect gift for your best friend! Alongside these, Hot Topic have a Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep Water Bottle for $10.32 and Kingdom Hearts III Light Switch Plate for $7.92. Want something comfortable to wear to bed or a pack to store your essentials on the go? Box Lunch are selling some exclusive Kingdom Hearts Allover Print Sleep Pants for $17.43 and an exclusive Kingdom Hearts Sports Fanny pack for $24.43! Box Lunch are also selling some exclusive earrings for $11.83, a perfect accessory for the avid Kingdom Hearts fan! If you’re looking for some new detailed Kingdom Hearts figures, then Amiami has got you covered with new figures for Sora, Riku, Goofy, Donald and Mickey and they are available now for pre-order! GameStop also have some exclusive merchandise up for grabs including the Kingdom Hearts III: Pen Toppers for $3.99! We should also mention that the Funko Kingdom Hearts III Mystery box was delayed again with a new release date of January 15 and is still available for pre-order for $29.99. Finally, GameStop also has a new Kingdom Hearts Gallery Pete figure available now for $49.99, grab one while you still can! Hopefully there is an item that catches your eye as this concludes our last merch roundup for the year! We look forward to sharing new merchandise in next month's roundup! View full article
  7. Announced at the Tokyo Comic-Con, the Ultra Detail Kingdom Hearts line are now available for pre-order through the website AmiAmi! The figures are 100mm or 3 inches in height, and are planned to release in July 2019. The Sora, Riku, and Goofy figures are listed for 1,100 yen or $9.91 USD while Donald and King Mickey are 920 yen or $8.28. You can view the images below!
  8. Announced at the Tokyo Comic-Con, the Ultra Detail Kingdom Hearts line are now available for pre-order through the website AmiAmi! The figures are 100mm or 3 inches in height, and are planned to release in July 2019. The Sora, Riku, and Goofy figures are listed for 1,100 yen or $9.91 USD while Donald and King Mickey are 920 yen or $8.28. You can view the images below! View full article
  9. Sora from Kingdom Hearts and Cloud (Kingdom Hearts version) are coming to Final Fantasy Brave Exvius as part of a special collaboration event from December 20-31, 2018! Some enemy characters such the Darkside and the Guard Armor can also be fought against during the event. Sora was first announced at beginning of this month, and Cloud was hinted to at the FFBE Fan Festa. You can watch the trailer for the event below! UPDATE [Dec 26, 2018]: Sora and Cloud (Kingdom Hearts version) will arrive on Final Fantasy Brave Exivus on December 28th as part of the collaboration to celebrate the release on Kingdom Hearts III. A new trailer for the collab was released. You can watch it below. UPDATE [Dec. 28 2018]: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is hosting a community event to celebrate the collaboration with Kingdom Hearts. You can read the mechanics of the event below. The community event runs until January 10th ending at 23:59 PST.
  10. So I have to wonder, why were some members of the old Organization unfit to be Seekers again? Because from the looks of the returning members, the possession process seems to do away with any undesirable personality issues. Of course, we've only seen brief clips from the trailers but it's still damn creepy seeing Larxene of all people acting in any way remotely friendly, and all of them in general seem a lot more subdued than they used to be. And if things keep progressing like this, I'm going to be bummed that we never got to see what Braig/Xigbar's "big plans" were.
  11. The previously announced Kingdom Hearts Unchained X novel, that goes by the name Kingdom Hearts X: The Story of You and the Keyblade, is now available for pre-order on Square Enix Store Japan. The release date is still set for January 25th, 2019, and the listed product price is 800 yen ($7.13 USD). Take a look at the cover art here below: As no news came up for a worldwide release of the novel, we always invite you to check, before your purchase, if the product is eligible for outside-Japan shipping.
