Kingdom Hearts voice actor Quinton Flynn–who voices Axel in the series–needs Square Enix to “step it up” with Kingdom Hearts III’s development.
We heard then speaking English in the E3 2015 trailer, so I thought the localization process was going faster than usual. Generally we have to wait longer to see a Kingdom Hearts game get translated during previews. It could very well be that they just haven't gotten to recording lines for Lea yet rather than there being no work done at all on the localization at this point.
I really hope this time Square-Enix will also include the Japanese voices for the Western release.
I don't hope they don't do it and for your sake and all others like you I hope they do include it as it has no effect whatsoever on me.
Square Enix needs to step it up with a lot of things.
Really because square seems to be on a roll to me
Agreed, especially respecting their own games and franchises, and genres they have had a hand in perfecting (turn-based JRPGs, namely). Chrono Trigger can't even get an HD remaster 20+ years later in a generation of remasters, FF7R and FFXV are damn ARPGs...Square is simply not the Square I knew. Don't even get me started on their lack of support for Vita, Wii U, and even (though to a lesser degree) 3DS. Their focus on Mobile is disgusting, too.
I can't find a single letter in your comment that I can disagree with! WELL SAID AGAIN!
SE needs to step up big time.
Possibly my favourite KH character, got it memorized? I liked his friendship.
I think it's safe to say at this point if FF15 falls on it's face, they should probably just can KH3. Any game that spends 8 or more years in development has a very high probability of bombing due to the many changes it goes through when it changes hands dozens of times. Maybe FF15 will be the exception, but i'm not keeping my hopes up.
Square definitely needs to step it up in many ways, but I am done with them. All they're good for now is the occasional spinoff or new franchise...assuming we can get it in some way that ISN'T Mobile that is...
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