PODCAST Released on Jun 05, 2018
E3 is just around the corner, so it's time for some prediction madness (and some news!)
Yep, that's right, this episode we're running through all of the pre-E3 2018 news related to Kingdom Hearts 3, including the playable demo and the concert that will be taking place.
Then it's onto the big ticket item itself, Kingdom Heart 3's presence at E3 outside of the demo. The guys discuss thing such as new trailers, the theme song, voice acting, Final Fantasy characters, new worlds and of course, the release date!
To round out the episode, we then have some classic questions relating to the future of Kingdom Hearts after the third major game releases and DLC!
Barry Norton, Louis James, Satria Djajasudarma, Chris Morales, Eric Decker, Harley Crawley, Josh MacNab, Michael Graham, Raechel Casterton, Thorin Bullen, Zach Duranto, Billy Jackson, Darren Matthews, John McCrea, Joseph Robertson, Keith Field, Mike Shirley-Donnelly, Mohammed Qayum, Vitanitas, Zach Porter, Zeldaclone, Avery Ferrante, Chris de Hoog, coolsonh, Dendriana Kai, Garrett Peterson, Griffin Golding, Jannis Jr., Jared Winer, Joseph Hull, mcgregml, Philippe W. Naud, Samantha Beigel, Scott Bechtel, Sheena_TH, Simon Kuperman, Sloan, Thomas Dixon, Tony, Benny Chen, Bleu Machine, Tyler Walsh, Miles Ribbans, ciel, Michael, Richard Homan, Prakash Acharya, Christian Burge, David Campbell, Chocobohno, Tyson Wildman, Patrick, Rob Porter, David C, Alex Ray-Snyder, Nahi Kablaoui
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