Kingdom Hearts 3D

Kingdom Hearts 3D may be coming sooner than we originally thought

Being a North American gamer was once such a hassle. Before western game developers became so prominent in the console space, most of the games available on home consoles came from Japanese development houses which ment long delays between a Japanese and a Western game release. Just look at Final Fantasy VII. The Japan to North American release window was a good 8 months, and that’s for one of the...

New round of footage for Kingdom Hearts 3D arrives!

Kingdom Hearts. The game series needs no introduction. To many gamers, it was their first true RPG. While Nintendo fans have been mostly left out of the Kingdom Hearts fun, Square-Enix is in the process of changing that fact with Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream, Drop, Distance. I just recently played though the original Kingdom Hearts, and loved it. I am in the process (the very slow process) of playing ...

Here you go, have a trailer for Kingdom Hearts 3D

Call me crazy, but I love me some JRPGs. If given the choice, I prefer to play them from the comfort of my own bed on my handheld of choice. That’s why Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance is so appealing to me, even though I am a little late to the whole Kingdom Hearts bandwagon. I have never experienced the PS2 originals, with my only time spent with the franchise being on my trusty AGS-101 ...

Here you go, have a new Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance video!

I have absolutely no idea what Sora and Co. are saying in this trailer, but I can just imagine would it would be like in 3D! In all seriousness, it is about time a proper Kingdom Hearts title is arrives on a Nintendo console, and with the 3DS, it looks like there will be some interesting things going on. For one, it looks like the game will be implementing AR of some sort which is always a good th...

Tetsuya Nomura says Kingdom Hearts 3DS is 40-50 percent done

Kingdom Hearts 3D (Dream Drop Distance) was one of the first titles announced along side the 3DS when Nintendo lifted the curtains last summer. In an interview with Famitsu, Kingdom Hearts director and character designer Tetsuya Nomura reveals that the 3DS title is currently 40-50 percent complete. Not much about the title is known at present, at Nomura was very coy with Famitsu giving vague hints...