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Old 06-23-2017, 01:04 PM   #751
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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix patch 1.04 now available
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Includes Kingdom Hearts II fixes.







Square Enix has updated Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix to version 1.04.




The update includes the following changes:
  • Fixed enemy / ally teleportation issue in Kingdom Hearts II.
  • Adjusted magnetic force of commands such as Magnet in Kingdom Hearts II.
  • Fixed various other issues.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix is available now for PlayStation 4 worldwide.



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Here's the Hercules part without the words overlay.

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Here's the Hercules part without the words overlay.

adding to this

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Kingdom Hearts III launches in 2018, Toy Story world unveil trailer
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See what Sora, Donald, and Goofy look like as toys.




Kingdom Hearts III
will launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2018, Square Enix announced at D23 Expo 2017.


The company also debuted a new, five-minute gameplay trailer for the game unveiling a new Toy Story world. Here’s an overview, via Square Enix:
The new trailer follows Sora, Donald Duck and Goofy to Andy’s room as they join Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Hamm, Rex and Sarge’s investigation into the disappearance of their fellow toys and Andy, and the emergence of the Heartless enemies in their world. Featuring an original storyline, fans will get a first look at the dynamic trio’s Toy Story-themed looks, all-new toys, such as the Gigas, and special Keyblades that transform and give Sora unique attacks to unleash on Heartless enemies.
“At long last, we are excited to open up the Kingdom Hearts universe to include the world of Disney Pixar’s Toy Story,” said Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura in a press release. “I’m sure fans have been anticipating the inclusion of this world for many years. The narrative will be an original story exclusive to Kingdom Hearts III, and the gameplay will feel characteristic of the Toy Story style and aesthetic. Please stay tuned for more details to be revealed soon.”


Pixar Animation Studios story supervisor Jason Katz added,

“Featuring a brand new storyline that brings together beloved ‘Toy Story’ friends with the heroes of Kingdom Hearts, the Toy Story world in Kingdom Hearts III successfully mirrors the level of quality that we strive to achieve with every Pixar film. Kingdom Hearts III will undoubtedly be an experience that fans will not want to miss.”



Square Enix also announced that, in celebration of the new trailer, users who log in to Kingdom Hearts: Union ? for iOS and Android from July 16 to August 16 will receive a powerful Kingdom Hearts III Sora [EX] Medal.”


Watch the trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.
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The trailer and news were already posted.

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Old 07-15-2017, 08:45 PM   #756
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yes there's the trailer which was the focus on Hercules . Not what the creator stated with added longer footage. the prior footage is still dnine's. the focus was herc. other wise I wouldn't have quoted him/ her. I do hope to se you post more Dnine.

I wouldn't take that aways from another poster here.


but I'll take a base bat to the head since I committed a crime in that there was indeed something extra said or added by square. oh no i need to be the electric chair.

I've already very happily Removed my self from any thing further awards wise permanently. since people don't get I don't care about that and think I'm trying steel spot light and which i didn't want to be in the first place, cause since I keep doing horrible crimes, in putting up what the director or creator said to gamer out lets or said in written form or something like when the open beta is stated date wise in written form .

Now where's that bat.

I'm very sorry they put out something extra info wise, that doesn't come with initial trailers alone .

Everyone else please don't let this stop you from posting or enjoying the video if the info is of use to good. if not fine too.

Now where's that damn bat.


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this was also put up a few minutes ago fro square from Tetsuya Nomura.



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Tetsuya Nomura on Kingdom Hearts III second playable character, bigger parties, Toy Story world, more
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Plus, the likelihood of a Switch version and Xbox One collections.


Following the announcement of a 2018 release window and Toy Story world, IGN(2) and Game Informer (2) sat down with Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura at D23 Expo 2017, who discussed various new details about the game.
Get the excerpts below.

Nomura on a Second Playable Character
“So it would be tough to introduce many, multiple playable characters, but there is an intention of adding a playable character aside from Sora,” Nomura teased. “Unfortunately we’re not able to disclose who it is yet, but there will be [another playable character].”




