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  1. Famitsu published an exclusive interview with Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura just hours before the game's release in Japan. In the first part of the interview (you can read the translations here), Nomura talkes about the power of awakening, why Sora is tryign to resurrect Roxas, and that the epilogue and secret movie in Kingdom Hearts III will give hints towards the series' future. He also talked about the requirements for unlocking the secret movie in Kingdom Hearts III for various difficulty levels. We now have translations to the second part of the interview. Here, Nomura talked about changing specific game settings to adjust to the level of challenge, and revealed that he has written the scenario (including dialogue) in Kingdom Hearts III, and that he has been doing so since Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days! Kingdom Hearts III also seems to have its own in-game social network, resembling Instagram, with its own design, patters, and hashtag symbol. Both Sora and Riku can uses this social network to upload photos taken with their Gummiphones and make updates throughout their journey. You can read this part of the interview below, thanks to proofreading by KH13 translators Mio-chan and Solis! The rest of the interview will be published very soon. UPDATE [Jan 25, 2019]: We have published our final part of the interview! Read it here. Follow our master coverage of Kingdom Hearts III here and on social media! Recent articles: - Kingdom Hearts III releases in Japan - Worldwide reviews for Kingdom Hearts III published - Tetsuya Nomura discusses the power of awakening, Roxas, and secret ending requirements in Kingdom Hearts III - Tetsuya Nomura discusses writing the scenario (including dialogue) for Kingdom Hearts III and the game's own Instagram-like social network View full article
  2. The upcoming Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Famitsu interview with Tetsuya Nomura arriving tomorrow has shared preview images with information being shared by prominent leaker Ryokutya. A summation of the provided information has been translated by our team's Ryuji, viewable below: The latest trailer was shown in Unreal Engine 4, but by the next time we see KH4 make an appearance, we will certainly see it in Unreal Engine 5. The girl who knows Quadratum [possibly the Nameless Star’s identity] is still a secret. It is unknown whether she’ll appear in KH4 or not, but Nomura does suggest she is a Verum Rex character. The “Lost Masters” refers to an opposition group, similar to Organization XIII. The 5 masters aside from Luxu have completely vanished. It is unknown if they’ll make an appearance in Kingdom Hearts IV. They each have different purposes and newfound purposes for this saga. The scenario for this arc will be written by Nomura, Oka Masaru, and Akiko Ishibashi. The scenario for Missing Link will be written by Ruiko Fukazawa (writer for Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward). The Dark Road finale is being animated by 2 female animators, who are hard at work. There are no plans to release any KH4 information in the near future.
  3. The upcoming Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Famitsu interview with Tetsuya Nomura arriving tomorrow has shared preview images with information being shared by prominent leaker Ryokutya. A summation of the provided information has been translated by our team's Ryuji, viewable below: The latest trailer was shown in Unreal Engine 4, but by the next time we see KH4 make an appearance, we will certainly see it in Unreal Engine 5. The girl who knows Quadratum [possibly the Nameless Star’s identity] is still a secret. It is unknown whether she’ll appear in KH4 or not, but Nomura does suggest she is a Verum Rex character. The “Lost Masters” refers to an opposition group, similar to Organization XIII. The 5 masters aside from Luxu have completely vanished. It is unknown if they’ll make an appearance in Kingdom Hearts IV. They each have different purposes and newfound purposes for this saga. The scenario for this arc will be written by Nomura, Oka Masaru, and Akiko Ishibashi. The scenario for Missing Link will be written by Ruiko Fukazawa (writer for Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward). The Dark Road finale is being animated by 2 female animators, who are hard at work. There are no plans to release any KH4 information in the near future. View full article
  4. Japanese publication Famitsu has shared new preview scans for the upcoming Weekly Famitsu providing Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary coverage, including a full interview with series director Tetsuya Nomura. Understandably, it's next to impossible to make out the text within these scans fully. Still, we can tell that the Master of Masters and the Foretellers, the Anniversary event concert, and Kingdom Hearts IV will be receiving dedicated pages. As a reminder, this full Weekly Famitsu issue will be released on April 28th, 2022. We covered translations for a preview that was released earlier this month. You can view the preview scans for this upcoming edition of Weekly Famitsu via our gallery below: Are you excited for the full Tetsuya Nomura interview releasing soon? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  5. Japanese publication Famitsu has shared new preview scans for the upcoming Weekly Famitsu providing Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary coverage, including a full interview with series director Tetsuya Nomura. Understandably, it's next to impossible to make out the text within these scans fully. Still, we can tell that the Master of Masters and the Foretellers, the Anniversary event concert, and Kingdom Hearts IV will be receiving dedicated pages. As a reminder, this full Weekly Famitsu issue will be released on April 28th, 2022. We covered translations for a preview that was released earlier this month. You can view the preview scans for this upcoming edition of Weekly Famitsu via our gallery below: Are you excited for the full Tetsuya Nomura interview releasing soon? Let us know in the comments below!
