Wreck-It Ralph has been revealed to be a summon in Kingdom Hearts III at the Kingdom Hearts III Premiere Event today.
In gameplay videos released by several gaming outlets, gameplay footage was shown that featured Ralph being summoned by Sora in the world of Toy Box.
A full gameplay analysis will be available soon, so keep an eye on KH13.com for all upcoming news from the Premiere Event! Check out screenshots of Ralph in action below.
Are you excited to see Wreck-It Ralph in Kingdom Hearts III? Let us know in the comments below.
For everything on the Premiere Event, check out our coverage here.
- May 18 2018 09:10 AM
- by George Foster
Drake Bell, an American singer and actor, recently hinted with two retweets that he is apparently going to take the role of Young Master Eraqus, concerning the voice recording of Kingdom Hearts III.
Recently, James Woods, the voice actor for Hades, also confirmed through his Twitter account that he was working on a new Kingdom Hearts game. In addition, a rumor recently surfaced which involved the Spanish voice actors of Hiro and Baymax in Big Hero 6, hinting toward the possibility of them being involved with Kingdom Hearts III.
Do you think there are soon going to be new reveals about Kingdom Hearts III voice actors? Share your opinion with us in the comment section below!
- Apr 10 2018 12:39 PM
- by Yoshirai
The Japanese Kingdom Hearts Portal Site has been updated with a new layout and features. The site now includes information such as merch news and new trailers, the line up of Kingdom Hearts games, and a timeline of the events within Kingdom Hearts. The portal site will be updated periodically.
You can check out the tweet from the Japanese Kingdom Hearts Twitter below. Translations for the tweet are listed below as well. (Thanks to KH13 staff member Mio-Chan for the translations!)
“Kingdom Hearts series portal site has been updated! We will continue to send out information periodically, so please look forward to it.”
What do you think about this update? Do you hope the English Kingdom Hearts Portal Site will be updated as well? Let us know in the comments below!
- Apr 02 2018 09:38 AM
- by Leamax
Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Riku now available on Square Enix Store Japan, NA, Europe, and AmiAmi; releasing on July 7th, 2018, in Japan, August 2018, in NA, and September 2018 in Europe
Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Riku is available for pre-order on Square Enix Japan and AmiAmi. Square Enix Japan has the figure listed for 7,344 yen (about $70.00) and releasing on July 7th, 2018 while AmiAmi has it discounted by 25% for a price of 5,500 yen (about $52.00) with a July 2018 release date. You can view the gallery of the figure below.
Specifications for the figure are available on AmiAmi. You can view them below.
Pre-painted Complete Action Figure
Size: Approx. W58mm x D39mm x H164mm
-Bring Arts base
-Optional hands x4
A description from Square Enix Japan is also available. You can view it below. (Thanks to KH13 Staff member NihonScribe for the translation)
From the 6in. Bring Arts line, Riku makes his appearance!
Kingdom Hearts series' numbered title, Kingdom Hearts III's Riku debuts in Bring Arts!
From throughout his adventure in the Dark Seeker Saga, Riku has been faithfully reproduced, showing his daring growth. Up until his hairstyle, facial expression, and costume folds were decided, all were tenderly molded and expressed in detailed color, leading to an impressive finish. Besides securing adequate range of motion, there are two replaceable expression parts and 6 different wrist parts included, allowing for a variety of poses you can enjoy when recreating scenes.
Square Enix announced Brings Art Riku back in February shortly after the two trailers were released at D23 Japan 2018.
UPDATE [Mar 5, 2018]: You can now pre-order Kingdom Hearts III Riku Bring Arts at the Square Enix Store - Europe for €61.19/£53.99, and save 10% off of the original price of €67.99/£59.99. The Kingdom Hearts III Riku Bring Arts releases September 2018.
UPDATE [Mar 5, 2018]: You can now pre-order Kingdom Hearts III Riku Bring Arts at the Square Enix Store - North America for $62.99, and save 10% off of the original price of $69.99, until March 15, 2018. The Kingdom Hearts III Riku Bring Arts releases August 2018.
- Mar 05 2018 06:48 PM
- by Leamax
Takeharu Ishimoto and Tsuyoshi Sekito revealed to be working alongside Yoko Shimomura on music for Kingdom Hearts III
Giving an interview with Famitsu, series director Tetsuya Nomura revealed that Takeharu Ishimoto and Tsuyoshi Sekito will be working on music for Kingdom Hearts III. While discussing the release of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Original Soundtrack, Nomura talked about their increasing output of music for the Kingdom Hearts series including important battles and showed his appreciation of their continued work on the series.
Ishimoto and Sekito will be working alongside Yoko Shimomura in a similar capacity to their previous contributions to the series in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep and Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. The full quote can be seen below and thanks to NihonScribe for the translation.
In relevant Kingdom Hearts music news, the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- Encore tour was announced to start in June 2018 with Yoko Shimomura appearing at select venues.
Interviewer: And now I think Nomura has a few words to say to Ishimoto.
Nomura: You have been working on some music and various soundtracks for the "Kingdom Hearts" series, but now you've decided to work together with Mr. Sekito (Tsuyoshi) on "Kingdom Hearts III" music. Up until now the number of songs have been increasing, and because we need songs that form and go along with important battles, I hope you keep continuing with us. I'm grateful for your continued support from now on (laughs)
What do you think about this news? Do you like Ishimoto's and Sekito's music? Let us know in the comments below
- Mar 02 2018 05:57 AM
- by Axeken