The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu has a new interview with Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura, who discusses the game’s volume, downloadable content, and more.
"They are not currently considering a Final Mix version of Kingdom Hearts III. There are plans for updates via downloadable content, so additional elements will likely arrive in that form instead of via a Final Mix." Final Mix version confirmed for some later date :)
Theres always GotY versions now. This isnt new.
Yep, that's why I thought it was funny that they are trying to imply that it's not being considered (at this time).
PR talk. They dont want to take away potential buyers. Im getting it day 1 and if it gets a GotY version by all means. The game looks pretty packed already so im down.
Kinda expected we'd have the choice for DLC or a Final Mix version this time around. Atleast I won't have to dish out $60 again. The real question when it comes to the issue of buying again is if we'll be able to transfer these games to PS5 though... Not just Backwards Compatibility with the original disc, but if we can transfer the digital version as well. Really hoping for this because I buy digitally.
So an extended gameplay will be coming dlc. And a final mix too in the future. I was afraid that annoying let it go song would be in this game. Ah well
I mean... You can't please everyone. I'm sure any other Disney song being in the game would get flak from some people as well.
Final mix in the works
I just want them to include the Japanese voices as an option.
Biggest problem is that they are doing an xbone port which will make the entire game suffer. KH 1 & 2 were Sony exclusive and they ruled ass, this is gonna hurt, mark my words
make a german dub, include japanese dub and accurate subs, give us loooots of keyblades.... thats rly it. :)
I love Nomura and Square-Enix but I'm really starting to think their development teams have some major issues. They take AGES to release their games (ten years for Final Fantasy XV, six for KH3), they deep-six the European voice-overs "because the lip synching would take too much work", and now they're worried the game won't fit a on Blu-Ray disc... Ubisoft and CD Projekt don't seem to experience the same difficulties in dubbing their games or creating gigantic open worlds. Get it together, Square-Enix!
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