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  1. Twitter user @gsc_kahotan, a member of Good Smile Company's Planning Department, has revealed an image of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III Aqua Nendoroid! Aqua is the last of the revealed Kingdom Hearts characters to receive a Nendoroid figure. The following Kingdom Hearts Nendoroid figures currently available for purchase from that reveal are as follows: Kingdom Hearts III Kairi Kingdom Hearts III Axel Kingdom Hearts III Roxas Kingdom Hearts II Riku Kingdom Hearts II Sora Kingdom Hearts III Sora and Riku You can take a look at the revealed Aqua Nendoroid via our gallery below: View full article
  2. Twitter user @gsc_kahotan, a member of Good Smile Company's Planning Department, has revealed an image of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III Aqua Nendoroid! Aqua is the last of the revealed Kingdom Hearts characters to receive a Nendoroid figure. The following Kingdom Hearts Nendoroid figures currently available for purchase from that reveal are as follows: Kingdom Hearts III Kairi Kingdom Hearts III Axel Kingdom Hearts III Roxas Kingdom Hearts II Riku Kingdom Hearts II Sora Kingdom Hearts III Sora and Riku You can take a look at the revealed Aqua Nendoroid via our gallery below:
  3. Here's King Mickey arriving in The World That Never Was in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. Here's the Replica for Roxas being sent to the Keyblade Graveyard by Ienzo, Even, Ansem the Wise, etc. in Kingdom Hearts III. (Which Roxas' heart comes out of Sora and then goes into the moment it arrives.) It's the exact same method of travel/arriving at a world. They have the same animation of a sparkle in the sky and then a beam of light coming down from where the sparkle was, transporting a person or object to a world.
  4. NOTE: Thank you very much to Square Enix for providing KH13 with these PC codes. That has not affected our opinions and advisories in this piece, however. Orpheus Joshua The Kingdom Hearts series making its way to PC is a massive step up for accessibility for prospective fans. The first and definitely most worthwhile purchase any interested party should make is Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX. This compilation includes Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, (HD Cinematics) Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix, and Kingdom Hearts Re: coded. (HD Cinematics) Each of these ports is qualitative and performs quite well. There are full screen, windowed, and borderless full-screen modes alongside a slew of other display features. 30, 60, 120, and Unlocked frame rate options are available with a refresh rate option accompanying those. Brightness adjustments and colorblind filters are available as well. The menu for the colorblind filters is a bit odd since it features a screenshot from the Japanese version of the title, but that's just a minor nitpick. Sound sliders for the master volume, background music, sound effects, and voices are available too, which is a first for the series. Regarding controller inputs, PlayStation, Xbox, Keyboard, and Switch Pro Controllers all seamlessly work without issue. Buttons can also be re-calibrated, providing further individual player agency in how one chooses to play. As you can see, there is a significant amount of added quality of life features to these PC versions of the titles, which makes them both excellent entry points for new players and compelling reasons for revisiting for veteran fans. There are some issues to be wary of regarding the titles, though. There are seemingly random crashes in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix. I personally experienced crashes in all of the aforementioned titles minus Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories. Still, I have both seen and talked to individuals who have dealt with crashes in Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories as well. These crashes seemed to be random, as the ones I experienced occurred just as I was standing still or walking around. Thankfully the severity and frequency of them are nowhere near the level of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix's infamous save crashing during its initial play state on PlayStation 4. However, they are still worth being wary of. There are also some new issues the community is finding as we speak too, so once again, keep the potential of encountering problematic occurrences in mind. If you choose to purchase this title, be sure to save often to supplement any loss of progress you may find yourself facing. Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix seems to be the most contentious of the ports as there are reports of some players crashing more frequently here than in the other titles. Speaking from individual experience, I dealt with a total of 4 crashes during my time playing Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, 2 crashes in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, and 1 crash in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix. There is not much to say regarding the HD Cinematics of Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Re: coded. Still, it is worth mentioning that the entirety of the Chapters across both titles and Roxas' Diary in the former title are fully available for viewing from the start. The free update scene for Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is also present, for those wondering. Curiously though, the Characters section of Kingdom Hearts Re: coded is unlocked and naturally updated from viewing the cinematics, which is a bizarre choice when accompanied by everything else being initially unlocked. Lastly, it seems that it is not possible to alter the voice acting of any of these games to Japanese despite that being an advertised feature. While one can alter the game's language entirely from the Epic Game Store settings menu, that also changes the language of the text itself, and it also seemingly doesn't alter the dubbed language for some players. This is by far one of the oddest exclusions, erroneous or not since this feature is listed on the store page of the title. Of the 4 Kingdom Hearts PC releases, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX is certainly one of the most worthwhile purchases a customer can make. While some technical issues need sorting out, the ports are all relatively reliable and consistent in performance. The added PC optimizations and several other features make these arguably the definitive way to experience these titles, doubly so once their issues get ironed out. Orpheus Joshua There is not much to say regarding Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue. This collection contains the least bang for your buck as it only includes Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD, Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep ~A fragmentary passage~ and Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Back Cover. Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD and the other titles in this collection have the same PC optimization options that Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX had, and its performance is smooth and up to snuff. If you want more details on what is included, read our section on the prior collection above, but expect the same general level of quality and performance that the former titles have. Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep ~A fragmentary passage~ is a graphical step up from the past titles and requires a beefier set up to run comfortably. Oddly enough, though, its optimization options for display are identical to the prior titles. This is a bit strange given the higher tier of graphical fidelity this title offers, so one would expect more options, perhaps akin to what Kingdom Hearts III's PC port provides. Regardless, however, this title runs beautifully. This is a far cry from the stuttery performance back on PlayStation 4, and it does this title more than enough justice. I have a relatively modest PC, and this title ran smoothly with little to no slowdown whatsoever. I did not experience crashes or any noticeable bugs during my experiences in either of these 2 titles, and I have not seen any reports of this occurring with other players. Still, best to be cautious and save whenever possible. Lastly, as for Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Back Cover, there is literally nothing unique or noteworthy to comment on. While it likely does look better compared to its console counterparts, the experience is still the same. Additionally, just like Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX, there is no option to change to Japanese audio for any of these titles. This is an advertised feature listed on the store page, so its exclusion is incredibly bizarre. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is arguably the package with the least incentive to purchase, even with the PC enhancements. Aside from the noticeable performance upgrades for Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep ~A fragmentary passage~, there is little reason to buy this collection, especially given its unnecessarily high price tag. One should wait for a considerable sale before potentially picking up this product. WakelessDream Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC has finally arrived on PC alongside the rest of the Kingdom Hearts series through the Epic Games Store. The port offers many of the same features present in the PC ports of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, and Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory with an added graphics settings menu. The PC specific settings menu allows for adjustments to be made to the game's languages, display settings, graphics, sounds, and gamepad and keyboard customizations. The game supports both Japanese and English voices/audio and allows for the player to also choose between eight different languages for the text, including but not limited to Japanese and English. As with the other HD collections now available for PC, Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC also offers options to adjust the frame rates between 30, 60, 120, and Unlocked, preset graphic settings ranging from Low to Max or Custom, colorblind filters, and a range of sound settings for adjusting volume, background music, sound effects, and voices. Additionally, the game supports PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch Pro, and Keyboard controls. I started my playthrough using keyboard and mouse controls but found it awkward to lock on to enemies. As someone who has played most of the series on the PlayStation 4, I found myself gravitating back to using my PlayStation 4 controller quickly. Needless to say, however, the game provides for a wide assortment of customizations to accommodate a variety of player preferences and play styles. Two notable perks players will receive for purchasing the Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC through the Epic Games Store are a three-month subscription to Disney+(for select countries only) and the exclusive Elemental Encoder Keyblade. Perhaps the more curious of the two is the Elemental Encoder Keyblade, which is similar in appearance to King Mickey's Star Cluster Keyblade, with a metallic silver and black palette swap. The Keyblade allows for a form change that is a variation of Sora's Second Form, "Second Form E." Additionally, it comes with two abilities, Lucky Strike and Magic Roulette. Because this Keyblade is available from the get-go, I found it coming in handy personally for early on in the game. Specifically, after filling up the command gauges, Magic Roulette grants the player the ability to cast a random Grand Magic spell which is a more powerful tier of magic you normally wouldn't receive until progressing later into the game. Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC is very well optimized for PC. As with Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep ~A Fragmentary Passage~, the better your setup, the better you'll be able to enjoy the game at its full potential. I was pleasantly surprised to see how seamlessly movement was both in cutscenes and gameplay. Magic spells and Attraction Flows glow with color, environments look more vibrant, shadows, reflections and textures appear more prominent. Upon its initial release on console, the game was already visually stunning. Small enhancements such as the lighting and level of overall detail on the PC port go a long way to making this stunning game look even more spectacular. For the most part, the game runs very smoothly, and much to my delight I was having a difficult time finding topics to complain about. I did however encounter a noticeable drop in the frame rate during the final battle against all three Titans, but it was nothing super disruptive. Perhaps this is just due to the scale of that particular boss battle. Fortunately, I did not experience any of the random crashes reported in the other titles' PC ports. However, it is worth noting that there are reports from the community regarding a bug pertaining to receiving the Proof of Times Past, which then prevents players from obtaining the Oblivion Keyblade. I have not reached this point in my playthrough, so I have yet to confirm it myself. Hopefully such issues will be addressed in future updates. Whether you're someone trying Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC for the first time or a fan of the series wanting to experience the title on PC, Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC is sure to provide players with a smooth, crisp, and clean experience. Orpheus Joshua Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory includes a noticeable amount of options not present in its initial release. There is an option for Japanese audio, just like Kingdom Hearts III. Options for resolution, frame rate, and anti-aliasing are also present alongside some more unexpected features such as movie opacity alteration and staff transparency for the tracks. There are notable problems with this port, however. Firstly, the online mode functionality is still as barebones as it was on consoles and still does not allow private matches between players online. For those who were desiring this mode to be fixed for this release, I sympathize greatly. Additionally, perhaps the most grievous of any of the issues present in all of the PC ports thus far is that both the Dualsense and Nintendo Switch Pro controllers do not work with this port. I am personally unsure if Xbox controllers work, but having 2 modern controllers not currently compatible is already a massive detriment. The only control methodology that worked in my experience, aside from the keyboard, was the Dualshock 4. This is a vital problem that will hopefully be patched as soon as possible. The port functions well aside from those critical faults, thankfully. For those who have not experienced Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory yet, though, or desired a platform where you could use whatever controller you desired, you are certainly better off waiting for a patch and a sale, as the title's base price is quite steep. At the end of the day, the two purchases Wakeless and I recommend any fan making are of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC. While this collection has crashing concerns, and the latter has some glitches of its own, their issues are relatively minor in the grand scope of enjoyability. As long as one frequently saves, their experiences should not be hindered too greatly. Additionally, the port of Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC is fantastic, and is by leaps and bounds the definitive medium to play through this title for any whose PC can optimally run it. