Kingdom Hearts III Hayao Miyazaki's Creations

Discussion in 'General & Upcoming Kingdom Hearts' started by Ars Nova, Oct 31, 2014.

  1. Ars Nova Merry Christmas dickheads

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    A thought occurs vis-a-vis Disney's recently acquired copyrights making appearances in KH. They've had their name on something else for quite some time: namely, the films of Hayao Miyazaki, many of which were translated by Disney. Do they have enough claim to those works for them to show up in KH? Either way, would you be interested to see these worlds intersect with Kingdom Hearts? Which ones do you think have the most potential?
     
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    Not recently. Studio Ghibli went with GKids for From Up On Poppy Hill and The Tale of Princess Kaguya.

    As neat as it would be to summon Totoro to aid you in battle, I don't think Ghibli's ever gonna be in KH. Like libre said, Disney only aided in translation.
     
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    ^ What he said.

    HOWEVER, if they ever do somehow manage to add some of Miyazaki's work in KH, I would love to see things from Howl's Moving castle make an appearance. Heck, Princess Monononoke, Tales of the Earthsea and Spirited Away would be Dandy!

    The Cat Returns!! It would be awesome to have The Baron fighting side by side with Sora, Donald, and Goofy!
     
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    Omg yassssssssssssssss.

    It would be cute to have Oliver running around randomly in Radiant Garden or something. But I don't think having the rights to distribute in NA would give Square enough push to have them in. But I would love it.