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  1. Sony Japan has announced that to celebrate the Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary, they will be selling commemorative Walkmen. Unfortunately, even when viewing the announcement page, no images of this item have been revealed. However, those who sign up with their Sony ID will receive a 10% coupon. We'll be share to share further news on this unique and unexpected product when it is discussed in a greater capacity. UPDATE (4/15/2022) : The announcement page has been updated to state that the walkman will come with a pair of wireless headphones and "etc," whatever the latter means. There are still no images for this upcoming product. View full article
  2. Square Enix and U-Treasure have announced that various Organization XIII necklaces are available for pre-order via the latter's storefront from March 28th, 2022 through April 18th, 2022. August 16, 2022 seems to be the shipment date based on the Silver Necklace store page. You can view each Organization necklace via our galleries below as well as links to their respective store pages: Silver Organization XIII Necklace (¥19,800) Yellow Gold Organization XIII Necklace (¥110,000) Pink Gold Organization XIII Necklace (¥110,000) Platinum Organization XIII Necklace (¥121,000) Do you see yourself purchasing any of these extravagant necklaces? Let us know in the comments below!
  3. Square Enix and Japanese retailer Zoff have revealed new celebratory Kingdom Hearts 20th-anniversary merchandise; glasses and cloths representative of the main cast. The case is engraved with iconic Kingdom Hearts imagery. These items will be available for pre-order from March 25, 2022, through April 25, 2022. Furthermore, the currently estimated shipping time is late October 2022. The three trios all share an identical glasses cloth, though each of the nine characters has their own unique pair of glasses. Moreover, two 20th-anniversary-specific glasses cloths will be sold separately. The character glasses are each ¥13,300, while the two additional anniversary cloths are both ¥500. Finally, there is a specific 20th-anniversay pair of glasses with its own cloth and case priced at ¥16,300. Each pair of glasses and separate cloths are viewable via our galleries below alongside respective store page links: Destiny Trio Sora Kairi Riku Days Trio Roxas Xion Axel Disciples Trio Ventus Terra Aqua Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Edition Glasses Cloth - Sora & Kairi Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Edition Glasses Cloth - Mickey Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Edition Glasses, Cloth & Case (¥16,300) UPDATE [March 25th]: Aitai Kuji has begun accepting pre-orders for the glasses and cleaning clothes. Each character pair of glasses will cost ¥14,200 (about $125.00) each while the 20th Aniversary set will cost ¥17,800 (about $155.00). The cleaning clothes will cost ¥900 (about $8.00) each and the glasses case will cost ¥3,650 (about $32.00). All these items will be shipped in October 2022. Sora Kairi Riku Roxas Xion Axel Ventus Terra Aqua 20th Anniversary set Cleaning Cloth (Black) Cleaning Cloth (White) 20th Anniversary case Do you see yourself purchasing on any of these aforementioned glasses or cloths when they become available for pre-order? They're rather pricey but quite stylish. Let us know in the comments below!
  4. Square Enix and Bandai Japan have unexpectedly announced that Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi will be available for pre-order from March 28th and end on May 5th, with a planned shipment window of October 2022. Details of this Tamagotchi release have been summarized by our team's Ryuji, viewable below: General Information Two types of the egg shell exist. In the example image posted below, Sora is Dark Mode, Kairi is Light Mode. Whichever you choose is up to your own personal preference. There will be over 20 characters to play as, but the way it works is that if you buy the Tamagotchi, it will start off with KH1 Sora, and have the chance to randomly grow up into another. Kingdom Hearts Tamagotchi - How To Play You can feed the character Paopu Fruit or Sea-Salt Ice Cream. Sometimes Heartless will appear on the screen, and you can defeat them. You can view the official images of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi below: You can pre-order the Dark Mode and Light Mode Tamagotchis via Aitai Kuji for ¥3,100. More information regarding these products can be viewed via Bandai Japan's official website. This merchandise is certainly unconventional, but undeniably appealing for particular crowds. Do you intend on purchasing this item? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  5. Square Enix and Bandai Japan have unexpectedly announced that Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi will be available for pre-order from March 28th and end on May 5th, with a planned shipment window of October 2022. Details of this Tamagotchi release have been summarized by our team's Ryuji, viewable below: General Information Two types of the egg shell exist. In the example image posted below, Sora is Dark Mode, Kairi is Light Mode. Whichever you choose is up to your own personal preference. There will be over 20 characters to play as, but the way it works is that if you buy the Tamagotchi, it will start off with KH1 Sora, and have the chance to randomly grow up into another. Kingdom Hearts Tamagotchi - How To Play You can feed the character Paopu Fruit or Sea-Salt Ice Cream. Sometimes Heartless will appear on the screen, and you can defeat them. You can view the official images of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi below: You can pre-order the Dark Mode and Light Mode Tamagotchis via Aitai Kuji for ¥3,100. More information regarding these products can be viewed via Bandai Japan's official website. This merchandise is certainly unconventional, but undeniably appealing for particular crowds. Do you intend on purchasing this item? Let us know in the comments below!
