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  1. Gangan Online have posted the next chapter for the Kingdom Hearts III manga. You can view it on their site here. We have also updated our galleries with scans of the chapter. You can read those in the gallery below. The next update will be on July 25th, 2019.
  2. Soboz

    Kairi - Kingdom Hearts III

    Pencil portrait I drew of Kairi from the E3 Kingdom Hearts III trailer.

    © Soboz

  3. Gangan Online have posted the next chapter for the Kingdom Hearts III manga. You can view it on their site here. We have also updated our galleries with scans of the chapter. You can read those in the gallery below. The next update will be on July 25th, 2019. View full article
  4. This week's issue of Famitsu Weekly magazine will include an interview with Tetsuya Nomura, the director of the Kingdom Hearts series, where he discusses both Final Fantasy VII: Remake and the new DLC coming to Kingdom Hearts III, Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind. Thanks to ryokutya2089, a summary of the information in this interview can be read below. Translations have been provided by KH13 Staff @Mio-chan. UPDATE: The full translation of the interview is now available! You can read it below. (Thanks to KH13 Staff Members @Mio-chan, @NihonScribe, and @Solis for the translations!) UPDATE: We apologize as we didn't notice an extra bit of the interview, as it was written as a footnote. Here is one last part of the interview, translated by KH13 Staff @NihonScribe.
  5. The second volume of the Kingdom Hearts III novel, authored by Tomoco Kanemaki and illustrated by Shiro Amano, is now available for pre-order at the Square Enix e-Store (Japan)! It is priced at 800 yen and will release on July 25, 2019. A cover is yet to be released. You can read the description of the novel below. (Thanks to KH13 team member @Mio-chan for the translations!) The first volume of the novel, which released in Japan last March, can be purchased here. UPDATE [Jun 25, 2019]: Square Enix have revealed the cover for the Game Novels Kingdom Hearts III Vol. 2 New Seven Hearts! If purchased from the Square Enix e-Store (Japan), the book will also come with a postcard showcasing the same cover art! You can see the cover art below.
  6. CheyRae

