With Kingdom Hearts I.5 HD Remix out and II.5 HD Remix on the way next year, there's nothing left to re-tell as we prepare for the eventual release of Kingdom Hearts III. Oh wait, yes there is.
In the Kingdom Hearts games, Keyblades are the mysterious weapons wielded by the games' main characters. I've always thought they're pretty cool looking! Guess I'm not alone.
There are moments in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, when, caught up in a storm of hectic keyblade slashing and chromatic aerial theatrics, you might not notice the ticking timer on the bottom of your screen. Until it hits 0.
Meet the Dream Eaters, the monsters you'll be attacking, breeding, and recruiting in upcoming action-RPG Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, which is out July 31 for Nintendo 3DS. Kind of remind you of a certain other Nintendo game, don't they? Still, I'm psyched for this one. It's looking more like Kingdom…
I'm in California this week for the purpose of checking out a bunch of video games that will be shown at E3 next month. I'm a pre-E3 Judge*, you see, bouncing from one showcase with a game publisher to another, signing lots of paperwork in which I swear not to tell people about these games for a few weeks.
Earlier this month to celebrate the Kingdom Hearts 10th Anniversary, Square Enix held the Kingdom Hearts Premier Event in southern Tokyo. Yesterday, to celebrate the release of Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance, they put footage of the event up on the official Kingdom Hearts 3D website.
Square-Enix's official French store briefly listed Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream, Drop, Distance for release on July 27 before the company pulled back the listing and replaced it with "Summer 2012." Either way, it's a more precise release window than what we'd heard before.
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance will be out March 29 in Japan. There will be a special Kingdom Hearts 3DS handheld. While I like the monogram, I'm not a fan with the Kingdom Hearts text or the stupid Disney copyright.