Following the numbers of the Kingdom Hearts series, Kingdom Hearts IV could be titled Kingdom Hearts X, here's why.
Yeah but then 5 onwards would have those star shaped things and how would you pronounce those?
Kingdom Hearts 1: Heartless Kingdom Hearts 2: Nobody Kingdom Hearts 3: Mix Kingdom Hearts 4: None-Brain?
i don't know why I thought the last game was the end of the story I swore I read a article but must have been wrong.
It was the end of the story though. The developers mentioned a few times that KH3 was the end of the Xehanort Saga. And it did wrap up a good bit, but naturally left some things open for the future of the series.
Dude, excellent interpretation and analysis. Love how these games put actual thought and meaning into nearly every aspect. Leaps and bounds ahead of most western games.
Kingdom Hearts χ already exists so that’d be confusing
For any other series i would call this silly and dumb. But this is Kingdom hearts we arw talking about. Most the games have dumb names. Id be more suprised if they didnt do something silly.
Other games get rid of numbers as to not potentially exclude people who feel like they'd have to play previous games to understand and enjoy a later sequel. Obviously Square doesn't care too much about high sequel numbers (FFXVI, DQ XII, etc) or bizarrely numbered ones (NieR Replicant™ ver.1.22474487139, KH 358/2 Days, etc),. But I don't know, implying a skip from 3 straight to 10 feels an unlikely move, even for them. Won't fully count it out though lol.
Kingdom Hearts X [Chi] was already a game. Edit: Actually looking at the article now it's an interesting theory.
Kingdom Hearts 3 ending was pretty much "We expect you to know and understand the story we set up in Kingdom Hearts X along with Unchained, Union and Dark Road before the next game" Instead of just ending it fully and then work on a tighter, less complicated story which isn't all over.
there already is a kingdom hearts X and it would get confusing with union chi
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