  12. The previously announced Kingdom Hearts Unchained X novel, that goes by the name Kingdom Hearts X: The Story of You and the Keyblade, is now available for pre-order on Square Enix Store Japan. The release date is still set for January 25th, 2019, and the listed product price is 800 yen ($7.13 USD). Take a look at the cover art here below: As no news came up for a worldwide release of the novel, we always invite you to check, before your purchase, if the product is eligible for outside-Japan shipping. View full article
  13. HAS THE DARKNESS TAKEN YOU TOO, SQUARE ENIX?!
  14. I apologize if this has already been discussed but in Dream Drop Distance, Xehanort said that he had his eye on Riku to be his Number 13 but how was that possible when Ansem was also planning on completely possessing Riku so that he could also be a Seeker?
  15. FiGPiNs embrace larger-than-life entertainment characters that fans love, capture their essence and honors what makes them special. Through unmatched craftsmanship and thoughtfulness in design, from packaging to the digital experience, FiGPiN® provides highly collectible works of art that fans can connect deeply with, at home or on the go. This is exactly what we found out when unboxing the first line of Kingdom Hearts FiGPiNs our friends at FiGPiN kindly sent us to test out. We are excited to share our first look of them with you. The Kingdom Hearts FiGPiNs were first announced on September, and are planned to release sometime this month in the United States. The Sora, King Mickey, Goofy, and Donald FiGPiNs will be sold individually in two packaging formats. GameStop, Target, and Best Buy will be selling each of them in a soft plastic case at $9.99. Other retailers, including Nerdy Collectibles, Entertainment Earth, BigBadToyStore, and Amazon, will make each of them available in hard polycarbonate case packaging, at prices between $12.99 and $14.99. The samples we were sent came in the hard case packaging, encased in a clear poly-carbonate display box with a black ABS plastic base. You can watch the full unboxing video below! I really enjoyed how exquisite and faithful the Kingdom Hearts FiGPiNs looked. The figures of Kingdom Hearts II Sora, King Mickey, Goofy, and Donald, were inspired by their renders from the game which were illustrated in a 2D cell-shaded style. The FiGPins are made with cast zinc alloy inlaid with hard synthetic color enamel and finished with an electroplated nickel coating. The lineart is strong and sometimes used to separate the more shaded areas, and the colors are vibrant and loyal to the original art of the characters. The art style allowed almost no compromise in the details of each design. Also, all FiGPiNs include a laser engraved, alphanumeric serial number on the back, making every single one uniquely yours. Behind each pin is a holder, a special patented FiGPiN® soft rubber backer. The shape of the backer is such that it can be bent towards the base, allowing the figure to stand up without needing to be anchored to the black platform it comes with. Bending the rubber does not snap or damage it, and this bend also helps one to remove it very easily, unlike conventional pins. When unboxing the figures, I realized that the black ABS plastic bases were facing the other way, such that the FiGPiN® logo was facing away when you positioned the pin to face you. But I easily changed it as you can detach the base of the platform and turn it around. You can see pictures of the fixed platforms below, with the logo clearly showing under each figure. I'm not sure if they're supposed to be like this, or if this is the wrong way round - but you can choose according to your preference! I'm personally not a fan of excessive packaging and don't have a collector's mindset, so at first, I chose to display mine without the clear poly-carbonate display box (as you can see in the video). I did this also because I wanted them to be easier to remove in case I wanted to use them as pins. But later, I tried displaying them in the box, and I was delighted to see that they actually looked "museum quality" as they claimed to be! They didn't have that annoying faded plastic look that comes with cheap cases, and really emphasized the quality of the figures. This poly-carbonate box only comes with the hard case packaged products, which are priced a bit higher than the soft cased ones. Overall, my favorite thing about the Kingdom Hearts FiGPiNs was how creative and versatile they were. They succeeded in bringing the magic and personalities of these Kingdom Hearts II characters to my collection both when I displayed them with the clear case and without.) I didn't want to display the graphic arts cards, but they were too lovely to throw away - so I kept those as bookmarks.) If I wanted to, I could also display the figures standing on their own, to make the characters look like they were running free on my shelf. And of course, you can also use them as actual pins: at approximately 3" tall (76.2mm) 3/32" thick (2.0mm), they are neither too small nor too big, not too light nor too heavy. They are just the right size and weight for both display and wear! Although I might have gone a bit overboard... In conclusion, I believe the FiGPiNs in the debuting Kingdom Hearts line are worth their price and space in any Kingdom Hearts fan's collection! Whether you are a serious collector or a casual one, or if you're looking for an accessory to show your passion for the series, the Kingdom Hearts FiGPiNs would definitely earn a place on your Christmas list! You can view more pictures of the pins, both our own and the official releases, in the gallery albums below. Online pre-orders for Kingdom Hearts FiGPiNs in soft plastic casing are currently being accepted at GameStop and Best Buy, and will be soon available in Target. You can also inquire in-store to place an order. Pre-orders for the FiGPiNs in the hard casing are currently available at Entertainment Earth, BigBadToyStore, and Amazon for $14.99 each; at Nerdy Collectibles for $13.99 each. It is not yet known when they will release worldwide, but as FiGPiN also sell their products overseas, we hope for some good news to come for international fans! You can keep up to date with the latest from FiGPiN® on their website, Instagram, Facebook , and Twitter!
