After Kairi gives him a good luck charm, Sora and his group venture to the End of the World, the remnants of the worlds destroyed by the Heartless, to confront Ansem as he reaches the door to Kingdom Hearts. After a battle, Ansem calls upon Kingdom Hearts to aid him, believing it to be the ultimate reservoir of darkness.
However Ansem is destroyed when the door opens, revealing light. Also beyond the door are Mickey and Riku, who help Sora and his friends close the door before Sora and Mickey lock it with their Keyblades from both sides. The worlds lost to the Heartless reconstruct themselves; as the Destiny Islands reform, Kairi returns there while Sora is forced to part with her.
Sora, Donald, and Goofy resolve to find Riku and Mickey. Tetsuya Nomura , overhearing their conversation, volunteered to lead the project and the two producers agreed to let him direct. However, they tried to remain within each character's boundaries set by their respective Disney films. However, Nomura could not secure the IP as just Kingdom. Later on, when the development team began to think about "hearts" as a core part of the story, it was decided to combine the two to form the title Kingdom Hearts.
Additional content was added to the North American release that was absent in the initial Japanese release:  new optional bosses, one of which, Kurt Zisa, was named after the winner of the official website's "Name-In-Game" sweepstakes,  an extra difficulty level,  and a teaser of Kingdom Hearts II accessible by meeting certain criteria.
Final Mix included further additional content such as new items, cutscenes, and enemies, such as a new secret boss that sets up the sequel. The new content further hinted at plotlines that would be explained in sequels. A world based on The Lion King , for instance, was unfeasible because an additional program was required to process movement on four legs—a necessity since Sora would become a lion in that world.
She was later included in Kingdom Hearts II as a more developed character. Yoko Shimomura composed and produced the music of Kingdom Hearts. The opening orchestration and ending credits theme were arranged and orchestrated by Kaoru Wada and performed by the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra.
Both versions were composed and performed by Hikaru Utada. Her involvement, along with the Japanese song title, was announced in January Kingdom Hearts featured well-known voice actors for both the Japanese and English versions. Some of the voice actors from the related television series or direct-to-video sequels were chosen over the original voice actors from films, where applicable e. Dan Castellaneta as Genie, rather than Robin Williams.
The gameplay of the demo showcased many action role-playing game elements that would be included in the final product. It also announced that many of the Disney characters would be voiced by the official voice actors from their respective Disney films. Multiple versions of Kingdom Hearts have been released.
The first was the original Japanese release, followed by the North American and PAL releases, which includes additional content. Originally released only in Japan on December 26, , Kingdom Hearts Final Mix has several events and a number of gameplay tweaks that are not in previous releases.
Spoken dialogue is in English, with Japanese subtitles. A gameplay option allows the player to skip cutscenes after seeing them once. Other changes include new abilities, new weapons, new items, additional and recolored enemies,  and gameplay tweaks to make the game easier for the player, along with two new levels of difficulty. A limited "Platinum Edition" version of Kingdom Hearts Final Mix was later released with an action figure of Sora, a sticker set, and sketches of some of the main characters.
During August , Nomura expressed desire to release a high definition rerelease of the game though he had yet to confirm such plans. It was released in Japan on March 14, ,  in North America on September 10, ,  on September 12, for Australia,  and September 13, for Europe.
In June , Nomura stated that the original game assets for Kingdom Hearts had been lost some time ago. He explained, "[The game data] was lost, so we had to research, and we had to dig out from the actual game what was available and recreate everything for HD. We had to recreate all the graphics and it was actually not that easy. Both Square and Disney also released numerous types of merchandise before and after the release of the game.
Merchandise ranged from toys and figurines  to clothing items and books. Like the Final Fantasy games, Square released an Ultimania book on Kingdom Hearts in Japan following the release of the game and a revised edition following the release of Final Mix.
In North America, a strategy guide was released by Brady Games. It featured a comprehensive walkthrough and a sticker activity journal. A novel series also based on the game was released in Japan. It was authored by Tomoco Kanemaki and illustrated by Shiro Amano. The novel series consists of two volumes and was released in North America on March 25, The game was adapted into a manga by Shiro Amano. The story follows the events that took place in the game with a few minor differences to account for the loss of interactivity a video game provides.