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX has the most bang for your buck, as it contains a considerable amount of content for a worthwhile price. However, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is difficult to justify a purchase of due to its unnecessarily high price tag, and Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory has its slew of controller related issues and untouched online implementation. We only advise purchasing these two titles if they are on sale, if Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory's controller related faults get patched if it actively affects your playstyle, or if one has not yet experienced their contents at all. Orpheus Joshua's Specs: Processor: Intel Core i5-9400F CPU @2.90GHz Graphics Card: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1660 Installed Ram: 8.00 GB WakelessDream's Specs: Processor: 3.8GHz 12-core AMD Ryzen 3900x Graphics Card: 24GB NVIDIA Titan RTX Installed Ram: 64GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3600MHz View full article
  5. NOTE: Thank you very much to Square Enix for providing KH13 with these PC codes. That has not affected our opinions and advisories in this piece, however. Orpheus Joshua The Kingdom Hearts series making its way to PC is a massive step up for accessibility for prospective fans. The first and definitely most worthwhile purchase any interested party should make is Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX. This compilation includes Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, (HD Cinematics) Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix, and Kingdom Hearts Re: coded. (HD Cinematics) Each of these ports is qualitative and performs quite well. There are full screen, windowed, and borderless full-screen modes alongside a slew of other display features. 30, 60, 120, and Unlocked frame rate options are available with a refresh rate option accompanying those. Brightness adjustments and colorblind filters are available as well. The menu for the colorblind filters is a bit odd since it features a screenshot from the Japanese version of the title, but that's just a minor nitpick. Sound sliders for the master volume, background music, sound effects, and voices are available too, which is a first for the series. Regarding controller inputs, PlayStation, Xbox, Keyboard, and Switch Pro Controllers all seamlessly work without issue. Buttons can also be re-calibrated, providing further individual player agency in how one chooses to play. As you can see, there is a significant amount of added quality of life features to these PC versions of the titles, which makes them both excellent entry points for new players and compelling reasons for revisiting for veteran fans. There are some issues to be wary of regarding the titles, though. There are seemingly random crashes in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix. I personally experienced crashes in all of the aforementioned titles minus Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories. Still, I have both seen and talked to individuals who have dealt with crashes in Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories as well. These crashes seemed to be random, as the ones I experienced occurred just as I was standing still or walking around. Thankfully the severity and frequency of them are nowhere near the level of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix's infamous save crashing during its initial play state on PlayStation 4. However, they are still worth being wary of. There are also some new issues the community is finding as we speak too, so once again, keep the potential of encountering problematic occurrences in mind. If you choose to purchase this title, be sure to save often to supplement any loss of progress you may find yourself facing. Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix seems to be the most contentious of the ports as there are reports of some players crashing more frequently here than in the other titles. Speaking from individual experience, I dealt with a total of 4 crashes during my time playing Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, 2 crashes in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, and 1 crash in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix. There is not much to say regarding the HD Cinematics of Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Re: coded. Still, it is worth mentioning that the entirety of the Chapters across both titles and Roxas' Diary in the former title are fully available for viewing from the start. The free update scene for Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is also present, for those wondering. Curiously though, the Characters section of Kingdom Hearts Re: coded is unlocked and naturally updated from viewing the cinematics, which is a bizarre choice when accompanied by everything else being initially unlocked. Lastly, it seems that it is not possible to alter the voice acting of any of these games to Japanese despite that being an advertised feature. While one can alter the game's language entirely from the Epic Game Store settings menu, that also changes the language of the text itself, and it also seemingly doesn't alter the dubbed language for some players. This is by far one of the oddest exclusions, erroneous or not since this feature is listed on the store page of the title. Of the 4 Kingdom Hearts PC releases, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX is certainly one of the most worthwhile purchases a customer can make. While some technical issues need sorting out, the ports are all relatively reliable and consistent in performance. The added PC optimizations and several other features make these arguably the definitive way to experience these titles, doubly so once their issues get ironed out. Orpheus Joshua There is not much to say regarding Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue. This collection contains the least bang for your buck as it only includes Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD, Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep ~A fragmentary passage~ and Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Back Cover. Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD and the other titles in this collection have the same PC optimization options that Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX had, and its performance is smooth and up to snuff. If you want more details on what is included, read our section on the prior collection above, but expect the same general level of quality and performance that the former titles have. Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep ~A fragmentary passage~ is a graphical step up from the past titles and requires a beefier set up to run comfortably. Oddly enough, though, its optimization options for display are identical to the prior titles. This is a bit strange given the higher tier of graphical fidelity this title offers, so one would expect more options, perhaps akin to what Kingdom Hearts III's PC port provides. Regardless, however, this title runs beautifully. This is a far cry from the stuttery performance back on PlayStation 4, and it does this title more than enough justice. I have a relatively modest PC, and this title ran smoothly with little to no slowdown whatsoever. I did not experience crashes or any noticeable bugs during my experiences in either of these 2 titles, and I have not seen any reports of this occurring with other players. Still, best to be cautious and save whenever possible. Lastly, as for Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Back Cover, there is literally nothing unique or noteworthy to comment on. While it likely does look better compared to its console counterparts, the experience is still the same. Additionally, just like Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX, there is no option to change to Japanese audio for any of these titles. This is an advertised feature listed on the store page, so its exclusion is incredibly bizarre. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is arguably the package with the least incentive to purchase, even with the PC enhancements. Aside from the noticeable performance upgrades for Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep ~A fragmentary passage~, there is little reason to buy this collection, especially given its unnecessarily high price tag. One should wait for a considerable sale before potentially picking up this product. WakelessDream Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC has finally arrived on PC alongside the rest of the Kingdom Hearts series through the Epic Games Store. The port offers many of the same features present in the PC ports of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, and Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory with an added graphics settings menu. The PC specific settings menu allows for adjustments to be made to the game's languages, display settings, graphics, sounds, and gamepad and keyboard customizations. The game supports both Japanese and English voices/audio and allows for the player to also choose between eight different languages for the text, including but not limited to Japanese and English. As with the other HD collections now available for PC, Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC also offers options to adjust the frame rates between 30, 60, 120, and Unlocked, preset graphic settings ranging from Low to Max or Custom, colorblind filters, and a range of sound settings for adjusting volume, background music, sound effects, and voices. Additionally, the game supports PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch Pro, and Keyboard controls. I started my playthrough using keyboard and mouse controls but found it awkward to lock on to enemies. As someone who has played most of the series on the PlayStation 4, I found myself gravitating back to using my PlayStation 4 controller quickly. Needless to say, however, the game provides for a wide assortment of customizations to accommodate a variety of player preferences and play styles. Two notable perks players will receive for purchasing the Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC through the Epic Games Store are a three-month subscription to Disney+(for select countries only) and the exclusive Elemental Encoder Keyblade. Perhaps the more curious of the two is the Elemental Encoder Keyblade, which is similar in appearance to King Mickey's Star Cluster Keyblade, with a metallic silver and black palette swap. The Keyblade allows for a form change that is a variation of Sora's Second Form, "Second Form E." Additionally, it comes with two abilities, Lucky Strike and Magic Roulette. Because this Keyblade is available from the get-go, I found it coming in handy personally for early on in the game. Specifically, after filling up the command gauges, Magic Roulette grants the player the ability to cast a random Grand Magic spell which is a more powerful tier of magic you normally wouldn't receive until progressing later into the game. Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC is very well optimized for PC. As with Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep ~A Fragmentary Passage~, the better your setup, the better you'll be able to enjoy the game at its full potential. I was pleasantly surprised to see how seamlessly movement was both in cutscenes and gameplay. Magic spells and Attraction Flows glow with color, environments look more vibrant, shadows, reflections and textures appear more prominent. Upon its initial release on console, the game was already visually stunning. Small enhancements such as the lighting and level of overall detail on the PC port go a long way to making this stunning game look even more spectacular. For the most part, the game runs very smoothly, and much to my delight I was having a difficult time finding topics to complain about. I did however encounter a noticeable drop in the frame rate during the final battle against all three Titans, but it was nothing super disruptive. Perhaps this is just due to the scale of that particular boss battle. Fortunately, I did not experience any of the random crashes reported in the other titles' PC ports. However, it is worth noting that there are reports from the community regarding a bug pertaining to receiving the Proof of Times Past, which then prevents players from obtaining the Oblivion Keyblade. I have not reached this point in my playthrough, so I have yet to confirm it myself. Hopefully such issues will be addressed in future updates. Whether you're someone trying Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC for the first time or a fan of the series wanting to experience the title on PC, Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC is sure to provide players with a smooth, crisp, and clean experience. Orpheus Joshua Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory includes a noticeable amount of options not present in its initial release. There is an option for Japanese audio, just like Kingdom Hearts III. Options for resolution, frame rate, and anti-aliasing are also present alongside some more unexpected features such as movie opacity alteration and staff transparency for the tracks. There are notable problems with this port, however. Firstly, the online mode functionality is still as barebones as it was on consoles and still does not allow private matches between players online. For those who were desiring this mode to be fixed for this release, I sympathize greatly. Additionally, perhaps the most grievous of any of the issues present in all of the PC ports thus far is that both the Dualsense and Nintendo Switch Pro controllers do not work with this port. I am personally unsure if Xbox controllers work, but having 2 modern controllers not currently compatible is already a massive detriment. The only control methodology that worked in my experience, aside from the keyboard, was the Dualshock 4. This is a vital problem that will hopefully be patched as soon as possible. The port functions well aside from those critical faults, thankfully. For those who have not experienced Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory yet, though, or desired a platform where you could use whatever controller you desired, you are certainly better off waiting for a patch and a sale, as the title's base price is quite steep. At the end of the day, the two purchases Wakeless and I recommend any fan making are of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC. While this collection has crashing concerns, and the latter has some glitches of its own, their issues are relatively minor in the grand scope of enjoyability. As long as one frequently saves, their experiences should not be hindered too greatly. Additionally, the port of Kingdom Hearts III + Re Mind DLC is fantastic, and is by leaps and bounds the definitive medium to play through this title for any whose PC can optimally run it. