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  1. PlayStation 4 kiosks at many stores have been featuring a shortened version of the D23 Monsters, Inc. trailer to promote Kingdom Hearts III! Twitter user aestheticriku spotted it at a Walmart kiosk. We have also spotted this promo at other stores, including Target in the past year. In the menu, select Kingdom Hearts III and it will play the trailer. Follow KH13 on social media for the latest news and information on Kingdom Hearts III! Twitter ❤️ Facebook ❤️ Youtube ❤️ Discord View full article
  2. PlayStation 4 kiosks at many stores have been featuring a shortened version of the D23 Monsters, Inc. trailer to promote Kingdom Hearts III! Twitter user aestheticriku spotted it at a Walmart kiosk. We have also spotted this promo at other stores, including Target in the past year. In the menu, select Kingdom Hearts III and it will play the trailer. Follow KH13 on social media for the latest news and information on Kingdom Hearts III! Twitter ❤️ Facebook ❤️ Youtube ❤️ Discord
  3. The new Sora art is so pretty!
  4. You know the drill folks. Gimme all your hopes and prayers for whichever remaster you would like!
  5. What type of game would you wanna make in Dreams (PS4)?
  6. I felt the need to put a thread here, since there's a TON of misinformation a lot of fans seem to think is fact, even though there's no actual proof for most of it. Now, my proof for everything comes from 2 articles from IGN from E3 this year & D23 last year where they interviewed Tetsuya Nomura himself on the matter of porting the games to Xbox One & Switch. I will cite my sources at the end of this text wall. Ok, now for the arguments & the counter-arguments. 1. "Xbox doesn't sell well in Japan." True, but if they didn't see any use in porting it to the system, then they wouldn't be porting III to it. 2. "They've never ported games to the system." This one confuses the hell outta me. Thanks to ITzDarthLordRaven for making me aware that this was even a think. Ok, first of all, Square has ported games to the Xbox before. The Final Fantasy series has had games on that system since FFXI, with the XIII series following & XV coming out just 2 years ago on it. There are also other games they've published to the system. They're also porting III to the system. They're well-versed in how to develop for the system. 3. "They don't pay attention to the KH community or anyone who want it on the Xbox." This is insanity on the face of it for one reason. Square has been listening to fans for the last few years. If they didn't, they wouldn't have made Re:Coded's cutscene movie on 2.5 better than 358/2 with the storytelling, they wouldn't have ported 1.5 & 2.5 to PS4 & subsequently patched most of the problems the 60fps patch caused afterwards, & they wouldn't be listening to the KH YouTubers' thoughts on the initial demo to improve the game. They listen, give them some credit here. 4. "They're waiting to see how III does in terms of sales numbers." This might be true, but there's a sizable number of people that are going to get the game on Xbox. Either people who're just trying the series for the first time, or are returning to the series after having played the original PS2 releases of the first 2 main games that now game on Xbox. 5. "It'd cost them a lot of money to do it." No it wouldn't. The games are already upscaled to 1080p & are put at 60fps. All they have to do is have a small group of programmers change some lines of code & optimize it for the Xbox One, which would only cost them for their time to pay them. Porting the games have already paid off on the PS4 versions alone. Around 25 million copies of 1.5, 2.5, & 2.8 don't lie. 6. "PlayStation has an exclusivity contract." No. No they don't. I've also read a person saying they heard Sony holds the distribution rights to the games. No they don't. The series is owned by DISNEY, one of Sony's direct competitors. Square is the main developer of the series. Since Disney isn't a video game/console company (yet), nor do they own any game companies (yet), this is their setup. Sony has only let them publish the games to their consoles. Nothing more, nothing less. For reference, Nomura has explicitly stated that it's possible to bring them to the Xbox. They're just waiting for III to be done with development first, as well as talk to Microsoft. So, it's only a matter of time, coupled with the Final Fantasy ports coming to Xbox, Switch, PC, & PS4. Sources: http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/07/16/kingdom-hearts-3-director-switch-version-maybe-possible-after-xbox-one-ps4-versions-are-released http://www.ign.com/articles/2018/06/13/e3-2018-kingdom-hearts-3-director-on-potential-for-dlc-15-25-collection-coming-to-xbox-one If there are any other arguments, please let me know.
