Kingdom Hearts' Ventus and Terra have been birthed by sleep into plushies on the Square Enix store.
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The store lists the Ventus plushie at 4.7 inches wide and 8.1 inches tall, while Terra is 4.5 inches wide and 7.3 inches tall. It's strange because Terra is by far the tallest of the two, but if you account Ventus' wacky anime hair, it makes some sense.
Each plush has some immaculate details on them, despite their tiny appearance. Ventus has his shoulder pad and cross-checked armband on his left hand. He also has a red and white collar and silver heart zip on his jacket. Terra, meanwhile has a belt with a golden heart broach, red straps, and armored arm. Both look adorable with their two-tone eyes.
The release of Ven and Terra in plush form completes the set as Aqua released back in February. You can get her for $43.99 right now.
Disney and Square Enix have released some whacky merchandise for the Kingdom Hearts series before. There are some stylish boots, a Rubik's Cube, and even a tissue box cover for those who want to cry to the ending of Birth By Sleep. It seems like Sora and his friends are making it to everything except for Super Smash Bros.
The Kingdom Hearts series has just made its way to the PC platform for the first time on the Epic Games Store. While the price is pretty steep for those who have the game on other systems, you can get three months of Disney+ if you buy Kingdom Hearts 3 + Remind on the storefront. Fans can also experience the original Japanese audio for the first time with the PC release.
With the series rumored to be getting a Disney+ show and the games expanding to new platforms like the Xbox and PC, the future seems bright for fans of this franchise. News is expected to arrive next year for the next title as Kingdom Hearts will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2022. Until then, may your heart be your guiding key.
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