Kingdom Hearts 3 Mini-Games Revealed, Throwback to Classic 80s LCD Games

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Several weeks have passed without news of Kingdom Hearts III, but fortunately, Square Enix surprised us with a new trailer of its title. The highly anticipated title is rumored to arrive this November.

It all went down at the Kingdom Hearts Union χ [Cross] event, titled "Dandelion Meeting", that celebrates the mobile game.

The new kingdom is called the Classic Kingdom, and features 2D fixed perspective mini games, focused on an art style that combines classic Disney cartoons, with those 1980s LCD handheld games where if you tilted the screen a bit you could see every possible game position at once. In the video we can see he Barnyard Battle, The Karnival Kid, Giantland, and Musical Farmer.

The games of course take inspiration from classic LCD games from the 80s, much like Game & Watch.

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Some fans may be disappointed that this trailer only shows off these minigames, but we do get a fleeting glimpse at Twilight Town.

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. Seeing that Kingdom Hearts' offerings are largely similar to Final Fantasy, we can assume a similar outcome for the Disney-themed game.

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.

Kingdom Hearts 3 is coming to PS4 and Xbox One in 2018.

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