  6. Square Enix and U-Treasure have announced that various Organization XIII necklaces are available for pre-order via the latter's storefront from March 28th, 2022 through April 18th, 2022. August 16, 2022 seems to be the shipment date based on the Silver Necklace store page. You can view each Organization necklace via our galleries below as well as links to their respective store pages: Silver Organization XIII Necklace (¥19,800) Yellow Gold Organization XIII Necklace (¥110,000) Pink Gold Organization XIII Necklace (¥110,000) Platinum Organization XIII Necklace (¥121,000) Do you see yourself purchasing any of these extravagant necklaces? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  7. Square Enix and Japanese retailer Zoff have revealed new celebratory Kingdom Hearts 20th-anniversary merchandise; glasses and cloths representative of the main cast. The case is engraved with iconic Kingdom Hearts imagery. These items will be available for pre-order from March 25, 2022, through April 25, 2022. Furthermore, the currently estimated shipping time is late October 2022. The three trios all share an identical glasses cloth, though each of the nine characters has their own unique pair of glasses. Moreover, two 20th-anniversary-specific glasses cloths will be sold separately. The character glasses are each ¥13,300, while the two additional anniversary cloths are both ¥500. Finally, there is a specific 20th-anniversay pair of glasses with its own cloth and case priced at ¥16,300. Each pair of glasses and separate cloths are viewable via our galleries below alongside respective store page links: Destiny Trio Sora Kairi Riku Days Trio Roxas Xion Axel Disciples Trio Ventus Terra Aqua Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Edition Glasses Cloth - Sora & Kairi Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Edition Glasses Cloth - Mickey Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Edition Glasses, Cloth & Case (¥16,300) UPDATE [March 25th]: Aitai Kuji has begun accepting pre-orders for the glasses and cleaning clothes. Each character pair of glasses will cost ¥14,200 (about $125.00) each while the 20th Aniversary set will cost ¥17,800 (about $155.00). The cleaning clothes will cost ¥900 (about $8.00) each and the glasses case will cost ¥3,650 (about $32.00). All these items will be shipped in October 2022. Sora Kairi Riku Roxas Xion Axel Ventus Terra Aqua 20th Anniversary set Cleaning Cloth (Black) Cleaning Cloth (White) 20th Anniversary case Do you see yourself purchasing on any of these aforementioned glasses or cloths when they become available for pre-order? They're rather pricey but quite stylish. Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  8. The Square Enix Japan cafe website has been updated with merchandise related to its Kingdom Hearts 20th-anniversary event collaboration. Each product is viewable on the bottom of the cafe website's main page. Prices are displayed, but since they aren't purchasable outside of this collaboration event, they also have no dedicated store pages. Additionally, each item can be viewed via our gallery below: We will be providing translations for the Kingdom Hearts 20th-anniversary menu items later today.
  9. The Square Enix Japan cafe website has been updated with merchandise related to its Kingdom Hearts 20th-anniversary event collaboration. Each product is viewable on the bottom of the cafe website's main page. Prices are displayed, but since they aren't purchasable outside of this collaboration event, they also have no dedicated store pages. Additionally, each item can be viewed via our gallery below: We will be providing translations for the Kingdom Hearts 20th-anniversary menu items later today. View full article
  10. Square Enix has announced that a carry-on bag themed around Kingdom Hearts III is available for pre-order via their Japanese digital storefront for ¥18,480 (roughly $158.95). Additionally, it is currently stated to ship on July 30, 2022. Adorned with countless symbols representative of the series, this bag is certainly appealing for those desiring more low-key merchandise. Further, it is being advertised as an extension to the celebratory 20th anniversary suitcases. You can view the official images of this upcoming Kingdom Hearts III Carry-On Bag via our gallery below: We will update this article once the product is available for pre-order via other storefronts. The product is also available to pre-order via digital retailer AmiAmi for a discounted price of ¥17,550 ahead of its July 2022 release. UPDATE (4/28/2022) The product is now available for pre-order via Square Enix North America for $179.99 ahead of a provided November 2022 release window. View full article
  11. Square Enix has listed two new Kingdom Hearts products on its digital North American storefront, them being plushes based on the appearances of Sora and Riku from Kingdom Hearts II. They're both available for pre-order for $44.99, and currently possess November 2022 release windows. You can view officially provided images of these upcoming plushes via our galleries below, as well as respective store page links: Kingdom Hearts II - Sora Plush Kingdom Hearts II - Riku Plush UPDATE: Both plushes are now available for pre-order via the Square Enix Japan Store and AmiAmi. Their respective store page links are listed below: Kingdom Hearts II Sora Plush - Square Enix Japan Store (July 16th, 2022 release for ¥4,180) Kingdom Hearts II Riku Plush - Square Enix Japan Store (July 16th, 2022 release for ¥4,180) Kingdom Hearts II Sora Plush - AmiAmi (July 2022 release for ¥3,550) Kingdom Hearts II Riku Plush - AmiAmi (July 2022 release for ¥3,550)
  12. Bandai Japan has announced that they will be selling Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary-themed wafers in Japan in June 2022. These confectionaries will be available in several 7-Elevens throughout the country. Additionally, purchasers can obtain random metallic cards with their wafers decorated with Kingdom Hearts characters. Further details of this announcement were translated by our team's Ryuji, viewable below: Age rating: 15+ ※Images are merely illustrative and not indicative of the product. Inside each package, you can find a: ● Metallic Card (30 variants) ● Wafer (Cocoa Cream) x1 Images of the wafer and examples of obtainable cards are viewable via our gallery below and the official Bandai Japan website. UPDATE (6/1/2022) : The Bandai website has been updated, revealing that these treats will be made available throughout Japan 7-Elevens on June 21, 2022. Our gallery above has also been updated with additional images. If you're a Kingdom Hearts fan in Japan, you have some sweetness to look forward to in the Summer! Let us know how the wafer tastes if you decide to try it. View full article
  13. Square Enix has listed two new Kingdom Hearts products on its digital North American storefront, them being plushes based on the appearances of Sora and Riku from Kingdom Hearts II. They're both available for pre-order for $44.99, and currently possess November 2022 release windows. You can view officially provided images of these upcoming plushes via our galleries below, as well as respective store page links: Kingdom Hearts II - Sora Plush Kingdom Hearts II - Riku Plush UPDATE: Both plushes are now available for pre-order via the Square Enix Japan Store and AmiAmi. Their respective store page links are listed below: Kingdom Hearts II Sora Plush - Square Enix Japan Store (July 16th, 2022 release for ¥4,180) Kingdom Hearts II Riku Plush - Square Enix Japan Store (July 16th, 2022 release for ¥4,180) Kingdom Hearts II Sora Plush - AmiAmi (July 2022 release for ¥3,550) Kingdom Hearts II Riku Plush - AmiAmi (July 2022 release for ¥3,550) View full article
  14. Square Enix Japan has listed another new piece of Kingdom Hearts-themed merchandise, this time being a monogram glasses case based on Kingdom Hearts III. This leather case's exterior is decorated with iconic symbols from the series, such as the enemy emblems, and its size is 57mm x 160mm x 60mm. Additionally, it is available for pre-order ahead of its June 25th, 2022 release date for ¥3,850 (approximately $33.47). You can view the provided images for this upcoming product via our gallery below: Kingdom Hearts III Monogram Folding Glasses Case As a glasses wearer myself, this case is looking awfully appealing... We will update this article with English store information when it is applicable to do so. UPDATE (5/6/2022) The product is now available to pre-order via Square Enix North America for $34.99 ahead of a provided October 2022 release window.