  7. Ah, another lazy afternoon. But I thought my summer vacation was...over?
  8. I created a post on the KH Reddit and thought I'd repost it here if anyone was still confused about all the options they have to purchase the game. I think it's at a stage where I've covered everything we know, but feel free to reply on any mistakes or new details I haven't caught on yet, and I'll change this first post. NORTH AMERICA & EUROPE | releasing 2019.01.29 Physical Versions: Standard Game | available at most game retailers | Gamestop (US Only) (Preorder bonus: Exclusive Fabric Poster) Deluxe Edition (Image) | available at most game retailers | Gamestop (US Only) (Preorder bonus: Exclusive Fabric Poster) Deluxe Edition + Bring Arts figures bundle | SE Store Exclusive North America + Europe Limited Edition PS4 Pro (contents are TBD; unconfirmed to include either 1.5+2.5+2.8+3 or just KH3) | Stores TBD Digital Versions: Standard Game | PSN with preorder bonus (KH3 Impossible Odds Dynamic Theme) + Star Seeker Variant Keyblade) Standard Game | Xbox Games Store with preorder bonus ("Download Content": unconfirmed what is included) All-In-One Package | PSN with preorder bonus (KH3 Impossible Odds Dynamic Theme + PS4 Custom Keyblade for KH3) NOTE for PSN: Unclear whether the "PS4 Custom Keyblade for KH3" is the same as the "Star Seeker Variant Keyblade"; also unclear whether the "Star Seeker Variant Keyblade" is the same as the Japanese PS4 Weapon DLC for Keyblade. NOTE for Xbox Games Store: "Download Content" is most likely to include a Keyblade DLC exclusive to Xbox but has yet to be officially confirmed. JAPAN | releasing 2019.01.25 (See JP KH3 Official Site Product Page for a more visual breakdown) Physical Versions: (NOTE: In Japan, there are no physical versions for Xbox One) Seven Net Shopping | LINK Preorder bonus comes with the 3 editions below: Exclusive Keyblade (Digital Code) + Kingdom Hearts III Rubber Strap Sora Standard Game Standard Game + Figures Set Limited Edition PS4 Pro (includes KH3 on disc + Original PS4 theme (PS4 Pro version) + Weapon DLC for Keyblade) Amazon Japan | LINK Preorder bonus: Original PS4 theme (Amazon version) Standard Game: can choose to purchase with or without preorder bonus Limited Edition PS4 Pro (includes KH3 on disc + Original PS4 theme (PS4 Pro version) + Weapon DLC for Keyblade): can choose to purchase with or without preorder bonus JP Square Enix e-STORE | LINK Preorder bonus comes with all editions EXCEPT All-In-One Package: Original Steelbook Case Standard Game Standard Game + Figures Set All-In-One Package (e-STORE Exclusive): DOES NOT have preorder bonus Limited Edition PS4 Pro (includes KH3 on disc + Original PS4 theme (PS4 Pro version) + Weapon DLC for Keyblade) Other Japan stores will carry the Standard Game, most likely with no preorder bonus. Digital Versions: PSN Standard Game | preorder bonus: Weapon DLC for Keyblade (PS4 version) All-In-One Package | preorder bonus: Weapon DLC for Keyblade (PS4 version) + Original PS4 Theme (KH3 Impossible Odds Dynamic Theme) Xbox Games Store Standard Game | preorder bonus: Weapon DLC for Keyblade (Xbox One version)
  9. A New Kingdom Hearts 3 Trailer is RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER!!! Big Hero 6 may FINALLY makes its grand appearance! Stay tuned for the Playstation Line-Up Tour on September 10, 2018. What do you think will be shown?
  10. Well, time to prepare and survive the pixelstorm of this fall
  11. Carsten Winkler Farsinsen

    KH rookie confused, please help!

    I recently bought the Kingdom Hearts bundle "Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX" for the PS4. The reason i did, was because i previously (years back) played some of Kingdom Hearts 2, and thought it was a fun game, and would now like to try the entire series. I just completed KH1, which was an awesome game, and i'm now trying to move on within the franchise. Below i listed the way I have been told to play the games/movies (im not gonna buy a nintendo ds to play 358/2 days & Re:coded): 1) Kingdom Hearts Final Mix HD 2) Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories HD 3) Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix HD 4) Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (movie) 5) Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix HD 6) Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (movie) 7) Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] Is this the correct way to go about it? If so, i am VERY confused, and have a couple of questions: 1. Since i just finished KH1, i shoud start playing RE:CoM right? But i heard I would get some bonus cards in that game, if I were to watch the 358/2 days movie first, how do i go about this? 2. As much as i enjoyed KH1 (and the mechanics of KH2 as well), i really struggle to understand the new mechanics of RE:CoM, do you have any tips to play this totally different game? Kind regards, Carsten.
