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Kingdom Hearts Unchained X[chi], the mobile port of the browser game Kingdom Hearts X[chi], will be available for Japanese iOS and Android users to download from the App Store and Google Play this Thursday at 12:00 p.m. local time. With the Japanese version releasing so soon, this hopefully means the international version isn't too far from being released as well.

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In other Unchained X[chi] news, the game has been confirmed to make an appearance at this year's Tokyo Game Show (however, Kingdom Hearts III is not part Square-Enix's TGS lineup this year).
Reaching it's two year point, the Japanese browser game is still going strong.
In celebration of it's anniversary, Nomura released a nice little piece of artwork that features Sora, Kairi, Roxas, and Namine in some colorful clothes swapping. Below lies the artwork for the last two years.

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For those still hoping to play the game, the mobile version, is well into development. It's E3 trailer can be viewed here.
The Famitsu interview with Kingdom Hearts series director, Tetsuya Nomura, which was mentioned recently, has been fully translated courtesy of KHInsider's Zephyr. The interview can be read below, where Nomura mentions working with Disney creators, evolving elements from KH2 and KH3D for use in Kingdom Hearts III, and hinting of a secret movie being included:

Adding the growing list of E3 interviews with Kingdom Hearts series director, Tetsuya Nomura, 4Gamer have conducted their own interview (which can be read below), where Nomura discusses KH3's gameplay, load times, and AI, along with a snippet on Unchained X[chi]:

Credit to goldpanner for the translated interview.
A few hours ago, the official Facebook page of Square-Enix Germany posted the following KH-related image:

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For anyone following the currently Japanese exclusive free-to-play game Kingdom Hearts X[chi], the above image will look familiar, as it's taken straight from the game. What's more curious is the caption they added, which roughly translates to "What is going on with the post? Just so, this had to be said." Is this a sign that X[chi] may finally be released internationally?

Source: Square-Enix Germany Facebook Page