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX has the most bang for your buck, as it contains a considerable amount of content for a worthwhile price. However, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is difficult to justify a purchase of due to its unnecessarily high price tag, and Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory has its slew of controller related issues and untouched online implementation. We only advise purchasing these two titles if they are on sale, if Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory's controller related faults get patched if it actively affects your playstyle, or if one has not yet experienced their contents at all. Orpheus Joshua's Specs: Processor: Intel Core i5-9400F CPU @2.90GHz Graphics Card: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1660 Installed Ram: 8.00 GB WakelessDream's Specs: Processor: 3.8GHz 12-core AMD Ryzen 3900x Graphics Card: 24GB NVIDIA Titan RTX Installed Ram: 64GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3600MHz
  6. Classic FM have begun revealing their annual Hall of Fame list this weekend. Kingdom Hearts composer Yoko Shimomura has made another appearance on the list for Kingdom Hearts, finishing this year at 86th with Kingdom Hearts III Dearly Beloved. A description of Yoko from the Hall of Fame list can be read below. This marks the 6th year that Yoko has made an appearance on the Classic FM Hall of Fame and her third highest placing during her tenure, only behind 2015 where she placed 30th while and 2016 she placed 31st. In 2017, she finished 119th and in 2018 she finished 188th. After being excluded in 2019, Yoko reemerged at the 245th position on the 2020 list. In addition to the Kingdom Hearts series, Yoko worked on the soundtrack for Final Fantasy XV, which also made the list this year for the first time at no 217. This is the first year that Yoko has been on the Classic FM Hall of Fame top 300 list with multiple entries. Other musical compositions that have been showcased in the Kingdom Hearts series have also made it into the top 300 list for Hall of Fame 2021, including the following: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl" ranked at no. 282 "A Night on the Bare Mountain" ranked at no. 153 "Final Fantasy Series (including One-Winged Angel)" ranked at no. 120 Congratulations to Yoko Shimomura and her success in making Classic FM's Hall of Fame list for the 6th time! View full article
  7. Classic FM have begun revealing their annual Hall of Fame list this weekend. Kingdom Hearts composer Yoko Shimomura has made another appearance on the list for Kingdom Hearts, finishing this year at 86th with Kingdom Hearts III Dearly Beloved. A description of Yoko from the Hall of Fame list can be read below. This marks the 6th year that Yoko has made an appearance on the Classic FM Hall of Fame and her third highest placing during her tenure, only behind 2015 where she placed 30th while and 2016 she placed 31st. In 2017, she finished 119th and in 2018 she finished 188th. After being excluded in 2019, Yoko reemerged at the 245th position on the 2020 list. In addition to the Kingdom Hearts series, Yoko worked on the soundtrack for Final Fantasy XV, which also made the list this year for the first time at no 217. This is the first year that Yoko has been on the Classic FM Hall of Fame top 300 list with multiple entries. Other musical compositions that have been showcased in the Kingdom Hearts series have also made it into the top 300 list for Hall of Fame 2021, including the following: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl" ranked at no. 282 "A Night on the Bare Mountain" ranked at no. 153 "Final Fantasy Series (including One-Winged Angel)" ranked at no. 120 Congratulations to Yoko Shimomura and her success in making Classic FM's Hall of Fame list for the 6th time!
  8. Chapter 16 for the Kingdom Hearts III manga is now available in English from Yen Press. Follow the Connection can be bought as a digital download from Amazon, Book Walker, ComiXology, Google Play, iBooks, and Kobo. The issue's price varies from $1.99 for the United States to $2.99 in Canada. Chapter 16 was released in Japanese on Gangan Online back on March 11th. Chapter 17 is planned to release on Gangan Online on April 8th. You can also check out the articles for the previous chapters by clicking on the links below! Chapter 0 Prologue Japanese English Chapter 1 The New Departure Japanese English Chapter 2 Olympus Coliseum Part 1 Japanese English Chapter 3 Olympus Coliseum Part 2 Japanese English Chapter 4 Olympus Coliseum Part 3 Japanese English Chapter 5 Olympus Coliseum Part 4 Japanese English Chapter 6 Olympus Coliseum Part 5 Japanese English Chapter 7 Olympus Coliseum Part 6 Japanese English Chapter 8 Olympus Coliseum Part 7 Japanese English Chapter 9 The Dark World Japanese English Chapter 10 Unbreakable Connection Japanese English Chapter 11 The Self inside the Mirror Japanese English Chapter 12 Reunion Japanese English Chapter 13 Warmth Japanese English Chapter 14 Destiny Island Japanese English Chapter 15 Remaining Light Japanese English Chapter 16 Tracing the Bond Japanese In addition, Volume 2 of the manga is set to release on June 11th in Japan. View full article
  9. Chapter 16 for the Kingdom Hearts III manga is now available in English from Yen Press. Follow the Connection can be bought as a digital download from Amazon, Book Walker, ComiXology, Google Play, iBooks, and Kobo. The issue's price varies from $1.99 for the United States to $2.99 in Canada. Chapter 16 was released in Japanese on Gangan Online back on March 11th. Chapter 17 is planned to release on Gangan Online on April 8th. You can also check out the articles for the previous chapters by clicking on the links below! Chapter 0 Prologue Japanese English Chapter 1 The New Departure Japanese English Chapter 2 Olympus Coliseum Part 1 Japanese English Chapter 3 Olympus Coliseum Part 2 Japanese English Chapter 4 Olympus Coliseum Part 3 Japanese English Chapter 5 Olympus Coliseum Part 4 Japanese English Chapter 6 Olympus Coliseum Part 5 Japanese English Chapter 7 Olympus Coliseum Part 6 Japanese English Chapter 8 Olympus Coliseum Part 7 Japanese English Chapter 9 The Dark World Japanese English Chapter 10 Unbreakable Connection Japanese English Chapter 11 The Self inside the Mirror Japanese English Chapter 12 Reunion Japanese English Chapter 13 Warmth Japanese English Chapter 14 Destiny Island Japanese English Chapter 15 Remaining Light Japanese English Chapter 16 Tracing the Bond Japanese In addition, Volume 2 of the manga is set to release on June 11th in Japan.
