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  1. At the PlayStation Lineup Tour last September, a surprise announcement for a free Kingdom Hearts VR interactive movie surprised everyone. The trailer showed off the player swinging their Keyblade at some shadows in familiar locations, however, this was not the case for what released. After being delayed twice, fans who own a PSVR were getting impatient. Currently, it is exclusive to the Japanese PlayStation store which makes it a bit difficult for most fans to experience. A worldwide version has been confirmed, but so far no current release date has been announced. Now the question rises, was it worth the wait? Once it's booted up, you're greeted with a title screen with two options: Start Collection Collection is currently unavailable and won't be until Spring, when the second part is expected to release. Start brings you to a new menu showing off a world selection screen. Since it's just a preview, only Gummi Ship and Destiny Islands were available, with a "coming soon" spot for Twilight Town. It was very weird seeing Twilight Town in the coming soon section, seeing how it was in the original trailer. It is however teased at the end of the Destiny Islands section! Gummi Ship Choosing the first option, you're immediately sent inside the Gummi ship during the cut scene titled "2.9 - The First Volume-" with the Mickey Mouse Club March playing in the background for the intro. You experience the cutscene in a first person perspective as Donald and Goofy talk to Sora inside the cockpit of the Gummi ship. I originally thought this preview required PlayStation Move but it does not. Pressing the trigger on the back of the right Move controller does clench Sora's fingers on the steering wheel I noticed, but other than that nothing else seems to work with it. After there's a bit of talking, Sora takes out his Keyblade, points it in front of the ship in the space and opens a portal. Once you shoot through the portal, you enter a kaleidoscope like tunnel filled with scenes from the series. It moves quite slowly, so you can see all kinds of scenes from Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, and Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep. Strangely enough, Donald and Goofy have completely disappeared so you're in the cockpit all by yourself. I do wish there would be more of an interactive part in this section, but it did it's job. Once you reach the end, you're taken back to the world selection screen. Destiny Islands The second world, Destiny Islands drops you right above the entrance to the backside of the island in the old game engine. As it fades out and back in, you're in Sora's perspective as he's sitting on the Paopu fruit tree with Riku and Kairi. Riku and Kairi have a bit of a conversation, as they look out at the ocean for a few minutes before a projection light show of Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance's opening starts playing out in the ocean. Destiny Islands was definitely really nice, and the longest of the two for sure. I definitely enjoyed the really pretty light show with the stars that fell down during the experience, and the detail of Riku and Kairi both watching the opening as they move towards wherever the projection currently is. Once the opening ends, it fades out and after a few seconds fades back in at the top of Twilight Town's clock tower. You're able to look around only shortly as it plays a short scene with Roxas, Xion, and Axel talking as they sit at the top eating ice cream before fading out to a "coming soon" screen. Once that scene ends, it concludes the preview for the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience. Before jumping into right into the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience and downloading it for yourself, people have to realize that it's not the game that was shown off at the PlayStation Lineup Tour back in September in it's current state. For now, it is merely an interactive video experience where you are put in Sora's perspective in specific locations throughout the series and nothing more. Now to answer the question I stated above, "Was it worth the wait?" I could say both yes and no. Yes to those who wanted something to experience in VR that's related to the Kingdom Hearts series and understand the fact that the "swinging Keyblade" section has not been released yet and this is merely a preview. I loved the experience not only because I love everything related to the series, but it was really cool being in the pilot seat of a Gummi ship, or sitting on top of the clock tower and looking off just to see how it's like. The reasons I could say it isn't worth the wait was because of how short it was, and it containing barely any content after being delayed twice. With a run time of just 10-15 minutes, it goes by quick without feeling like anything really happened. Being advertised with interactive fighting sections at the reveal, it's easily understandable being upset they weren't included in this preview. Your experience playing it will definitely differ, but it all depends on the person. View full article