  15. Square Enix Japan has listed another new piece of Kingdom Hearts-themed merchandise, this time being a monogram glasses case based on Kingdom Hearts III. This leather case's exterior is decorated with iconic symbols from the series, such as the enemy emblems, and its size is 57mm x 160mm x 60mm. Additionally, it is available for pre-order ahead of its June 25th, 2022 release date for ¥3,850 (approximately $33.47). You can view the provided images for this upcoming product via our gallery below: Kingdom Hearts III Monogram Folding Glasses Case As a glasses wearer myself, this case is looking awfully appealing... We will update this article with English store information when it is applicable to do so. UPDATE (5/6/2022) The product is now available to pre-order via Square Enix North America for $34.99 ahead of a provided October 2022 release window. View full article
  16. Square Enix has added silver and gold variants of Kingdom Hearts necklaces adorned with the iconic heart and crown imagery onto their Japanese digital storefront. The golden necklaces are ¥85,800 (approximately $746.66), while the silver ones are ¥19,800 (approximately $172.31). Each necklace is stated to release on June 11th, 2022. Additionally, a character representative stone can be chosen alongside a single necklace, with the following characters being options: Sora: Blue Topaz Riku: Blue Sapphire Kairi: Pink Tourmaline Roxas: Orange Sapphire Axel: Red Garnet Xion: Black Diamond Naminé: Diamond Terra: Citrine Aqua: Aquamarine Ventus: Peridot The necklaces' store pages have more info on the material of each stone. And, speaking of the store pages, each one is linked below alongside our own galleries depicting each product. Kingdom Hearts Silver Crown Necklace Kingdom Hearts Gold Crown Necklace Kingdom Hearts Silver Heart Necklace Kingdom Hearts Gold Heart Necklace Do you intend on purchasing any of these necklaces to give your wardrobe some classy Kingdom Hearts flair? Let us know in the comments below! UPDATE: Each of these necklaces are currently available to pre-order from the North American Square Enix store! The silver variants are $179.99 while the gold versions are $779.99. Additionally, each necklace has a July 2022 release window. Their store pages are listed below: Gold Crown Necklace Gold Heart Necklace Silver Crown Necklace Silver Heart Necklace
  17. Square Enix has added silver and gold variants of Kingdom Hearts necklaces adorned with the iconic heart and crown imagery onto their Japanese digital storefront. The golden necklaces are ¥85,800 (approximately $746.66), while the silver ones are ¥19,800 (approximately $172.31). Each necklace is stated to release on June 11th, 2022. Additionally, a character representative stone can be chosen alongside a single necklace, with the following characters being options: Sora: Blue Topaz Riku: Blue Sapphire Kairi: Pink Tourmaline Roxas: Orange Sapphire Axel: Red Garnet Xion: Black Diamond Naminé: Diamond Terra: Citrine Aqua: Aquamarine Ventus: Peridot The necklaces' store pages have more info on the material of each stone. And, speaking of the store pages, each one is linked below alongside our own galleries depicting each product. Kingdom Hearts Silver Crown Necklace Kingdom Hearts Gold Crown Necklace Kingdom Hearts Silver Heart Necklace Kingdom Hearts Gold Heart Necklace Do you intend on purchasing any of these necklaces to give your wardrobe some classy Kingdom Hearts flair? Let us know in the comments below! UPDATE: Each of these necklaces are currently available to pre-order from the North American Square Enix store! The silver variants are $179.99 while the gold versions are $779.99. Additionally, each necklace has a July 2022 release window. Their store pages are listed below: Gold Crown Necklace Gold Heart Necklace Silver Crown Necklace Silver Heart Necklace View full article
  18. Square Enix has added new celebratory Kingdom Hearts merchandise to their Japanese digital storefront; room fragrance mists based on Sora, Kairi, and Riku. The following descriptors for each product are provided and were translated by our team's Ryuji. Sora's fragrance is a fruity and refreshing citrus aroma of green apple, followed by the gentle sweetness of peach and jasmine. You can also smell a pleasant fragrance with a harmonious trace of violet and musk. Riku's fragrance has a cool citrus scent of lime, which gives way to a powerful accord of petitgrain and geranium. Followed musk and tonka bean to give the scent a soapy, clean feeling. Kairi's fragrance has a fresh scent of bergamot and lemon, followed by a lovely accord of peach and rose. You can also smell a sweet but crisp sweetness of vanilla and musk. You can view images of each fragrance mist via our gallery below, as well as links to their respective store pages. All three items are ¥5,940 (approximately $51.72) and will release on March 26th, 2022. Kingdom Hearts Room Fragrance Mist - Sora Kingdom Hearts Room Fragrance Mist - Kairi Kingdom Hearts Room Fragrance Mist - Riku Do you plan on purchasing any or all of these room fragrance mists to, uh, smell like Sora, Kairi, and Riku, I guess? I don't know. Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  19. Square Enix has added new celebratory Kingdom Hearts merchandise to their Japanese digital storefront; room fragrance mists based on Sora, Kairi, and Riku. The following descriptors for each product are provided and were translated by our team's Ryuji. Sora's fragrance is a fruity and refreshing citrus aroma of green apple, followed by the gentle sweetness of peach and jasmine. You can also smell a pleasant fragrance with a harmonious trace of violet and musk. Riku's fragrance has a cool citrus scent of lime, which gives way to a powerful accord of petitgrain and geranium. Followed musk and tonka bean to give the scent a soapy, clean feeling. Kairi's fragrance has a fresh scent of bergamot and lemon, followed by a lovely accord of peach and rose. You can also smell a sweet but crisp sweetness of vanilla and musk. You can view images of each fragrance mist via our gallery below, as well as links to their respective store pages. All three items are ¥5,940 (approximately $51.72) and will release on March 26th, 2022. Kingdom Hearts Room Fragrance Mist - Sora Kingdom Hearts Room Fragrance Mist - Kairi Kingdom Hearts Room Fragrance Mist - Riku Do you plan on purchasing any or all of these room fragrance mists to, uh, smell like Sora, Kairi, and Riku, I guess? I don't know. Let us know in the comments below!
  20. Following the announcement of 5 types of Kingdom Hearts III suitcases being in development to commemorate the franchise's 20th anniversary, Square Enix has now launched the store pages for each variation. Each suitcase is priced at ¥52,800 (approximately $461.85), and they are based on Sora, Kairi, Riku, Axel, and King Mickey. Additionally, they all have a release date of June 25th, 2022. Further, each suitcase can be viewed via our galleries below alongside links to their respective Square Enix E-store pages: Kingdom Hearts III - Sora Suitcase Kingdom Hearts III - Kairi Suitcase Kingdom Hearts III - Riku Suitcase Kingdom Hearts III - Axel Suitcase Kingdom Hearts III - King Mickey Suitcase Do you see yourself purchasing any of these suitcases for some fancy traveling? Let us know in the comments below! UPDATE: Each of the aforementioned suitcases are currently available to pre-order via Square Enix's North American digital storefront for $549.99. Further, they all possess September 2022 release windows. The suitcase store links are listed below: King Mickey Axel Riku Sora Kairi
  21. Following the announcement of 5 types of Kingdom Hearts III suitcases being in development to commemorate the franchise's 20th anniversary, Square Enix has now launched the store pages for each variation. Each suitcase is priced at ¥52,800 (approximately $461.85), and they are based on Sora, Kairi, Riku, Axel, and King Mickey. Additionally, they all have a release date of June 25th, 2022. Further, each suitcase can be viewed via our galleries below alongside links to their respective Square Enix E-store pages: Kingdom Hearts III - Sora Suitcase Kingdom Hearts III - Kairi Suitcase Kingdom Hearts III - Riku Suitcase Kingdom Hearts III - Axel Suitcase Kingdom Hearts III - King Mickey Suitcase Do you see yourself purchasing any of these suitcases for some fancy traveling? Let us know in the comments below! UPDATE: Each of the aforementioned suitcases are currently available to pre-order via Square Enix's North American digital storefront for $549.99. Further, they all possess September 2022 release windows. The suitcase store links are listed below: King Mickey Axel Riku Sora Kairi View full article
  22. Square Enix has revealed that the highly anticipated Kingdom Hearts chess set, titled "Alba & Ater," meaning white and black, is now available to pre-order from their North American, European, and Japan digital stores. This product is a recreation of the chessboard and pieces Young Eraqus and Young Xehanort were seen playing with during the opening hours of Kingdom Hearts III. You can view the officially revealed images of the Kingdom Hearts III Alba & Ater Chess Set below: Additionally, the Chess Set has varying release dates and prices dependent on the region: North American store - $699.99 - July 2022 release window European store - €749.99 - July 29, 2022 release date specifically provided Japan store - ¥77,000 ($690.10 as a rough, unofficial conversion) - April 30, 2022 release date Do you intend on pre-ordering this impressive chess set despite its astounding price? Let us know in the comments below!