  10. Disney Games Japan has recently unveiled new pieces of Kingdom Hearts III themed merchandise, including two new Clear Files and Sora and Riku Acrylic Keychains. All items are available for pre-order on Aitai Kuji, AmiAmi, and Crux Online Store. You can view these items and their pre-order links below Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Sora - Aitai Kuji - (¥610 approx $5.83 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Sora - AmiAmi - (¥610 approx $5.83 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Sora - Crux Online Store - (¥770 approx $7.70 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Riku - Aitai Kuji - (¥610 approx $5.83 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Riku - AmiAmi - (¥610 approx $5.83 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Riku - Crux Online Store - (¥770 approx $7.70 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Group - Aitai Kuji - (¥350, approx. $3.34 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Group - AmiAmi - (¥350 approx. $3.34 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Group - Crux Online Store - (¥440 approx $4.17 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Sora - Aitai Kuji - (¥350, approx. $3.34 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Sora - AmiAmi- (¥350 approx. $3.34 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Sora- Crux Online Store - (¥440 approx $4.17 USD) All items are set to release in March 2021. Will you be adding any of these items to your collection? Let us know in the comments below!
  11. Disney Games Japan has recently unveiled new pieces of Kingdom Hearts III themed merchandise, including two new Clear Files and Sora and Riku Acrylic Keychains. All items are available for pre-order on Aitai Kuji, AmiAmi, and Crux Online Store. You can view these items and their pre-order links below Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Sora - Aitai Kuji - (¥610 approx $5.83 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Sora - AmiAmi - (¥610 approx $5.83 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Sora - Crux Online Store - (¥770 approx $7.70 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Riku - Aitai Kuji - (¥610 approx $5.83 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Riku - AmiAmi - (¥610 approx $5.83 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Acrylic Keychain Riku - Crux Online Store - (¥770 approx $7.70 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Group - Aitai Kuji - (¥350, approx. $3.34 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Group - AmiAmi - (¥350 approx. $3.34 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Group - Crux Online Store - (¥440 approx $4.17 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Sora - Aitai Kuji - (¥350, approx. $3.34 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Sora - AmiAmi- (¥350 approx. $3.34 USD) Kingdom Hearts III Clear File Sora- Crux Online Store - (¥440 approx $4.17 USD) All items are set to release in March 2021. Will you be adding any of these items to your collection? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  12. Nendoroids of both Kingdom Hearts III Sora and Kingdom Hearts III Riku are available to pre-order from Good Smile Company! Both of these Nendoroids are releasing on July 2021, and are priced at ¥6,200 ($59.88). The Riku Nendoroid includes the Braveheart Keyblade and a clear plate featuring King Mickey. The Sora Nendorid includes the Kingdom Key, Crystal Snow, Wheel of Fate and Favorite Deputy Keyblades. You can view the Kingdom Hearts III Sora Nendoroid via our gallery below: You can view the Kingdom Hearts III Riku Nendoroid via our galley below: Additionally, Good Smile Company also states that more Kingdom Hearts III Nendoroids are in the works and will be announced soon! In July of last year, there was footage of Good Smile Company working on what looked like a Kingdom Hearts III Sora Nendoroid, and this final product fits the bill. Are you intending on purchasing either, or both of these Nendoroids to add to your Kingdom Hearts collection? Let us know in the comments below! UPDATE: (2/15/2021) Both the Kingdom Hearts III Sora Nendoroid and Riku Nendoroid are available for pre-order from Amazon for $99.99. Additionally, both are scheduled for an October 27th, 2021 release.
  13. Good Smile Company has revealed a number of upcoming Kingdom Hearts III Nendoroids, those specifically being Kairi, Aqua, Axel and Roxas! Roxas has a finalized design but is still in production, while Axel, Kairi and Aqua are all confirmed but don't have finalized designs yet. Roxas is currently slated for an October 2021 release, while Axel, Kairi and Aqua have no set release dates at the moment. The Kingdom Hearts III Sora and Riku Nendoroids are currently available for pre-order. You can view the design of the Roxas Nendoroid below: You can view the conceptual art depicting the other upcoming Nendoroids below: Are you thrilled for all of these upcoming Nendoroids? Which one of them will you be purchasing first? Let us know in the comments below!
