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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Miyu Irino ...
Sora (voice)
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Riku (voice)
Risa Uchida ...
Kairi (voice)
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Donald Duck / The Beast / Genie / Sebastian / Mushu (voice) (as Kouichi Yamadera)
Yu Shimaka ...
Goofy (voice) (as Yutaka Shimaka)
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Ansem (voice) (as Akio Ohtsuka)
Toshiko Sawada ...
Maleficent (voice)
Mika Doi ...
Alice / Daisy Duck (voice)
Sumie Ozawa ...
Queen of Hearts (voice)
Shigeru Ushiyama ...
White Rabbit (voice)
Takehiro Koyama ...
The Doorknob (voice)
Jûrôta Kosugi ...
Tarzan (voice) (as Jurota Kosugi)
Mayumi Suzuki ...
Jane Porter / Ariel (voice)
Banjô Ginga ...
Clayton (voice) (as Banjo Ginga)
Yuko Doi ...
Terk / Sally / Shock (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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17 September 2002 (USA)  »

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Kingdom Hearts: Final Mix  »

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Trivia

The Seven Princesses of Heart are: Snow White, Jasmine, Belle, Cinderella, Aurora, Alice and Kairi. 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

Ansem: This world has been connected. Tied to the darkness... soon to be completely eclipsed. There is so very much to learn. You understand so little.
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Crazy Credits

While the credits are rolling you see scenes of various Disney characters and characters from the game, including the "missing" characters of Riku and King Mickey. After the credits are finished you see Sora, Donald, and Goofy walking along a path wondering if they'll ever see Riku and King Mickey again. See more »

Connections

References Private Pluto (1943) See more »

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This is Halloween
Music by Danny Elfman
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User Reviews

A perfect collaboration between two entertainment giants!
3 November 2002 | by (Aryshire, Scotland) – See all my reviews

Like most other Square Fans, I was extremely skeptical when I first heard that the RPG legend would be teaming up with Disney, of all people, to produce a game. However, as time went on and more screenshots and gameplay tidbits were released, Kingdom Hearts became more and more appealing. Thankfully, When the big release day finally arrived, I was not disappointed. Square had managed to perfectly intergrate the Disney mythos along with the Final Fantasy universe to create a game of a game. Square has once again shown its talent for creating magical RPGs.

Kingdom Hearts is truly a stunning accomplishment and may very well be the game of the year for 2002. The biggest problem with Kingdom Hearts is that many gamers are bashing it because of the inclusion of the Disney characters without even playing the game. This is very short-sighted. Kingdom Hearts is a classic game, and if you own a PS2, this is one game that should absolutely be in your collection.


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