Kingdom Hearts 3D to Appear at the Premiere Party!

Howdy folks!

It’s been rumored and speculated for a while that Kingdom Hearts 3D would make an appearance at Square Enix’s 1st Production Department Premiere Party. But now Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed its appearance as well as Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep Final Mix in the recent Dengeki magazine interview.

Here’s a translated summary of the article provided by Andriasang:

Tetsuya Nomura has shared a few details with Dengeki on the upcoming “Square Enix 1st Production Department Premier” event (formerly the “Fabula Nova Crystallis Conference”).

The event was originally scheduled for January 11, but was pushed back to January 18. The reason for this was due to timing related to magazine publishing.

While the event was originally announced as being mostly a press event, it has instead shifted to being a “premium event” for fans. The focus will be not on demos but on video footage.

Developers of the various games will appear at the event.

Versus will, as expected, be shown at the event. We’ll get to hear main character Noctis speak for the first time. In addition, we’ll get to see plenty of actual footage from the game, although this is apparently before the game’s visuals have been given a quality bosot.

Kingdom Hearts 3DS and Kingdom hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix will also be shown.

With this information, we can hopefully see an actual trailer of Kingdom Hearts 3D during the Premiere Party!


3 Responses to “Kingdom Hearts 3D to Appear at the Premiere Party!”

  1. Rhema Says:

    YES, dude, YES!!!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Which, of course, will be shown behind lock-and-key in closed theaters, with any leaked footage tightly hunted down by Square.

    This is not how you build hype, Square. Especially for a game that was announced like 5 years ago.

    Another failure to add to the list.

  3. jmoney003 Says:

    I agree memeticrichard…even if there will be a trailer the world won’t be able to see it

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