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You can play Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts Re: Coded and Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories on a DS and you can play Dream Drop Distance, the on they just came out with, on a 3DS. DarmaniTheFourth (talk) 22:37, November 1, 2012 (UTC)

Hopefully they'll bring out Kingdom Hearts III for the Wii U when it's released. I heard many rumors about the game being multi-platformed, which could be supported by the fact that Square Enix has worked with Nintendo in the past with the Kingdom Hearts series.  Timelinesplitter Chaos 13:13, November 2, 2012 (UTC)

^That would be awesome. DarmaniTheFourth (talk) 21:26, November 2, 2012 (UTC)

^ Yep it would be awesome, plus, considering the fact that Final Fantasy XIII was released for two systems (PS3 and XBOX 360), it's likely that Square Enix is much more open to releasing games on more than one system, especially since they will all have similar software and hardware, compared to the PS1/N64 days. So, hopefully Kingdom Hearts III will also be released on multiple systems, and since Wii U seems to have multiple third-parties involved already, it wouldn't be beyond the realm of possiblity for Square Enix to join them as well, especially since, like I said, they've worked with Nintendo in the past for console support.  Timelinesplitter Chaos 17:20, November 3, 2012 (UTC)
Personally, I'm horrified with the idea of a Kingdom Hearts exclusively on the Wii-U. I mean, what's wrong with a nice simple game that plays with easy, natural controls, like KHII? The PS3 certainly has the hardware to play an extremely detailed highpower game, so why not have it for PS3? The controls would be the same as KHI & II, and there would be no silly gimmicks that are unneccessary. - TidusTehSacrificer357 03:10, November 15, 2012 (UTC)
You have a point, although I don't think it would be exclusively Wii U. I think it would be on the both the PS3 and the Wii U. Also, with the Wii U gamepad, the controls on the Wii U can easily be almost exactly like on the Play Station, as the Wii U gamepad has two clickable joysticks, and A, X, Y, and B buttons which can easily substitute for the X, Triangle, Square and Circle buttons on most Play Stations. The Wii U is also capable of producing a highpowered game such as KH3, as it can handle HD graphics and such. Though you do have a point, Nintendo does tend to make quite a bit of gameplay mechanics that are dificult to match up with some Play Station games, although, in the case of the Wii U, I don't think it would be very different from the PS3 version. Just look at KH 358/2 Days. It would be almost the same thing on the Wii U, just with a joystick and more PlayStation-like controls. This is all my opinion of course. {{SUBST:User:DarmaniTheFourth/Sig}} 03:43, November 15, 2012 (UTC)
Nah, it wouldn't be exclusive to the Wii U. As it will most definitely be on PS3, I'm pretty certain it'll be on XBOX 360 too, I was just giving my reasons as to why it'll most likely be multi-platform for not just those two consoles, but for the Wii U as well, especially since Nintendo has brought back controllers (thank God), rather than motion controls.  Timelinesplitter Chaos 15:59, November 15, 2012 (UTC)
I really doubt it will be on PS3/XBOX 360... We'll have to wait for the next consoles, which will probabily more powerful than the Wii-U. AkaAxl 17:41, November 16, 2012 (UTC)
Well, that really depends on whether Square Enix decides to prolong making the game.  Timelinesplitter Chaos 22:23, November 16, 2012 (UTC)