E3 2018: There's a $230 Kingdom Hearts 3 Special Edition

Judy Cobb
June 17, 2018

Well, someone had to put together a conference that failed to live up to expectation, right?

Square Enix may had made a smart move delaying the game as Fall 2018 is already stacked with many AAA titles already. As the home of many beloved franchises from their studios across the world, fans were hoping to get a glimpse at a promising future from the publisher/developer conglomerate.

Kingdom Hearts III follows the adventure of Sora, a Keyblade wielder, as he travels through numerous well known Disney worlds on a quest to stop the Heartless invasion. The Square Enix group of companies boasts a valuable portfolio of intellectual property including: FINAL FANTASY®, which has sold over 135 million units worldwide; DRAGON QUEST®, which has sold over 75 million units worldwide; TOMB RAIDER®, which has sold over 63 million units worldwide; and the legendary SPACE INVADERS®.

You can find out more and pre-order the game on the official site.

After half a decade of waiting, Kingdom Heart 3 finally announced its release date and even dropped a lot of trailers. Although we aren't so big on Skull & Bones and Sea of Thieves pirate-like gameplay, this does look pretty fun. It's also been in a development quagmire for years.

Final Fantasy XIV gets a trailer for its upcoming Under the Moonlight patch.

The Deluxe Edition + Bring Arts Figures will include all of the contents of the first version.

Platinum Games is making a new game called Babylon's Fall. They are using full CGI-style animation for that game, which means it may be a while before it comes out.

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Captain Spirit, a spin-off of Life is unusual, had already been announced some time ago, and so we had a few new pictures during the conference, guided by the two directors, the creative people who explain where is this game, saying that this would be a kind of prequel to season 2 of Life is odd.

Coming to Nintendo Switch July 13, 2018.

I honestly can't remember if I've posted this Just Cause 4 trailer elsewhere, but here it is anyway.

Engage in a turn-based battle system that eases players into combat with an accessible experience, featuring mechanics simple enough for novices but with enough depth to satisfy long-time fans. What kind of cool stuff, you ask?

The show closed with a repeat of the Frozen realm shown off at the Xbox E3 press conference with some extended footage.

Once again, we're not sure exactly which characters will join your party yet, but Jack Sparrow and Will Turner (Orlando Bloom's character from the films) seem like solid bets, as both of them showed up during the trailer. The video does mention we'll learn more about the game in August. The series celebrated its 15th anniversary on March 2017, and has shipped over 25 million units worldwide.

Kingdom Hearts II was released way back in 2005.

The reveal trailer happened during Microsoft's event Sunday, but Just Cause 4 did make an appearance at Square's event too. Eight roles to play in a new world brought to life by Square Enix.

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