It was only last month the Kingdom Hearts director, Tetsuya Nomura, was saying there were currently "no specific plans" to bring more games in this particular series to the Nintendo Switch, after the release of Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory.

At the time, though, he did mention how he still found the Switch an appealing device and expressed how it was possible for another game of his to make the jump to Nintendo's hybrid platform. He also added that he would only consider games at a higher price point – upwards of £30.

Though Kingdom Hearts II Menace – Remastered itself is relatively cheap at £16.99 or so, there's definitely the potential their does exist for more expensive games to be released. What's more, multiple franchises swinging this model have recently sold terabytes upon terabytes on the eShop, if there's ever a high demand for them.

Kingdom Hearts III is still not confirmed as a Switch title.

Most recently, in July, Nintendo confirmed that they would be re-releasing Kirby's Epic Yarn for a "very limited time". Considering this was announced at the same time as the console's official release, it is likely that every copy would be handed out at launch.

The game's pre-order bonuses also let buyers choose between a game and a Billy Hatcher backpack, with the former coming with 75 GamePad Energy or Altar Attachment Points.

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