Nomura on Bigger Parties
Kingdom Hearts III will feature a party system that allows for more than two additional members to fight alongside Sora. This, in part, comes from the decision to get rid of the “Dimension Link” feature from the PSP game Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep.


“D-Link, that has been done away with,” Nomura said. “It was actually a compromise in a previous iteration because we were not able to display multiple characters on that platform in that game,” Nomura said. “We’re able to depict multiple characters. Up to five people can join, even more, multiple characters can join your party.”


Nomura on the Gummi Ship
“In terms of the Gummi Ship making its return, I can confirm on that, but how it is or what has become of it, we’re not able to reveal it at this point,” Nomura said. “We ask you to stay tuned for more information.”
Nomura also hinted at the Gummi Ship offering new or improved elements.
“The staff members on our development team always want to try something new, so even with previously introduced mechanics, they always try to make it their own or tweak it. Even if it is small or minor, we customize it so that it’s for Kingdom Hearts III.”


Nomura on the Toy Story World
Nomura has longed for Toy Story to appear in the Kingdom Hearts series since the release of Kingdom Hearts II.
“Just looking at the trailer, I feel Sora really fit in and matched well with that world, and it’s something I always personally wanted to see – that image of Buzz and Woody coming face to face with Sora in his toy form,” Nomura said. “I had been imaging that in my head, and to be able to execute that into the game is something I’m really excited for and I’m hoping fans feel the same way I do.”




Rather than follow the story of the original film, Pixar made a special request for the Toy Story in Kingdom Hearts III.


“[Pixar] preferred for us to not follow the film directly. They said, ‘Please create something original to Kingdom Hearts,’ so we did not draw any inspiration from the films. It is completely original and exclusive to Kingdom Hearts, so you can almost say it’s a sequel of some sort.”
Nomura his team considered all of the films in the series and made a decision about where to place it. “We placed the narrative in Kingdom Hearts some place after Toy Story 2.” He said he worked very closely with Pixar to get its approval on the new story for the game. “So many rounds of review! I couldn’t believe how many back and forths I had,” he laughed.
The trailer shows Sora, Donald, and Goofy team up with Woody and Buzz to search a new area called Galaxy Toys.


“Galaxy Toys is going to be your primary stage where a lot of the action is going to be happening in this world,” Nomura said. “Because Sora, Donald, and Goofy are toys and very small, the playing field is going to feel very large. We also have multiple floors and each section has its own personality, so to speak.”


The story of the Toy Story world involves searching for Andy, who has gone missing, as well as figuring out why Organization XIII has appeared in that world.




“Rather than having multiple different little worlds, we wanted to make sure we’re providing rich gameplay in an individual world, so we put in a lot of effort and allocated a lot of resources to create these worlds, and it would be sad for players not to enjoy the world and breeze right through it,” Nomura said. “Therefore, we made sure that each of the worlds is designed so players can take their time and enjoy the gameplay that’s available.”
The trailer shows Sora ride a mech, called Gigas, to fight enemies in the area. According to Nomura, this is “to showcase that with the specs of the current generation hardware, it is possible. We’re hoping there’s a surprise element with each new mechanic that is introduced with Kingdom Hearts III, and we’re going to be revealing more information as they become available.”




Nomura on a Switch Version

“The Nintendo Switch is definitely a very interesting piece of hardware, but if we lightly say, ‘Oh yeah, we’ll be on the Nintendo Switch,’ I’m sure people will come back and say, ‘But what about the PS4 and Xbox One? We want them out first. Don’t focus on other platforms,’” Nomura said. “So for now, we want to focus on what platforms we’ve already announced we’re going to be releasing Kingdom Hearts III on. And so after, perhaps, maybe we can start thinking about other possibilities.”