  14. Good Smile Company has revealed a number of upcoming Kingdom Hearts III Nendoroids, those specifically being Kairi, Aqua, Axel and Roxas! Roxas has a finalized design but is still in production, while Axel, Kairi and Aqua are all confirmed but don't have finalized designs yet. Roxas is currently slated for an October 2021 release, while Axel, Kairi and Aqua have no set release dates at the moment. The Kingdom Hearts III Sora and Riku Nendoroids are currently available for pre-order. You can view the design of the Roxas Nendoroid below: You can view the conceptual art depicting the other upcoming Nendoroids below: Are you thrilled for all of these upcoming Nendoroids? Which one of them will you be purchasing first? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  15. Do you think we might see other Pixar villains/antagonists in possible future games in the Kingdom Hearts series, besides only just Randall from Monstropolis in Kingdom Hearts III? Well that's the question, Pixar has had several different villains/antagonists from their 23 films so far, but it will depend on Square Enix and especially the crew/team at Pixar on what role the antagonists from the Pixar films will play in the original story exclusive to KH, and whether or not that specific Pixar antagonist would fit within the original story or simply not add them in at all. When compared to the Disney villains (e.g. Maleficent, Pete, Hades, Jafar, Oogie Boogie, Ursula, Scar, etc.) and the original Kingdom Hearts villains (e.g. Xehanort, Ansem Seeker of Darkness, Xemnas, Vanitas, Braig/Xigbar/Luxu, Organization XIII), the Pixar Villains aren't really threatening and they don't pose the same level of malevolence as other villains they can utilize. On top of that, Pixar isn't known for their villains in the first place, as the main conflict in each film is the protagonist's internal/external struggles they face in the film (e.g. Woody's jealousy of Buzz Lightyear in the first Toy Story, Marlin's external struggles on finding his son Nemo, Joy's intrapersonal conflict on not allowing Sadness to touch the Memory orbs, Merida wanting to be independent, etc.) with the antagonists only serving as a foil (e.g. Chef Skinner) or an obstacle (e.g. Terry) to the protagonist. Of course, Pixar does have its well-known villains such as Sid, Hopper, Stinky Pete, Randall, Syndrome, Lotso, and recently Ernesto de la Cruz, but at the end of the day, it really doesn't matter in that front for inclusions or not, I know people really wanted Zurg for Toy Box, but sadly he wasn't represented because he's just a minor character in Toy Story 2. In Randall's case for Monstropolis in Kingdom Hearts III, he was just brought back by Vanitas as a "pawn" so he can collect Negative emotions (Screams) for the Unversed and for Vanitas. Plus, he was just "there" to be kind of antagonizing the situation to Sora and the gang, which would likely explain Pixar being very restrictive on Monstropolis and why we never got to fight Randall as a boss (let alone a mid-boss) in Kingdom Hearts III, which I'm not surprised so I don't blame Pixar's decision on not allowing us to battle him as a boss when compared to Nomura and his team's decision on not making CLU and Gaston bosses in Dream Drop Distance and X respectively. Regarding Ernesto De la Cruz for a potential Coco world, depending if Nomura and his team would retell the events of the movie or have it be an original story (a sequel or a prequel to the film) at Pixar's request, if they have the plot of the world be a prequel to the film it wouldn't make sense for Sora, Riku and/or Kairi (whoever is going to visit the world) to encounter him and know about his true nature that he murdered Héctor and stole his music and songs (cause that goes to Miguel who figures it out himself once he finds out about Ernesto's true nature in the Land of the Dead in the original movie) or literally have him go the same route like what Randall went to in Kingdom Hearts III where he's just antagonizing the situation, although to be honest, I feel Ernesto wouldn't be much of a boss as he literally isn't much of a fighter when compared to Randall. I think the likely route for Ernesto is have the Coco world be a prequel to the film and have him be just indirectly mentioned, or have a small cameo in one to two scenes in the world, cause he does a Sunrise Spectacular at the end of Dia de Los Muertos, but only to have his concert be briefly interrupted by a Giant Nightmare Dream Eater or a Heartless. For The Incredibles, just like with San Fransokyo (Big Hero 6), given that they have the superhero aspect they can put any random threat in the world (e.g. Underminer, Heartless, the OC Villain (Xigbar/Luxu, MoM, one of the Foretellers), etc.), since its most likely going to take place after the events of the 2nd film given that Evelyn Deavor was arrested. Speaking of which, I also wouldn't get my hopes up on battling Syndrome due to his demise in the first film which will disappoint certain players that wanted to battle him in the Kingdom Hearts series only to have their hopes crushed he's not in the game, so that's that, even the same can be said for Hopper (A Bug's Life) due to his demise from his own film. As for Terry from Pixar's Soul, when compared to the other Pixar antagonists, she's more of an "obstacle" than a full fledged villain as her job is counting the number of souls that enter the Great Beyond and dislikes whenever the "count is off" or a soul is missing, so more than likely if we wound up getting a world based on the film she's going to give pursuit to Sora and the gang and be an obstacle much like how she tried to find the soul of Joe Gardner in the film, instead of having her as an actual boss or go through what Randall went through in KH3. Personally, I'm okay with having more original KH centric stories for the Pixar worlds, but if they do have the Pixar villain/antagonist appear and be involved in the original story, I don't want Pixar to continuously be very restrictive like what they did with Randall in the Monster's Inc. world back in KH3. But what do you guys think do you want some Pixar antagonists in a future KH game or just only leave Randall as the ONLY Pixar Villain/antagonist in the series?
  16. Nendoroids of both Kingdom Hearts III Sora and Kingdom Hearts III Riku are available to pre-order from Good Smile Company! Both of these Nendoroids are releasing on July 2021, and are priced at ¥6,200 ($59.88). The Riku Nendoroid includes the Braveheart Keyblade and a clear plate featuring King Mickey. The Sora Nendorid includes the Kingdom Key, Crystal Snow, Wheel of Fate and Favorite Deputy Keyblades. You can view the Kingdom Hearts III Sora Nendoroid via our gallery below: You can view the Kingdom Hearts III Riku Nendoroid via our galley below: Additionally, Good Smile Company also states that more Kingdom Hearts III Nendoroids are in the works and will be announced soon! In July of last year, there was footage of Good Smile Company working on what looked like a Kingdom Hearts III Sora Nendoroid, and this final product fits the bill. Are you intending on purchasing either, or both of these Nendoroids to add to your Kingdom Hearts collection? Let us know in the comments below! UPDATE: (2/15/2021) Both the Kingdom Hearts III Sora Nendoroid and Riku Nendoroid are available for pre-order from Amazon for $99.99. Additionally, both are scheduled for an October 27th, 2021 release. View full article
  17. What is your least favorite thing in KHIII and/or Re:Mind? It can be anything, gameplay, story, anything. My least favorite thing is.... Those very unecessary gestures that the characters make. Like in the scene where the Guardians of Light reunite at the Mysterious Tower, and Riku just makes an awkward gesture when apologizing to Aqua... that was the cringiest scene in KH history. And also, it's extremely awkward how Yen Sid is just sitting there and the characters talking to each other one by one. It would make sense if the scenery was out in the open or something, but why in Yen Sid's tower??!! Another example, in KHIII, when Ven asks Mickey, "What hope?" he makes a hand gesture. Like, you wouldn't do that in real life! There were numerous moments where they did that. And it even happens in KHMoM!!! Anyway, those gestures just make everything awkward.
