E3 2017: New Kingdom Hearts III Trailer

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Square Enix has quietly released 2 new trailers for E3 2017 over night. One of them is for the aforementioned (and rabidly anticipated) Kingdom Hearts III, and the other is for a puzzle game on the 3DS called Pictlogica Final Fantasy. According to Gematsu, Pictlogica Final Fantasy was previously released in Japan for iOS and Android, but is getting a new 3DS port set to release in the US on July 12. Here is the trailer:

There is still no solid date on the game featured in the second trailer, however. And during this E3 that will be unlikely to change. Still, it’s really nice for fans of Kingdom Hearts to see the next major entry in the series so far along. This trailer prominently features scenes from the world of Ancient Greece, seen in the Disney movie Hercules. The trailer is in Japanese, so there may be an English one that drops some time during the process of E3. Even with the language change, if you want to avoid all spoilers for the game, you may not want to watch this one. For everyone else, here is a fresh look at Kingdom Hearts III:

We’ll keep you updated on any other news we hear about these titles, or any other Square Enix announcements at E3 2017.

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Born in the 1970's, I've been an avid participant for much of video game history. A lifetime of being the sort of supergeek entrenched in the sciences and mathematics has not curbed my appreciation for the artistry of video games, cinema, and especially literature.