Nomura on Kingdom Hearts Collections for Xbox One
“Just like with the previous answer, if we were to announce yet another non-Kingdom Hearts III [project]…people are going to be like, ‘Hey, what’s going on?’ So we will want to focus on releasing on the platforms that we have already announced,” Nomura said. “Do the Western audiences want Kingdom Hearts titles on the Microsoft or Xbox platforms? Japan might say ‘well, we don’t want any more on Xbox.’”




Nomura also noted Microsoft’s recent announcement of its more powerful Xbox One X, adding, “It also makes you think, ‘Well, do we want to have [the collections] on the Xbox platforms? Isn’t it a bit late in the game?’”



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Tetsuya Nomura alos made another statment last night to game informer about DLc and more topic's ..



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Tetsuya Nomura on Kingdom Hearts III development length, keyblade transformations, DLC, more
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Plus, a lesser amount of worlds, but with greater depth?







More new information about Kingdom Hearts III has come out via Game Informerand GameSpot with director Tetsuya Nomura following Square Enix’s announcement of a 2018 release window and Toy Story world.




If you missed it yesterday, Nomura discussed a second playable character, bigger parties, the inclusion of a Toy Story world, and more.
Today, Nomura discusses details about why development has taken so long, keyblade transformations, downloadable content, and more. He also hints at the game having a lesser amount of worlds than previous entries, but with greater depth.




Get the tidbits below.