    Connection

    Fan Art I did of Sora and Kairi's connection.
  7. Created an OC because I was bored. Hatsuko is Kairi's older sister... Yeah. You can read about her here on my DA https://www.deviantart.com/senpaicheyenne/art/KH-AU-Hatsuko-OC--792321294
  8. A new Kingdom Hearts III themed umbrella is now available for pre-order at the Square Enix e-Store (Japan)! The umbrella features a crown made of Kingdom Hearts emblems on the outer side, and a monogram pattern on the inside surface. Its handle and the cover it comes with also feature the Kingdom Hearts coat of arms. The product can be used as an umbrella on rainy days and as a parasol on a sunny day to protect one from the sun's UV rays. The umbrella costs 3,240 yen and will release on July 6, 2019. For more information, click here. Below are some pictures of the product. AitaiKuji is also offering a pre-order of this product for customers outside of Japan. View full article
  9. Famitsu will be publishing an interview with Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura in their July 4th issue. The interview will be more towards Final Fantasy VII Remake but will include the recently announced Kingdom Hearts III Re:MIND DLC. (Thanks to KH13 Staff member @Mio-chan for translating a short summary) The July 4th issue will release on June 20th (Japan time). Keep an eye on KH13 for more info when the interview is released.
  10. Famitsu will be publishing an interview with Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura in their July 4th issue. The interview will be more towards Final Fantasy VII Remake but will include the recently announced Kingdom Hearts III Re:MIND DLC. (Thanks to KH13 Staff member @Mio-chan for translating a short summary) The July 4th issue will release on June 20th (Japan time). Keep an eye on KH13 for more info when the interview is released. View full article
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  12. New information regarding the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III: Re:Mind DLC has been revealed at the Los Angeles performance of Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- today! In keeping with his appearances at the previous Kingdom Hearts orchestras in Los Angeles and this year's -World of Tres- performance in Tokyo, series director Tetsuya Nomura made a guest appearance at the end of the concert to announce this information and present a new teaser trailer for the DLC. After coming out onto the stage, Nomura was greeted with a standing ovation from the audience. He said that he arrived in Los Angeles on the same day of the concert, commenting "I haven't even unpacked, and I accidentally came wearing sandals", eliciting a hearty laugh from the audience. Nomura then mentioned that the paid DLC was revealed at the Tokyo performance, before stating "We have prepared something to show today, for the people who came here, so have a look." He remarked that the trailer shown at the orchestra is "exclusive" (despite the trailer subsequently being published on YouTube), and that video and photography were not permitted. Nomura also revealed that the Re:Mind DLC will be launched this winter and will include "more scenes that we will like." Credit to KH13 staff member Mio-chan for providing translations of Nomura's words! Shortly after the concert, the English version of the Re:Mind teaser was uploaded on the official Kingdom Hearts Youtube channel. You can watch it below. The Japanese version is as follows: In this trailer, we witness a meeting between Young Xehanort and a cloaked figure who seems to be Master of Masters, in the Keyblade Graveyard. The scene alludes to Young Xehanort being mentored by the him, who asks him how "the world tour" went. It seems he gave Xehanort the black coat to ward off the darkness, which is interesting seeing that in this scene, Young Xehanort's eyes are of the original grey colour instead of yellow, commonly a symbol of darkness. I But the most striking scene seems to be the one between Xigbar and Luxord, both characters with roots from Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]. Luxord confronts Xigbar at in the world of Olympus, asking him who he is, but then leaves saying it doesn't matter anyway. Xigbar then wonders out loud, "The question is who are you, Luxord?" This makes an allusion to how the identity of Luxord may be central to the story of Kingdom Hearts. In terms of gameplay, the Re:Mind DLC will make the players able to play with Riku, Aqua, and Roxas in certain situations. The trailer features these playable characters during the battles in the Keyblade Gravevyard towards the end of the game. The Oathkeeper Keyblade and the Keyblade's formchange also makes an appearance. From the DLC's first reveal announcement in the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- Tokyo show, we know that the ReMind DLC will be a paid DLC to include: An additional Scenario, "Re:Mind" Limit Cut Episode + Boss Secret Episode + Boss English VA option (only for Japan; no word on an equivalent option for non-JP copies) We also know that there will be a free DLC featuring a new Keyblade and a new formchange. Lastly, another interesting feature about the Re:Mind DLC is the coda symbol featured in its logo. In music, a coda ("⊕") is a passage that brings a piece (or a movement) to an end. According to an observation made by Project Destati, this could have additional symbolism in regards to the additional story content that the Re:Mind DLC could bring to Kingdom Hearts III. You can check out some screenshots from the Re:Mind teaser trailer below! We have also uploaded a photo album with some interesting pictures from the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert at Los Angeles. Check it out below! Credit to KH13 staff member Raxaimus for representing KH13 at this event and providing us with info! Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind will be releasing this winter! What are your expectation from the DLC so far? Let us know in the comments!
  13. June 8th, 2019 at the Ultra Singapore Music Festival, Skrillex dropped a remix of Kingdom Hearts III's opening theme, Face My Fears. The remix is a collaboration between Skrillex and Virtual Riot. There is no set date for the release of the track. Listen to the live performance of the remix below! View full article
  14. June 8th, 2019 at the Ultra Singapore Music Festival, Skrillex dropped a remix of Kingdom Hearts III's opening theme, Face My Fears. The remix is a collaboration between Skrillex and Virtual Riot. There is no set date for the release of the track. Listen to the live performance of the remix below!
  15. You all know the three word story thread right? Well let's do it again, but this time we just need to loosely create a KH3. Doesn't have to follow the plot in detail at all, just generally. So let's start Sora arrived at
  16. Hi, where can I find the high quality version of this Kingdom Hearts 3 emblem, which was used in the PS4 Pro KH3 limited edition original theme and in KH3 marketing? This emblem is taken from the PS4 theme screenshot, and looks low quality.