  6. Famitsu recently published an early look at an interview they conducted with Tetsuya Nomura regarding Kingdom Hearts IV and Kingdom Hearts Missing - Link. Prominent community translator, Audrey, translated significant information from this interview pertaining to Kingdom Hearts IV, so immense credit to her. We will be updating this article when the information surrounding Missing - Link is translated, and when the full interview releases on April 28th, 2022. For now, the summations of Audrey's work are listed below: Quadratum is entirely unrelated to the Shibuya found in The World Ends with You. There are no connections to speak of. Further, this is a new world unrelated to any we've seen before. Sora's apartment is located in Aoyama, Tokyo, and it will act as the base/hub for the game's early stages. The Reaction Command mechanic from Kingdom Hearts II will be returning. The fourth option of the command menu says "Build," relating to the concept of the "Scrap and Rebuild system" that will be discussed more at a later date. Translator Xenosaga states this to be the concept of destruction and reconstruction. One of the central story ideas will be exploring how Sora's home realm is fictitious to Quadratum natives and vice versa. The message Nomura left at the Anniversary Event venue containing the "x" symbol has not been fully deciphered yet. Our team's Ryuji has translated the currently available Kingdom Hearts Missing - Link segment of the Famitsu interview, viewable below: UPDATE: The anniversary message riddle has been solved by user @kh_skrvat and several other Japanese fans. Our translator, Ryuji, provided the following image for visualization. This means that the narrator for the Kingdom Hearts IV and Kingdom Hearts Missing - Link trailers is Sigurd, a character introduced in the epilogue of Kingdom Hearts Union χ. The explanation for how this was solved is below, via our team's Ryuji.
  7. Famitsu recently published an early look at an interview they conducted with Tetsuya Nomura regarding Kingdom Hearts IV and Kingdom Hearts Missing - Link. Prominent community translator, Audrey, translated significant information from this interview pertaining to Kingdom Hearts IV, so immense credit to her. We will be updating this article when the information surrounding Missing - Link is translated, and when the full interview releases on April 28th, 2022. For now, the summations of Audrey's work are listed below: Quadratum is entirely unrelated to the Shibuya found in The World Ends with You. There are no connections to speak of. Further, this is a new world unrelated to any we've seen before. Sora's apartment is located in Aoyama, Tokyo, and it will act as the base/hub for the game's early stages. The Reaction Command mechanic from Kingdom Hearts II will be returning. The fourth option of the command menu says "Build," relating to the concept of the "Scrap and Rebuild system" that will be discussed more at a later date. Translator Xenosaga states this to be the concept of destruction and reconstruction. One of the central story ideas will be exploring how Sora's home realm is fictitious to Quadratum natives and vice versa. The message Nomura left at the Anniversary Event venue containing the "x" symbol has not been fully deciphered yet. Our team's Ryuji has translated the currently available Kingdom Hearts Missing - Link segment of the Famitsu interview, viewable below: UPDATE: The anniversary message riddle has been solved by user @kh_skrvat and several other Japanese fans. Our translator, Ryuji, provided the following image for visualization. This means that the narrator for the Kingdom Hearts IV and Kingdom Hearts Missing - Link trailers is Sigurd, a character introduced in the epilogue of Kingdom Hearts Union χ. The explanation for how this was solved is below, via our team's Ryuji. View full article
  8. Twitter user @PushDustIn recently shared translations of a Famitsu column detailing Sora's arrival into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This column states that Sora had an expected arduous barrier of entry to prevail against due to his ties with Disney. However, a chance meeting at an award show between Sakurai and a Disney executive led to the talks initially beginning. After Sakurai expressed his desire to see Sora join the title, lengthy discussions between Nintendo, Disney, and Square Enix occurred to see this dream finally come to fruition. Translator Ryokutya2089 also provided his interpretation of this news. This is quite poetic in a sense, considering how the sheer existence of Kingdom Hearts as a franchise only happened because of a chance meeting. In addition, Sora's internal codename is "Trail," interestingly enough. This perhaps hearkens to the end of the original Kingdom Hearts, where Sora, Donald, and Goofy chase Pluto across the long and winding trail leading to Castle Oblivion, but that's just speculation on my part. View full article
