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Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom

See The Zelda-Like Gameplay In This New Trailer

A brand new trailer for Little Orbit's newest Adventure Time title has cropped up from the San Diego Comic-Con. This marks the third foray into the gaming space that the series has attempted.

Secret of the Nameless King is a top-down adventure title that borrows elements from classic high fantasy games. The trailer below certainly has classic Legend of Zelda vibes to it.

Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless King is slated to release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, 3DS, and PC this fall. For a few more bits of information on the title, read our announcement coverage.

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  • I wish this was on Wii U. I guess I'll get the 360 version.

  • This is getting closer to what I want from an Adventure Time game. I'm hoping for an open world Elder Scrolls type of game, but it's probably just a pipe dream.
  • Oh my Glob!

  • After being burned by the first two games I should stay as far away from this game as possible. My mind is telling me no, but my body... my body is telling me yesss!
  • I seriously hope that this game will be good like how Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?! was good. Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW!!! was just terrible.

  • In the dungeon when he gets the key, I feel like that looks almost exactly like a dungeon in a Zelda game.

  • It looks interesting, I might pick up the PS3 version. I'll probably wait for a bit after its release to see how the Adventure Time fanbase recieves it.

  • Party wolf wants to get down with this game. Ice King Why'd you steal our garbage, played just like Zelda 2 NES. And it was quite good. No surprise they'd go back to what works.
  • Look. I really like Adventure Time as much as the next guy, but this is jut getting ridiculous. I'm starting to wonder if Cartoon Network will actually give a developer time, money, and talent to make a quality made Adventure Time game for both fans, and gamers alike.

    It's just not gonna happen thanks to the Cartoon Network studios that have to rush out mediocre games for a certain show.

    I wish developers would take some notes from Rocksteady's Arkham games and South Park The Stick of Truth.