Kingdom Hearts III New Trailer Reveals Game & Watch Style Mini-Games
16 April 2018, 07:28 | Justin Tyler
Kingdom Hearts III's Classic Kingdom Trailer Shows Off Its Game & Watch-Style Mini-Games
Kingdom Hearts III will allow us to enjoy a great diversity of retro mini-games since Sora will have a console from where we will have access to titles like The Barnyard Battle, The Karnival Kid, Giantland and Musical Farmer.
Square Enix has released a new trailer for Kingdom Hearts III showing off Classic Kingdom, a Game & Watch-style mini-game collection. It's not clear if more of them will be available in the final version, but what we have here is already enough to remind older players of the good old days.
The newly introduced "Classic World" isn't the main focal point of the reveal, rather the mini-games found within it. The trailer revealed not only a new world, but also a new Keyblade transformation - which will be a big part of the gameplay - and the return of past villains, like Marluxia and Vanitas.
You can see a few screenshots below and the trailer is at the end of this article. When you consider that Kingdom Hearts 2 is turning 13 this year, it's hard to blame fans for getting a little antsy about KH3's release date. For now though, check out the trailer below to see what to expect.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is coming to PS4 and Xbox One in 2018. The retailer later changed the release date to December 31, indicating that the game will arrive this year.
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