  9. Twitter user @PushDustIn recently shared translations of a Famitsu column detailing Sora's arrival into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This column states that Sora had an expected arduous barrier of entry to prevail against due to his ties with Disney. However, a chance meeting at an award show between Sakurai and a Disney executive led to the talks initially beginning. After Sakurai expressed his desire to see Sora join the title, lengthy discussions between Nintendo, Disney, and Square Enix occurred to see this dream finally come to fruition. Translator Ryokutya2089 also provided his interpretation of this news. This is quite poetic in a sense, considering how the sheer existence of Kingdom Hearts as a franchise only happened because of a chance meeting. In addition, Sora's internal codename is "Trail," interestingly enough. This perhaps hearkens to the end of the original Kingdom Hearts, where Sora, Donald, and Goofy chase Pluto across the long and winding trail leading to Castle Oblivion, but that's just speculation on my part.
  10. In the newest Famitsu issue, some new screenshots were revealed for Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory! King Mickey is briefly introduced, with the article stating that an item will allow him to be a fourth playable character in Field Battle tracks. Some story cutscene screenshots from prior titles are shown, which are likely going to be viewable from the museum. New screenshots from the press site were revealed too. Lastly, a few screenshots showcasing some guest party members are shown. These guest party members are Aladdin, Beast and Stitch. You can take a look at the new screenshots via our gallery below: Additionally, new character renders for Kairi and King Mickey were released by 4gamer. You can take a look at them below: What do you think of these two new character renders, especially the unexpected Kairi one? Let us know in the comments below!
  11. Famitsu has recently released an interview they conducted with series director Tetsuya Nomura, Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory co-director Masanobu Suzui, and series executive producer Ichiro Hazama! You can read translated excerpts relevant to Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory below, thanks to our team's Ryuji! What are your thoughts on this enlightening interview involving some of the integral development staff behind Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory? Let us know in the comments below!
  12. Famitsu has recently released a brand new issue covering a variety of info concerning Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory! One of the first new screenshots revealed shows brand new renders for Xion, Roxas and Axel as well as a new screenshot of the three them being playable. There are three gameplay styles covered next. The first of which being 'Normal Style' which is the most basic play style using several buttons. A 'One Button Style' is described which allows players to complete rhythm sections with just one button. This mode was also revealed to be in the game by Nomura himself during a statement release regarding this title. The last gameplay style is the 'Performer Style' which is the hard mode of Melody of Memory. Inputs are more challenging and complex, requiring more skillful timing from the player. A new screenshot revealing Hollow Bastion/Radiant Garden from Kingdom Hearts II is also shown! More new screenshots are shown, depicting menu UI and more gameplay segments. A computer versus mode was also detailed, with it being described as being similar to standard versus play except that it includes ranks. The highest rank is Platinum. A screenshot of the Switch exclusive 8 player mode is also shown! The 'Double Play' Mode was also shown, revealing that you can play with your friend on the same screen with multiple controllers, with one controlling Sora while the other controls Riku. This was briefly shown in the Nintendo Switch Direct Mini trailer. A list of playable songs is also shown with the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra ~ World Tour~ being listed, curiously enough. You can view additional screenshots in the gallery below What do you think of this plethora of new information regarding the upcoming Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory? Let us know in the comments below!