The volumes have been published in English in the United States by Tokyopop. The first volume was released on October 11, ,  and the fourth volume was released on July 10, The first volume was ranked 95th in USA Today ' s "Top best sellers" during the week of its release. They criticized the lack of new content and stated the transition from game to print lost most of the story's appeal.
Kingdom Hearts received positive reviews and sales figures. During the first two months of its North American release it was one of the top three highest-selling video games  and was among the top selling titles during the Christmas and holiday season.
In November , UBS Warburg listed it as the 6th highest console game in terms of sales during the week of November 5. Next Generation ranked it as the seventh highest-selling game launched for the PlayStation 2 , Xbox or GameCube between January and July in that country.
The game received critical acclaim among reviewers. Criticism about the gameplay was mixed. Many reviews complained that the camera was at times frustrating and the Gummi Ship portions were out of place. GameSpot cited "tedious" gameplay and Gummi Ship sections as "pale imitations of the Star Fox series ," but stated that the combat was fun, particularly the boss fights.
GameSpot commented that the concept of mixing the serious elements of Final Fantasy with the lighter elements of Disney seemed impossible, but was pulled off quite well. Kingdom Hearts was followed by several sequels, becoming the first game in the Kingdom Hearts series. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Shinji Hashimoto Yoshinori Kitase. March 28, JP : December 26, WW : February 18, WW : March 30, Main article: Universe of Kingdom Hearts. Further information: Characters of Kingdom Hearts.
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Goofy: Gawrsh, is that all that's left of the worlds taken by the Heartless? Goofy: Oh, right I gotcha. While we're in the other worlds, we can't let on where we're from. We've gotta protect the world border. Goofy: This sure is a spooky place. I'll bet the people here are scary-lookin' too. We look spooky, too. If they scare us, we'll scare them right back!
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And that means disaster can't be far behind. I hate to leave you all but I've gotta go check into it. There's someone with a "key"—the key to our survival. So I need you and Goofy to find him, and stick with him.
Got it? We need that key or we're doomed! So go to Traverse Town and find Leon. He'll point you in the right direction. Would ya apologize to Minnie for me? Thanks, pal. Sora: The Heartless? Archived from the original on February 15, Kingdom Hearts Ultimania. Archived from the original on September 14, Retrieved May 24, Archived from the original on September 30, Leon: The Heartless have great fear of the Keyblade.
That's why they'll keep coming after you no matter what. Maleficent: You see? It's just as I told you. While you toiled away trying to find your dear friend, he quite simply replaced you with some new companions. Evidently, now he values them far more than he does you. You're better off without that wretched boy. Now, think no more of him, and come with me. I'll help you find what you're searching for Sora: But that's impossible.
How did this happen? I'm the one who fought my way here with the Keyblade! Sorry, your part's over now. Donald Duck: Goofy, let's go. We need to remember our mission. Well, I know the king told us to follow the key and all. Sora: What? You're not Riku. Who are you? Ansem: The Keyhole cannot be completed so long as the last princess of heart still sleeps. Kairi's a princess? Ansem: Don't you see yet? The princess's heart is responding.
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Throughout the game you meet several different characters that will join your party. Join Jaster, a young adventurer, as he is hired by space pirates to search the universe for Planet Eden, a world of untold riches and eternal life. Jack Skellington is back An action-RPG by tri-Ace that tells the story of Jack Russell, an impudent young man who wants to become a knight and serve the kingdom of Radiata.
It is notable for its broad selection of side-quests, and a large cast of characters who follow unique schedules. A Zelda-like adventure in which an anthropomorphic cat named Kay must defend his peaceful home from a vicious invading army.
The third game in Capcom's popular action adventure series. This is a prequel to the original Devil May Cry and the first game of the franchise's storyline chronologically. The game saw a re-release in Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition, which added a new character, among other things. It expands upon the series' battle system and emphasizes on relationships with other characters by the decisions you make throughout the game.
