The popular Disney movie Frozen has been trending on twitter with fans pleading for a possibility of Frozen in Kingdom Hearts 3. Considered a strong fan favorite, Disney’s Frozen achieved a monumental milestone: it crossed the $300 million mark at the U.S. box office. So the real question is could there be any chance that we see a Frozen world or even a few Frozen characters in Kingdom Hearts 3?
This week we take a look at another one of our site staff’s favorite Square Enix characters. This time it’s my turn as I tell you about my favorite Square Enix character, Sora, from the Kingdom Hearts series. Seems like the pattern of favorite characters is from the KH series, but I have my reasons. Kingdom Hearts is my favorite Square Enix game franchise, and Sora is my favorite character beacause… well, why don’t you read on to find out?
Hello, everyone! I’m Ovum, otherwise known as Usagi on our forum, the content editor. As for my favorite Square character, it has to be Riku. Admittedly, I’ve only played Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts 2, 358/2 Days, and about one-sixteenth of Birth By Sleep, so I didn’t get to see how his character played out in 3D and whatever other games I’ve missed out on. That and I haven’t played many other Square titles in general—I’m more of an old-school game player. Anyway, let’s get on to why the silver-haired boy is my favorite.
We here at Enix Origin are questioning our staff on which character from any Square Enix game is their favorite. From Final Fantasy to Kingdom Hearts, Infinite Undiscovery, and Star Ocean, there are many games that Square has made or published, but only one can be your favorite. Who would it be? Well, I can say who mine is. It’s Aqua–come see why.
Recently Square Enix released a gameplay trailer for the highly anticipated game Kingdom Hearts 3. The trailer was a tech demo of the early development stages of the game which showed Sora, Donald, and Goofy fighting some heartless in Twilight Town as well as fighting the Rock Titan using what looked to be a Disney theme park attraction. Tetsuya Nomura sat down with Famitsu and answered a few questions relating to the trailer.
Utada Hikaru’s father Teruzane has confirmed on twitter that Utada Hikaru is involved with making the theme song for Kingdom Hearts 3. This report comes from Gematsu who translated the tweet. Hikaru, who did the theme songs “Simple and Clean/Hikari” for Kingdom Hearts and “Sanctuary/Passion” for Kingdom Hearts II, is involved in the theme song for Kingdom Hearts III. We have the latest on what this means for Kingdom Hearts 3.
More information about one of the most anticipated games has come out from producer Tetsuya Nomura. The new interview came just a day after the new Kingdom Hearts 3 D23 Expo trailer was released showing off Sora rocking a ship and battling a rock monster. Special thanks to our community member “DamnHippys” for finding the translated version of the interview. Nomura talks about how the AI enemies have evolved and become more powerful. Nomura also said that there are a lot of new worlds since there are so many Disney titles that haven’t appeared yet. As for familiar worlds and characters,…
Square Enix has officially released the gameplay trailer of Kingdom Hearts 3 from the D23 Expo. The trailer shows off Sora, Donald, and Goofy fighting off heartless followed by a large ship that Sora rocks back and forth on. The trailer also shows off the trio battling a huge rock monster. Take a look at the trailer and let us know what you think!
A brand new Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer will be released at this year’s D23 Expo according to Tetsuya Nomura. “I still don’t have much information on KHIII that I can release to the public, but I spoke to the extent I was able,” said Nomura. Please enjoy the interview along with part of the new clip that will be released at the [D23] event this month. Take a look at the image that was released from Kingdom Hearts 3.
We have confirmation from Square Enix that Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 remix is in development following the success of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 remix. About a month ago executive producer Shinji Hashimoto told fans that if Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD remix became a success, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 could happen but it all depends on how well 1.5 does. We have more on the news.
Shinji Hashimoto, the executive producer of the Kingdom Hearts series, was quoted saying that Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix could happen if Kingdom Hearts 1.5 turns out to be a success. Just recently we reported that Yoko Shimomura was returning to the series to compose music not only for Kingdom Hearts 3, but for Final Fantasy XV as well. Both Yoko and Shinji sat down with IGN to talk about the Kingdom Hearts franchise.