Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, which features "rhythm-action gameplay" has been announced to be coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on November 13, 2020.
In what is definitely one of the more weirder games to come out of the Kingdom Hearts series, Melody of Memory will have players matching the rhythm with good timing in order to cast magic spells in order to attack their enemies. There's a bunch of modes being offered such as Memory Drive, which will have players matching to past scenes from memory, and Boss Battle, where players will face off against a boss with special attacks.
Once a stage has been cleared, players will receive rewards in the tune of new cinematics and musical scores to "relive memorable scenes from their journey", which is good and all, but I don't think anyone wants to relive the crushing disappointment that was Kingdom Hearts 3.
While all versions of the game has local and online battle modes for everyone to get angry in, the Nintendo Switch version of the game has a cool-sounding free-for-all local multiplayer mode where up to 8 players can try to get their Kingdom Hearts on. Switch players will also be able to play a chapter from the character Kairi's perspective, which is cool for Kairi fans, I guess.
Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on November 13, 2020. If you want to pre-order the Nintendo Switch version, click here, though be aware it is a $60 AAA game.
What do you think of this announcement? Are you going to be picking up Melody of Memory? Do you care about the Kingdom Hearts series anymore? Let us know in the comments!