  12. I’m wondering if they’ll do what they did with BBS 0.2 and make it 60 fps for people that have a PS4 Pro. I really hope they don’t but at the same time I hope they do. At the moment I can’t afford a Pro, but if I ever was able to it would be a nice addition. Do you guys think they’ll do it?
  13. All Kingdom Hearts titles (not including remakes and remasters) in chronological order: Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories Kingdom Hearts II Kingdom Hearts coded Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- Kingdom Hearts III All Kingdom Hearts titles (not including remakes and remasters) in release order: Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories Kingdom Hearts II Kingdom Hearts coded Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] Kingdom Hearts III Explanations: -Kingdom Hearts is a game for the PlayStation 2. -Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories is a game for the Game Boy Advance. -Kingdom Hearts II is a game for the PlayStation 2. -Kingdom Hearts coded is a Japanese-only game for the Docomo Prime Series-P-01A Panasonic mobile phone. -Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is a game for the Nintendo DS. -Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep is a game for the PlayStation Portable. -Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is a game for the Nintendo 3DS. -Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] was a Japanese-only game for the browser. -Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ was the name of an iOS and Android smartphone game before it got rebranded to "Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]." -Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- is a game included in the Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue HD collection for the PlayStation 4. -Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover is a movie included in the Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue HD collection for the PlayStation 4. -Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] is the name of an iOS and Android smartphone game. It used to be called "Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ." Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] is also the name of the "season two" of this game. -Kingdom Hearts III is the name of an upcoming game for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will be the end of the Dark Seeker Saga, which all other games listed here are a part of as well. All Kingdom Hearts titles (only including the most recent versions/remakes/remasters of each title) in chronological order: Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix Kingdom Hearts Final Mix Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix Kingdom Hearts Re:coded Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- Kingdom Hearts III All Kingdom Hearts titles (only including the most recent versions/remakes/remasters of each title) in release order: Kingdom Hearts Final Mix Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Kingdom Hearts Re:coded Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] Kingdom Hearts III Explanations: -Kingdom Hearts Final Mix is a version of Kingdom Hearts with new added content. It's for the PlayStation 2. -Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories is a remake of Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories for the PlayStation 2. -Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix is a version of Kingdom Hearts II with with new added content. It's for the PlayStation 2. -Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is a game for the Nintendo DS. -Kingdom Hearts Re:coded is a remake of Kingdom Hearts coded for the Nintendo DS. -Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix is a version of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep with new added content. It's for the PlayStation Portable. -Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] was a Japanese-only game for the browser. -Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ was the name of an iOS and Android smartphone game before it got rebranded to "Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]." -Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD is an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance that's included in the Kingdom Hearts II.8 Final Chapter Prologue HD collection for the PlayStation 4. -Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- is a game included in the Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue HD collection for the PlayStation 4. -Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover is a movie included in the Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue HD collection for the PlayStation 4. -Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] is the name of an iOS and Android game. It used to be called "Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ." Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] is also the name of the "season two" of this game. -Kingdom Hearts III is the name of an upcoming game for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will be the end of the Dark Seeker Saga, which all other games listed here are a part of as well. All collections of Kingdom Hearts titles: Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix + Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 ReMIX Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue Explanations: -Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix + is a collection of Kingdom Hearts titles that includes Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. It's for the PlayStation 2. -Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 ReMIX is a collection of Kingdom Hearts titles that includes an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, a movie made out of HD remastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories. It's for the PlayStation 3. -Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX is a collection of Kingdom Hearts titles that includes an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix, and a movie made out of HD remastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. It's for the PlayStation 3. -Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX is a collection of Kingdom Hearts titles that includes an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, a movie made out of HD remastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix, and a movie made out of HD remastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. It's for the PlayStation 4. -Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue is a collection of Kingdom Hearts titles that includes Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD, Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage-, and Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover. It's for the PlayStation 4. All collections of Kingdom Hearts title collections: Kingdom Hearts Starter Pack HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX Kingdom Hearts Collector's Pack HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX Explanations: -Kingdom Hearts Starter Pack HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX is a collection of Kingdom Hearts title collections that includes Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX. It's for the PlayStation 3. -Kingdom Hearts Collector's Pack HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX is a collection of Kingdom Hearts title collections that includes Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 