Kingdom Hearts 3
Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Enix 1st Production Department
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One
The special guest presenting Kingdom Hearts 3 at D23 Japan is an interesting tidbit.
It seems that we’re getting closer to the release of both Final Fantasy 15 and Kingdom Hearts 3, even though we actually have no cement idea when those games are going to release. What we do know, is that we’re going to get to see more information about Kingdom Hearts 3 when it goes on display at the D23 Japan Event. This particular event is taking place on November 3 according to Dual Shockers. There are supposed to be two different panels set and there will be new footage of the game as well as a speech from a “special guest.” It’s literally anyone’s guess who this particular guest might be.
When it comes to Final Fantasy 15, it appears that the game is going to be something special, especially for those who have been following this series for literally decades. Demos have been released and we’ve seen different pieces of footage, but we’re still not entirely sure when we’re going to get our hands on the full game. While we continue to wait for the game to actually land, we can learn a thing or two about what director Hajime Tabata feels are the most important part of the development of the game. He recently sat down with Game Central to talk about his goals for the game as well as other tidbits.
The director talked about how long this game is going to be, which seems to only be growing and is likely surpassing 60 hours. He told the website that it gets harder all the time to tailor his games to players these days. He said that sometimes he has to look for people who are playing games for fun and those that are playing in order to finish. Some people buy 2 or 3 games a year and some buy 10 to 20. They’re buying games for different reasons and Tabata says it’s hard to tailor his games to both kinds of players. This is apparently one reason it’s taken as long as it has to get it to market. Sooner or later, we’ll see how he overcame those challenges.