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Kingdom Hearts Herz Navigation menu VideoKingdom Hearts • Relaxing Music + Rainstorm Sounds 💦 Herzen (心 kokoro) gehören neben dem Körper und der Seele zu den drei Hauptbestandteilen eines. die Tür zu Kingdom Hearts zu öffnen. Dieser ganz besondere Schlüssel lässt sich nur schaffen, indem sieben reine Herzen des Lichtes versammelt werden. Wesen, die kein Herz besitzen und deswegen ständig nach Opfern dürsten, in deren Herzen Dunkelheit schlummert, und diese. Kaufe "Kingdom Hearts Herz" von HerkDesigns auf folgenden Produkten: Metallbild. Kingdom Hearts (Japanese: キングダム ハーツ, Hepburn: Kingudamu Hātsu) is a series of action role-playing games developed and published by Square Enix (originally by Square). It is a collaboration between Square Enix and Disney and is under the direction of Tetsuya Nomura, a longtime Square Enix employee. Kingdom Hearts is a crossover between Square Enix and Disney based in a fictional universe. Kingdom Hearts (Japanese: キングダム ハーツ Kingudamu Hātsu) is a series of action role-playing games and a collaboration between Disney Interactive and Square Enix. The series was co-created by Shinji Hashimoto and Tetsuya Nomura, and was born through a chance meeting between Hashimoto and a Disney executive in an elevator, as both Squaresoft and Disney Interactive shared a building at that time. Set in a vast array of Disney and Pixar worlds, KINGDOM HEARTS follows the journey of Sora, a young boy and unknowing heir to a spectacular power. Sora is joined by Donald Duck and Goofy to stop an evil force known as the Heartless from invading and overtaking the universe. Because they are needed to access Kingdom Hearts, the Princesses were sought by selfish and villainous beings who wished to rule all the worlds; Maleficent and Master Xehanort in particular. Kingdom Hearts could only be accessed by the completion of a Keyhole, which required all seven pure hearts to be joined as one in the Keyblade of heart. These hearts were released, however, due to Sora keeping Kingdom Hearts out of the villains' reach. Kingdom Hearts 1 Trailer English. Der Dienst arbeitet Poppen.De Bewertungen Verbindung mit Kingdom Hearts codedso erhält der Spieler jeweils eine neue Spielfigur, nachdem er eine Episode von Kingdom Hearts coded beendet Pocket Fruity Bingo. Ein Dynamitfass, das durch die unheimliche Macht des Dunkeln zu einem Herzlosen mutierte. Dafür habt ihr es dann aber gleich mit sieben Giga-Schattenlurchen zu tun. Obwohl er in seiner Erscheinung den Behemoths ähnelt, fehlt ihm deren Begabung.
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Sora is a Keyblade wielder from the Destiny Islands where he, along with his childhood friends Riku and Kairi , dreamed of venturing away to find out what lies beyond their home.
Sora is the original persona of his own Heartless and Roxas , the source of Xion 's memories, and the carrier of Ventus ' heart. Read more about Sora Heartless The Heartless are physical, living manifestations of the darkness within people's hearts.
They manifest in two forms; "Pureblood" and "Emblem" Emblem Heartless being created artificially , and they behave entirely devoid of emotion, hence the name "Heartless".
The Heartless are the main enemy type in the Kingdom Hearts series. There are varying types and sub-types that appear as enemies in every game.
They seek to reclaim their hearts and become whole again, but later games have revealed that Xehanort had ulterior motives for the group.
Want your community included? See how! This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? As enemies are defeated, the player gains experience which culminates in a "level-up", where the characters grow stronger and gain access to new abilities.
The music for the series has been primarily composed by Yoko Shimomura. Kaoru Wada works as the arranger for orchestral music, including orchestral renditions of the main vocal themes and the ending themes.
A compilation soundtrack was later released that included soundtracks for the entire series, including reworked tracks for the re-released Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories.
While the themes for some of the Disney-based worlds are taken directly from their Disney film counterparts,  most of them are given entirely original musical scores.
In addition to each world having unique background music, each is given its own battle theme rather than having a common theme to cover all fights.
Several of the main characters have themes, and the final boss of each game has several themes played in the various phases of those fights.
The main theme songs for the Kingdom Hearts games were written and performed by Japanese pop star, Hikaru Utada. Utada was the only singer Tetsuya Nomura had in mind for the first Kingdom Hearts theme song.
Both of the first two theme songs reached notable popularity; on weekly Oricon charts, "Hikari" reached No. Tetsuya Nomura, overhearing their conversation, volunteered to lead the project and the two producers agreed to let him direct.
Kingdom Hearts marked his transition into a directorial position, though he also served as the game's character designer.
Originally the development focused on the gameplay with a simple story to appeal to Disney's target age range. After Kingdom Hearts executive producer Hironobu Sakaguchi told Nomura the game would be a failure if it did not aim for the same level as the Final Fantasy series, he began to develop the story further.
However, Nomura could not get the IP with just "Kingdom", so the development team began to think about "heart" as a core part of the story, so they decided to combine the two to form "Kingdom Hearts".
Nomura placed a secret trailer in Kingdom Hearts in hopes that fans would want a sequel. He was unsure if fans would want a sequel and felt that if they did not, then it would be best to leave certain events in the first game unexplained.
One was the development team's desire to showcase Mickey Mouse more;  Mickey's inclusion in the first game was restricted to a very small role. To bridge the gap between the two games, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories was developed.
He changed his position after hearing that children wanted to play Kingdom Hearts on the handheld system. Though Disney gave Nomura freedom in the characters and worlds used for the games, he and his staff tried to stay within the established roles of characters and boundaries of the worlds.
The inclusion of specific Final Fantasy characters was based on the opinions of both fans and staff. Nomura does this because he feels that games should have room for fans to speculate and use their imagination.
He has stated that with speculation, even though a game gets old, people can still be happy with it. The first Kingdom Hearts was announced at E3 in May It was also announced that many of the Disney characters would be voiced by the official voice actors from their respective Disney films.
Rumors for a sequel on the PlayStation 2 were spurred in Japan when a Japanese video game site, Quiter, stated that "an internal and anonymous source at Square Japan" confirmed that development of Kingdom Hearts II had begun.
Other details included the return of Sora, Donald, and Goofy, as well as new costumes. At the Square Enix E3 press conference, the producer, Shinji Hashimoto, stated that many mysteries of the first game would be answered.
To help market the games, websites were set up for each game and demos were on display at gaming events. Each game in the main series was also re-released in Japan with additional content and served as canonical updates to the series.
The Kingdom Hearts series has been critically and commercially successful. As of March , the series has sold over 20 million copies worldwide.
In the first two months since the North American release of Kingdom Hearts , it was one of the top three highest-selling video games.
The games have also received high ratings and positive comments from reviewers. All of the main games in the series have scored a 36 out of 40 or higher from the Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu , known for its harsh grading.
Game Informer considers the series the eleventh "must-play PlayStation 2" series. GameSpot commented that the concept of mixing the serious elements of Final Fantasy with the lighter elements of Disney seemed impossible, but was pulled off quite well.
Both Square Enix and Disney have released a wide variety of Kingdom Hearts merchandise including toys, figurines, clothing, and jewelry.
Like the Final Fantasy games, a series of " Ultimania " books were released in Japan for many of the games. These books include game walkthroughs, interviews, and extra information from the developers.
For Kingdom Hearts II , they released two versions, a standard version and a limited edition version. The limited edition was available in four different covers and included a copy of Jiminy's Journal along with stickers.
The story and art are done by Shiro Amano , who is also known for his manga adaptation of the Legend of Mana video game.
The story follows the events that took place in the video games with differences to account for the loss of interactivity a video game provides.
The first series, Kingdom Hearts , consists of four volumes, while the second series, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories , has two volumes.
The third series, Kingdom Hearts II , has had five volumes published and is on hiatus. The games have also been adapted as a light novel series, written by Tomoco Kanemaki and illustrated by Shiro Amano.
Like the manga series, it is divided into separate series based on the games. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the series.
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