ReMIX. It's for the PlayStation 3. The only difference between the Kingdom Hearts Collector's Pack HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX and the Kingdom Hearts Starter Pack HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX, is that the Kingdom Hearts Collector's Pack HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX comes with a blu-ray music disc of Kingdom Hearts tracks and an artwork booklet. How to experience the whole Kingdom Hearts series in its entirety and in the best possible way: -If you want to experience the whole Kingdom Hearts series in its entirety and in the best possible way, then you need to play all of the titles mentioned in the "All Kingdom Hearts titles (only including the most recent versions/remakes/remasters of each title)" sections. To get the best and most rewarding experience that doesn't spoil plot twists and revelations, then you need to play all of those titles in release order. Except play Kingdom Hearts Re:coded after Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix. If you've already played most of the games and want to go for a second round and want a new way of experiencing the series, then you would play all of those titles in chronological order. In order to get all of these titles in their best versions possible, then all you need to get are these titles: Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Kingdom Hearts Re:coded Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] Kingdom Hearts III Explanations: -Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX is a collection of Kingdom Hearts titles that includes an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, a movie made out of HD remastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, an HD remaster of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix, and a movie made out of HD remastered cutscenes from Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. It's for the PlayStation 4. -As it was just stated, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts Re:coded are included in Kingdom Hearts HD I.5 + II.5 ReMIX. But, they are only cutscene movies. To experience those titles in the best possible way, you need to play the original games on the Nintendo DS, as well as watch the cutscene movies. -Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue is a collection of Kingdom Hearts titles that includes Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD, Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage-, and Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover. It's for the PlayStation 4. -Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] was a Japanese-only browser game that is now discontinued. So, in order to experience this title, you can watch all of the story-related cutscenes translated to English in the YouTube playlist here. You can also watch a full English translated playthrough in the YouTube playlist here. -Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] is essentially a rebranding of Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ. You don't have to get Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ, because by getting Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross], you are getting Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ, since it's a part of the title. They renamed the app to "Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]" to help promote the "season two" of the game, which is titled "Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross]." -Kingdom Hearts III is the name of an upcoming game for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will be the end of the Dark Seeker Saga, which all other games listed here are a part of as well. Notes: -For those who might be confused, yes, Kingdom Hearts χ[chi], Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ, Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover, and Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] are all different titles. They are not remakes or remasters of each other. Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ is a sequel to Kingdom Hearts χ[chi]. Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] is a rebranding of Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ, as well as the name of the "season two" of the game. Kingdom Hearts χ Back Cover is a movie that tells some of the story of Kingdom Hearts χ[chi], but through the perspective of different characters. These things makes all of these separate Kingdom Hearts titles. -I only explained how you experience the Kingdom Hearts series in the it's fullest and the best possible way, which assumes that the person interested in doing so has a PlayStation 4, a Nintendo DS, an iOS or Android smartphone, and a way to watch YouTube videos. I did this because you simply can't experience the Kingdom Hearts series in it's fullest and the best possible way without these things. But, if you don't have a few of these things, then I made sure to provide enough information for the reader to be able to figure out what they're able to get in order to experience the Kingdom Hearts series in the best way that they're personally able to do. -For those wondering, I put Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- after Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distancechronologically because the majority of the game is technically a flashback. The parts that aren't a flashback take place after Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. -If any of this confuses you, I'll be happy to help and explain anything further in the comments. -Kingdom Hearts III might not be the 13th Kingdom Hearts game, but it's the 13th Kingdom Hearts title. Nice job Nomura. This makes me think that one of the sole reasons for rebranding Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ to Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] was to make this happen lol Non-canon spin-off Kingdom Hearts titles in release order: Kingdom Hearts V CAST Kingdom Hearts Mobile Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Magical Puzzle Clash Kingdom Hearts Re:coded Gummiship Studio Explanations: -Kingdom Hearts V CAST is a game for V Cast (Verizon Wireless's broadband service). -Kingdom Hearts Mobile is a game for Docomo Prime Series-P-01A cell phones. It was also available for browser. -Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Magical Puzzle Clash was a browser flash game. -Kingdom Hearts Re:coded Gummiship Studio was a browser flash game.
  14. Before I get into my question. As of last Monday, I finally got a PS4 Slim and three games, thanks to my brother. So I can wait patiently for Kingdom Hearts 3 with you guys. Final Fantasy XV is one of the games my brother has given me. And I have a question regarding the quests. Are the quests are optional? Before getting into Story related quests, can I go back to previous areas and do these quests?
  15. I've been meaning to play both games however since I'm unable to get both due to insufficient funds; I'm stuck in quiet a dilhemma. I'm going to pick up Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana (which I preordered months ago) this Friday however I've decided to get a secondary game with it on the side. I've never played a Metroid game before and I've always wanted to try one, but I also really like Final Fantasy games and have never played the 9th instalment before, if just came out recently. It's somewhat a tough call to make since as I said; they are both games I haven't played before and are willing to jump into. But I can only get one...