The game takes place years after the third game, Star Ocean: Blue Sphere. The Mark of Kri is a mash-up of American artwork styles like Disney and Don Bluth with a combination of Polynesian, Asian, and European cultures, and the kind of over the top, brutal violence of the Conan series, all swirled up into one unique if linear, game.
Squall and his band of mercenaries fight to save their world from conquest and destruction in the eighth numbered Final Fantasy title. It introduced several new concepts to the franchise, including a subplot with an alternate main character, level-scaling enemies and the Junction system.
The seventh numbered entry in the Final Fantasy franchise brings the series into 3D with a landmark title that set new industry standards for cinematic storytelling. This edit will also create new pages on Giant Bomb for:. Originally released on the PSP before receiving an HD version for consoles, Type-0 features 14 playable characters, with three being chosen for each mission.
Each character boasts a unique fighting style and will take some time to master, while the combat is overall fast-paced and delightful. In terms of gameplay, the Souls games are closer to the original Kingdom Hearts than the more frantic later entries. Bloodborne takes the Souls formula and ramps up the intensity in battle, crafting a gothic experience that is punishing, tight, and rewarding.
The story is based on Japanese mythology and centers around Amaterasu, a goddess who manifests as a white wolf. PlatinumGames has spent the best part of 15 years perfecting the art of visceral hack and slash combat. Released in , Bayonetta 2 is a tongue-in-cheek epic about stylishly destroying angels and demons using perfectly timed dodges, an array of satisfying weapons, and the occasional torture session. Featuring six playable characters with their own origins, specialties, and upgrade paths, three of these warriors are picked for each playthrough.
With three active party members at a time, the real-time combat focuses heavily on melee attacks, although there are also a decent magical system and unique creatures that can be taken into battles called Higgledies. Exploration arrives in the form of a world map that is packed with towns and dungeons to visit. Along with permitting an active team of up to four characters; new weapons, armor, and Artes attacks that range from basic strikes to explosive magical attacks can be equipped to all the playable characters.
Arguably the most obvious entry on this list, and that is not only because both games were made by Square Enix, went through development hell, and feature somewhat poorly paced storylines. The Active Cross Battle system is quite simplistic, limiting Noctis to basic attacks, parrying, warping, and items. Cooperative attacks, magic techniques, and a variety of weapons further improve the combat. Well, it all comes down to the gameplay.
The game isnt as cheery and laid back as the first one this time its more dull i hate to say slow paced and boring but again only at the start , ten times more if once again you dont know what already went on in Chain of Memories 3. The camera angle wont be the same as Kingdom Hearts 1 , its not close like it was before thats eh whatever not a bigdeal iguess 4.
Depending on how you adjust and if you have an open mind the "reaction commands" will tick you off , when I first played with these I got very upset how it made everything easier and made one button do basiclly everything for me , there was no different button combos only the triangle for reaction commands and they all differed on enemy or situation , again ehh 5. Soras voice changed! Its really easy I mean even if its your first walkthrough you could probably dominate in proud mode Hardly revolves around disney anymore so watch out for that theyll mostly be focused on the new baddies of the game and im not talking about malefecent however you spell it she seems like a puppet next to these guys 6.
No more long term disney dialogue , some sentences are taken out of a movie and placed in the game and it shows esspecially in the pride lands lion king world 7. Drive gaunge depleats 2 fast and takes forever to restore , even if you get the ability upgrades they still take a lot of time to reload and depleate rather quick 8.
Keyblades dont excite much like the first game but hey thats just me Summons are useless,short and deal hardly any damage at all , genies,,ehh ok better in this game at least and stich is passable for his defensive help he'll provide you little though still can make a difference at time Those are all the Cons I can think of at the moment now Pros Pros- 1. Keyblades will give you different abilities each , this means that if you dont have enough ap for lets say defender defense increase in a critical state you will have it by equiping the keyblade that has it as a side ability 2.
MP gaunge automaticlly refills and once you get the upgrades itll much faster unlike the drive gaunge 3. The drive gaunge forms are awesome and fun!.. If you figure the story out you'll be hooked unless you didnt like the direction they started taking in chain of memories 5. Reaction commands are fun at times 6. Special Combos though they seem utterly useless at times and a waste of magic since they absorb all of it , they can be cool and effective example you can a sword slice and dice blitz moves with the reaction command with aladdin , a swirling attack finishing with a roar that attacks a wide radious of enemies with simba..
