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Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, pigs are flying because New Pokemon Snap got announced. That’s not all the Pokemon Presents video graced us with—brushing our teeth is finally solved with Pokemon Smile. In other news, Kingdom Hearts continues to be an embarrassing nightmare with Memory of Melody. And finally, Oni Dino and Galen lay down some EA games predictions and ARMS character predictions for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Fighter Pass volume 2. In our game analysis segment, we cover a great and overlooked indie game called Bloodroots, and some extra tidbits on Xenoblade, One Step From Eden, and even Fitness Boxing.

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Square Enix has shared an official announcement for Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory. The rhythm-action game, announced for Switch earlier in the week, has also received an English trailer.

Here’s the full roundup:

Square Enix has issued a new batch of screenshots from Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, which was announced for Switch earlier this week. We have the images below.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory launches for Switch worldwide in 2020. Read more about the game in our initial post here.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is in development and will be released on Switch, Square Enix has just announced. It will launch later this year.

Square Enix describes Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory as a rhythm action game. It will feature over 140 songs, including ones from Disney. Four modes will be available, including online battles.

Here’s the debut trailer: