Why only Cloud versions? I can understand why they do it with KHIII, but the others games should be released as physical copies or at least be downloadable from the eshop. It can't be that difficult.
I like what I see. Luxord is one of my favourite Organisation members and now he finally seems to play an important part.
Well, I found some, but they all seem rather lackluster. Perhaps I should buy the Ultimania, I will not be able to understand a single word, but artworks, maps, screenshots etc. will give me a chance to understand at least a bit of what the pages want me to tell.
It's a shame that none of those were released outside of Japan.
Would you recommend buying one, although its only written in Japanese?
Yes, I'm aware of the existence of several internet guides. But like I said, I'm looking for a physical book to read. I don't even own the game, since Square Enix hasn't released it for the Switch (yet). But I still want to dive into this beautiful adventure by reading about everything that is going to happen on that journey, so I can enjoy the huge amount of cutscenes right after that.
I always enjoyed reading official guides that were released for most of the different titles of the KH series. With KH3 out for about two month now, I decided to look for an official guide, but sadly I haven't found one so far. Yes, I'm aware that the Ultimania exists, but it's only written in Japanese and I'd like to understand what I'm reading. For previous entries of the series there were Brady Games or other companies, but from what I've heard those companies do not longer exist.
Is there any rumor, about an official guide from another company? Of course there is the internet, but call me old-fashioned, I still prefer having an actual product in my hand.
Thanks in advance for answers.
Interesting, that's my birthday. Now I only need this game to be confirmed for Nintendo Switch.
OMG, it looks amazing, but will Europe also get it at the same date? Will we get it at all?
Nice to know. I hope there'll be links soon to watch them directly. I feel like watching the whole story again before KH3 might be a good idea.
Nice to know. Will those cutscenes be available to watch directly in the future? I would like that. And while we're at it, can we expect the cutscenes from x too?
Ok, didn't notice that, I thought it was an artwork of the series as a whole, since the Organisation members who vanished in COM are also present.
I totally agree with you. It's the same with games. I always prefer to have something that I can hold in my hands.
But why isn't Xion visible in this artwork, has the Days manga not been released in America yet?
Indeed, I am. Thank you. Hopefully all other missing cutscenes (like for example the new Final Mix ones) will be available there soon. I'm looking forward to it. Especially to the new Re:Coded ones.
I did not expect that in the United States the story still isn't complete. Here where I live the story is already complete. But we have a lot more volumes, which also surprises me.
Yes, that's exactlly what I meant. I cannot play the Final Mix games since I do not own a PS3 but it would be very nice to watch them directly on a bigger screen. I would really appreciate it if you could work on this.
That's nice. Is it also planned that these cutscenes can be directly watched like for example those of the original KH?
Thats kinda mean... Once Nintendo exclusive titles of the series get ported, yet there is no release of Sony-exclusive games for a Nintendo cosole. Maybe the NX is more lucky.
I wanted to watch some of the cutscenes from this great game and found out that some of the links don't work. I wasn't able to view the cutscenes of Sora's and Riku's first visit in Traverse Town and also Sora's cutscens from La Cite de Cloches weren't available for me. The link worked, but it led me to Riku's cutscenes from the same world. The original link to Riku's cutscenes did not work either.
I'm using Mozilla Firefox if that is of interest. Thanks in advance if someone could fix that.
I wonder, is there already an Ultimania for the whole series, covering all the games released so far? Something like Hyrule Historia for the Zelda series?
Then why no Wii U version? There have been some KH-games for the DS and one for the 3DS and the GBA. Do not think NIntendo gamers aren't interested in playing KH-games.
Well then, happy new year. Lets look forward to an intersting year.