Kingdom Hearts director Tetsuya Nomura says getting Star Wars in the series isn't so easy.
I'd rather not, they should leave both Marvel and Star Wars out of these games IMO.
I think it should be in the game. Darth Vader fight with a Lightsaber keyblade is a dream come true.
Wasn't Tron in kingdom hearts?
Yeah. That's fully Disney.
thats just it though, they made Tron work and it was pretty cool
Pirates of the Caribbean looked very out of place tho.
If it ever happens, the Internet will explode.
@ Tolkoto Right. Is it because everyone sees too much of star wars that nobody want to see more of it? that would make sense. as far as movies go Tron and star wars were live action Sci-fi movies of over 20 years ago.
I really hope not, it just doesn't fit. Tron didn't fit and looked out of place. Keep it with Disney cartoon movies. Plus wouldn't that break Disney's agreement with EA?
Honestly? looking at the look they are going for im not very sure star wars would fit id rather they use more iconic disney movies first. Then after xehanorts story is over they can give it a go
So is Nomura directing both KH3 and the FFVII remake? If so this man never rest continuously handling big projects, no wonder he was removed from directing FFXV
Square is sucking him dry, poor guy. He need his rest :( With that said, he should make KH4 right after KH3 releases xD
He can likely over see both as he doesn't need to 100% be on 1 game to hand out orders or over see concepts. FFVII is a completed concept. KH3 will likely have a lot more hands on time from him as its all new.
@ Mega The wait for the next numbered Kingdom Hearts never rests @ Edmix This isn't like KH1.5 and KH2.5 ReMix where they just upscaled efforts. FFVII is being built from the ground up. Adapting the classic game to a modern era is no small feat, it'll require even more hands-on work than something like FFIII, FFIV, FFX/X-2, and FF Type-0.
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