Square Enix has announced that the cast of Big Hero 6 will be reprising their roles for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3.
The timely reveal comes as Big Hero 6’s cinematic release celebrates its fourth anniversary. For the record, the cast includes Ryan Potter, Jamie Chung, Scott Adsit, Khary Payton, and Honey Lemon.
Big Hero 6 is just one of many worlds featured in the highly anticipated Disney-RPG, among which includes Frozen, Tangled, and Toy Story. If you still need to catch up on the story, then there’s always the Kingdom Hearts: The Story So Far compilation on PlayStation 4.
Kingdom Hearts 3 is scheduled for release on January 29, 2019 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
#BigHero6 powered into theaters on this day in 2014!
To celebrate, we’re announcing the heroic voice cast for #KingdomHearts III including @jamiechung1, @genirodriguez, @kharypayton, @ryankpotter, Scott Adsit and more! pic.twitter.com/xUfQVYGNH5
— Kingdom Hearts (@KINGDOMHEARTS) November 7, 2018
Each week brings a shuffling of content to Destiny 2, and this week that includes another Ascendant Challenge along with something minor but technically new: the next stage of the murder mystery quest. The Ascendant Challenge, on the other hand, is not actually new, having been recycled from earlier in the season for Forsaken players. But whether you’ve done it before or not, there’s good reason to give it a shot, as Powerful gear awaits you as a reward. Here’s where to go and what to do to complete the current Ascendant Challenge.
Nintendo Switch Online is getting a trio of new NES games next week, including the classic 1986 action-adventurer Metroid.
Samus’ inaugural outing will be joined by Mighty Bomb Jack and TwinBee, with all three titles arriving on Wednesday, November 14. The games join an existing lineup of classics like Donkey Kong, Super Mario Bros. 3, and The Legend of Zelda, so it’s a pretty decent library already.
Manga — highly stylized Japanese comics — and anime — cartoons of the same style — are pretty popular with kids. Nearly all manga and anime feature characters with large, rounded eyes, and they cover a wide range of genres, from action-adventure to science fiction to romance.
Red Dead Redemption 2’s multiplayer companion Red Dead Online will launch later this month for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Take-Two revealed during an investors call (via PST).
The online mode will roll out in beta form as previously confirmed, although Take-Two didn’t provide any further details in the call. Still, at least we have an idea of when we’ll be able to saddle up for some multiplayer mayhem.