  23. This has certainly been a hectic week, huh? From the reveal of Sora joining Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as its final DLC fighter to the trailer dropping for the Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary next year, there is an unprecedented degree of content for fans to look forward to. However, it's easy to have forgotten or passed by the intricacies of all the news due to everything that was announced. Therefore, we have compiled and detailed every bit of information fans should be aware of from this week. Sora Joining Super Smash Bros. Ultimate So, first thing's first; Sora's inclusion as the final DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This is obviously the most significant fraction of news, and every fan is undoubtedly aware of it by now. Still, for those who haven't yet dived into the specifics, let's break down his fighting style, the content arriving with his inclusion, his release date, and more. Before discussing Sora's moveset, Sakurai revealed that Sora was the top requested fighter from the fighter ballot for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. After talking to former Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, though, they decided not to disclose these results to the public to avoid needless harassment aimed towards the involved developmental parties. Thankfully, Sora has managed to make his way into the series regardless, even if it was a game later. Sakurai repeatedly emphasized that immense cooperation was needed to make this impossibility occur, which genuinely is a miracle. Further, Sora's Japanese and English voices will be implemented during release. Sora's introduction trailer misled at least most of us, I think. It begins where the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate first started, the stage of indescribable darkness with the series logo hanging in the sky with every character present. However, the fire burning from the logo quickly burns out, leading to a single flame remaining on the ground. Afterward, each of the characters reverts to their statue forms, devoid of life. Though perhaps invigorated with life by the remaining flame, Mario steps off his statue stand and walks toward the remaining light. After some notable hesitation, he shoves his arm into the fire and throws what seems to be an enkindled blade into the air. Suddenly, the flames vanish, and the identity of the blade becomes apparent; the Keyblade. It shoots out a beam of light, causing an enormous keyhole to appear. As Simple and Clean Orchestral begins to play, Sora slowly arrives in a familiar sleeping posture before opening his eyes. The rest of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate cast finally regains their life, their statue forms dissipating. They each turn back and gaze at the figure engulfed by this shining light. Sora, now awake, begins to soar through the air in delight as each character stares in wonder. Finally, Sora lands on his feet, and after summoning the Kingdom Key, Sora is Finally Here! appears on the screen. It was a truly magical trailer that perfectly encapsulates how when Sora sees the heart in something; it becomes real. As a playable character, Sora was designed to be approachable and easy to play as, unlike other DLC members of the roster who require exceptional dedication to use feasibly. He is an airborne and, community memes aside, floaty fighter. Additionally, his weight is among the lowest of the playable cast, being lighter than even the likes of Isabelle and Young Link. When it comes to cosmetic alterations, Sora can change into various outfits representing different Kingdom Hearts games. However, it is only his attire that alters, not his actual character model. This means that this is still the original Kingdom Hearts version of Sora wearing these outfits. Moreover, aside from main outfits from several of the Kingdom Hearts games being present, specific forms have also made their way into the title. Sora's 8 costumes are listed in their respective P1-P8 order below: The original Kingdom Hearts design Kingdom Hearts II main outfit Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance design Kingdom Hearts III main outfit Kingdom Hearts II Timeless River design (Has dedicated facial expressions) Kingdom Hearts II Valor Form Kingdom Hearts II Wisdom Form Kingdom Hearts III Ultimate Form The outfits from P1-P4 have wonderfully recreated artwork of Sora from the respective games. In addition, there are also 5 Spirits reflective of the designs from P1-P5. The Wisdom Form outfit has the Recusant's Sigil on its chest from the Dream Drop Distance design because P7 is an alternate skin of P3. So, while not a pure representation of Wisdom Form, the point comes across, and this can also be seen as a new take on the design, even if that wasn't the intended case. You can view each of Sora's official renders across his 8 outfits in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate via our gallery below: Generally speaking, Sora's moveset is pulled from how he plays as from Kingdom Hearts. For example, his standard 3-hit combo has several variations depending on how long the attack button is held, and the swings are reminiscent of his swordplay in the games themselves. Some abilities from the source material have arrived, too, like Hurricane Blast being Sora's down-air, Sonic Blade being his side-special, and Counterattack being his down-special. Magic is Sora's netural special, and it cycles through Firaga, Thundaga, and Blizzaga in that order when used. Each spell has neat unique effects dependent on situational contexts, so there is an undeniably deep mental game players will have to be cognizant of on the fly. Speaking of cycles, Sora's taunts also do just that. While not providing any beneficial effects, Sora's taunt cycles through castings of Stopga, Aeroga, and Curaga. Personally speaking, I find this to be a terrific way to feature some of the spells that didn't make their way into the moveset proper. Pay respects to Graviga, though. Due to how he excels in the air, Sora's edge guarding game is top-notch, boasting ludicrously adept recovery. Even though his weight is relatively light and his attacks are stated to be moderate in speed, it's clear that this iteration of Sora can more than hold his own. In the presentation, Sakurai forgot to detail Sora's dash and dash attack, leading him to briefly tweeting about them afterward. The stage that arrives with Sora is the beloved Hollow Bastion, specifically its original Kingdom Hearts version, which makes sense given how Sora's default design and his abilities are based on the franchise's first entry. Combatants stand on a moving platform that begins from Rising Falls before soaring and giving players detailed views of this lovingly recreated world. Additionally, when players are on their last stocks or when the match is running low on time, the stage transforms and becomes a Dive to the Heart station that depicts the imagery of a character's heart. The Dive to the Heart stations that can appear are as follows: Sora Riku Roxas Xion Terra Ventus Aqua Official screenshots of the Hollow Bastion + Dive to the Heart stage can be viewed