Kingdom Hearts III

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The year is winding to its close, and so it's time to determine the best that video games had to offer in 2019. The Game Awards, an annual celebration of gaming hosted by Geoff Keighley, released their list of this year's nominees today, and Kingdom Hearts III made the cut! The game is nominated for the Best Score/Music and Best RPG awards.

You can vote for Kingdom Hearts III and your other favorite games on the show's official website. The Game Awards 2019 will air on Thursday, December 12 at 5:30pm PT, and can be viewed on the show's website, in select Cinemark theaters, or a whole slew of other streaming platforms.

Let us know in the comments who you're hoping wins!
Despite having already been released many months ago, Square-Enix is releasing a free demo of the game on both the Playstation Store and the Microsoft Store so those who still haven't got a chance to play the game can give it a try. The demo will include two sections, with one focusing on the opening sequence and Olympus, while the other will focus on Toy Box. Also, those who decide to purchase the full version of the game after trying out the demo can transfer save data from the Olympus section to the full game!

Elsewhere in 'Kingdom Hearts III' news, the version 1.06 patch has been released, with the listed changes being:
  • Title Menu has been updated
  • Various issues have been fixed

Hey everyone! It’s been a long time since our last update, but I’m confident in saying this one is worth the wait. After months of work, I’m happy to announce the Kingdom Hearts III cutscenes - without subtitles and Kingdom Key only - are now online! I’ve put more work into these cutscenes than I probably should have, so let me explain what makes them special.

Unfortunately KH3’s cutscenes run somewhat poorly: they have random frame stutters on a pretty regular basis. To counteract this, I recorded nearly every scene multiple times and edited together the best shots, so everything should be smooth as butter.

On top of that, I went the extra mile and timed my gameplay recordings so that the music loops and continues properly through different scenes. So for example if there’s a cutaway scene in the middle of a boss battle, the music will pick up right where it left off in the scene before, rather than having an awkward cut. Timing it just right was pretty tricky (can’t tell you how long I splashed around in that damn pond with Rapunzel waiting for the music to loop, only for her to run away at the last second), but the result is quite nice.

Now that I’m done patting myself on the back, feel free to download the Kingdom Hearts III Cutscenes. And as always, check out our Cutscene Archive for HD scenes from the entire series.

We are leaving the previously-recorded subtitled KH3 cutscenes up for those who need them, but note that the subtitle-free version is the definitive version, and will be the only one receiving updates of future content.

That’s it for now, but when something new comes out I’ll Re:Mind ya!
As promised, Square-Enix today has released a new trailer for the upcoming 'Kingdom III Re:MIND' DLC! Check it out below:

In addition to getting an announcement for a new trailer next week for the 'Kingdom Hearts III Re:MIND' DLC, fans were also provided with a message from the KH series director, Tetsuya Nomura, to commemorate the 4th anniversary of the release of 'Kingdom Hearts Union X[cross]' in Japan, where he details upcoming details for the game, while also hinting at the future of series. Check out Nomura's message below (translation courtesy of goldpanner from KHInsider):