Kingdom Hearts III's Newest Kingdom is Made of LCD Mini Games


Instead, this new trailer is nearly entirely centered around mini games you'll be able to play during your adventure.

It's been a little bit since we last heard from Kingdom Hearts 3, but over the weekend, Square Enix debuted a new trailer for the game.

For those who don't know, the Kingdom Hearts series mashes Disney worlds and characters together with an RPG world built by Square Enix (and featuring elements of Final Fantasy and The World Ends With You). Any long-time gamer will realize that these mini-games evoke a nostalgic feeling from the Nintendo Game & Watch handhelds of yesteryear.

In the brief video (above), Sora and company can be seen on what looks like a handheld gaming device, and we're quickly treated to what looks like a series of mini-games heavily inspired by the Game & Watch devices of the past.

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Kingdom Hearts III releases in 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

It has been a very long time since a numbered Kingdom Hearts game has released, with the last one being 2006's Kingdom Hearts 2. At the fan event it was also revealed that 300 Union χ [Cross] players will be selected to have their names appear in Kingdom Hearts III as part of the Make Your Mark campaign. This will likely be announced during E3 2018, where we'll be getting much more information on the game.

Game director Tetsuya Nomura has previously revealed that the story will pick up where Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance left off, which means it will follow Sora, Donald, and Goofy in their pursuit of the Seven Guardians of Light while King Mickey and Riku continue their search for the "Key to Return Hearts" to stop Xehanort's devious plan.