  18. Square Enix has revealed that the Kingdom Hearts III Original Soundtrack will release worldwide on November 11th, 2020. The physical version will be available for ¥13,200 (approximately $134 USD), and is currently only available for pre-order in Japan, while the digital version will release globally on November 11th, 2020. The soundtrack is set to include 8 discs containing over 160 pieces across the following games Kingdom Hearts III Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ and Kingdom Hearts Union χ [Cross] While the tracklist will be revealed at a later time you can currently pre-order the soundtrack from the Square Enix e-STORE, Tower Records, Sony Music Shop, Yodobashi.com, Rakuten Books, Amazon Japan, and HMV&BOOKSonline. Additionally in mid September a campaign will be held where fans can enter a lottery to receive an autographed colored paper signed by series composers Yoko Shimomura, Takeharu Ishimoto, and Tsuyoshi Sekito. The Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack was previously announced back in June during the Kingdom Hearts 2020 trailer. Will you be purchasing the Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  19. Square Enix has revealed that the Kingdom Hearts III Original Soundtrack will release worldwide on November 11th, 2020. The physical version will be available for ¥13,200 (approximately $134 USD), and is currently only available for pre-order in Japan, while the digital version will release globally on November 11th, 2020. The soundtrack is set to include 8 discs containing over 160 pieces across the following games Kingdom Hearts III Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ and Kingdom Hearts Union χ [Cross] While the tracklist will be revealed at a later time you can currently pre-order the soundtrack from the Square Enix e-STORE, Tower Records, Sony Music Shop, Yodobashi.com, Rakuten Books, Amazon Japan, and HMV&BOOKSonline. Additionally in mid September a campaign will be held where fans can enter a lottery to receive an autographed colored paper signed by series composers Yoko Shimomura, Takeharu Ishimoto, and Tsuyoshi Sekito. The Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack was previously announced back in June during the Kingdom Hearts 2020 trailer. Will you be purchasing the Kingdom Hearts III soundtrack? Let us know in the comments below!
  20. Chapter 9 for the Kingdom Hearts III manga is now available in English from Yen Press. World of Darkness can be bought as a digital download from Amazon, Book Walker, ComiXology, Google Play, iBooks, and Kobo. The issue's price varies from $1.99 for the United States to $2.99 in Canada. Chapter 9 was released in Japanese on Gangan Online back on April 16th. Chapter 10 is planned to release on Gangan Online in early June. You can also check out the articles for the previous chapters by clicking on the links below! Chapter 0 Prologue (Japanese) Chapter 0 Prologue (English) Chapter 1 A New Journey (Japanese) Chapter 1 A New Journey (English) Chapter 2 Olympus Coliseum [1] (Japanese) Chapter 2 Olympus Coliseum [1] (English) Chapter 3 Olympus Coliseum [2] (Japanese) Chapter 3 Olympus Coliseum [2] (English) Chapter 4 Olympus Coliseum [3] (Japanese) Chapter 4 Olympus Coliseum [3] (English) Chapter 5 Olympus Coliseum [4] (Japanese) Chapter 5 Olympus Coliseum [4] (English) Chapter 6 Olympus Coliseum [5[ (Japanese) Chapter 6 Olympus Coliseum [5[ (English) Chapter 7 Olympus Coliseum [6] (Japanese) Chapter 7 Olympus Coliseum [6[ (English) Chapter 8 Olympus Coliseum [7] (Japanese) Chapter 8 Olympus Coliseum [7[ (English) Chapter 9 World of Darkness [1] (Japanese) View full article
  21. SuperGroupies has announced a new line of Kingdom Hearts III-inspired shoes based on Sora, Riku, Kairi, Roxas, and Axel. The shoes range from ¥16,800 to ¥18,800 (about $160-$180). The pre-order period runs until September 12th at 12:00 AM Japan Time and will be limited. Aitai Kuji has started accepting pre-orders for all 5 shoes. We have updated our gallery with promotional picture of each item. You can check them out below. Which one(s) would you want for your collection? Let us know in the comments below!
  22. SuperGroupies has announced a new line of Kingdom Hearts III-inspired shoes based on Sora, Riku, Kairi, Roxas, and Axel. The shoes range from ¥16,800 to ¥18,800 (about $160-$180). The pre-order period runs until September 12th at 12:00 AM Japan Time and will be limited. Aitai Kuji has started accepting pre-orders for all 5 shoes. We have updated our gallery with promotional picture of each item. You can check them out below. Which one(s) would you want for your collection? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
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