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Hey everyone and welcome to the thirteenth installment of the KHV Weekly News Report!

Sorry there was no news report last week, but all the news this week will sure make up for it!~

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As reported earlier, more canon scenes have been acted out by the series' voice actors at KINGDOM HEARTS Orchestra -World Tour- (like the Terra and Namine scene). Twitter user @momo_krys was able to translate scenes involving Kairi and Xion, and they can be read below:


It's been a long time coming, but it's official: the long-coveted Mickey & Brooms medal will be coming to KHUχ!

Hot on the heels of the announcement of the game's rebranding as Kingdom Hearts Union χ [cross], YouTuber EvangelKaltz caught up with Uχ's producer, Hironori Okayama, and the game's North American Operations producer, Steven Nguyen, at PAX East for an interview about the game. During the interview, Mickey & Brooms, long a sore spot for the global Uχ player base, was brought up. The short of it is that the medal will indeed be coming to the global version of the game! In addition, plans are underway to bring the global version's metagame up to par with the Japanese version. This is part of the team's goal of improving communication with the player base.

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For those not in the know, the Mickey & Brooms medal, when fused with any six-star medal, will add one orb towards the medal's Special Attack Bonus, making it a potent tool in any player's inventory.

You can check out the entire interview below:

Source: KH13

Thanks to KHInsider, we've gotten a first look at Kingdom Hearts Union χ , as well as the mutiplayer mode, that are currently being featured at Square Enix's booth at PAX East in Boston.

Some screenshots can be found down below and others can be found on KHInsider's site! Those who visited the booth also received pins (similar to New York Comic Con) and posters.

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Now that the KINGDOM HEARTS Orchestra -World Tour- has begun, news has been coming in from their first concert in Tokyo. Inside a brochure available for purchase at the concert, a joint interview with series director, Tetsuya Nomura, and series composer, Yoko Shimomura, was included. Surprisingly, this is actually the first time the two are interviewed at the same time, and it's a pretty good read. The full interview can be read below:
Source: KHInsider