  16. <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <span>FiGPiNs embrace larger-than-life entertainment characters that fans love, capture their essence and honors what makes them special. Through unmatched craftsmanship and thoughtfulness in design, from packaging to the digital experience, FiGPiN® provides highly collectible works of art that fans can connect deeply with, at home or on the go.</span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> This is exactly what we found out when unboxing the first line of <em>Kingdom Hearts </em><span>FiGPiNs our friends at FiGPiN<span> </span>kindly sent us to test out. We are excited to share our first look of them with you.</span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <img alt="large_14.jpeg.f36f7732817c31f7029f9569709189ea.jpeg" class="ipsImage ipsImage_thumbnailed" data-extension="gallery_Images" data-fileid="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/62401-14jpeg/" src="https://www.kh13.com/uploads/monthly_2018_12/large_14.jpeg.f36f7732817c31f7029f9569709189ea.jpeg" /></p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> The <em>Kingdom Hearts</em> FiGPiNs <a href="https://www.kh13.com/news/sora-mickey-donald-and-goofy-figpins-releasing-december-2018-available-at-gamestop-and-other-retailers-for-999-1499-in-both-hard-and-soft-cases" rel="" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">were first announced</a> on September, and<span> </span><strong>are planned to release sometime this month</strong><span> </span>in the United States. There is currently no release date for any other countries at this time, but FiGPINs often release outside of the US, so we expect them to also release in countries like the UK as well. We will update accordingly if they become available elsewhere! </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> The Sora, King Mickey, Goofy, and Donald FiGPiNs will be sold individually in two packaging formats. </p> <ul style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"><li style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <a href="https://www.gamestop.com/browse?nav=16k-3-kingdom+hearts+figpin,28zu0" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">GameStop</a>, <a href="https://www.bestbuy.com/site/figpin-kingdom-hearts-collectible-pin-styles-may-vary/6311212.p?skuId=6311212" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Target</a>, and Best Buy will be selling each of them in a<span> </span><strong>soft plastic case</strong><span> </span>at $9.99. </li> <li style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> Other retailers, including<span> </span><a href="https://nerdycollectibles.com/search?type=product&q=kingdom+hearts+figpin" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Nerdy Collectibles</a>,<span> </span><a href="https://www.entertainmentearth.com/" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Entertainment Earth</a>, <a href="https://www.bigbadtoystore.com/" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">BigBadToyStore</a>, and<span> </span><a href="http://amazon.com/" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Amazon</a>, will make each of them available in<span> </span><strong>hard polycarbonate case packaging</strong>, at prices between $12.99 and $14.99. </li> </ul><p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> The samples we were sent came in the hard case packaging, encased in a clear poly-carbonate display box with a black ABS plastic base. You can watch the full unboxing video below! </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;text-align:center;"> </p> <div class="ipsEmbeddedVideo"> <div> <iframe allowfullscreen="true" frameborder="0" height="270" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/MMGUxhPLPbo?feature=oembed" width="480"></iframe> </div> </div> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> I really enjoyed how exquisite and faithful the<span> </span><em>Kingdom Hearts </em>FiGPiNs looked. The figures of<span> </span><em>Kingdom Hearts II </em>Sora, King Mickey, Goofy, and Donald, were inspired by their renders from the game which were illustrated in a 2D cell-shaded style. The FiGPins are made with cast zinc alloy inlaid with hard synthetic color enamel and finished with an electroplated nickel coating. The lineart is strong and sometimes used to separate the more shaded areas, and the colors are vibrant and loyal to the original art of the characters. The art style allowed almost no compromise in the details of each design. Also, all FiGPiNs include a laser engraved, alphanumeric serial number on the back, making every single one uniquely