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I remember that too. Riku, Ven, and Terra die and get statues and stuff.Yeah I don't even know what the guy was talking about when it comes to "description". Disney+ series information maybe?
But it's fun discussing these rumors/leaks, I remember the KH3 blackhole ending leak where I think Ven sacrifices himself or something
Actually it could work, I could imagine them shooting it in an anime style. I could see them having a Hollow Bastion resident talk about the battle of 1000 heartless, while we watch Leon and the gang combat them.Combine multiple events from multiple games? So basically like the Pokemon Generations miniseries? That doesn't sound very appealing
This series and my girlfriend also have something in common. They're both imaginary.I'm beginning to think that this series in 'rumored to be in the works' in the same way that my girlfriend letting me sleep in the bedroom with her is 'rumored to be in the works'.
Dayum. I was gonna make a "dad leaving for milk" joke but this takes the cake.I'm beginning to think that this series in 'rumored to be in the works' in the same way that my girlfriend letting me sleep in the bedroom with her is 'rumored to be in the works'.
Let's be honest, it probably got canned or just doesn't exist.
Damn, I never knew people disliked the story and characters so much... I personally quite liked themI'm still very hesitant about this no matter what I hear. Kingdom Hearts, in my mind, just cannot work as a TV series, at least not a good one. Most KH fans tend to agree that the story and the writing are among the weaker elements of the series, especially when you consider that 70-80% of the grand narrative is just watered-down retellings of already popular Disney films with original characters shoehorned in.
It could feasibly work as something intended for people who are already fans of the series, if they make it a story that's canon and relevant to the games. Otherwise, if the conceit is just to have an unconnected episodic series of Sora, Donald, and Goofy travelling to a new Disney world every episode, then I just don't see how it could realistically work.
And frankly, I'm not enthusiastic about the show's potential regarding the writing, either. I mean, we all know Nomura ain't no writer. If we take X Back Cover as an example of what we might see with KH translated to a TV medium, then frankly I'm not interested. Dialogue in the KH series blows, I hate to say it but it's true.
Not every game needs to be a season. For example, Coded's cutscene movie only clocks out at 30 minutes on YouTube. So I'd give it an flashback episode or just have a team up between Soras.Combine multiple events from multiple games? So basically like the Pokemon Generations miniseries? That doesn't sound very appealing
Yeah but according to the description in the rumor it would be "much shorter" then the anime attached to FF7. If it's like a twelve episode season containing certain events from all games up until now that doesn't really hold my interestNot every game needs to be a season. For example, Coded's cutscene movie only clocks out at 30 minutes on YouTube. So I'd give it an flashback episode or just have a team up between Soras.
I like Chain of Memories more than Coded but both are excuse plots to get around budget issues. So having Sora uncover what happened in Castle Oblivion in the first half of KH2 is a better way to use it. It's a two bird one stone kinda thing.
You know what I would love to see? A short series based around mini adventures Donald, Goofy, and Sora go on together, outside from just visiting typical disney worlds. Like, imagine a whole episode of them stuck in the Gummi ship trying to find a way to contact somebody for help. I really would love to see that kind of stuff, with the their personalities bouncinig off of one another.I'd rather have a series dedicated to one central storyline
Not to hate on people like you that like it. I'm just speaking from what I've heard, and in my experience, the majority of people in the KH community, even though we all love the series to death, would never recommend it for its writing or its dialogue. There seems to be a general feeling among the fandom that it's one of the weaker aspects of the series. I don't think anybody really dislikes the characters, it's more how the story works around them. The KH series is about 80% just retreading other Disney IP's, and oftentimes the impact that these adventures have on the main characters' development or on the broader narrative in the background is pretty minimal even in the best of cases.Damn, I never knew people disliked the story and characters so much... I personally quite liked them
No matter how anybody feels about the story and characters, I think we can all agree that KH3, for the most part, had some fantastic graphics, especially with cutscenes.The 4chan rumor is very likely to be fake, but if it's somehow real then the reason the KH show is shorter than the FF7 one yet also complex is prolly cuz it's CG. Whenever Square uses CGI they kinda go big.