The next issue of Famitsu Weekly is to feature an interview with Kingdom Hearts director Tetsuya Nomura and snippets of it have appeared online. This small part of the interview gives us some info on the Western version of Birth by Sleep and some insight into the future of the Kingdom Hearts series.
Nomura also confirms in the interview that a new title is "being prepared for public
Famitsu have recently published an interview they had with Yoichi Yoshimoto and Tai Yasue of the Osaka-based team behind Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep.
The interview mostly covers the development of the game and contains a few facts that fans will find interesting. Be warned though that the interview contains a few spoilers and may upset a few readers who do not wish to spoil the g
The latest issue of Game Informer magazine has a small import preview of Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, and while that's all nice, they have published a key piece of information. They've announced when the game is likely to arrive in North America.
Information about voice acting sessions was already common knowledge, but the game now has an actual release window, Summer 2010. It me
The next issue of Famitsu Weekly is set to contain an interview with the developers of Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, snippets of the interview have been found online and translated by a member of Heartstation.
The Interview in its entirety looks set to cover some brief history of the Kingdom Hearts series and may also contain a little of the future too. Birth by Sleep will be the
Details of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Ultimania have surfaced including the cover art and a few details of the contents found within.
The details are as follows:
- Following the 3 main characterâ€™s scenarios, information on how to obtain their deck commands, details explaining the mini games, all sorts of data on the regular game play contents, bea
Japanese magazine Famitsu are currently paying tribute to its fans' favourite characters with Kingdom Hearts' main character Sora being one of those chosen. Famitsu have therefore interviewed Sora's creator Tetsuya Nomura on the birth of Sora and the possible future of the Kingdom Hearts series.
Sora's original design was meant to be a mix between a lion and a human, incorporating a
The final episode of Kingdom Hearts: Coded has been released prompting an official site update to include information about Episode 8 of the mobile phone game series.
The Coded series is currently an exclusive to Japanese shores due to the technology used in mobile phones over there but Square Enix may release it to Western territories eventually. Alongside each episode of the game, t
Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep was released in Japan two weeks ago on the 9th of January and sales are looking good for the PSP exclusive title.
Reports are showing that the game has now sold over 623,000 copies with no sign of sales slowing down. It's no surprise really when you consider the fanbase behind the Kingdom Hearts series and high scores from reviewers such as Japanese maga
Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep was recently released in Japan on the 9th of January and it's proving to be very popular among the Japanese market.
The game was recorded to have sold 446,000 copies in a mere two days since its release with some shops in Japan claiming they had run out of the PSP title. Popularity within the Kingdom Hearts brand is surely a good thing for Square Enix
Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep is due for release in Japan tomorrow so it is only logical that some fans have been lucky enough to grab a copy of the game a day early.
A few pictures have appeared online of both the case and the manual for the PSP title which will be available to everyone in Japan on the official release date tomorrow on the 9th of January, 2010.