yours. </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <img alt="large.11_.jpeg.115264b6eb80fcf090990aa7bd0c8211.jpeg" class="ipsImage ipsImage_thumbnailed" data-extension="gallery_Images" data-fileid="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/62394-11_jpeg/" src="https://www.kh13.com/uploads/monthly_2018_12/large.11_.jpeg.115264b6eb80fcf090990aa7bd0c8211.jpeg" /></p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">Behind each pin is a holder, a special patented FiGPiN® soft rubber backer. The shape of the backer is such that it can be bent towards the base, allowing the figure to stand up without needing to be anchored to the black platform it comes with</span><span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"></span><span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">.</span><span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"></span><span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"><span> </span>Bending the rubber does not snap or damage it, and this bend also helps one to remove it very easily, unlike conventional pins.</span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <img alt="large_14.jpeg.f36f7732817c31f7029f9569709189ea.jpeg" class="ipsImage ipsImage_thumbnailed" data-extension="gallery_Images" data-fileid="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/62401-14jpeg/" src="https://www.kh13.com/uploads/monthly_2018_12/large_14.jpeg.f36f7732817c31f7029f9569709189ea.jpeg" /></p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">When unboxing the figures, I realized that the black ABS plastic bases were facing the other way, such that the FiGPiN® logo was facing away when you positioned the pin to face you. But I easily changed it as you can detach the base of the platform and turn it around. You can see pictures of the fixed platforms below, with the logo clearly showing under each figure. I'm not sure if they're supposed to be like this, or if this is the wrong way round - but you can choose according to your preference!</span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <img alt="large.7.jpeg.933db21ca8754fa819800d8d9e214200.jpeg" class="ipsImage ipsImage_thumbnailed" data-extension="gallery_Images" data-fileid="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/62390-7jpeg/" src="https://www.kh13.com/uploads/monthly_2018_12/large.7.jpeg.933db21ca8754fa819800d8d9e214200.jpeg" /></p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">I'</span><span style="color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"></span><span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">m personally not a fan of excessive packaging and don't have a collector's mindset, so at first, I chose to display mine without the clear poly-carbonate display box (as you can see in the video). I did this also because I wanted them to be easier to remove in case I wanted to use them as pins. But later, I tried displaying them in the box, and I was delighted to see that they actually looked "museum quality" as they claimed to be! They didn't have that annoying faded plastic look that comes with cheap</span><span style="color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"></span><span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"><span> </span>cases, and really emphasized the quality of the figures. This poly-carbonate box only comes with the hard case packaged products, which are priced a bit higher than the soft cased ones.</span><span style="color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"></span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <img alt="large_15.jpeg.91d091dc6c046c3f0681a7d85f0c2d76.jpeg" class="ipsImage ipsImage_thumbnailed" data-extension="gallery_Images" data-fileid="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/62402-15jpeg/" src="https://www.kh13.com/uploads/monthly_2018_12/large_15.jpeg.91d091dc6c046c3f0681a7d85f0c2d76.jpeg" /><img alt="large_16.jpeg.5b8c404e4e6faf85777cb9d1fbc9fdd2.jpeg" class="ipsImage ipsImage_thumbnailed" data-extension="gallery_Images" data-fileid="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/62403-16jpeg/" src="https://www.kh13.com/uploads/monthly_2018_12/large_16.jpeg.5b8c404e4e6faf85777cb9d1fbc9fdd2.jpeg" /></p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">Overall, my favorite thing about the </span><em style="color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">Kingdom Hearts</em><span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"><span> </span>FiGPiNs was how creative and versatile they were. They succeeded in bringing the magic and personalities of these </span><em style="color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">Kingdom