KINGDOM HEARTS III: My top villain list of from Walt Disney and Square EnixEditWe're all waiting for Kingdom Hearts 3 for 8 years since the release of Kingdom Hearts 2 in 2005. When I played Kindom Hearts back in 2005, it started from a-child-friendly game and gradually turned in to dark sinister story. I was really young back then and sometimes when I'm playing alone, I got scared when the giant scary-looking heartless appeared. From then on, whenevr I play Kingdom Hearts, I'm always looking for surprises and mini-games.
Because I've played Kingdom Hearts at such a young age, they've left such a huge impression on me. Listening to Kingdom Hearts music brings it all back. All the good memories of my 2005. It's so nostalgic. I've also played a lot of Final Fantasy Series and some Square Soft's (Square Enix) games.
We still have a long time to wait before they release Kingdom Hearts III for the PlayStation 3 and XBox One. So now, while we're waiting, all I can do is to hope that one of my top 10 Disney Worlds get in the game.
Here are my Top 10 List: 私のトップ10リスト:
1. Hocus Pocus (Villain: Sanderson Sisters)
2. Treasure Planet (Villain: Captain Nathaniel Flint)
3. The Incredibles (Villain: Syndrome)
4. Brave (Villain: Mor'du)
5. Pocahontas (Villain: Governor Ratcliffe
6. Finding Nemo (Villain: Darla)
7. The Rescuers (Villain: Poacher MeLeach)
8. Tangled (Villain: Mother Gothel)
9. A Bug's Life (Villain: Hopper)
10. The Jungle Book (Villain: Shere Khan)
KINGDOM HEARTS III: Walt Disney Villains and the Organization XIII + XionEdit
Please tell me what worlds you would like to see in kingdom Hearts III. I always read online that most people want to see Star Wars world because it's owned by Disney now. Walt Disney also bought Marvels, so they can use Marvel characters but I think it's too much.
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KINGDOM HEARTS III - News so far... Will we get it in 2014?Edit
Sora will once again be the protagonist of the game. The game will also see the return of Riku, Donald Duck, Goofy, and King Mickey, as well as the inclusion of familiar Disney characters. Continuing from Dream Drop Distance, Sora, Donald and Goofy will attempt to search for seven guardians of light and the "Key to Return Hearts", while King Mickey and Riku search for previous Keyblade wielders, in an attempt to stop Master Xehanort's plan to balance the light and darkness, which may ultimately lead to the final showdown between Sora and Master Xehanort.
The game will feature new and familiar worlds based on Disney properties, and will serve as the final chapter of the "Dark Seeker" saga.
After Square Enix finished development of Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts producer Tetsuya Nomura was approached by Disney who expressed interest in a sequel. In regard to a possible release of a Kingdom Hearts III, Nomura said "We have various ideas, but we're not at the point where we can say that." He added that due to the development ofFinal Fantasy XV (which at the time was Final Fantasy Versus XIII), "it's physically impossible at the present. I feel that it's not the right time to talk about the future of Kingdom Hearts." In response to questions as to the secret movie in Final Mix, Nomura noted that it was of a "new series" in Kingdom Hearts rather than Kingdom Hearts III. When asked about Kingdom Hearts III, Nomura noted that fans and partners alike were interested in its release, and would work to "realize it" as soon as possible. In the Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Ultimania guide book, Nomura announced three upcoming titles, one of which was Kingdom Hearts III. However, Final Fantasy XV was still his primary focus, preventing him from starting production onKingdom Hearts III. He later noted that Kingdom Hearts III would not see a release until after 2012, due to his pressing on Final Fantasy XV, regardless of the 10th anniversary of the series occurring in that year. The Nintendo 3DS video game Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance was announced to connect to Kingdom Hearts III, both in terms of gameplay system and story, similar to the connection between Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts II. It has been confirmed by Tetsuya Nomura that the game will conclude the "Xehanort Saga" but will not be the final game in the series.
On June 10, 2013, Kingdom Hearts III was announced with a teaser at Sony's E3 event, to release on the PlayStation 4. In a conference the day after, Square Enix confirmed that the game would also be released on the Xbox One, effectively being built as a port of the PlayStation 4 version. Unlike Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II which were developed by Square Enix's Product Development Division 1 team, Kingdom Hearts III will be developed by Square Enix's 1st Production Department, who developed Birth by Sleep and Dream Drop Distance, and worked on the HD 1.5 Remix collection.
Since the release of Kingdom Hearts II, Disney has acquired Pixar Animation Studios, Marvel Entertainment, and Lucasfilm. When asked if any of these properties would appear in Kingdom Hearts III, Nomura said, "Whenever I hear of an acquisition, I always say, ‘woah…they’ve done it again.’ The first thing I do when I find out this news is contact Disney and see if it’s something I can use in Kingdom Hearts." He went on to say that "Disney’s pretty honest on the possibility of an inclusion. If the situation is really difficult, they’ll say, it’s really difficult. If it’s impossible, they’ll say it’s impossible."
