Back in Boston - back when I was bitten - I wasn’t alone. My best friend was there, and she got bit too. We didn’t know what to do. So…she says, “Let’s just wait it out. Y’know, we can be all poetic and just lose our minds together”. I’m still waiting for my turn.


Famitsu recently conducted an interview with KINGDOM HEARTS creator Tetsuya Nomura. Released today, Nomura reveals that the development of KINGDOM HEARTS 3 is coming along smoothly, and that new and announcements will be made soon. One of the events where news will be released will be at D23 in November, as well as E3 in June. He also revealed that a game being developed for smartphones will be announced soon, possibly at E3. Could this finally be the release of KINGDOM HEARTS χ[chi] in Western territories.

“We have some interesting things planned. There will be Kingdom Hearts III news, and various things, I think. Kingdom Hearts III development is going smoothly, but there will also be new announcements connected to it. As one of those new announcements, I think we should be able to announce a smartphone-specific development for the series in short order.”

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Thanks to Gematsu


The Fallout Pop! series includes both a male and female Lone Wanderer,
the protagonist from Fallout 3, alongside a slew of enemies.

No Fallout collection would be complete without a Deathclaw Pop!,

One of the most fearsome mutant dwellers of the Wasteland or
a lethal soldier from the Brotherhood of Steel!

You may want to seriously consider adding the unnatural brawn
of a Super Mutant and impulsively savage Ghoul to your group too!

And get ready! Vault Boy - essentially the mascot and
face of the Fallout series - is coming as a Pop! too!

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For those of you who were busy with the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season, here is a Christmas present from Square Enix - a new trailer for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX.

This compilation will include Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix, Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep Final Mix, and HD cinematic scenes from Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded. It is set to release in 2014.

An interview with creator Tetsuya Nomura by Famitsu shows that Nomura is well aware that Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance is left out of the loop. Apparently, Nomura believes it is an integral chapter to the series and is currently looking for a way to give it the HD mainstream system treatment the other games in the series have been given. I will keep you all posted as news comes. Happy Holidays from Square Enix, and your friendly neighborhood Kingdom Hearts blog!