9 Disney Worlds We’d Like To See In Kingdom Hearts III

Geekosystem: ''Kingdom Hearts III has officially been announced for the Xbox One and PS4, and all of a sudden I care so much more about video games than I did even a week ago. While I haven’t been keeping up with the smaller handheld games, Kingdom Hearts was basically my gateway drug into gaming and, by a very weird coincidence, Joss Whedon — Leon was originally played by David Boreanaz in the first game, which is basically genius casting — so I’m eager to get back into series. What I’m really pumped for, though, is that there’s gonna be more Disney worlds to explore – mostly I don’t really understand what’s happening in those games other than the Disney worlds.''

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ShugaCane1978d ago

I've got one favor, SE : Please, get rid of Atlantica. The most embarrassing moments in gaming history lie in this world. Seriously.

Irishguy951977d ago

Wouldn't mind seeing FF13-15 characters...

HarryMasonHerpderp1977d ago

Have a lot of finny fun!!!

Yeah....I had to turn the volume down on my TV at that part and hope nobody came in the room lol

Swiggins1978d ago (Edited 1978d ago )

Wreck. It. Raplh!

Make it happen!

killbillvolume121978d ago

A Video Games based on a video game in a video game *mind blown*.

Outside_ofthe_Box1977d ago

I had to read that twice lol.

Chapter111977d ago

I'm hoping for an ESPN world.

Dr Pepper1977d ago (Edited 1977d ago )

Exploring the environments from the movie Atlantis would be really cool, especially with the flying vehicles they used.

Imagining National Treasure's so bizarre. Trying to decide which Nicolas Cage would be better: a photo realistic one running around with other Disney characters, or the cartoon Nicolas Cage from the "I want that cake" youtube video.

Zodiac1977d ago

Maybe Disney can pull some strings and get some Miyazaki films worlds in the games?

I know they are not Disney worlds, but seven Kingdom Hearts games later and they are running out of worlds relevant to the modern audience.

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