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The end of Kingdom Hearts left Sora at a crossroads. Chain of Memories tells of his choice there, and the consequences - "Ahead lies what you seek; but to claim it you must lose something dear." The masked figure speaking those words leaves him with only one path to follow - to a castle haunted by seemingly endless emptiness. As Sora struggles to remember his lost friends, he must now traverse the chain of his own fragmented memories. With what results?
The news hit hard today with the most recent issues of Japanese gaming magazines VJump and Famitsu: Square Enix has unveiled no fewer than four titles currently under development for the Nintendo DS and Playstation 2. Alas, not a single one was Chrono Break. Read on
In a recent premier party, Kingdom Hearts II director Tetsuya Nomura commented on the fact that the changes made to accommodate Kingdom Hearts II for its United States release were minimal and thus not conducive of an International version. More interestingly, Nomura-san emphasized his plans for another Kingdom Hearts project, which he stressed would not be a direct sequel or foray into other media types, and noted that Square Enix has a "surprise ceremony" in store for E3. A line of Kingdom Hearts controllers, perhaps?
BlogA competition on the Club Nintendo Kingdom Hearts website running since November 11 and ending on January 7 will see 8000 random lucky contestants receiving either of two Kingdom Hearts towels. Of the two designs, which include a baby-blue cloth with an outline of Sora and a gray one with the crown logo on it, surely the one which allows you to rub yourself dry on the silhouette of a teenage boy is more appealing...1