Directly after E3 2013, Tetsuya Nomura claimed that Kingdom Hearts III was announced "too early", based on where the game currently stands in development. He continued by saying, "Many fans were feeling impatient due to our continuous releases of spin-off titles, so we decided to announce it at the same time as Final Fantasy XV".
In an interview with Famitsu in June 2013, Nomura discussed the updated visuals seen in the reveal trailer as well as the gameplay. On the visuals, he said that they tried to remember that these "Kingdom Hearts characters were originally paintbrush art from Disney productions, a texture that was one of our original aims, and that it was time to return to that. So chief creative director Takeshi Nozue went through a series of tests, and the results are the visuals that we refer to in the team as the Kingdom Shader. It may look like a pretty drastic change, but I see it as a rich evolution of everything we've shown you up to now." Regarding the gameplay, Nomura stated: "The action's pretty frantic. The really bold action we've always had is getting even crazier. Kingdom Hearts III has three-person parties, but NPCs and other characters join the fight in each individual world, and the resulting action is really flashy and exciting. The enemy AI is a lot more intricate, too, and I think the gameplay will reflect that new dynamic balance. For example, there's a foe that's shaped like a vehicle, and Sora may jump on it and fly around; that's already implemented." Sora will gain the ability to change the shape of his Keyblade, much like Aqua's ability in Birth by Sleep.
In a Square Enix Presents interview during E3 2013, Nomura stated that the combat in the game will be along the lines of the system seen in Kingdom Hearts II, with evolution similar to what was seen from Kingdom Hearts to Kingdom Hearts II. He stated that the handheld games' combat was a place he could experiment and try new things, and that some of the well received additions may appear in Kingdom Hearts III. He also stated that summoning will return, but in a different form and system than previous games. Nomura further stated that Sora will be the main character to play as, but will look into having others be playable, such as King Mickey, if it fits in the context of the game. Finally, Nomura said multiplayer is also being considered. Nomura added in an interview in July 2013 that the gameplay would be closely tied to that in Dream Drop Distance.
Series producer Shinji Hashimoto stated in a September 2013 interview with IGN that as both Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy XV are directed by Nomura, it is expected that there will be significant gap between the release of the two, "as they want each game to be perfect in terms of quality." Hashimoto also reiterated Nomura's statements about the game's announced at E3 2013, as "the company thought it was about time it addressed speculation about the long-awaited conclusion to the trilogy."
At the D23 Expo Japan 2013 in October, a new gameplay video of Kingdom Hearts III was shown with various Disneyland rides being utilized in combat, along with many cosmetic upgrades from Kingdom Hearts II. Also in October 2013, Teruzane Utada, father of singer Hikaru Utada, stated on Twitter that Hikaru would once again be involved in the theme song for Kingdom Hearts III, as she did with Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. He later clarified, however, that it is still undecided on their involvement.
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ファイナルファンタジーXII インターナショナル ゾディアックジョブシステム HD リマスターのゲームプレートレーラーです。was re-released in Japan as an International Version with the subtitle Zodiac Job System, which modifies the game's character development system by introducing jobs. Zodiac Job System version hasn't been released outside of Asia.
✪ キャラのリスト (List of Characters) ✪
13:57 ヴァン (Vaan)
06:38 パンネロ (Penelo)
04:18 バルフレア・ミド・ブナンザ (Balthier mied Bunansa)
17:24 フラン (Fran)
12:50 アーシェ・バナルガン・ダルマスカ (Ashelia B'nargin Dalmasca)
12:29 バッシュ・フォン・ローゼンバーグ (Basch fon Ronsenburg)00:13 ラーサー・ファルナス・ソリドール (Larsa Ferrinas Solidor)
33:06 ヴェイン・カルダス・ソリドール (Vayne Carudas Solidor)
20:12 グラミス・ガンナ・ソリドール (Emperor Gramis Gana Solidor)
28:16 ジャッジ・ガブラス (Judge Gabranth)
41:17 ノア・フォン・ローゼンバーグ (Noah fon Ronsenburg)
33:54 ハルム・オンドール4世 (Marquis Halim Ondore IV)
28:49 シドルファス・デム・ブナンザ (Cidolfus Demen Bunansa)
30:00 ヴェーネス (Venat)
27:22 大僧正アナスタシス (Gran Kiltias Anastasis)
04:23 バッガモナン (Ba'Gamnan)
02:02 ギース (Judge Ghis)
08:34 ウォースラ・ヨーク・アズラス (Vossler York Azelas)
15:18 ミュリン (Mjrn)
17:16 ヨーテ (Jote)
22:17 アルシド・マルガラス (Al-Cid Margrace)
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