Three words I thought I would never be saying Kingdom Hearts 3. I’m happy to report that this game is in fact real, not fan made and is coming out on both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. Millions of fans around the world have been waiting for this announcement, and this years E3 delivers the goods.
Kingdom Hearts 3 brings back Sora as the main character and whom ventures forth with Mickey, Donald and Goofy through newly created and classic Disney worlds. KH3 will make full use of next generation consoles and features a new engine built from the ground up.
It has been about 6 years since this game was mentioned, and the long rumor was a VS game, but Square Enix turned out something completely different. Final Fantasy 15, a game set in a future world with a whole new combat system, and a new graphics engine. It is far to early to say if the game will be open world or if it will be a long tunnel.
I personally welcome something new and hope for a more open world feel. The trailer leads me to believe that the combat system will be open and active almost like if Devil May Cry and Grandia had a baby. The PlayStation 4 line up is looking very strong with this new addition.
Sega held a social media campaign to gauge the interest for it’s latest Vocoloid game Project Diva F on the Sony Playstation 3 gaming platform. The campaign was all over Twitter and Facebook and the more it spread the more likly Sega was going to publish Project Diva F outside of Japan.
The Polling was complete months ago and Sega has been silent about the results, until now at E3. Sega announced that the game was going to see release in both Europe and North America on Disc and through the Sony Digital Store. No price was mentioned but I would guess $49 for the disc version and $39 for the digital edition. As for release date Sega says sometime in August.