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Square-Enix has confirmed that the upcoming rhythm game, 'Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory', will be making an appearance at thus year's Tokyo Game Show, with the online event taking place on September 25th at 20:15 JST (07:15 EST and 04:15 PST), and will include the following guests:
  • Susumu Imata (MC)
  • Ichiro Hazama ('Melody of Memory' Producer)
  • Tetsuya Nomura ('Melody of Memory' Director) (is also referred to as *Voice from the Heavens*...)
  • Masanobu Suzui ('Melody of Memory' Co-Director)
  • Shinya Kiyozuka (Pianist)
  • Yoko Shimomura (Composer)
  • Kasumi Ashizawa (Game Talent)
Following yesterday's reveal that 'Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory' would be released this November, Square-Enix surprised fans with the final trailer for the game, which you can check out below:


Additionally, series director, Tetsuya Nomura, left a message on the official Japanese Kingdom Hearts Twitter account, which has been translated and read below:

During today's Nintendo Direct Mini, a surprise announcement was made in regards to 'Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory', confirming that the game will be releasing in Japan November 11th and everywhere else on November 13th for the PS4, XBONE, and Nintendo Switch! Check out a new short trailer below from today's Nintendo Direct Mini event:


In addition to the release date announcement, the game's cover art has been revealed as well:

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Lastly, the official 'Melody of Memory' Japanese website has been updated, providing a new render of Sora, Donald, and Goofy, as well as screenshots, a list of some tracks expected to be in the game, and what appears to be the game's version of Dearly Beloved, which you can check out below:

The guys over at Epic Games (developer of the Unreal Engine) have been spotlighting recent games that utilize Unreal Engine 4, and today, their focus was none other than 'Kingdom Hearts III'! Check out their video below, which gives an interesting look into how the game was developed, as well as their article (which you can read here or below the video):

The official Square-Enix Music Twitter account surprised fans today with some details on the much requested original soundtrack of 'Kingdom Hearts III' that was announced about a month ago that should get people excited:
First off, the soundtrack has been confirmed to be released in a few months on November 11 (with the digital version of the soundtrack releasing worldwide on the same date)! Also, the soundtrack will consist of 8 discs, and will contain over 90 songs not just from 'Kingdom Hearts III', but also music from the Re:MIND DLC, as well as additional tracks from HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, Unchained X, and Union X[cross] that never got an official release! There will also be a campaign in mid-September where fans can enter a lottery to win autographs from the composers who have contributed to the music of the series (Yoko Shimomura, Takeharu Ishimoto & Tsuyoshi Sekito). The soundtrack can be pre-ordered from the following locations at this time: