Kingdom Hearts director Tetsuya Nomura asserts that it was he, not Disney, who had been aggressively calling for Sora to be included in the Smash Bros. game.

We just received an interesting message regarding one of the most unique games on the Nintendo Switch. We are talking in this case about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Specifically, we were able to find out statements from the director of Kingdom Hearts, Tetsuya NomuraAbout Sora’s access to the game. Apparently, he was very pleased with the inclusion of the character in the team, although he admits that he was very demanding with his appearance, unlike Disney.

We leave you with his common words with detective game:

Of course I was very happy that we were able to show Sora at Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Most of the comments were when Sora was announced for Smash Bros. Ultimate, “I can’t believe Disney agreed to put him in this game.”

In fact, I was actually the one who was really picky about his appearance on Smash Bros. It was Disney who said, ‘Hey! This is a great opportunity.’ I thought it would be hard to pull out because it might go against the ingrained traditions of Kingdom Hearts and Disney Worlds, so it was an opportunity that I had to consider very carefully. After seeing how happy everyone is to welcome Sora to Smash Bros. I feel like the end result was really great.

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