Kingdom Hearts χ[chi]
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In addition to speaking with Dengeki, KH director, Tetsuya Nomura, also got to speak with Famitsu, discussing various topics, such as the three entries in '2.8 Final Chapter Prologue', how big he feels KH3 will be, and a future expansion to Unchained χ[chi] he dubs "Season 2". The fully translated interview (translations courtesy of goldpanner from KHInsider) can be read below:
In a new interview with Dengeki, Kingdom Hearts series director, Tetsuya Nomura, discusses all three entries in 'Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue', plus a bit on 'Kingdom Hearts III'. Topics include the expected length of 0.2 BBS and χ[chi] Back Cover, porting Dream Drop Distance to the PS4, and the possibility of getting some new info on KH3 over the next few months despite what was stated in the recent 2.8 trailer. The fully translated interview (translations courtesy of goldpanner from KHInsider) can be read below:
A pretty cool looking banner promoting 'Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD Final Chapter Prologue' had been spotted in E3, with several attendees taking pictures of it with their mobile devices. Now, thanks to Famitsu, we have a HQ version of the banner, showcasing characters from the three entries included in 2.8 (the Foretellers, Sora and Riku from DDD, as well as Aqua plus King Mickey in what is most defiintely how he'll appear in 0.2 BBS):
The release of the new 'Kingdom Hearts 2.8' trailer today provided fans with many surprises. One of those surprises was finally getting a feel for what to expect from 'χ[chi] Back Cover', showing us characters from χ[chi] in cutscene form with spoken dialogue. One of the characters shown in the trailer was Ephemera, whose voice sounded familiar for some. A fan then asked actor Michael Johnston of Teen Wolf fame on Twitter whether he voiced the character, and he pretty much confirmed it. The tweet has unfortunately been deleted (most likely due to a NDA Johnston signed), though Johnston still retweeted a fan asking him about voicing Ephemera, which pretty much guarantees that he is the voice of Ephemera in 'Back Cover'.
Source: KHInsider & Michael Johnston's Twitter
Source: Square-Enix NA Online Store
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