  17. New information regarding the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III: Re:Mind DLC has been revealed at the Los Angeles performance of Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- today! In keeping with his appearances at the previous Kingdom Hearts orchestras in Los Angeles and this year's -World of Tres- performance in Tokyo, series director Tetsuya Nomura made a guest appearance at the end of the concert to announce this information and present a new teaser trailer for the DLC. After coming out onto the stage, Nomura was greeted with a standing ovation from the audience. He said that he arrived in Los Angeles on the same day of the concert, commenting "I haven't even unpacked, and I accidentally came wearing sandals", eliciting a hearty laugh from the audience. Nomura then mentioned that the paid DLC was revealed at the Tokyo performance, before stating "We have prepared something to show today, for the people who came here, so have a look." He remarked that the trailer shown at the orchestra is "exclusive" (despite the trailer subsequently being published on YouTube), and that video and photography were not permitted. Nomura also revealed that the Re:Mind DLC will be launched this winter and will include "more scenes that we will like." Credit to KH13 staff member Mio-chan for providing translations of Nomura's words! Shortly after the concert, the English version of the Re:Mind teaser was uploaded on the official Kingdom Hearts Youtube channel. You can watch it below. The Japanese version is as follows: In this trailer, we witness a meeting between Young Xehanort and a cloaked figure who seems to be Master of Masters, in the Keyblade Graveyard. The scene alludes to Young Xehanort being mentored by the him, who asks him how "the world tour" went. It seems he gave Xehanort the black coat to ward off the darkness, which is interesting seeing that in this scene, Young Xehanort's eyes are of the original grey colour instead of yellow, commonly a symbol of darkness. I But the most striking scene seems to be the one between Xigbar and Luxord, both characters with roots from Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]. Luxord confronts Xigbar at in the world of Olympus, asking him who he is, but then leaves saying it doesn't matter anyway. Xigbar then wonders out loud, "The question is who are you, Luxord?" This makes an allusion to how the identity of Luxord may be central to the story of Kingdom Hearts. In terms of gameplay, the Re:Mind DLC will make the players able to play with Riku, Aqua, and Roxas in certain situations. The trailer features these playable characters during the battles in the Keyblade Gravevyard towards the end of the game. The Oathkeeper Keyblade and the Keyblade's formchange also makes an appearance. From the DLC's first reveal announcement in the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- Tokyo show, we know that the ReMind DLC will be a paid DLC to include: An additional Scenario, "Re:Mind" Limit Cut Episode + Boss Secret Episode + Boss English VA option (only for Japan; no word on an equivalent option for non-JP copies) We also know that there will be a free DLC featuring a new Keyblade and a new formchange. Lastly, another interesting feature about the Re:Mind DLC is the coda symbol featured in its logo. In music, a coda ("⊕") is a passage that brings a piece (or a movement) to an end. According to an observation made by Project Destati, this could have additional symbolism in regards to the additional story content that the Re:Mind DLC could bring to Kingdom Hearts III. You can check out some screenshots from the Re:Mind teaser trailer below! We have also uploaded a photo album with some interesting pictures from the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert at Los Angeles. Check it out below! Credit to KH13 staff member Raxaimus for representing KH13 at this event and providing us with info! Kingdom Hearts III Re:Mind will be releasing this winter! What are your expectation from the DLC so far? Let us know in the comments! View full article
  18. The second volume of the Kingdom Hearts III novel, authored by Tomoco Kanemaki and illustrated by Shiro Amano, is now available for pre-order at the Square Enix e-Store (Japan)! It is priced at 800 yen and will release on July 25, 2019. A cover is yet to be released. You can read the description of the novel below. (Thanks to KH13 team member @Mio-chan for the translations!) The first volume of the novel, which released in Japan last March, can be purchased here. UPDATE [Jun 25, 2019]: Square Enix have revealed the cover for the Game Novels Kingdom Hearts III Vol. 2 New Seven Hearts! If purchased from the Square Enix e-Store (Japan), the book will also come with a postcard showcasing the same cover art! You can see the cover art below. View full article
  19. A new Kingdom Hearts III themed umbrella is now available for pre-order at the Square Enix e-Store (Japan)! The umbrella features a crown made of Kingdom Hearts emblems on the outer side, and a monogram pattern on the inside surface. Its handle and the cover it comes with also feature the Kingdom Hearts coat of arms. The product can be used as an umbrella on rainy days and as a parasol on a sunny day to protect one from the sun's UV rays. The umbrella costs 3,240 yen and will release on July 6, 2019. For more information, click here. Below are some pictures of the product. AitaiKuji is also offering a pre-order of this product for customers outside of Japan.
  20. A new Play Arts Kai figure of Kingdom Hearts III Sora, to be released on January 30, 2017, is now available for pre-order at the North American branch of the Square Enix Store for $149.99! The figure displays Sora in his Kingdom Hearts III outfit wielding an unnamed Keyblade that was previously featured in the trailer released during E3 2015. Pictures are shown below. A description of the figure follows: What Play Arts Kai figures do you own? Will you be adding this Kingdom Hearts III Sora to your collection? Let us know in the comments! UPDATE: The official Square Enix Japan online store has been updated with the Kingdom Hearts III Sora Play Arts Kai. It is listed on the store as 15,240 yen with tax included, which converts to approximately $142 USD. The release date for the figure is November 6, 2016 , which is about 2 months earlier than the North American release. UPDATE 2: An English foretext is provided within the packaging of the Kingdom Hearts III Sora Play Arts Kai figure. It reads as follows: The text has been procured by @ArikaMiz. UPDATE 3: The figure is now available on Amazon, with a listed release date of February 22nd, 2017, and a price of $149.99!
  21. According to Funko Pop News! on Twitter, four brand new Kingdom Hearts III Funko Pops will be arriving in Autumn 2019! They are a Kingdom Hearts III Aqua, Axel, Kairi with Hood, and Sora with Shield. Keep in touch with KH13 for more information on their releases!
  22. According to Funko Pop News! on Twitter, four brand new Kingdom Hearts III Funko Pops will be arriving in Autumn 2019! They are a Kingdom Hearts III Aqua, Axel, Kairi with Hood, and Sora with Shield. Keep in touch with KH13 for more information on their releases! View full article
  23. 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.
  24. 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!
  25. 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!
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