Nomura on Keyblade Transformations
“First and foremost, each keyblade will have its own form that it can transform into, and it’s different per keyblade,” Nomura said. “There are at least two different forms it can take. For example, in Toy Story, you saw the giant hammer and then the drill. Another one was at the beginning of the trailer where you saw Sora shoot arrows and it [then] turned into a bazooka, so there are two different forms. It also has multiple layers in terms of transforming; you start out with your first phase of transformation, and if you successfully connect your combos, the [next] transformation will happen.”
Nomura couldn’t share further information about how transformations are activated, adding that, “We’re still trying to finalize the specifications, but that being said, it is subject to change, so it might evolve into something even more impressive.”
Nomura on Summons
Nomura couldn’t share much information about how summons will work, but said that, “If I could provide a glimpse, I’ve made it more pretty. Not just the literal modeling, but it’s more about how we’re expressing it that has become more pretty.”
Nomura on Interactive Environments
“It’s a new mechanic that we’re implementing in Kingdom Hearts III,” Nomura said in regards to interacting with the environment, such as Sora running up cliffs and jumping on floating rubble in the Hercules world. “The Japanese name is Athletic Flow. I don’t know what the English final name is just yet. It’s based on the Flow Motion mechanic, and it’s basically revamped and introduced as a new mechanic in Kingdom Hearts III. You’ll be utilizing the environment to propel yourself to an area that you’re not normally able to go to, or again, running up the cliff during battle. Those can be expected in each of the different worlds you’ll be traversing through.”
Nomura on How Long Development is Taking
“A lot of people have been mentioning and making it sound like ‘Oh, Nomura’s taking too much time,’ and it hurts,“ Nomura said. He continued that the decision to switch development to Unreal Engine 4 was made by those higher up than himself after about a year of development, which caused extensive delays. Certain timing and resource-related challenges within Square Enix also played a role.
“There was a decision made to change to an external [engine]…Unreal Engine 4,” he said. “So we switched over to that. Unfortunately there was a bit of time that needed to be rewinded and started over. So there was a bit of a setback there, but it was a decision that the company had to make, so it was inevitable.”
He continued, “We had a plan of the period that it’s going to take for us to create the content at the start of the project, and we laid out, after such and such years, we would need to add more personnel resources. We had submitted it to our headquarters and had it approved, but internal personnel is very limited, and there are various different projects that happen within our company, so unfortunately timing did not work out. So we had to make due with the timing that was appropriate for the company…the company makes the decisions, so unfortunately sometimes it is out of my control.”
Nomura emphasized that the long development period was not a result of development problems or decisions made by him or his team. “I wanted to emphasize that it wasn’t a problem on our development teams,” he said. “It just happened that way, and there were some decisions that the company had to make, and it just didn’t work out for certain timings that we were hoping to hit.
“It’s kind of out of my hands. I mean, yes, time has passed. But it’s out of my hands.”
Nomura on Revealing Worlds Before Release
“I don’t think we’ll be keeping any worlds secret until the game is released,” Nomura said. “I think we will be introducing them leading up to launch. Nowadays games can add content on after the fact through DLC content, so there’s no need to hide any worlds.”
Nomura on Downloadable Content
“Nothing is set in stone, and I’m afraid we can’t go into details, but I have told the team: Just be prepared to be able to accommodate for something like that,” Nomura said. “We can’t suddenly develop a system where we’re accommodating for downloadable content. So it’s not confirming or denying either way, but just so that the development team will be prepared, I have informed them of making the preparations.”
Nomura on Creating the First Full HD Kingdom Hearts
“I feel like I’ve packed in much more fun than I had in my previous Kingdom Hearts titles,” Nomura said. “Kingdom Hearts III is going to be our first full HD game in our current console generation. It does involve a lot of bandwidth and resources in order to create in full HD, so our directive was to have as many elements [as possible] of gameplay included in one single world, rather than having multiple different little worlds with few elements. We wanted to pack in as many gameplay elements and fun into a single world.”
Nomura concluded, “If we are able to accomplish everything that we did plan out for, I’m pretty confident that people will enjoy and be fully satisfied with the end product.”
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Kingdom Hearts III has less Disney worlds than Kingdom Hearts II; Final Fantasy VII Remake further along in some areas
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No news on Final Fantasy VII Remake as it shifts to internal production.
The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu has an interview with Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura, who shares new information on the former while briefly discussing the latter.
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Kingdom Hearts III
  • (In response to the question of around when in 2018 Kingdom Hearts III will be released) “Please wait for the proper followup report. (Smiles.)”
  • Nomura wanted a Toy Story world in Kingdom Hearts since around Kingdom Hearts II. For Kingdom Hearts III, there have been repeated negotiations as its inclusion was of absolute necessity.
  • The Toy Story world is set after Toy Story 2. It isn’t a parallel world. Rather, the events of Kindgom Hearts III are part of the Toy Story time axis. (In other words, it is canon.)
  • While it is not shown in the trailer, at the start Sora is mistaken for a character in the latest game to be released in this world.
  • The Toy Story staff were considerably surprised at the reproduction quality of the Toy Story characters in-game.
  • Nomura told the development team he wanted riding and fighting in a mech early in development. A different mechanism is being prepared for when you go to another floor in Galaxy Toys.
  • The Big Hero Six world is progressing well, but news on that is still down the line.
  • While the number of Disney worlds are less than the amount included in Kingdom Hearts II, the density of each world is greater, including gameplay.

If you missed it, catch the Toy Story world reveal trailer for Kingdom Hearts III here. The game will launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2018.
Thanks, Famitsu, Hachima Kikou, and Ryokutya2089.


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Less Disney worlds than KH2? That's...disappointing. And surprising. There were 9 or 10 in KH2, depending on if you count Timeless River as separate from Disney Castle. Plus a few optional like 100 Acre Wood and Atlantica.

They're taking so long to make this game, I figured it would have everything and the kitchen sink.

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Less Disney worlds than KH2? That's...disappointing. And surprising. There were 9 or 10 in KH2, depending on if you count Timeless River as separate from Disney Castle. Plus a few optional like 100 Acre Wood and Atlantica.

They're taking so long to make this game, I figured it would have everything and the kitchen sink.
whole they said there is less they said it'll have richer game play as they told other gamer outlets.




