This just made my day.
Tetsuya Nomura is the Director of the next Kingdom Hearts game, Kingdom Hearts: Dream Droop Dropkick for the 3DS. In an interview with Famitsu (via SQEX*GAL), he talks a bit about the process of getting approval on the game’s story from the big D. QUOTE:
“It’s fairly complicated. Right now I’m telling Disney about the scenarios, but it’s hard for them to understand it all at once.”
Yes, that’s right. The story in Kingdom Hearts is now officially so convoluted that not even the company that’s licensing it understands it anymore. He also said “I decided to develop the story in a way that fans could imagine on their own the remaining story how they like,” which I believe means “I decided not really to write any coherent story.”
You can also learn all kinds of interesting things from the full interview, like…how great Roxas is! What the most popular Kingdom Hearts level is! And—I’m serious—what Tetsuya Nomura’s favorite keyblade is. As for me, I’m just going to spend the rest of the day being happy that I’m not the only one who doesn’t get the games anymore. Mickey himself is on board with me.