Hearts II </em><span style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;">characters to my collection both when I displayed them with the clear case and without.) I didn't want to display the graphic arts cards, but they were too lovely to throw away - so I kept those as bookmarks.) If I wanted to, I could also display the figures standing on their own, to make the characters look like they were running free on my shelf. And of course, you can also use them as actual pins: at approximately 3" tall (76.2mm) 3/32" thick (2.0mm), they are neither too small nor too big, not too light nor too heavy. They are just the right size and weight for both display and wear! Although I might have gone a bit overboard...</span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <img alt="large.self3.jpeg.23ad2bdc0f4b11cd424b01e1f69f3e70.jpeg" class="ipsImage ipsImage_thumbnailed" data-extension="gallery_Images" data-fileid="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/62399-self3jpeg/" src="https://www.kh13.com/uploads/monthly_2018_12/large.self3.jpeg.23ad2bdc0f4b11cd424b01e1f69f3e70.jpeg" /></p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> In conclusion, I believe the<em> </em>FiGPiNs in the debuting <em>Kingdom Hearts </em>line are worth their price and space in any <em>Kingdom Hearts</em> fan's collection! Whether you are a serious collector or a casual one, or<span> </span><span></span>if you're looking for an accessory to show your passion for the series, the <em>Kingdom Hearts </em>FiGPiNs would definitely earn a place on your Christmas list!<span></span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> You can view more pictures of the pins, both our own and the official releases, in the gallery albums below. </p> <iframe allowfullscreen="" data-controller="core.front.core.autosizeiframe" data-embedcontent="" data-embedid="embed7785885652" scrolling="no" src="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/62384-1jpeg/?do=embed" style="height:478px;max-width:502px;"></iframe><iframe allowfullscreen="" data-controller="core.front.core.autosizeiframe" data-embedcontent="" data-embedid="embed2317193520" scrolling="no" src="https://www.kh13.com/gallery/image/59751-img-0888/?do=embed" style="height:548px;max-width:502px;"></iframe> <p style="background-color:rgb(255,255,255);color:rgb(53,60,65);font-size:14px;"> Online pre-orders for <em>Kingdom Hearts </em>FiGPiNs in soft plastic ca<span></span>sing are currently being accepted at GameStop and <a href="https://www.bestbuy.com/site/figpin-kingdom-hearts-collectible-pin-styles-may-vary/6311212.p?skuId=6311212" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Best Buy</a>, and will be soon available in Target. You can also inquire in-store to place an order. </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> Pre-orders for the FiGPiNs in the hard casing are currently available at<span> </span><a href="https://www.entertainmentearth.com/s/?query1=kingdom+hearts+figpin" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Entertainment Earth</a>, <a href="https://www.bigbadtoystore.com/Search?SearchText=kingdom+hearts+figpin" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">BigBadToyStore</a>, and<span> </span><a href="https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=kingdom+hearts+figpin" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Amazon</a> for $14.99 each; at<span> </span><a href="https://nerdycollectibles.com/search?type=product&q=kingdom+hearts+figpin" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Nerdy Collectibles</a><span> </span>for $13.99 each. </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <span>It is not yet known when they will release worldwide, but as FiGPiN<span> </span>also sell their products overseas, we hope for some good news to come for international fans!<span> </span></span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> <span>You can keep up to date with the latest from FiGPiN® on their<span> </span></span><a href="https://figpin.com/" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">website</a>,<span> </span><a href="https://www.instagram.com/figpinofficial/" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Instagram</a>,<span> </span><a href="https://www.facebook.com/figpinofficial/" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">F<span></span>acebook</a><span> </span>, and<span> </span><a href="https://twitter.com/FigPinOfficial" rel="external nofollow" style="background-color:transparent;color:#3d6594;">Twitter</a>!<span></span> </p> <p style="background-color:#ffffff;color:#353c41;font-size:14px;"> View full article
