Last week Square Enix promised everyone a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III DLC, Re:MIND, which is coming to continue the saga and tell more of Organization XIII's story this winter. Check out the latest footage after the jump.
That's right, this is not a post that includes a Kingdom Hearts III DLC trailer, it's a post about an upcoming post that will include a Kingdom Hearts III DLC trailer! Read on for more.
If you've been patiently waiting for the second part of Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience, it's almost here. Square Enix announced plans to launch the update for free on July 25 in Japan, which, as Sony points out, means it touches down on PSVR in the west on July 24. Read on for more.
Have you played everything Kingdom Hearts III has to offer at this point? Don't worry, because Square Enix has more in store for the latest entry. New downloadable content called "Re:Mind" was revealed during the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra: World of Tres concert in Tokyo, so read on for more info.
Kingdom Hearts fans who like to test their might turn to the toughest option available, Critical Mode, which tosses in a bunch of different variants to increase the challenge. That mode is finally coming to Kingdom Hearts III for free tomorrow, so read on for a message from Tetsuya Nomura.
Kingdom Hearts III has been out in the wild for over a month, but Square Enix has a new video to highlight both it and the exclusive BRING ARTS figure collection that features Toy Story world versions of Sora, Donald, and Goofy. Read on for more.
D23: The Official Disney Fan Club recently sat down to speak with Bill Farmer (Goofy) and Tony Anselmo (Donald) about what makes the series special and some of their favorite memories over the years. Read on for more.
Kingdom Hearts III launched on Friday in Japan and Asia, with the west to follow on January 29. That means there's still time for one more burst of footage, so see more of what's in store in the overview trailer after the jump.
Another orchestral tour is on the way to celebrate the music of the Kingdom Hearts series. Square Enix announced plans for Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres-, which starts in Japan this April before heading off to a bunch of U.S. cities and other locations around the globe. Read on for more.