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Elfdemon_

Member Since 29 Jan 2016
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Why don't Donald and Goofy ever get new outfits?

27 February 2018 - 07:07 PM

Sora got a new outfit in KH1, KH2, DDD, and KH3. Riku got a new outfit in KH1, at the end of CoM, in KH2, DDD, and KH3. Kairi got a new outfit in KH1, KH2 and KH3. Mickey got a new outfit in BBS, KH1/CoM, KH2, and KH3.

So, why don't Donald and Goofy ever get new outfits? Sure, they have different outfits that they alternate between, such as their royal Disney Castle outfits, the outfits they wear when they adventure with Sora, and their casual classic Disney outfits, but they never get any new outfits like Sora, Riku, Kairi, and Mickey do. They've had the same three outfits ever since KH1. They need new adventure/battle outfits that maybe sort of match Sora's KH3 outfit, just like how Riku and Mickey's KH3 outfits match.

What do you think? Do you think Donald and Goofy should get new outfits? And why do you think they've never received new outfits?


I hope we get to fight the Disney villains as bosses for each Disney world in Kingdom H...

25 February 2018 - 07:10 PM

From what we've seen in Kingdom Hearts III trailers so far, we'll be fighting a Heartless boss in each world, and possibly an Organization XIII member in each world. The only Disney villains that we have seen so far, aside from Maleficent and Pete, are Hades and Lythos. I hope we will still be able to fight against the Disney villains for each respective world. I want to fight Zurg from Toy Story. I want to fight Lythos, Hydros, Pyros, Stratos, and the Cyclops from Hercules. I want to fight Randall from Monsters, Inc. I want to fight Mother Gothel from Tangled. And I want to fight Yokai from Big Hero 6.

We fought against Heartless bosses in KH2, as well as the Disney villains, but for Beast's Castle, we fought Xaldin instead of Gaston. I hope that the Organization XIII members in Kingdom Hearts III aren't taking the place of the Disney villains for each world like how Xaldin took the place of Gaston. It's possible that we don't even fight the Organization XIII members in the Disney worlds that they show up in in Kingdom Hearts III, and they just appear and talk to Sora to try to manipulate him like they did in Dream Drop Distance, but it seems like they are trying to make the Disney worlds more relevant to the overall plot (which is a good thing), so it seems sort of like the Organization XIII members might be taking the place of the Disney villains in order to make that happen. If we are going to fight the Organization XIII members in the Disney worlds, then I hope it doesn't replace the Disney villain boss fights, and they are just another separate boss fight instead.

Another point of concern is the fact that most of the Disney worlds will have new unique original plots that differ or continue from the respective Disney movies. This is a good thing because it's fixing something many people complained about from the previous games, which is having to play through the exact plot from the Disney movies, but it's a point of concern in regards to which characters will appear in the worlds. The fact that some of the worlds are having plots that continue from where the Disney movies left off could mean that we won't be fighting the Disney villains from those worlds, since they were defeated in the movies. I hope they find a way to make the villains return somehow, because not having a boss fight against Yokai in the Big Hero 6 world or a fight against Zurg or Stinky Pete in the Toy Story world would be a really big missed opportunity.

I might be overthinking things, but who knows.

What are your thoughts on this?


Don't Think Twice/Chikai has really grown on me

21 February 2018 - 01:01 AM

When I first heard Don't Think Twice (called "Chikai" in Japanese), I was sort of on the fence about it. I got super emotional and teared up listening to it the first time because it's the KH3 Utada theme, but at the same time, I was sort of somewhat disappointed when I compared it to Simple And Clean and Sanctuary. But, after listening to it more and more, the more it grows on me. I absolutely love it now. It's a really beautiful song and it really sort of encompasses my feelings towards this series. I can understand why some people think it might be "meh," since I used to have somewhat of that mindset, but I love it now. It's grown on me so much.

I can just imagine hearing it as the credits roll for KH3 after a super emotional ending and super emotional game experience as a whole.


Kingdom Hearts III Sora (Second Form) Bring Arts figure releasing May 30, 2018 for...

