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The Square Enix megaton duo remains firmly on top.
Players can decide whether they want to prioritize frame rate or resolution.
Square Enix's long-running and fiercely beloved saga is finally coming to a close.
On a gameplay and mechanics front, it seems like the game will be every bit as great as its predecessors were.
Director Tetsuya Nomura is extremely unhappy with the leaks, it seems.
Reviews praise the combat and worlds, while some criticize a few of the story aspects.
As one of the most highly anticipated releases of the last decade, can review scores influence the hype surrounding Kingdom Hearts 3 in any way?
Will Square Enix stick the landing?
Time to clear up some, but not a lot of, space.
Make the wait for the game a bit easier with this new round of screenshots.
The top 5 remains unchanged in Famitsu's latest weekly charts.
It also hints at a few heart-breaking developments for our heroes.
One of the most anticipated games ever, here's everything you need to know about Kingdom Hearts 3.
One for PS4 players, one for Xbox players, and one for (nearly) everyone.
The secret movie, meanwhile, will come shortly after launch.
Of the ten Keyblades shown, nine are new designs.
Tetsuya Nomura was adamant from the get go that a conclusion wouldn't work without Pixar properties.
"It wasn’t something that we had anything to do with, it was decided higher up," says director Tetsuya Nomura.
The new Disney properties offered a chance to come up "new and fresh ideas", as per co-director Tai Yasue.