via our gallery below: Oddly enough, even though Sakurai stated earlier in the presentation that he will forgo the details of Sora's Final Smash, wanting us to see for ourselves, and only providing the name, "Sealing the Keyhole," he then showed it in the middle of Sora's real-time combat demonstration. "Sealing the Keyhole" consists of literally sealing opponents within a keyhole and then within a door emblazoned with the iconic Super Smash Bros. logo. Afterward, Sora performs the keyhole sealing maneuver from the original Kingdom Hearts before the door explodes, severely damaging its occupants. It's a novel original Final Smash that captures the essence of Sora's tasked actions throughout the first game. Moreover, as revealed during the end of this combat showcase, when Sora defeats a foe at the end of a Stamina Battle, the game slows down, referencing the same effect that occurred when prevailing in key battles in the original Kingdom Hearts. Sora has 2 victory poses as shown below: There are 10 songs included with purchasing Sora, and each track is from the first game. Unfortunately, none of these tracks have been arranged and are instead simply their original versions. These songs are listed below: Night of Fate Destiny's Force Shrouding Dark Cloud Hand in Hand Blast Away! -Gummi Ship II- Hollow Bastion Scherzo Di Notte Fragments of Sorrow Destati Dearly Beloved -Swing Version- (If the player has save data of Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory on their Nintendo Switch) Also, while not a track that can be played during battles, Sora's victory fanfare is an arrangement of Hand in Hand composed by Yoko Shimomura! The Spirit Board contains 8 obtainable Spirits who can be viewed below: Kairi (1 Star - Novice) Ventus (2 Stars - Advanced) Aqua (3 Stars - Ace) Terra (2 Stars - Advanced) Riku (3 Stars - Ace) Xion (2 Stars - Advanced) Axel (2 Stars - Advanced) Roxas (5 Stars - Legend) In the Japanese version specifically, Aqua's and Axel's names will be denoted with the "KINGDOM HEARTS series" because their names match with other spirits. It is also worth noting that there are no direct references to Disney outside of the Mickey keychain on Sora's Keyblade. This was certainly done for copyright reasons, and it was even taken so far as to alter the characters' Dive to the Heart stations to remove any connotative Disney imagery. Sora will be released for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on October 18th, 2021. His character bundle, which consists of him, the music tracks, spirits, and the Hollow Bastion stage, costs $5.99. Alternatively, he is included in the Fighter's Pass 2 bundle. For a more in-depth look at Sora's fighting prowess, check out Sakurai's overview of him below (timestamped): You can view Sora on the legendary Super Smash Bros. Ultimate banner artwork via our gallery below: You can view the full Sora character trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate below: Yoko Shimomura and Tetsuya Nomura shared personal comments regarding Sora's inclusion in this hallmark fighting game, which you can view below: Official screenshots of Sora in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate can be viewed via our galleries below: The Rest of the Kingdom Hearts Games Are Coming to Nintendo Switch While technically part of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate presentation, this is a separate matter. Sakurai announced that Kingdom Hearts - HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX-, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind will be playable on the Nintendo Switch via Cloud Gaming. For those unaware, Cloud Gaming is a service where games are streamed from an online source. Therefore, a high-speed internet connection is recommended when utilizing this service. No release dates or prices for any of these Cloud versions have been revealed yet. The name of this collection is the Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece for Cloud, though the titles can be bought individually. As a neat bit of trivia, the Integrum Masterpiece part of the title was the name for the All-in-One collection in Japan. Kingdom Hearts Dark Road Ending This Winter Soon after the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate presentation for Sora concluded, Square Enix shared the 20th Anniversary trailer for the Kingdom Hearts franchise. The most notable new announcement in this trailer is that Kingdom Hearts Dark Road will be concluding this Winter. All of the remaining content, including the ending, will be released at once. In addition, the Kingdom Hearts Dark Road game will also be receiving its offline mode version 5.0 update. No specific date on when this content will drop has been provided. However, since it simply states Winter, I believe it's safe to assume it to be releasing sometime from January 2022 to March 2022 since, even though late December is when Winter initiates, they would have likely stated that month specifically in the trailer if it were releasing then. Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Event At the very end of the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary trailer, Square Enix revealed that a Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Event is planned. No details on when this will occur or the like have been provided yet, though. This is just a guess on my part, but since the original Kingdom Hearts was released in March 2002, I think this Anniversary event will be held in March 2022. Check out the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary trailer below if you haven't already: Merchandise Of course, it can't be a celebration without merchandise. So the final bit of news in the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary trailer is that there is a plethora of planned, celebratory merchandise. The 2 products shown off during the trailer were the highly anticipated chess set, which is now available for pre-order, and Kingdom Hearts III suitcases currently in development. Also, while not all necessarily anniversary items, several other Kingdom Hearts-themed products were revealed this week. You can view each of the items revealed below: Kingdom Hearts ~20th Anniversary~ Ichiban Kuji Sora and Kairi Figures Kingdom Hearts III Alba & Ater Chess Set Kingdom Hearts Keyblade Silicon Ice Tray Kingdom Hearts Mouse Pad 20th Anniversary Kingdom Hearts III suitcases Lastly, while not merchandise, the announcement of Kingdom Hearts-themed guest rooms returning to the Disney ambassador hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort this Winter is noteworthy. And that is all of the essential information that all fans should know of from this wild week of immense news drops. The 20th Anniversary of the Kingdom Hearts franchise has not even truly begun yet, and we're already being provided staggering news that will surely amplify once we hit 2022. What are you looking forward to from the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary and what types of celebratory occurences would you like to see? Additionally, how thrilled are you to finally play as Sora in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Let us know in the comments below!