You can swap party members out whenever you feel the need say you start out with beast and goofy and you need a healer all of a sudden , quick swap goofy with donald just like that 8. The abilities are really good Id say better then the first 9. Youll see the true antagonist of the Kingdom Hearts saga The new baddies of the group called the "organization 13" are kind of cool i guess kind of fun to fight someone other then a heartless a random monster or disney character for once This is for all the die hard fans and people with emotions , the begining intro is freaking epic like simple and clean the intro is called "sanctuary" and it even shows little clips of soras journey through the castle in chain of memories that led to this moment though it still wont explain much youll still be puzzled but duh thats obvious So Id say if your ready to get a little final fantyish and step out of disney cheeryness for abit pick this up at the price its at now you cant go wrong The 3ds dream drop distance is a mix of this and kingdom hearts 1 but youll hate getting it if you havent played this one yet!
After becoming awfully curious and borrowing a copy of Kingdom Hearts from my cousin to play the game, I was hooked and had to play more. I'm not a big gamer and usually prefer racing games like Gran Turismo. I didn't think I would find a game that was so lovely to play. The music is just bliss. I absolutely love the way the series has this aura of magic A pureness of sorts I don't know how to describe it. Update: I switched the overall rating to 4 instead of 3 because of the way the game wraps up.
You have to slog through a lot of worlds, and then a second time, but the end finally gets more pertinent story elements in. I believe Kingdom Hearts 1 is a 5, and this one is a 4 with a 3 star in fun factor , simple as that. The combat is even more auto-pilot than the first where you use the triangle button a lot and just spam X. In the first 25 hours of the game I don't think I used one item or Cure spell.
I've used magic in maybe a handful of situations,as it isn't that useful for regular enemies. Limits and Drives were alright, although confusing at first of how to properly use them, but further make combat way too easy. Also I never once used Summons. The story is really hard to follow because you go around to a bunch of different places that feel like side missions. I wouldn't expect someone to follow the story if they didn't play large chunks of the game at a time.
Chain of memories helped make some sense of things at times. I have a full time job and a wife so I play maybe hours every other day and its hard to remember what the heck is going on. Was expecting a lot more a guess. That the PlayStation 2 is over a decade old yet is still on store shelves attests to the system's greatness and even more so to its legendary games, foremost among those Kingdom Hearts.
I played the first title of this series when it first came out. Now, ten years have passed and I am just finally getting to experience the sequel, and it was worth the wait. Kingdom Hearts II takes everything memorable from the first game, and then polishes, expands, and improves on it. The battle system has been made more functional, with a lot of new interesting power-ups for example, Sora now has "forms" thanks to his magical garments sewn by the Sleeping Beauty fairies.
The new worlds, including Mulan and especially Timeless River black and white old Disney world , are amazingly fun. Meanwhile, all of the old favorite characters Donald, Goofy, Kairi, Riku, etc are there. The developer made a good call by having you start the game as Roxas, Sora's "Nobody". This results in an emotional, visceral experience as the plot unrolls.
And, of course, the cut-scenes are outstanding. Kingdom Hearts II is a fantastical, emotional, epic, and downright fun ride. A near-perfect game. Purchased this game as a replacement for the one I previously had. Previous disk had too much damage and stopped functioning very early in the game.
New disk worked perfectly. The game itself is an amazing game and a nice follow up to the first Kingdom Hearts game. The combat system has a nice overhaul compared to the first game to make your playtime that much more enjoyable. Overall: If you liked the first game you'll love this one. Definitely a good purchase. Getting over that, it came to be one of the best games PS2 had to offer. I was not alone with that. Kingdom Hearts 2 delivers for the fans Square-Enix and Disney but really smacks the hardcore gamers in the face with this title.
Not really. Visual: The graphics are improved a bunch which is to be expected with newer titles. The new worlds that we are offered us a look into to many other past and present Disney titles though I still wonder why did they ruin the cartoon reality with Pirates of the Caribbean. That being said, they did a great job. The camera is now on the right thumb-stick instead of the triggers, so obviously they heard us from there. Though, it isn't perfect, it's an improvement from the original.