  16. Source (Note: this information was leaked early as the official announcement was scheduled for June 12. No confirmation if there will be further news at the upcoming E3 but there is a possibility) Confirmed characters so far (ala these screenshots): A brand new DragonBall game is in our midsts, ladies and gentleman, and it is not a sequel to the Xenoverse franchise. No instead, this is a 2.5D fighter accurately named "DragonBall FighterZ" developed by Arc Systems Works, the development team behind the successful Guilty Gear and BlazBlue franchises, scheduled for worldwide release in early 2018. Arc System Works has a bit of a history of DragonBall as they developed the SuperSonic Warriors series of games way back in the years of 2004 and 2005, and also had a hand in the game Extreme Butoden released for the 3DS in 2015. This will be one of the first DragonBall 2D fighters (as well as the first ever 2.5D game) released for current generation consoles since Dimps released "DragonBall Z: Infinite World", the last official entry to the Budokai series, in 2008. As far as information on the game is concerned: Now personally: ... well, let's be honest, you already know I'm hyped. I still haven't haven't gotten on the XV2 train yet, but other than that, I'm a fairly well-versed aficionado in DragonBall games, especially the fighting game franchises. This game in particular, however, still feels like it will feel like a dive into a brand new experience, not only because of the 2.5D and other aspects concerning graphics and gameplay listed above, but also because this harkens back to a more traditional fighter that is more commonly seen related to DragonBall in the old school Butoden series of games, as well as other notable examples such as Hyper Dimension and Super DragonBall Z. However, I am also confident that ASW will deliver on their ambitions on "ultra high speed battles" and "flashy special moves" to fit the DragonBall experience because frankly, that is the only way to go when making a DragonBall fighter. I remember way back when, I used to harp on the games made by Dimps for just being Street Fighter clones, and you know what, I don't know what the Hell I was on about because Dimps knew exactly how to take the standard fighting game format and "DragonBall" it up. From Budokai to Shin Budokai to Burst Limit, whether or not you like any of those entries at all, they hit hard, they were fast-paced, and they truly made you believe you were not just a fighter, but a fighter from the DragonBall universe capable of throwing around energy beams and disappearing in and out sight to perform crushing high-speed combos. They knew how to make a DragonBall game exciting in a way that is true to the series while also making a competent fighter, and that is what I believe ASW is capable of doing with this game and why I look forward to future news. So what about you? Are you excited for another DragonBall game? Are you glad that the series is receiving another traditional fighter? Do you think this game has potential to be name-checked in the same vein as Street Fighter V, Tekken 7, Injustice 2, Killer Instinct, etc.? Leave your comments below.
  17. Earlier today, Activision made a new blog post going over its E3 plans and what fans can expect. One of the games mentioned was Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and Activision left a message stating: "The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is available for preorder now, and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for a special Crash announcement during E3!" While this could simply be an announcement that the game will come to other platforms along with the PlayStation 4, it's possible that there might be another Crash game coming in the future. What do you all think it could be? Source
  18. A week ago I finally got the platinum tropy of KH1. Now I am trying to platinum my favorite kh game KH2. I already have beaten Xemnas on critical mode. After kh2 I am going to do KH bbs and as last Re chain of memories where i look up against too get platinum. In Kh re chain you need to grind Sora and Riku till max level and thats going too take awhile...(and is also boring ) Buuuut I am still going too do it. I like too hear from you all which achievement you look up against to get.
  19. Enzio Schneider

    Help me decide what to buy

    Naruto ultimate ninja storm 4 or Injustice 2? I'm going to buy new fighting game to spend my holiday, but i can't decide between those two. Which one has better gameplay mechanic? always been a big fan of both.. and i'm planing to play it with my brother
  20. The Lyrical Master

    KH 1.5 + 2.5 Gameshare

    I was wondering if anyone on here would be willing to gameshare Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5. In exchange I would be able to give them Kingdom Hesrts 2.8 or Xenoverse.
  21. Hi everyone, i was curious on if anybody who has played the JP version of the upcoming kh 1.5 + 2.5 collection for ps4 has any blocked scenes? i know 0.2 on the 2.8 collection was blocked after mickey, but i wanted to know because i am planning on recording a playthrough on all the games and just wanted to know ahead of time. i mainly stream from my ps4 but i do own an elgato 60hd so i could use that.
  22. "All the money I've spent on KH"-theme
  23. Hello, here it is, some fanmade covers from the Kingdom Hearts Series I've made. Edit : New background image of the 3 NS covers my nickname is PrinceSnake on reddit in reference of the Zero Escape Series.