What I don't think anybody expected was a four-minute look at the gameplay and cutscenes, providing the best evidence yet that the game might actually, at long last, finally-finally, arrive this year. It is not like Kingdom Hearts 1 level of customisation, but more in tune with how you could accessorise Aqua in Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep.
According to the magazine (via KH Insider), a ton of new information on the upcoming game has been revealed, including the fact that the development of worlds for the game are split into three sections, with the first round of worlds being 90% complete, and the middle round being 60-70% complete.
Goofy and Donald Duck on the other hand, well, they're definitely something...
There will be around 10 to 19 worlds in the game, spread out over three parts. Now another Pixar world, Monsters, Inc.
As is typically the case, Sora and his pals take on a look that fits into the game's world, which is why they look like monsters in this latest trailer.
Fans were also treated to a second trailer teasing a mysterious exchange between Riku and King Mickey and the announcement of a new theme song by worldwide sensation and series veteran singer Hikaru Utada, titled "DON'T THINK TWICE". You've got all of the regular hacking and slashing with a Keyblade, plus several of Sora's new abilities, including summoning Ariel from The Little Mermaid and Disney's spinning Teacup ride.
Right away in the new trailer, Marluxia, the main villain of the Game Boy Advance game Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, comes into play.
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