  2. At the PlayStation Lineup Tour last September, a surprise announcement for a free Kingdom Hearts VR interactive movie surprised everyone. The trailer showed off the player swinging their Keyblade at some shadows in familiar locations, however, this was not the case for what released. After being delayed twice, fans who own a PSVR were getting impatient. Currently, it is exclusive to the Japanese PlayStation store which makes it a bit difficult for most fans to experience. A worldwide version has been confirmed, but so far no current release date has been announced. Now the question rises, was it worth the wait? Once it's booted up, you're greeted with a title screen with two options: Start Collection Collection is currently unavailable and won't be until Spring, when the second part is expected to release. Start brings you to a new menu showing off a world selection screen. Since it's just a preview, only Gummi Ship and Destiny Islands were available, with a "coming soon" spot for Twilight Town. It was very weird seeing Twilight Town in the coming soon section, seeing how it was in the original trailer. It is however teased at the end of the Destiny Islands section! Gummi Ship Choosing the first option, you're immediately sent inside the Gummi ship during the cut scene titled "2.9 - The First Volume-" with the Mickey Mouse Club March playing in the background for the intro. You experience the cutscene in a first person perspective as Donald and Goofy talk to Sora inside the cockpit of the Gummi ship. I originally thought this preview required PlayStation Move but it does not. Pressing the trigger on the back of the right Move controller does clench Sora's fingers on the steering wheel I noticed, but other than that nothing else seems to work with it. After there's a bit of talking, Sora takes out his Keyblade, points it in front of the ship in the space and opens a portal. Once you shoot through the portal, you enter a kaleidoscope like tunnel filled with scenes from the series. It moves quite slowly, so you can see all kinds of scenes from Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, Kingdom Hearts II, and Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep. Strangely enough, Donald and Goofy have completely disappeared so you're in the cockpit all by yourself. I do wish there would be more of an interactive part in this section, but it did it's job. Once you reach the end, you're taken back to the world selection screen. Destiny Islands The second world, Destiny Islands drops you right above the entrance to the backside of the island in the old game engine. As it fades out and back in, you're in Sora's perspective as he's sitting on the Paopu fruit tree with Riku and Kairi. Riku and Kairi have a bit of a conversation, as they look out at the ocean for a few minutes before a projection light show of Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance's opening starts playing out in the ocean. Destiny Islands was definitely really nice, and the longest of the two for sure. I definitely enjoyed the really pretty light show with the stars that fell down during the experience, and the detail of Riku and Kairi both watching the opening as they move towards wherever the projection currently is. Once the opening ends, it fades out and after a few seconds fades back in at the top of Twilight Town's clock tower. You're able to look around only shortly as it plays a short scene with Roxas, Xion, and Axel talking as they sit at the top eating ice cream before fading out to a "coming soon" screen. Once that scene ends, it concludes the preview for the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience. Before jumping into right into the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience and downloading it for yourself, people have to realize that it's not the game that was shown off at the PlayStation Lineup Tour back in September in it's current state. For now, it is merely an interactive video experience where you are put in Sora's perspective in specific locations throughout the series and nothing more. Now to answer the question I stated above, "Was it worth the wait?" I could say both yes and no. Yes to those who wanted something to experience in VR that's related to the Kingdom Hearts series and understand the fact that the "swinging Keyblade" section has not been released yet and this is merely a preview. I loved the experience not only because I love everything related to the series, but it was really cool being in the pilot seat of a Gummi ship, or sitting on top of the clock tower and looking off just to see how it's like. The reasons I could say it isn't worth the wait was because of how short it was, and it containing barely any content after being delayed twice. With a run time of just 10-15 minutes, it goes by quick without feeling like anything really happened. Being advertised with interactive fighting sections at the reveal, it's easily understandable being upset they weren't included in this preview. Your experience playing it will definitely differ, but it all depends on the person.
  3. Today marks another day down on Kingdom Hearts III's countdown! Each day until January 25, director Tetsuya Nomura is making an announcement. Today, he announced that the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience's first installment has launched in Japan! For those you have a Japanese PlayStation account and a PSVR, you can download the game to your system now! The announcement was with the newest countdown animated short featuring Toy Story, as well as playing the Toy Box battle theme music! You can view Nomura's tweet and video below.
