Kingdom Hearts 3 has mini-games - that's not particularly surprising. But what is surprising is some of the mini-games are inspired by 1980s LCD games.
Kingdom Hearts fans rejoice! Finally, we are getting a Toy Story world.
Square Enix's long in development crossover action RPG Kingdom Hearts 3 is finally back in the spotlight, this time with a new trailer.
The new trailer, below, was revealed during Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour in Los Angeles. It shows Sora in a new form, Donald Duck and Goofy, who all help Hercules battle various forms of Heartless on Mount Olympus.
Disney villains Hades, Maleficent and Pete also pop up to discuss the location of a mysterious black box.
Both Kingdom Hearts HD ReMIX compilations from the PS3 era are coming to PS4, bundled onto one disc, on 31st March.
UPDATE: Square Enix has clarified exactly what Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue includes.
Kingdom Hearts 3 includes the world and characters of Big Hero 6 in a storyline set after the events of Disney's hit movie.
Tetsuya Nomura apparently didn't realise he was directing the remake of Final Fantasy 7 until he saw his name appear in the credits.
Kingdom Hearts 3 stole the show during Square Enix's E3 2015 press conference, with a trailer that mixed cut-scenes with fast-paced combat.
The video, below, gives us a good look at how the Square Enix-developed Disney crossover action role-playing game is coming along. It's due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but doesn't yet have a release date.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is set after the events of Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, and sees the return of protagonist Sora, who is joined by Donald Duck, Goofy, King Mickey and Riku. A new world based on Tangled is set to feature.
Square Enix ditched its in-house engine Luminous for Epic's Unreal Engine 4 part-way through the development of crossover action role-playing game Kingdom Hearts 3 - a move you'd expect to throw more than a few spanners in the works.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is now being made with Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4, its chief developer has revealed.
Here's a first real look at PS4 and Xbox One game Kingdom Hearts 3 in action.
The gameplay video shows returning spiky-haired hero Sora swiping at foes with his familiar Keyblade (oversized key) weapon. Apparently he can change the shape of his sword.
Sora also summons some impressive help in the shape of a Peter Pan-style pirate ship, lit with lots of coloured bulbs, and a rollercoaster straight out of a Disney theme park. He uses the latter to fight a giant rock monster.
Square Enix has just announced Kingdom Hearts 3 for PlayStation 4 during Sony's E3 press conference.
The game is "now in development", Square Enix stated, although how far along is unclear.
There was also no word of the game being a Sony exclusive, so an Xbox One version is possible.