The Xbox One’s release date in Japan was finally announced earlier today, and along with it the official Japanese Xbox website updated with a catalogue of games coming to Microsoft’s latest console. Kingdom Hearts III was among the games finally given its own page featuring the announcement trailer from E3 2013, a few screenshots, and a small description of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts title.
a wip of sora i was doing before i sadly lost the original file when i had to factory reset my computer. i was in the coloring stage when it happened but i managed to salvage the lineart from facebook.
TeeFury, well-known for their amazing pop culture t-shirts with a new limited edition design every 24-hours, has an interesting shirt on sale today you all should check out!
Kingdom of Hearts by Nemons features Sora sitting on a Game of Thrones-inspired iron Keyblade throne, clearly having clamed his place as the rightful protagonist of Kingdom Hearts. This Kingdom Hearts-inspired t-shirt can be purchased on TeeFury right now for only $11 USD.
This awesome shirt will be on sale for today only, so make sure to order one before Monday, April 21st at midnight ET! For those who live outside of the United States, TeeFury does ship internationally. Check out their FAQ for more info on shipping.
i tried to make the rokushi request, but than this came out OTL
I started watching the Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer and listening to so
(so so so so so so like, omg)many different versions of Simple and clean and Sanctuary… this is all I have to show for pulling an all-nighter.
Ignore the terrible scenery btw, those literally took 2mins and just basically was filling some empty space.
"Dream Drop Distance was just another shitty handheld spin-off"
"Flowmotion was stupid and too hard to control."
"The Dream Eaters were just ugly Pokèmon ripoffs"
"Dropping is the worst gameplay mechanic ever invented."
"All the game did was make the story even more complicated."
"So as long as you and your friends carry good luck charms
shaped like it, nothing can ever drive you apart. You’ll always
find your way back to each other."
Sony announced today their plans to sell all of their 9.52 million shares in Square Enix, which amount to a nearly 9% stake in the company overall. The pricing and other details will be shared tomorrow.
The PlayStation manufacturer will be booking a gain of 4.8 billion yen (roughly $47 million US dollars), selling their shares to a large brokerage firm in Japan named SMBC Nikko Securities Inc.
these three are transparent if you wanna use them!