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  25. This has certainly been a hectic week, huh? From the reveal of Sora joining Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as its final DLC fighter to the trailer dropping for the Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary next year, there is an unprecedented degree of content for fans to look forward to. However, it's easy to have forgotten or passed by the intricacies of all the news due to everything that was announced. Therefore, we have compiled and detailed every bit of information fans should be aware of from this week. Sora Joining Super Smash Bros. Ultimate So, first thing's first; Sora's inclusion as the final DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This is obviously the most significant fraction of news, and every fan is undoubtedly aware of it by now. Still, for those who haven't yet dived into the specifics, let's break down his fighting style, the content arriving with his inclusion, his release date, and more. Before discussing Sora's moveset, Sakurai revealed that Sora was the top requested fighter from the fighter ballot for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. After talking to former Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, though, they decided not to disclose these results to the public to avoid needless harassment aimed towards the involved developmental parties. Thankfully, Sora has managed to make his way into the series regardless, even if it was a game later. Sakurai repeatedly emphasized that immense cooperation was needed to make this impossibility occur, which genuinely is a miracle. Further, Sora's Japanese and English voices will be implemented during release. Sora's introduction trailer misled at least most of us, I think. It begins where the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate first started, the stage of indescribable darkness with the series logo hanging in the sky with every character present. However, the fire burning from the logo quickly burns out, leading to a single flame remaining on the ground. Afterward, each of the characters reverts to their statue forms, devoid of life. Though perhaps invigorated with life by the remaining flame, Mario steps off his statue stand and walks toward the remaining light. After some notable hesitation, he shoves his arm into the fire and throws what seems to be an enkindled blade into the air. Suddenly, the flames vanish, and the identity of the blade becomes apparent; the Keyblade. It shoots out a beam of light, causing an enormous keyhole to appear. As Simple and Clean Orchestral begins to play, Sora slowly arrives in a familiar sleeping posture before opening his eyes. The rest of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate cast finally regains their life, their statue forms dissipating. They each turn back and gaze at the figure engulfed by this shining light. Sora, now awake, begins to soar through the air in delight as each character stares in wonder. Finally, Sora lands on his feet, and after summoning the Kingdom Key, Sora is Finally Here! appears on the screen. It was a truly magical trailer that perfectly encapsulates how when Sora sees the heart in something; it becomes real. As a playable character, Sora was designed to be approachable and easy to play as, unlike other DLC members of the roster who require exceptional dedication to use feasibly. He is an airborne and, community memes aside, floaty fighter. Additionally, his weight is among the lowest of the playable cast, being lighter than even the likes of Isabelle and Young Link. When it comes to cosmetic alterations, Sora can change into various outfits representing different Kingdom Hearts games. However, it is only his attire that alters, not his actual character model. This means that this is still the original Kingdom Hearts version of Sora wearing these outfits. Moreover, aside from main outfits from several of the Kingdom Hearts games being present, specific forms have also made their way into the title. Sora's 8 costumes are listed in their respective P1-P8 order below: The original Kingdom Hearts design Kingdom Hearts II main outfit Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance design Kingdom Hearts III main outfit Kingdom Hearts II Timeless River design (Has dedicated facial expressions) Kingdom Hearts II Valor Form Kingdom Hearts II Wisdom Form Kingdom Hearts III Ultimate Form The outfits from P1-P4 have wonderfully recreated artwork of Sora from the respective games. In addition, there are also 5 Spirits reflective of the designs from P1-P5. The Wisdom Form outfit has the Recusant's Sigil on its chest from the Dream Drop Distance design because P7 is an alternate skin of P3. So, while not a pure representation of Wisdom Form, the point comes across, and this can also be seen as a new take on the design, even if that wasn't the intended case. You can view each of Sora's official renders across his 8 outfits in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate via our gallery below: Generally speaking, Sora's moveset is pulled from how he plays as from Kingdom Hearts. For example, his standard 3-hit combo has several variations depending on how long the attack button is held, and the swings are reminiscent of his swordplay in the games themselves. Some abilities from the source material have arrived, too, like Hurricane Blast being Sora's down-air, Sonic Blade being his side-special, and Counterattack being his down-special. Magic is Sora's netural special, and it cycles through Firaga, Thundaga, and Blizzaga in that order when used. Each spell has neat unique effects dependent on situational contexts, so there is an undeniably deep mental game players will have to be cognizant of on the fly. Speaking of cycles, Sora's taunts also do just that. While not providing any beneficial effects, Sora's taunt cycles through castings of Stopga, Aeroga, and Curaga. Personally speaking, I find this to be a terrific way to feature some of the spells that didn't make their way into the moveset proper. Pay respects to Graviga, though. Due to how he excels in the air, Sora's edge guarding game is top-notch, boasting ludicrously adept recovery. Even though his weight is relatively light and his attacks are stated to be moderate in speed, it's clear that this iteration of Sora can more than hold his own. In the presentation, Sakurai forgot to detail Sora's dash and dash attack, leading him to briefly tweeting about them afterward. The stage that arrives with Sora is the beloved Hollow Bastion, specifically its original Kingdom Hearts version, which makes sense given how Sora's default design and his abilities are based on the franchise's first entry. Combatants stand on a moving platform that begins from Rising Falls before soaring and giving players detailed views of this lovingly recreated world. Additionally, when players are on their last stocks or when the match is running low on time, the stage transforms and becomes a Dive to the Heart station that depicts the imagery of a character's heart. The Dive to the Heart stations that can appear are as follows: Sora Riku Roxas Xion Terra Ventus Aqua Official screenshots of the Hollow Bastion + Dive to the Heart stage can be viewed