When a boy named Sora loses his home, he understands he has to visit many worlds to restore peace to the universe.

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Cast

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Sora (voice)
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Riku (voice)
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Kairi (voice)
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Ansem (voice)
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Cloud Strife (voice)
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Yuffie Kisaragi (voice)
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Tidus (voice)
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Wakka (voice)
Molly Marlette ...
Selphie Tilmitt (voice) (as Molly Keck)
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Sephiroth (voice)
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Pinocchio (voice)
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Tony Anselmo ...
Donald Duck (voice)
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Storyline

Sora's world is shattered when a violent storm hits his home, and is seperated from his two closest friends. The storm scatters the three to unknown worlds. At the same time, there is turmoil in the Disney Castle. King Mickey is missing, and Court Wizard Donald and Captain Goofy are out to find him. On their travels they meet Sora, on his own search for his lost friends. The three are told of ominous creatures called Heartless, being without hearts derived from an unknown dimension and are the ones responsible for the devastating storm. The Disney villians, enticed by the power of darkness, manipulate the Darkness to help them gather the princesses of heart, who are needed to open a mysterious final door. Upon discovering the link between the Heartless, the storm, and the disappearance of King Mickey, Sora, Donald, and Goofy join forces and help familiar Disney heroes to save their worlds from the Heartless. Written by Anonymous

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There are many worlds, but they all share the same sky - One sky, one destiny See more »


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17 September 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Kingdom Hearts: Final Mix  »

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Trivia

The four optional bosses in the game are: Sephiroth, Kurt Zisa, Ice Titan and The Phantom. Originally in the Japanese release only Ice Titan and Phantom were the hidden bosses. When the game was re-released in Japan as Kingdom Hearts: Final Mix, both bosses from the NA release were added along with a fifth optional boss known as Unknown (which is based off Organization XIII from the later games to which his true identity became obvious in Kingdom Hearts II). See more »

Goofs

In some cut-scenes, Sora's Keyblade changes back to the original Kingdom Key he starts out with, even when the player is using a different one. See more »

Quotes

Goofy: We're outsiders, so wouldn't that be muddling?
Donald Duck: "Meddling"!
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Crazy Credits

A special bonus movie can be seen after the whole credits, but it can be only accessed if you seal all keyholes, get all 99 dalmatians, and complete the Hades Cup. See more »

Connections

References The Wise Little Hen (1934) See more »

Soundtracks

One-Winged Angel -from Final Fantasy VII-
Composed by Nobuo Uematsu
Arranged by Yôko Shimomura
(US version only)
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User Reviews

If you want something done right...
12 July 2003 | by (Northern Ireland) – See all my reviews

...let Square (sorry, Square Enix) do it. A lot of people groaned when they heard the words "Disney" and "platform game" put together when this game was first described, although a lot more interest was spawned when people heard that several Final Fantasy (the best game series ever) characters would be appearing. People demand a lot more from games these days - plot, story, character, action. People would never have dreamed of this when they were sitting playing KABOOM on their old Atari 2600s. The old platform game is now dead hopefully, make way for a new breed of platform game.

I can only describe this game as a masterpiece of entertainment. It had action, drama, coherent plot that got typically complicated towards the end (very Japanese sorta thing). It was well worth the money I paid for it, although the problem with Final Fantasy-esque games is their lack of replayability. Everyone likes surprises in plots, but they only work once. I wish I had some sort of operation to make me forget certain specific things so I could play FF9 again...


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