  17. Sora from Kingdom Hearts and Cloud (Kingdom Hearts version) are coming to Final Fantasy Brave Exvius as part of a special collaboration event from December 20-31, 2018! Some enemy characters such the Darkside and the Guard Armor can also be fought against during the event. Sora was first announced at beginning of this month, and Cloud was hinted to at the FFBE Fan Festa. You can watch the trailer for the event below! UPDATE [Dec 26, 2018]: Sora and Cloud (Kingdom Hearts version) will arrive on Final Fantasy Brave Exivus on December 28th as part of the collaboration to celebrate the release on Kingdom Hearts III. A new trailer for the collab was released. You can watch it below. UPDATE [Dec. 28 2018]: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is hosting a community event to celebrate the collaboration with Kingdom Hearts. You can read the mechanics of the event below. The community event runs until January 10th ending at 23:59 PST. View full article
  18. So, as I was writing my theory on the significance of the Lone Sora Chess Piece scene, something occurred to me about the final scene of the Final Battle trailer. Those figures look awfully identical, right? You would think, that since the 13 Vessels have a fragment of Xehanort's heart, they would each be of different sizes and lengths, yes? But they're not. And here is what I believe... I believe that those figures are actually If that is very much true, then some things that we've seen start making absolute sense. First of all, Vexen's introduction to the True Organization XIII. Now, I personally am unsure as to whether or not he's truly loyal to the Organization. Perhaps he's the one Demyx is carrying in that one bit where he appears to Ienzo in the TGS trailer? Regardless, Xehanort would want him in his group for one reason, and one reason only: The Replica Program. Vexen crafted two Replicas who went to greatly form a sense of self: Xion and the Riku Replica. Doubtless, the old Organization was really invested in what could be done with it, but then of course Axel destroyed him. They couldn't go further. But with Vexen now in their ranks, he can do just that. Maybe that's how the other Riku shows up? He recreates it. However, if they all do have fragments of Xehanort's heart in them, then it could potentially be possible that he could see what's in their minds, and can therefore make their knowledge his.It is then potentially possible that he can make his own Replicas of himself if he doesn't already have Vexen doing it for him. And why would he do that? Because, to quote MoM, he's always thinkin' and thinkin' underneath that bald, veiny head of his. Xehanort is known as a master planner and tactician, so it would make sense for him to have a backup plan should this new Organization fail him. And why wouldn't he? Recall that Xemnas admitted that Ansem's apprentices' original experiments with the Heartless were attempts to control the mind, and make it renounce its sense of self. And yet, despite him having 13 Seekers of Darkness, they are still rather individualistic. Examples: Xigbar still kinda antagonizes Xehanort (i.e. What now, you old coot?!") Saix still going to talk to Lea in Twilight Town, even after they've established their sides, instead probably focusing on starting the Keyblade War. Vanitas still wanting to merge with Ventus, even after having been told that becoming the X-Blade will make him whole, meaning he probably no longer believes that. And the fact that they still don't probably know the full extent of Xehanort's plans, though this was as off Re:coded, and might have changed by the time of KHIII. The bottom line is that they still retain their sense of self, and not on the level Terra-Xehanort was (though MX sent his full heart into him, but there should still be signs that his presence should be within them beside the physical yellow eyes and pointy ears.) Overall, Xehanort making Replicas to replace the True Organization should they fail is totally a valid thing he would do. It's in his character, and he would be more than willing to do it. Another hint is that in the beginning of the Final Battle trailer, we see multiple No Names floating behind him when he summons Kingdom Hearts. It made me recall that there was two Kingdom Keys present at the same time, when Roxas and Xion still existed. It would make sense that the Replicas all have copies of the No Name. (Though I'm still hoping all of the True Organization XIII members get their own Keyblades in KHIII.) Overall, this is all still speculation on my part... but I'm honestly convinced that this is what will likely be as to who those figures are.
