In Famitsu's August 7th issue, Covering 4 pages is the highly anticipated Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX, Focusing specifically on Kingdom Hearts Re:coded.
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded includes around 2 hours of previously unseen footage and battle scenes. The scans below shows the Game Cover of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX, The Dataspace, Castle Oblivion, Agrabah,Wonderland, The Olympus Coliseum and Hollow Bastion.
After a break last week in the podcast, we're back to discuss Western Animation! Joined by @metanoia and @Plums, @Misty, @Llave, and @libregkd first nostalgia trip over some of the cartoons we enjoyed as children, then launch into a chat about what cartoons we're watching today. I spend a disproportionate amount of time expressing my Adventure Time obsession (especially where a certain ship is concerned), but we cover several other shows, including Steven Universe and The Legend of Korra.
Finally, we discuss some of the differences between western animation and anime, and the place that Legend of Korra occupies between the two.
Revealed today on twitter, Jim Meskimen, the voice of Genie in Kinect Disneyland Adventures, Disney Magical World, andDisney Think Fast, has confirmed that he will be voicing Genie in future installments of the Kingdom Hearts series. Jim's debut as Genie will be in the upcoming Re:coded HD Cinematics, part of the Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX.
For those curious about how Jim Meskimen sounds as Genie, here's a clip from Kinect Disneyland Adventures. (Start at 3:14)
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Still have hopes for the localized Japanese browser game? So does Square Enix. After some words with Siliconera, it seems that they are still shopping around to get Kingdom Hearts chi out to the English speaking public.