  4. Today marks another day down on Kingdom Hearts III's countdown! Each day until January 25, director Tetsuya Nomura is making an announcement. Today, he announced that the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience's first installment has launched in Japan! For those you have a Japanese PlayStation account and a PSVR, you can download the game to your system now! The announcement was with the newest countdown animated short featuring Toy Story, as well as playing the Toy Box battle theme music! You can view Nomura's tweet and video below. View full article
  5. According to the website Gamer, the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience has been delayed yet again from January 18 to the new date of January 23. The second part of the experience is still set to release in Spring.
  6. According to the website Gamer, the Kingdom Hearts VR Experience has been delayed yet again from January 18 to the new date of January 23. The second part of the experience is still set to release in Spring. View full article
  7. According to the Japanese gaming site Gamer, the Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience has had a release date change. Originally with part one releasing on December 25, it has been delayed to January 18. Part 2 of the experience has been moved to spring 2019 instead of it's January 18 release. This title is still a PlayStation VR exclusive.
  8. According to the Japanese gaming site Gamer, the Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience has had a release date change. Originally with part one releasing on December 25, it has been delayed to January 18. Part 2 of the experience has been moved to spring 2019 instead of it's January 18 release. This title is still a PlayStation VR exclusive. View full article
  9. I made a recreation of the 3 districts in traverse town from KH in Rec Room VR(Rec Room is a free game you can play now and it is playable in any VR). There are enemies all around and a boss fight. I also made multiple weapons you can use. I made Destiny Islands as well a few weeks ago. You can find them all by searching #KingdomHearts in RecRoom. You can go to the room called WorldMap and from there to any world(that is available for now)I also plan to make the rest of the worlds soon. I 'd love to hear thoughts from anyone who plays them. I could also use a hand if anyone can make videos of my levels bcs I can't So if you have a youtube channel and you can make a video on this that would be amazing. I can even show you around if you messege me Thanks anyways!
  10. I couldn't wait for KH VR and I noticed while playing Rec Room (PSVR) that there was a Monsters Inc themed room. I looked for Kingdom Hearts related and found nothing(if you know of any rooms plz do tell. I 'd like to check them). Since I found nothing I made my own Kingdom Hearts room. I made a hub room that will lead to the worlds of the KH. I just finished my 1st world/room themed around Destiny Islands. I plan on making all the worlds of at least KH 1. If you have VR plz check out my room and tell me here what you thought of it. I rly want some feedback. My hub world/room is called WorldMap and it is a simple room with a door that leads to Destiny Islands. I will add things to this room soon. My Destiny Islands world/room is called DestinyIslandsKH. It is a recreation of Destiny Islands with a fetch quest like in the game AND a surpise if you callect them all. Both rooms have hashtags. #KingdomHearts. Thank you. If you play I hope you enjoy and plz leave feedback if you can.
  11. [08/17/2018] Hey! Brand new Jay's Thought Locker! So Mania was great! But what is it about Sonic Physics that has Sonic Team so baffled? ENJOY!
  12. Hello I am new here. Just recently got psvr and daydream phone. Watch with PSVR or DayDream VR on android! Retro game Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep in stunning VR! I captured using an android phone. Note: Retro games have a 2d screen and no left or right. I made it curve enough to view straight, turning head left, right, top, and bottom. Back view is the screen repeat, so no official back view. Thoughts good, bad, constructive criticism, comments. All are welcome. Edit December 7 2017: My first virtual reality game project is Kingdom Hearts BBS. The plan is to show the cut-scenes, boss fights, mirage arena, mini games, and a showing of the level scenery. Note: part 2 of the movie is better quality. The Movie Playlist VR Sample playlist - includes FF7, Spyro 2, and KH BBS Opening and Game-play
  13. So, would you like to see VR (Virtual Reality) in Kingdom Hearts? There are various things to consider with VR so I'm sure there'll be interesting opinions here. As for myself, I'm scared of fish faces.
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