Kingdom Hearts 3 News
A leaked trailer shows off new playable characters, additional exploration of Scala ad Caelum, and more.
A fleshed-out photo mode is on the way, too.
NetherRealms' latest fighter hits an impressive milestone.
Celebrate this Japanese holiday in the states with good deals.
Critical Mode is coming to Kingdom Hearts 3 tomorrow for free.
At GDC 2019, we learn about one of Kingdom Hearts 3's most-requested features from co-director Tai Yasue.
The reception might have been rough, but the sales weren't.
Olaf's voice will be lost, until it is found again.
As well as why Star Wars and Marvel haven't joined Kingdom Hearts yet.
A mix of free and paid DLC is planned for 2019.
Here's what you need to know about today's Nintendo Direct presentation.
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There's a trick to getting Kingdom Hearts 3 running smoothly.
Over on Twitter, Kingdom Hearts fans are laughing, crying, and even baking.
Affected customers will be given a $25 gift coupon.
One of Nomura's new projects include the Final Fantasy 7 remake.
Watch her perform the theme to Kingdom Hearts and end theme for Kingdom Hearts 3.
Both the epilogue and secret video need to be downloaded separately after Kingdom Hearts 3 launches.
Square Enix acknowledges Kingdom Hearts 3 leak, warns fans to avoid spoilers.
All the news and updates from Microsoft's X018 that wasn't fit to print alone.
A new collection combines past Kingdom Hearts games in a convenient package.
And Haley Joel Osment is back!
A trip to San Fransokyo.
Sea salt ice cream, anyone?
"Garwsh, Sora! This summary is three hours long!"
Tetsuya Nomura on why Final Fantasy characters haven't really been shown off yet for Kingdom Hearts 3.
We don't know if this is accurate, or just a placeholder. We can guess though.
Is there a snake in my boot, or am I actually excited about a Kingdom Hearts game again?
Plus at D23 Expo on July 15, a new world and another new trailer will be released.
2020 will be a cool year for Square Enix.
Director Tetsuya Nomura admits that Square Enix' next flagship games aren't near the finish line.