Kingdom Hearts turns 10 today in Japan. The Square/Disney RPG launched in Japan on PlayStation 2 on March 28, 2002, featuring a mix of both Disney and Final Fantasy characters. Following its release, it seen a second main sequel on PS2, plus multiple spin-offs on PSP and DS. The newest installment in the series, Dream Drop Distance, releases in the west for 3DS this coming summer. After that, the constantly-teased Kingdom Hearts III?
Those lucky folks attending gamescom next week will be able to get a first hands on experience with Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy hits next week, and you can watch the launch trailer right here.
It may not look like it now, but we could soon live in a future where cheap game bundles are a thing of the past.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is taking forever because Square Enix decided to change game engine to Unreal 4 a year in
There are several reasons for why Kingdom Hearts 3 is still in development this many years later, but one of them has to do with an engine change after a year of work.
Kingdom Hearts 3 Toy Story world shown off in new trailer, Nomura talks multiple playable characters
Kingdom Hearts 3 remains as solid as morning mist, but here are some new details on it anyway.