It may be a free-to-play mobile port of a browser-based game, but Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ crams a lot of what series fans love into a tiny space.
Square Enix has just put a new Kingdom Hearts trailer that showcases the series’ upcoming 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue release and ends with a couple of minutes’ worth of Kingdom Hearts III gameplay. Nothing ground-breaking, and III still seems to be a long ways off, but this is better than nothing, right?
The chances of there ever being a live-action Kingdom Hearts are, mercifully, almost zero. But if it ever did happen, it wouldn’t be a disaster if it looked this...literal.
The most recently announced Kingdom Hearts release is Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 (er, 2.8, WHATEVER). That’s kind of an odd title. But, according to Tetsuya Nomura, there is a reason for it. A confusing reason.
Following up Kingdom Hearts HD collections Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix, comes Kingdom Hearts HD II.8.
Pretty sure the folks at Awe Me like challenges. Their recent project was to forge the Oathkeeper from the Kingdom Hearts series, a keyblade sword with giant holes everywhere, a heart shaped point and a really weird hilt and grip. It just shouldn’t work in real-life.
Sora and crew will ride the robot Baymax and fight their way through a Big Hero 6 world in Kingdom Hearts III, Square Enix announced today during the D23 expo in Anaheim, California.
Today Square Enix showed off new footage from Kingdom Hearts III. As you might expect, it looks stellar. As you also might expect, there’s still no release date or even a release year—the trailer just says “Now in development,” which is just what they said back at E3 2013. Welp.
What, were you expecting Kingdom Hearts III? Square just announced that Kingdom Hearts: Unchained Key, a mobile game that was previously just announced for Japan, will come to North America too. Trailer:
With the release of the latest Dissidia Final Fantasy trailer, Kingdom Hearts director and zipper enthusiast*, Tetsuya Nomura sat down to talk about the newest addition to the character roster.
Here's an oil painting of Sora from the Kingdom Hearts series, based on this well-known piece of official concept art, done by artist Raman Singh. Look below for the HD pics, and check out Singh's portfolio for more, albeit non-gaming-themed, paintings in this style (I particularly like his portraits).
Working on the Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and 2.5 remixes has been good training for Kingdom Hearts 3, said Tai Yasue (co-director and game designer on Kingdom Hearts 3 and the Kingdom Hearts 1.5/2.5 HD remasters) in an interview in London.
The latest Honest Game Trailer focuses on gaming's favorite high-speed collision of universes, Kingdom Hearts. As with most Honest Trailers, the Disney-Square Enix mash-up comes out a pile of twisted metal (and cartoon duck bills). But the trailer also raises a good question: where's our Pixar world?
This December will see an album of Hikaru Utada songs covered by an array of famous singers. Well-known artists are also doing illustrations, drawings, and art inspired by Utada and her music. For example, this.
You might know Square Enix game creator Tetsuya Nomura best for his Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts character designs. Recently, his version of virtual idol Hatsune Miku was revealed in New York.
In a recent interview, game creator Tetsuya Nomura revealed that Kingdom Hearts III is now being developed on Unreal Engine 4. Oh. Alright, then.
For a minute, forget all the baggage that goes with the name "Tetsuya Nomura." The lenghty delays, the controversial designs, whatever. This guy can draw.
Square Enix recently revealed that Tetsuya Nomura is no longer helming Final Fantasy XV. Now he can work on getting Kingdom Hearts III out quickly.