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Well, they could buy Warner Bros. Tbh, it would be pretty neat to see a LotR and Harry Potter world in Kingdom Hearts (minus all the JK Rowling stuff of course).Is there even anything left for them to buy lmao? I'd rather have Disney broken up, cause right now it feels like everything is owned by Disney in some capacity. Also, they don't seem to be handling owning everything as well as they probably thought they could.
100% agree. I would only want it for KH to have a broader roster of properties to incorporate.We don’t need the Disney monopoly board to grow even more . I don’t want to say they’ve ruined everything they’ve bought, but in recent years the new media they’ve been creating hasn’t been the best, at least in my opinion. Specifically the MCU and Pixar, those are the ones I follow the closest. Unsure what they’ve been doing with Fox and Star Wars, and I have mixed feelings on there recent animated films (and very very aggressive feelings on their live action remakes) but I really really don’t want dreamworks or sony, two companies who seem to have only recently found their footing, to be stuck with Disney. Although I do think they have properties that would make for good KH worlds, I don’t think that it would be worth it for those companies.
Well, Let It Go was really to show Disney that they could replicate their style without any help. They didn’t get any assets to utilize—they got some basic data but they had to build everything from scratch and they proved they could work magic.I honestly feel the more companies Disney buys, the more protective they are of their IP and the less risks they'll let Nomura take with it. We've gone from Mickey going on a murder rampage after thinking Goofy died to the entirety of Let It Go being remade. I just don't think a bigger Disney is good for the series (or the world, but that's a different issue).
I'm not an expert in anything, but it feels like KH is something that wouldn't have been approved today. They might feel it's seriously off brand, and are way more strict about it than they would be otherwise.Well, Let It Go was really to show Disney that they could replicate their style without any help. They didn’t get any assets to utilize—they got some basic data but they had to build everything from scratch and they proved they could work magic.
Disney has gotten more lax with other companies. It feels like SE is the one they were strict about for some reason.
But I’m trying to tell you, Disney of today is very lax now. It’s why we have games like Dreamlight Valley, Twisted Wonderland, Speedstorm, Mirrorverse, Sorcerer’s Arena, and plenty of other unannounced projects. Not to mention merchandising is starting to embrace crossover with the Disney Princesses who used to never interact in any marketing materials.I'm not an expert in anything, but it feels like KH is something that wouldn't have been approved today. They might feel it's seriously off brand, and are way more strict about it than they would be otherwise.
I mean, yes, but also he was highly controlling and a micromanager so it was genuinely pure luck that he approved KH. Disney Japan worked with SquareSoft on the game in secret without SquareSoft even knowing they were working on something that wasn’t approved because Disney Japan didn’t think Eisner would approve if it.Yeah, thank god we had Michael Eisner when we did.