  13. Right after the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - Concert in Osaka, Japan, on November 30, Famitsu conducted an interview with Kingdom Hearts III Director Tetsuya Nomura in regards to the upcoming Re Mind DLC. The interview was published today, a few hours before the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind State of Play trailer and release date reveals. We have just completed our translations of the information relevant to Kingdom Hearts III; you can read it below! Translations are courtesy of KH13 Staff Ryuji.
  14. Right after the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra - World of Tres - Concert in Osaka, Japan, on November 30, Famitsu conducted an interview with Kingdom Hearts III Director Tetsuya Nomura in regards to the upcoming Re Mind DLC. The interview was published today, a few hours before the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind State of Play trailer and release date reveals. We have just completed our translations of the information relevant to Kingdom Hearts III; you can read it below! Translations are courtesy of KH13 Staff Ryuji. View full article
  15. 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.
  16. 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
  17. Famitsu, the most popular and respected video games magazine in Japan, have finally released their rating for Kingdom Hearts III! Previously, they had published two preliminary reviews for the game online. In the most recent issue that released on February 7, they published their rating of the game, summing up the score of four reviewers to 39/40. In the same issue, they also featured different gameplay elements from the game. You can read a translation of the reviews below, and take a look at the scans from the issue at the end of the article. Translations are courtesy of @Keytotruth. Read KH13's review of Kingdom Hearts III here! For more Kingdom Hearts news, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr, and check out the highlights on our Kingdom Hearts III master coverage! Recent Kingdom Hearts III news: - A special version of Dearly Beloved plays with Kingdom Hearts III Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro theme - Square Enix Cafe ARTNIA reveals the Kingdom Hearts III commemoration campaign menu - Kingdom Hearts III ships 5 million copies worldwide View full article
  18. Famitsu, the most popular and respected video games magazine in Japan, have finally released their rating for Kingdom Hearts III! Previously, they had published two preliminary reviews for the game online. In the most recent issue that released on February 7, they published their rating of the game, summing up the score of four reviewers to 39/40. In the same issue, they also featured different gameplay elements from the game. You can read a translation of the reviews below, and take a look at the scans from the issue at the end of the article. Translations are courtesy of @Keytotruth. Read KH13's review of Kingdom Hearts III here! For more Kingdom Hearts news, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr, and check out the highlights on our Kingdom Hearts III master coverage! Recent Kingdom Hearts III news: - A special version of Dearly Beloved plays with Kingdom Hearts III Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Pro theme - Square Enix Cafe ARTNIA reveals the Kingdom Hearts III commemoration campaign menu - Kingdom Hearts III ships 5 million copies worldwide
  19. Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura took part in an exclusive interview with Famitsu, just before the release of the game! This interview is quite lengthy, so we're separating it into multiple articles to make it easier to digest. In the first segment, the game's story was discussed, as well as the game's secret ending requirements, which we've separated into a spoiler tag. Some new screenshots also accompanied this publication. You can read a translation of the interview below. Translations are courtesy of KH13 staff member Mio-chan! As stated above, we will continue to publish more of this lengthy interview as soon as we can! Kingdom Hearts III will release in Japan in less than an hour, on January 25. The game will release worldwide next Tuesday, on January 29! Stay tuned for more info and the international release! Follow our coverage of Kingdom Hearts III here and on social media! Recent articles: - Kingdom Hearts III releases in Japan - Worldwide reviews for Kingdom Hearts III published - Tetsuya Nomura discusses the power of awakening, Roxas, and secret ending requirements in Kingdom Hearts III - Tetsuya Nomura discusses writing the scenario (including dialogue) for Kingdom Hearts III and the game's own Instagram-like social network