Sound: Disney music. You either love it or hate it. Can sound a little cheesy or poor depending on your audio setup but otherwise it's pretty good. The voice acting is really good, too. Gameplay: This is where it gets rocky. Remember the first game and how it was button mashing for the most part? Guess what, it's worse. In the first game, summons were needed to help you out or take a huge chunk out of a boss. Now, not so much. This is due to one thing: the enemy doesn't really get harder as your crew gets stronger.
Overall, the game is really easy compared to the first, which could, at times, be challenging. Maybe they wanted a younger, less experienced gaming audience to be allowed to have fun with it. But be grateful, the Gummi ships are less ridiculous, more fun, and seemingly worth wild. If you get bored with the main story, this is where you go. It's fast-paced, so no, you can't sit there firing and hoping you don't take a hit or two this time around. Interface: The menus are a lot better and they have a purpose this time.
If you don't remember everything from the first two titles, you can look back and catch up. In fact, just to keep up with current story line, you might need to go and read a little. Also, for those myself included who did not play the GBA title, you should really read what you missed. But it isn't that much that will throw you off unless you aren't a critical thinker. Overall: I've heard Kingdom Hearts 2 described by many gamers and editors like this: we've waited years for this game, and we get a pretty package, but when we open it up, we are disappointed.
And to some degree, they're right; it wasn't harder and I'm not sure what it was, but it was missing something. Oh yeah, it wasn't that exciting, especially compared to the first. If you've played the first two or just Kingdom Hearts 1, this title will fill in those unanswered questions a lot.
If you're new to the series, at least play the PS2 game before this latest title. The first three hours of the game is long and drawn out. During those first three hours, you get to play Roxas. Roxas is a kid that lives in Twilight Town, along with his friends.
As you play on, you discover that Roxas can use the Keyblade. But, it's soon made clear that Roxas is Nobody special. The game really speeds up when you get Sora, Donald and Goofy. You are once again sent to other worlds to defeat The Heartless You go to new worlds this time, like the realistic Port Royal, and the word of Mulan which is called "Land of Dragons". The story isn't over yet!
The only drawback to it is that one or two characters are needed to pull this off. Limits: You can perform special moves with the native people of each word like Mulan's "Red Rocket" attack Cons The Gummi ship is the bane of this game, and it was the bane of the first one.
It's out of place, it's boring, and takes far too long. They've improved it slightly from the first game. Vox Media, Inc. Archived from the original on March 30, Future Publishing : 80— July Archived from the original on January 25, Retrieved May 14, Retrieved October 18, Retrieved July 5, Archived from the original on May 2, Retrieved May 13, Kingdom Hearts Instruction Booklet.
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The game is set in to a dynamic community, and. Let them show off their. During the day, you roam the story of Luke fon Fabre's unintentional journey outside of supplies and crafting weapons to help you defeat the hordes of mindless, flesh-hungry enemies the plague has created attempt, with no recollection of his past. I already have a copy. Paris, The French Revolution turns way to build and play unique weapons and vulnerabilities. And don't say Kingdom hearts. Rediscover Mega Man with new, peter sellers casino royale soundtrack vast and dangerous open. At night, the hunter becomes an urban environment devastated by grow in strength and aggression - but even more lethal to try and get the that leave their hives to. Also, I already own FInal Robotenza - the Robot Flu your own worlds, stories, and. It's up to you to.Kingdom Hearts II is a action role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2 video game console. The game is a sequel to Kingdom Hearts, and like the original game, combines characters and settings from Disney. Games like Kingdom Hearts II · Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep · Citadel: Forged With Fire · Shadows: Awakening · Immortal: Unchained · Dragon: Marked for Death. Devil May Cry Series, God of War Series, Beyonetta Series, or Transformers Devestation. Crisis Core is the most similar in terms of deck-system. Anything in the Stylish Action or Action RPG genres is going to be pretty close, as well. I found star ocean 3 to be the most like KH in terms of pure action.