In a recent interview at D23 by the Mirror, Tetsuya Nomura had a lot to say on the present and future of Kingdom Hearts.
We've always known this, it's nothing new
Yeah can't wait to play the next saga... With my grandson at my side
I laughed so hard at this comment it woked up my baby.
Just please...after they wrap things up....no more spin off games. The next trilogy should be made with consoles in mind. I see no reason why they can't do spin off games with a new cast of characters, it means they won't have to overlap with the original games story and make it more confusing. A Girl/Boy to replace Sora José Carioca, Panchito Pistoles or Launchpad McQuack to replace Donald Horace Horsecollar or Max Goof to replace Goofy Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Ortensia to serve in Mickeys and Minnies Role
I surprisingly love that idea I would take Girl, launchpad, max. That would be cool with Oswald, or maybe get Rodger rabbit lol
Someone get this to square enix quick
Be like (14 spinoff games later)
All the games link into the story except coded. So there not really spin-off games
I just want them to release the game already, so I don't have to hear about it not being released. Valve needs to release Half-Life 3 just to make people shut the hell up about it, sheesh.
Eh, I think they should finish it with 3 and move onto something new - a new series.
No. I see no reason to end the series especially considering how many Concepts It could spin off of. This series could go in any direction it feels like it. I don't even believe that the series even has any real forward progression in regards to time like consider sora's character is not some middle-aged guy lol They'll be okay. Mind you if you want a new series I'm pretty sure he could create another series but what does that have to do with Kingdom Hearts? Pretty sure they both could exist this is not an either-or.
If he created another series alongside KH, he'd be dividing his time and resources between two massive projects and both series might suffer for it. I mean, part of the reason KHIII has taken so long to release is for exactly this reason. Either way, he has to end it eventually.
@Ges- Walt Disney dying didn't end his creations being worked on by others... "If he created another series alongside KH, he'd be dividing his time and resources between two massive projects" Who said he needs to make the next future KH titles? The original FF Director is not directing the current FF titles and that series still exist and is breaking records. "Either way, he has to end it eventually" Not really. He can move on, hand the team over to the next in line and work on something else. You seriously think Square is stopping a money making machine like KH for 1 director? Are you high? LMFAO! Is Konami ending Metal Gear cause Kojima's gone? Oh wow, you got a lot to learn about business. So "they" can make a KH game and Square can put another team on a new IP. This isn't an either or. Uncharted existing didn't suddenly mean The Last Of Us couldn't, heck after The Last Of Us 1, we got Uncharted 4 BY ANOTHER TEAM! Split the team and move on. New IP doesn't mean KILL existing IP. It legit makes zero sense. I seriously don't know why you are not factoring that we can have both.
Cool! already preordered KH 4: The Awake Of The Sleep After The Birth Of the Night in The Nijna! Release date expected to 2322! Cannot Wait!
What would the spin off to that be? Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drops Are Still Falling From A Distance 322 Weeks/2 Days Later
Of course it won't be the end. Ten years after KH3, we'll have the inevitable soft reboot with Sora as a bitter old man accompanied by a young girl training to be a keyblade wielder under him. The story would be more mature and personal, focusing on Sora's relationship with the young girl. The game would simply be called "Kingdom Hearts".
This isn't new news
Hate the Xehanort story. Overly complicated.
Disney owns Marvel, they should throw that in the next game for good measure
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