  20. Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura took part in an exclusive interview with Famitsu, just before the release of the game! This interview is quite lengthy, so we're separating it into multiple articles to make it easier to digest. In the first segment, the game's story was discussed, as well as the game's secret ending requirements, which we've separated into a spoiler tag. Some new screenshots also accompanied this publication. You can read a translation of the interview below. Translations are courtesy of KH13 staff member Mio-chan! As stated above, we will continue to publish more of this lengthy interview as soon as we can! Kingdom Hearts III will release in Japan in less than an hour, on January 25. The game will release worldwide next Tuesday, on January 29! Stay tuned for more info and the international release! Follow our coverage of Kingdom Hearts III here and on social media! Recent articles: - Kingdom Hearts III releases in Japan - Worldwide reviews for Kingdom Hearts III published - Tetsuya Nomura discusses the power of awakening, Roxas, and secret ending requirements in Kingdom Hearts III - Tetsuya Nomura discusses writing the scenario (including dialogue) for Kingdom Hearts III and the game's own Instagram-like social network View full article
  21. Famitsu published an exclusive interview with Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura just hours before the game's release in Japan. In the first part of the interview (you can read the translations here), Nomura talkes about the power of awakening, why Sora is tryign to resurrect Roxas, and that the epilogue and secret movie in Kingdom Hearts III will give hints towards the series' future. He also talked about the requirements for unlocking the secret movie in Kingdom Hearts III for various difficulty levels. We now have translations to the second part of the interview. Here, Nomura talked about changing specific game settings to adjust to the level of challenge, and revealed that he has written the scenario (including dialogue) in Kingdom Hearts III, and that he has been doing so since Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days! Kingdom Hearts III also seems to have its own in-game social network, resembling Instagram, with its own design, patters, and hashtag symbol. Both Sora and Riku can uses this social network to upload photos taken with their Gummiphones and make updates throughout their journey. You can read this part of the interview below, thanks to proofreading by KH13 translators Mio-chan and Solis! The rest of the interview will be published very soon. UPDATE [Jan 25, 2019]: We have published our final part of the interview! Read it here. Follow our master coverage of Kingdom Hearts III here and on social media! Recent articles: - Kingdom Hearts III releases in Japan - Worldwide reviews for Kingdom Hearts III published - Tetsuya Nomura discusses the power of awakening, Roxas, and secret ending requirements in Kingdom Hearts III - Tetsuya Nomura discusses writing the scenario (including dialogue) for Kingdom Hearts III and the game's own Instagram-like social network
  22. Weekly Famitsu's next issue, releasing on January 17 (JST), states they plan to publish a 30-page Kingdom Hearts III special feature! According to the preview by the blog Hokanko-Alt, Famitsu will publish its review for the game after the February 7 issue of the magazine. Keep an eye on our website for scans of the Kingdom Hearts III feature when we have them!
  23. Weekly Famitsu's next issue, releasing on January 17 (JST), states they plan to publish a 30-page Kingdom Hearts III special feature! According to the preview by the blog Hokanko-Alt, Famitsu will publish its review for the game after the February 7 issue of the magazine. Keep an eye on our website for scans of the Kingdom Hearts III feature when we have them! View full article
  24. Towards the end of every year, Japanese video game websites 4Gamer and Famitsu publish comments by personalities from the video game industry in regards to the new year and what they are looking forward to. This year, Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura, brand manager Shinji Hashimoto, and composer Yoko Shimomura, along with Kingdom Hearts battle system planner Yosuke Shiokawa, participated in the end-of-year questionnaires. You can read their comments below; translations are courtesy of KH13 Staff @Mio-chan and xionskeyblade. Ichiro Hazama, the producer of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (who has previously expressed interest in adopting Kingdom Hearts into Theatrhythm), also answered the questions on Famitsu and stated that he is looking forward to Kingdom Hearts III.
  25. Towards the end of every year, Japanese video game websites 4Gamer and Famitsu publish comments by personalities from the video game industry in regards to the new year and what they are looking forward to. This year, Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura, brand manager Shinji Hashimoto, and composer Yoko Shimomura, along with Kingdom Hearts battle system planner Yosuke Shiokawa, participated in the end-of-year questionnaires. You can read their comments below; translations are courtesy of KH13 Staff @Mio-chan and xionskeyblade. Ichiro Hazama, the producer of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (who has previously expressed interest in adopting Kingdom Hearts into Theatrhythm), also answered the questions on Famitsu and stated that he is looking forward to Kingdom Hearts III. View full article
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