  19. Square Enix has posted new screenshots from Kingdom Hearts III on their social media as well as updating their press site. These screenshots include new cutscenes from Arendalle as well as the Mysterious Tower. You can view them in the gallery below. New renders have also been revealed. These include the characters from Frozen, Yen Sid, Chip and Dale, Jiminy Cricket, Lea, Ienzo, and Master Xehanort. You can check them out below. Recently, Famitsu has written an article about the screenshots on their website. We will provide translations once they are complete. It appears that Stitch will be returning to Kingdom Hearts III as a summon. We hope that we will be about to learn more information about him during Jump Festa.
  20. Square Enix has posted new screenshots from Kingdom Hearts III on their social media as well as updating their press site. These screenshots include new cutscenes from Arendalle as well as the Mysterious Tower. You can view them in the gallery below. New renders have also been revealed. These include the characters from Frozen, Yen Sid, Chip and Dale, Jiminy Cricket, Lea, Ienzo, and Master Xehanort. You can check them out below. Recently, Famitsu has written an article about the screenshots on their website. We will provide translations once they are complete. It appears that Stitch will be returning to Kingdom Hearts III as a summon. We hope that we will be about to learn more information about him during Jump Festa. View full article
  21. Following the release of the extended Kingdom Hearts III TGS trailer, the Square Enix e-store updated their website with items seen at San Diego Comic Con 2018 and other new items. Earlier this year, Square Enix revealed a Kingdom Hearts long wallet, bi-fold wallet, and a key holder at San Diego Comic Con. The long wallet comes in two colors, black and red. The long wallet retails for 37,584 yen ($334.81 USD) and the bi-fold wallet retails for 26,784 yen ($238.67 USD). Both wallets are made out of leather and feature a design of Kingdom Hearts icons. The long wallet has a keyblade zipper pull. The Kingdom Hearts key-case retails for 18,144 yen ($161.68 USD), comes in red or black, and features the same design as the long wallet and bi-fold wallet. All three items are set to release on February 21, 2019 See the wallets in our gallery below. Square Enix has added Kingdom Hearts canvases of the official arts that are limited to the Square Enix e-store. Canvases feature the illustration of Sora and Riku from Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance. All three canvases retail for 9,800 yen ($87.32 USD) and are available for pre-order. They are set to release January 25, 2019. A new addition to the Kingdom Hearts Novel series will also be releasing January 25, 2019 in Japan. The book is titled Kingdom Hearts X : The Story of You and the Keyblade and will be about the adventures from Kingdom Hearts X. The novel will retail for 800 yen ($7.13 USD). The cover art and NA title is still pending, and there is no NA release date as of yet. A Kingdom Hearts III Post Card Book has also been added to the Square Enix e-store and will retail for 1,296 yen ($11.58 USD). The post card book will have 24 hardcover postcards in size B6 and will be released on January 25, 2019. The cover shown for the post card book is currently the Kingdom Hearts III logo for now and will be updated in the future. Updated [December 13th, 2018]: The Kingdom Hearts III postcard book's cover will be featuring the illustrated cover of Kingdom Hearts III! The postcard book is now available on amazon.co.jp. The cover can be seen below! Update[september 19, 2018]: 7Net will be releasing a limited edition version of the Kingdom Hearts long wallet. The wallet will be white featuring the Kingdom Hearts icons design with a keyblade zipper pull. The wallet will retail for 37,800 yen ($336.81 USD) and will be released February 21, 2019. Keep up to date with Kingdom Hearts III news at TGS 2018 on our website and via Twitter! You can also catch up to all TGS 2018 news via our full coverage of the event! For major updates, follow us on Facebook and Tumblr as well!
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