20 January 2018 - 06:17 PM

Back in September 2017, it was announced that there will be a new Kingdom Hearts Bring Arts figure of Sora in his new Second Form from Kingdom Hearts III that will be releasing in 2018. This new Drive Form of Sora's was first shown off in the Kingdom Hearts III - Orchestra Trailer. Second Form is tied to the Kingdom Key Keyblade and gives Sora's outfit the same colors as his Kingdom Hearts II outfit, and allows Sora to use abilities from Kingdom Hearts II and the first Kingdom Hearts, similar to how Limit Form worked in Kingdom Hearts II. So, the figure will also come with the Kingdom Key Keyblade.

Now, it has been revealed by Previews World that the Sora (Second Form) Bring Arts figure will be releasing May 30, 2018, and will be available to purchase for $59.99 USD. You can find out if you can pre-order it from your local comic shop here.

The product description for the Kingdom Hearts III Sora (Second Form) Bring Arts figure, provided by Previews World, can be seen below:

From Square Enix. A PREVIEWS Exclusive! This action figure of Sora, the protagonist of KINGDOM HEARTS III, has been re-created with great detail even though it stands at only six inches tall. This easy-to-carry figure is so compact it fits right in the palm of your hands! With a wide range of motion in the articulated joints, you can recreate action poses and scenes from the game. Sora's Keyblade, which comes in two separate forms, as well as plenty of other interchangeable hands and face parts are included with the figure to make him even more fun to pose. Paintwork that faithfully recreates the in-game CG, such as the crisp contrast of colors, creates a small but impressive figure. Figure includes display stand.

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This is following the recent news that the Sora (Second Form) Bring Arts figure will be available to purchase at D23 Expo Japan 2018. The figure will cost ¥6,264 (approx. $56.69 USD), tax included. D23 Expo Japan 2018 will take place from February 10th - 12th, 2018. This figure is also a part of the D23 pre-order lottery, where it's available with only 2,000 copies. You can find out more about the figure being sold at D23 Expo Japan 2018 and the D23 pre-order lottery in the article here.

Kingdom Hearts series director Tetsuya Nomura has previously stated that "Second Form" is only a tentative name for the time being so this new Drive Form will possibly get a name change in the future.

What do you guys think about this figure? Will you be buying it as a companion to your Play Arts Kai figure of Kingdom Hearts III Sora, the upcoming Bring Arts figure of Sora's Kingdom Hearts III Guardian Form, or the upcoming Bring Arts figures of Sora, Donald, and Goofy from the Toy Story world in Kingdom Hearts III? Let us know in the comments below.

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Kingdom Hearts Crown Watches will be available to purchase at D23 Expo Japan 2018 and i...

17 January 2018 - 09:34 PM

Two new Kingdom Hearts-themed watches are going to be made available to purchase at D23 Expo Japan 2018, which is taking place February 10th - 12th, 2018. Both of the watches are titled "Kingdom Hearts Watch -Crown-," and they will cost ¥21,600 (approx. $194.18 USD) each, tax included. The watches are identical aside from their color. One of them has a white watch face, and the other has a black watch face. They both a golden crown symbol on their face, and a black leather band.

These watches are also part of the D23 pre-order lottery, where they're available with only 30 copies each.

Kingdom Hearts Watch -Crown- White 1Kingdom Hearts Watch -Crown- White 2Kingdom Hearts Watch -Crown- Black 1Kingdom Hearts Watch -Crown- Black 2Kingdom Hearts Watch -Crown-a2a1f0e2869fcdc7fe8c07ddf5e56b20

Thanks to KH13 staff member Mio-chan for the translations!

These watches are similar to the Kingdom Hearts watch by K.uno that released on October 28, 2017 on ZOZOTOWN Rendez-Vous as a part of the retailer's Disney Lifestyle Collection. The main differences between them is that the crown symbol on the previous watch was black rather than the golden color it is on the recent two watches, as well as the D23 logo on the recent watches. You can find out more about the first watch here.

The Kingdom Hearts III Sora (Second Form) Bring Arts figure will be available to purchase at D23 Expo Japan 2018 as well, and it's also a part of the D23 pre-order lottery with only 2,000 copies available. Check out more about that in the article here.

What do you guys think about these watches? Let us know in the comments below.

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