Sora and friends face mysterious new enemies as they continue their journey to save all worlds, and find Riku and King Mickey.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sora (voice)
Riku (voice)
Kairi (voice)
Roxas (voice)
Naminé (voice)
Hayner (voice)
Pence (voice)
Olette (voice)
Luxord (voice)
Ryan O'Donohue ...
Demyx (voice)
Axel (voice)
Saïx (voice)
Xaldin (voice)
Xigbar (voice) (as James Patrick Stewart)


One year after the events of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Sora, Donald, and goofy awaken in Twilight Town. Bent on his quest to find Riku and King Mickey, the three set off on another adventure. However, they soon discover that while they have been asleep, the Heartless are back! Not only that, but Sora, Donald, and Goofy must face new enemies: The Nobodies and Organization 13! They set off on a quest to rid the world of the Heartless once more, uncovering the many secrets that linger about Ansem and Organization 13... Written by Redfern226

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Those who control the Nobody, are the Thirteenth Order. See more »


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Release Date:

28 March 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Kingudamu Hâtsu Tsu  »

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Did You Know?


A handful of actors did not reprise their roles from the first Kingdom Hearts: Billy Zane as Ansem, David Boreanaz as Leon, Mandy Moore as Aerith, Lance Bass as Sephiroth, Christy Carlson Romano as Yuffie, and Sean Astin as Hercules. Some fans highly disapproved of the use of such people playing the voices of the Final Fantasy characters, particularly Mandy Moore and Lance Bass. Interestingly, Sean Astin was replaced by the actor who originally voiced Hercules in the movie, Tate Donovan. See more »


In Port Royal, to end the curse of the Aztec gold everyone who has touched the golf must pay in blood. However, when Jack Sparrow tosses the coin to Will he doesn't cut himself to pay in blood as he does in _Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)_. See more »


[first lines]
Sora: [Roxas's voice] A scattered memory like a far-off dream. A far-off dream like a scattered memory. I want to line the pieces up, yours and mine.
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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 complete the game close to a 100%. See more »


References The Plowboy (1929) See more »


Beauty And The Beast
Music by Alan Menken
Words by Howard Ashman
(C) 1991 Walt Disney Music Company (ASCAP)/Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (BMI) All Rights Reserved.
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Sora's triumphant return
4 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first Kingdom Hearts game was a genre-defining title. Squaresft had a huge hit on its hands, spawned from its partnership with Disney, that no one really expected. When the sequel was announced, fans of the game (myself included) were overjoyed. And now that it's here, we know that our reaction was justified.

This game is everything it promises to be and more. Everything, from the graphics to the gameplay, has been completely redone, with stunning results. It still shows the same crisp look and feel you expect from Square, but with a new polish that's readily evident.

The game feels the same, but different - like an old car with a brand new engine. Sora jumps and attacks with speed and flourish, just as he did in the first game. Only this time, they've thrown in a couple new features for you to play with - the Drive and Limit functions.

The Drive command is a stroke of genius on Square's part - when selected, you transform into one of 5 forms with the help of your allies - Valor (Goofy), Wisdom (Donald), Master (Both), Final (Both), and AntiForm (All allies). The first three are gained as the story progresses, but Final form and AntiForm are random occurrences. The Drive forms imbue Sora with new skills and abilities, allowing him to take down his enemies in ways never thought possible.

Anyone who's played Final Fantasy will recognize the Limit command. Sora teams up with his partners to unleash a flashy, devastating combo attack that decimates the enemies around him. Limit attacks do ridiculous damage and are often graphically stunning. Each ally (including those specific to the current world) has his own limit attack, and each one is completely unique.

As with he first game, the story is a brilliantly crafted and well-told narrative. All your favorite characters from the first game are back, including some new faces, like Stitch, Tifa, and, of course, the three stars of Final Fantasy X-2, Yuna, Rikku and Paine (making their appearance this time as three mischievous fairies that inhabit Hollow Bastion).

Overall, this is a fantastic and well-thought-out game that anyone who even mildly enjoyed the first. Games like this really only come once in a great while, and this should definitely keep you busy until the next ground-breaking new hit is released.

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