via our gallery below: Oddly enough, even though Sakurai stated earlier in the presentation that he will forgo the details of Sora's Final Smash, wanting us to see for ourselves, and only providing the name, "Sealing the Keyhole," he then showed it in the middle of Sora's real-time combat demonstration. "Sealing the Keyhole" consists of literally sealing opponents within a keyhole and then within a door emblazoned with the iconic Super Smash Bros. logo. Afterward, Sora performs the keyhole sealing maneuver from the original Kingdom Hearts before the door explodes, severely damaging its occupants. It's a novel original Final Smash that captures the essence of Sora's tasked actions throughout the first game. Moreover, as revealed during the end of this combat showcase, when Sora defeats a foe at the end of a Stamina Battle, the game slows down, referencing the same effect that occurred when prevailing in key battles in the original Kingdom Hearts. Sora has 2 victory poses as shown below: There are 10 songs included with purchasing Sora, and each track is from the first game. Unfortunately, none of these tracks have been arranged and are instead simply their original versions. These songs are listed below: Night of Fate Destiny's Force Shrouding Dark Cloud Hand in Hand Blast Away! -Gummi Ship II- Hollow Bastion Scherzo Di Notte Fragments of Sorrow Destati Dearly Beloved -Swing Version- (If the player has save data of Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory on their Nintendo Switch) Also, while not a track that can be played during battles, Sora's victory fanfare is an arrangement of Hand in Hand composed by Yoko Shimomura! The Spirit Board contains 8 obtainable Spirits who can be viewed below: Kairi (1 Star - Novice) Ventus (2 Stars - Advanced) Aqua (3 Stars - Ace) Terra (2 Stars - Advanced) Riku (3 Stars - Ace) Xion (2 Stars - Advanced) Axel (2 Stars - Advanced) Roxas (5 Stars - Legend) In the Japanese version specifically, Aqua's and Axel's names will be denoted with the "KINGDOM HEARTS series" because their names match with other spirits. It is also worth noting that there are no direct references to Disney outside of the Mickey keychain on Sora's Keyblade. This was certainly done for copyright reasons, and it was even taken so far as to alter the characters' Dive to the Heart stations to remove any connotative Disney imagery. Sora will be released for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on October 18th, 2021. His character bundle, which consists of him, the music tracks, spirits, and the Hollow Bastion stage, costs $5.99. Alternatively, he is included in the Fighter's Pass 2 bundle. For a more in-depth look at Sora's fighting prowess, check out Sakurai's overview of him below (timestamped): You can view Sora on the legendary Super Smash Bros. Ultimate banner artwork via our gallery below: You can view the full Sora character trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate below: Yoko Shimomura and Tetsuya Nomura shared personal comments regarding Sora's inclusion in this hallmark fighting game, which you can view below: Official screenshots of Sora in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate can be viewed via our galleries below: The Rest of the Kingdom Hearts Games Are Coming to Nintendo Switch While technically part of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate presentation, this is a separate matter. Sakurai announced that Kingdom Hearts - HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX-, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind will be playable on the Nintendo Switch via Cloud Gaming. For those unaware, Cloud Gaming is a service where games are streamed from an online source. Therefore, a high-speed internet connection is recommended when utilizing this service. No release dates or prices for any of these Cloud versions have been revealed yet. The name of this collection is the Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece for Cloud, though the titles can be bought individually. As a neat bit of trivia, the Integrum Masterpiece part of the title was the name for the All-in-One collection in Japan. Kingdom Hearts Dark Road Ending This Winter Soon after the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate presentation for Sora concluded, Square Enix shared the 20th Anniversary trailer for the Kingdom Hearts franchise. The most notable new announcement in this trailer is that Kingdom Hearts Dark Road will be concluding this Winter. All of the remaining content, including the ending, will be released at once. In addition, the Kingdom Hearts Dark Road game will also be receiving its offline mode version 5.0 update. No specific date on when this content will drop has been provided. However, since it simply states Winter, I believe it's safe to assume it to be releasing sometime from January 2022 to March 2022 since, even though late December is when Winter initiates, they would have likely stated that month specifically in the trailer if it were releasing then. Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Event At the very end of the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary trailer, Square Enix revealed that a Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Event is planned. No details on when this will occur or the like have been provided yet, though. This is just a guess on my part, but since the original Kingdom Hearts was released in March 2002, I think this Anniversary event will be held in March 2022. Check out the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary trailer below if you haven't already: Merchandise Of course, it can't be a celebration without merchandise. So the final bit of news in the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary trailer is that there is a plethora of planned, celebratory merchandise. The 2 products shown off during the trailer were the highly anticipated chess set, which is now available for pre-order, and Kingdom Hearts III suitcases currently in development. Also, while not all necessarily anniversary items, several other Kingdom Hearts-themed products were revealed this week. You can view each of the items revealed below: Kingdom Hearts ~20th Anniversary~ Ichiban Kuji Sora and Kairi Figures Kingdom Hearts III Alba & Ater Chess Set Kingdom Hearts Keyblade Silicon Ice Tray Kingdom Hearts Mouse Pad 20th Anniversary Kingdom Hearts III suitcases Lastly, while not merchandise, the announcement of Kingdom Hearts-themed guest rooms returning to the Disney ambassador hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort this Winter is noteworthy. And that is all of the essential information that all fans should know of from this wild week of immense news drops. The 20th Anniversary of the Kingdom Hearts franchise has not even truly begun yet, and we're already being provided staggering news that will surely amplify once we hit 2022. What are you looking forward to from the Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary and what types of celebratory occurences would you like to see? Additionally, how thrilled are you to finally play as Sora in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Let us know in the comments below! 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