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Kingdom Hearts 3 will have fewer worlds than Kingdom Hearts 2, but will have richer gameplay Today at 9:19 am

Kingdom Hearts 3's game director Tetsuya Nomura has been talking about the highly anticipated addition to the...Read more
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Nomura's statement on the amount of worlds falls in line with other interviews, where he detailed that the team was looking to "provide rich gameplay" in each world.
“Rather than having multiple different little worlds, we wanted to make sure we’re providing rich gameplay in an individual world, so we put in a lot of effort and allocated a lot of resources to create these worlds, and it would be sad for players not to enjoy the world and breeze right through it. Therefore, we made sure that each of the worlds is designed so players can take their time and enjoy the gameplay that’s available.” (GameInformer)
For comparison, Kingdom Hearts 1 features 9 Disney worlds and Kingdom Hearts 2 features 12 Disney worlds. Kingdom Hearts 3 has no official release date, however, most believe it's coming in 2018.


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It doesn't need to be one or the other. More AND richer worlds are perfectly capable with the hardware they're working on. And with the level of expectations fans have going into the game...it's just a bit of disappointing news to me.

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It doesn't need to be one or the other. More AND richer worlds are perfectly capable with the hardware they're working on. And with the level of expectations fans have going into the game...it's just a bit of disappointing news to me.
your right but I think he and his team just wanted to do less this time around. other wise what your saying is understood. But it's their chose in the end. we'll just have to see how it pans out and if it turn out well with the gamer audience.

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Kingdom Hearts III development team still debating whether to include Sephiroth secret boss battle

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Secret bosses in general still not confirmed, but teased.





The Kingdom Hearts III development team is still debating whether or not it will include Final Fantasy VII villain Sephiroth as a secret boss, director Tetsuya Nomura told Mirror.co.uk.




“I can’t say for certain [if there will be secret bosses],” Nomura said. “I hope, hint hint hint. I can’t say for certain. In terms of Sephiroth, do you feel like you want to battle Sephiroth again? (Laughs.)”




After some back and forth with Mirror’s Ryan Brown about how Brown’s mother plays the Kingdom Hearts series and was able to defeat Sephiroth, Nomura said, ” I don’t think I can beat him!(Laughs.) In terms of the secret boss, we can’t say anything at this time, but in terms of Sephiroth specifically, my development team are worried that we’ve had him come back so many times, so they’re maybe worried it might be redundant at this point. We’re still deliberating on it.”
Mirror also asked when Kingdom Hearts III will show up at an event, such as E3 or Gamescom, in a publicly playable state. Nomura responded, “Perhaps when we’re finally able to reveal the month and date of the release.”




Elsewhere in the interview, Mirror asked Nomura why zippers and belts are so prevalent in his character design.




“That was my preference back when I first designed the characters, so 15 years ago,” Nomura said. “At that time, people teased me about zippers and belts and whatnot and I’m the type of person if somebody eggs me on I’m gonna do it more! Nowadays, I’m not as conscious about adding them in.”




Nomura continued, “I’m not the type of person that would shrink down when people tease me about it. I’m gonna fight back! I’m gonna go back at it and do it more. So, if people egg me on saying ‘oh, Kingdom Hearts III is delayed’ well, I might even delay it further! (Laughs.)”
Kingdom Hearts III will launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2018.








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Kingdom Hearts III might not be limited to Xbox One andPS4 director clarifies potential of Switch versionJuly 20, 2017


Tetsuya Nomura is focused on developing Kingdom Hearts III for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but other systems are still a possibility...

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Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura made a splash a few days ago when he talked about the possibility of bringing the series’ upcoming game to the Nintendo Switch. Now, though, he’s clarified that releasing the game on Nintendo’s platform is only a remote possibility.


Speaking in an interview with Famitsu (via DualShockers), Nomura explained that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game are the team’s top priority. The game must be finished and ready to run on those two platforms before Nomura would even begin to think about bringing it to another system.


There’s a bright side, though. Once the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game are finished, Nomura may still consider “other platforms”—and these platforms could include more than just the Nintendo Switch. This means that it’s possible (though, at the moment, still unlikely) that we could see Kingdom Hearts III get a PC version.


Kingdom Hearts III is expected to release in 2018.
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