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)
Kirk Thornton ...
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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Release Date:

28 March 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Kingudamu hâtsu II  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


This was Pat Morita's last work prior to his death. He provided his voices as the Emperor of China in the Mulan level. See more »


Scrooge McDuck's journal entry states that, 'Before the Heartless appeared, he was using the Gummi Ship to travel across worlds'. However, in the first _Kingdom Hearts (2002)_ it is stated that, before the Heartless came, 'impassable walls' divided the worlds, making inter-world travel impossible. It only became possible after the emergence of the Heartless, who destroyed the walls. 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 Fainaru fantajî (1987) See more »


Sanctuary -after the battle-
Written and Performed by Hikaru Utada (as Utada)
Produced by Hikaru Utada (as Utada), Miyake Akira, Teruzane Utada
Keyboard and Programming: Hikaru Utada (as Utada), Matt Rohde
Additional Programming: Alexis Smith
Drums: Forrest Robinson
All Vocals: Hikaru Utada (as Utada)
Recorded by Pat Woodward and Matsui Atsushi
Pro-Tools Operation: Glenn Erwin
Recorded at Westlake Audio, LA, Bunkamura Studio, Tokyo
Mixed by Goetz B. for 365 Artists
Mixed at Bunkamura Studio, Tokyo
(P) 2005 The Island Def Jam Music Group (C) 2005 Walt Disney Music Company
(US version only)
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User Reviews

I thought it couldn't get any better and I was wrong.
13 May 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kingdom Hearts II is better than the first in ways I really didn't see coming. We meet new characters and see some old ones which adds to the fun. When it comes to Kingdom Hearts there are few disappointments and to me there aren't really any in the highly anticipated sequel to the great game.

In this game we return to play as Sora but this time with some new upgrades. You get to use many new combos in battle and even play as a different character a couple times (and I mean very few, but it is still fun). However at the beginning we play as a different character. With the addition of this new character the story becomes a little more emotional and a little bitter sweet. We start out as this character and would hope we would play as Sora later. However when we become Sora later in the game we begin to miss this character because he's a nice guy and a fun character to play as. This time we go to many new worlds along with old but still keeping the game fresh. The camera work is much better than the first game and so are the Gummi Routes. Now we don't have to hate going through them because they're just boring, now it is very fun playing these routes in fact its fun just to do them just because you would want to.

There has been many new improvements to the game that makes this way better than the first. The story is just as great as ever, the battles are very fun with the addition of new combos to use in battle, and the worlds are longer which adds to the excitement of the game. Maybe the voice acting of Leon and other Final Fantasy characters might not be the best (because the voice actors for them except for Cloud were changed). But I don't think anyone would mind much from how much fun the game is, and we even get to hear the voices of characters we weren't able to hear in the first game so that's good. The point is the flaws of the second game don't out-match the finished product. Kingdom Hearts II in my opinion is better than the first game in many ways which helps heighten my anticipation for another game.

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