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I think nomura would have been smarter if he ported BBS to blu-ray format, and make it a ps3 game in NA, instead of bothering with coded... he could have at least done that AFTER bbs since we weren't expecting it. However, i hope that Coded will be fun (story aside, who cares).
The other games, however, aren't so horrible. People are too hard on coded, if you ask me, when it really goes deeper into things for it to be considered just "filler". BBS is self-explainable for KH going back to its roots, as people praise, despite its continuity problems.
Days was the only big "F", and I'm certain that expanding the series over the Xehanort Chronicles have more outside influences.
I was talking about being the one to manage PR, to develop the software, to work on the game mechanics, to actually MAKE the game. He directs it, sure, but that doesn't mean every single thing comes down to him.
Especially with people complaining about the lack of news. You know Square probably has a department concerned with PR and press releases and the control of information and advertising and marketing, and I'm not sure Nomura is the one who calls the shots. At least that sounds more logical to me.
Ok, I don't know if this has been covered before, but I MUST know- hell, this is the sole reason I joined after lurking so much.
So, here goes: Can we safely assume that Re: Coded is in fact the secret KH that was going to be revealed at E3?
"Square Enix just announced the 2010 E3 Product Line-Up! See what titles we're planning to reveal at the show - http://*******/9oMhQA"
Which leads to the press release here: SQUARE ENIX BRINGS AN UNRIVALED LINEUP OF FRANCHISES TO E3 2010 | SQUARE ENIX
Idk, if there's any secret reveals it will be about Verses, I'm sure. The KH team is working on Versus, the h.a.n.d team are working on KH:Coded, and as of the BBS Ultimania release the Osaka team didn't know if they were going to be working on any KH titles, which would leave them what, less than three months to scrape something together for E3?
Besides, if the next game in the series is important, I would expect Square to start publicity in Japan rather than overseas...