Kingdom Hearts merchandise campaign coming to Namco crane games
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Kingdom Hearts Merchandise Will Appear in Namco Crane Games

Bandai Namco revealed that it will offer new merchandise based on Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts series in its crane games for a limited time. People will be able to get the items at crane games in Namco amusement centers across Japan for a month starting from June 7, 2024.

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Some of the entries will have a focus on the Organization XIII members. One of them will be a series of hanging mascots of Roxas, Xion, and Axel. However, they will have different designs from the plush dolls that Square Enix releases in not only Japan but also North America.

Here is the list of items that will appear for a limited time in Namco’s crane games:

  • Hanging mascots of Roxas, Xion, and Axel
  • Multipurpose clear cases with acrylic charms based on five games (358/2 Days, Birth By Sleep, Dream Drop Distance, Kingdom Hearts Chi, and Kingdom Hearts 3)
  • Acrylic smartphone stands based on all original Organization XIII members (Xemnas, Xigbar, Xaldin, Vexen, Lexaeus, Zexion, Saix, Axel, Demyx, Luxord, Marluxia, Larxene, Roxas)

In addition, people can also contact the staff in Namco amusement centers to enter a bonus item campaign. By spending a total of 500 yen on eligible crane games, they can receive a random clear card containing a Kingdom Hearts game scene while stocks last.

Bonus Kingdom Hearts clear cards
Image via Namco

The Kingdom Hearts merchandise campaign will be available in Namco crane games across Japan for a month from June 7, 2024, to July 7, 2024.


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