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Initial details for Kingdom Hearts X[chi] emerge

8:00 PM on 07.05.2013 // Chris Carter
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It'll take you to Agrabah, the Dwarf Woodlands, and Wonderland

In case you couldn't get enough browser-based games and oddly named Kingdom Hearts entries, Kingdom Hearts X[chi] is coming to browsers soon in Japan. As indicated in the trailer above, the game will utilize a chibi-esque artstyle, and will feature old worlds re-used from prior games, including Agrabah, the Dwarf Woodlands, and Wonderland.

X[chi] will allow you to customize and upgrade your own hero as you battle with the game's card-based combat system and take on select enemies with friends. If you're interested, you may be able to get in on the Japanese beta in the near future.

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