From director Tetsuya Nomura's abrupt announcement of a release date early yesterday morning, to a new trailer debuting during Microsoft's E3 press conference, the next major installment in the series has been getting some much-deserved attention.
The new trailer dropped at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this week. "Pirates of the Caribbean" first featured in the franchise in "Kingdom Hearts 2".
Pre-ordering the pack, which costs $99.99, will also net players a Kingdom Hearts III 'Impossible Odds' dynamic theme. Along with the reveal of Ratatouille's inclusion, new special moves, and gummi ship exploration, the trailer hinted at different plot points and story elements, including Sora's journey to recruit Roxas and other remaining key blade wielders necessary to combat the coming darkness.
About the Story of KINGDOM HEARTS III KINGDOM HEARTS III tells the story of the power of friendship as Sora and his friends embark on a perilous adventure and support each other through hard times.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider is one of the most anticipated games of 2018, and here, we discuss everything we know about, including the release date, platforms and the latest gameplay news. The trailer was also bad as well, featuring live-action "seamlessly" transitioning into video game footage, except it doesn't look good or seamless at all. It provided an in-depth look at the game's Frozen world. Maybe it's something Square Enix will revisit in the near future. Considering there are a number of titles Square could have talked about, like Final Fantasy VII Remake, it's a wonder they even held had an E3 showcase at all.
New IP from Square Enix is always cool to see as many studios can become sequel factories, so the new Babylon's Fall and A Quiet Man experiments were a nice addition. What has us interested the most is what impact they'll have on the game's story.