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.
E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
Commenter Madammina's tale of playing through Kingdom Hearts with her little brother reminds us how much fun it is to play video games with our loved ones in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
The fact you can't buy Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep on the PSPgo highlights one of the bigger problems with Sony's struggling handheld. It also helps explain why piracy is so rampant on the portable device.
A decade before Sora faced off against his first Heartless, Terra, Aqua, and Ventus battled the Unversed across a multitude of Disney-themed worlds in Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep.
Are you a big Kingdom Hearts fan? Did you trade in your normal PSP for a sleek and shiny PSP Go last year? Then you won't be playing Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep any time soon.
The European PlayStation blog shows off the lovely box art for the Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Special Edition. What's in the box?
The first time I played Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep I was in Tokyo, well aware that I couldn't read the Japanese menus of the flashy new PSP installment. The second time was this week. The game was in English.
Take a trip through Disney Town, the Dwarf Woodlands, the Castle of Dreams, the Enchanted Dominion, and Deep Space, in this Worlds trailer for Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep for the PSP.
Last year, it was revealed that Square Enix designer Tetsuya Nomura originally conceived with chainsaws. "There things I wanted to do [with Kingdom Hearts]", Nomura recently told Kotaku, "but things that were not allowed."
Square Enix's vague summer release date for Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep has become a definite September release date, with a limited edition PSP bundle commemorating the next star-studded entry in the beloved Kingdom Hearts series.
Square Enix is bringing the PSP prequel to its incredibly popular Kingdom Hearts series to North American shores, unsurprisingly, applying a vague "summer" release date to Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep.
Sony have just unveiled a new custom PSP for the Japanese market. And it's a silver PSP-3000, covered in all kinds of stuff that will make sense only to fans of Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep.
PSP role-playing-game Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep has been dated for Japan. The game will be released on January 9 and priced at ¥6,090 (US$67).
We know we've seen that stache before! But where?
I was jealous when I heard Stephen Totilo played Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep at the Tokyo Game Show. But even if he saw it first, it looks like he didn't see everything.
Having bailed on Kingdom Hearts 2 after reaching the Steamboat Willy stage, I may have finally found the KH game to bring me back. It was available to preview last week in Tokyo.
Normally, you'd have to wait in line or for some special Square Enix event — or purchase some outrageously priced import DVD — to see whatever Square Enix product you want to see. But, thanks to the internet, you can see Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep for the PSP in action right now — with actual gameplay too!…