Kingdom Hearts III was on display at E3 and our own Tim Rogers took a peek at it. He even had a chance to interview some diehard Kingdom Hearts fans about the game. The whole spectacle was enough to make you say “gawrsh!”
The gang will travel to the land of Arendelle in Kingdom Hearts III, Square Enix revealed at Microsoft’s E3 2018 press conference. Yes, Frozen is coming to Kingdom Hearts. Did you expect anything less?
It’s 1:30am Eastern on a Sunday morning and Square Enix just announced Kingdom Hearts III’s release date, because why not? The long-awaited action-roleplaying game will be out on January 29, 2019, the publisher says.
A teen boy, a giant key, and all of our lovable Disney favorites make up the basis of the Kingdom Hearts universe. Together, we made it a whole lot bigger.
I did it—I played Kingdom Hearts III, or the finely-polished vertical slice of it that Square Enix is willing to show off, anyway. What I found was in no way surprising: It’s another mashup of Disney movies and Final Fantasy tropes sure to delight fans of either, but doesn’t seem like it’ll solve any of the issues the…
Kingdom Hearts II contains dozens of worlds to explore and hundreds of cutscenes to watch. The latest episode of YouTube show Boundary Break sheds light on some of the tricks behind the game’s awesome presentation. These include squishing characters’ heads and building entire cityscapes that the player never gets to…
This weekend, Square Enix revealed that Kingdom Hearts III will feature playable retro-style mini-games.
Riku has a new Keyblade in Kingdom Hearts III. People have opinions about it. Let’s see what they are!
Kingdom Hearts III got a new trailer last night and by all accounts it’s going to release sometime this year. But what we really need to talk about is the wonderful abomination that is the Monsters, Inc. version of Goofy.
Joining the likes of Toy Story, Monster Inc. is also coming to Kingdom Hearts III, a game that is still scheduled to come out this year. Oh good.
Immediately after it was revealed that Toy Story would be coming to Kingdom Hearts III, people started comparing the game versions of characters like Woody and Rex to Toy Story movie ones. A new Digital Foundry report shows just how faithfully the game appears to recreate them based on the latest trailer.
Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura says the extended development cycle is “out of his hands.” The third Kingdom Hearts is taking this long, he says, because of technology changes and decisions made by higher-ups at Square Enix.
Square Enix just dropped the new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III onto YouTube, after premiering it at the “Kingdom Hearts Orchestra” concert tonight in Los Angeles.
Utada Hikaru is releasing her first full album in eight years.
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?
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.
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.
In a recent interview, game creator Tetsuya Nomura revealed that Kingdom Hearts III is now being developed on Unreal Engine 4. Oh. Alright, then.