The entire Kingdom Hearts Saga comes with the Nintendo Switch. Very happy at first sight among the fans of the series, but this excitement soon led to disappointment. All games only appear as a cloud version of Nintendo’s portable console.
Square Enix and the Disney Switch should at least raise the question of whether they could have mastered the games of the last generation. With the exception of Kingdom Hearts III, it did not seem impossible at first glance.
The question came naturally. Nintendo Life Series producer Ichiro spoke to Hasama, who blamed the matter on Nintendo Switch’s storage capacity. “For some time, our director Tetsuya Nomura has expressed interest in bringing the Kingdom Hearts series to Nintendo Switch players as well because he looked at it and asked. That’s why there was a lot of inner thinking about it,” Hasama said.
“Very difficult for a variety of reasons”
“Getting these titles on the Nintendo Switch is very difficult for a number of reasons, including the storage capacity of the hardware. But we are pleased to be able to do it for the first time using cloud services,” Hasama said happily.
For example, the PS4 version of Kingdom Hearts III requires about 40 GB of storage. The Nintendo Switch, on the other hand, offers only 32GB of internal storage. Hasama does not want to discard his own version of the games.
Nintendo Life specifically asked about the possibility of owning at least the Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 remix console. “At the moment, we have not decided to produce a version of our own,” says Hasama. “We believe the cloud version is currently the best way to bring the Kingdom Hearts series to Nintendo Switch players, but we always welcome feedback from our fans and would like to thank them for their support.”
Built Material: Kingdom Hearts III, Square Enix / Disney
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