Sora travels to Castle Oblivion; where to find is to lose, and to lose it to find.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Sora (voice) (archive sound)
Riku / Riku Replica (voice) (archive sound)
Donald Duck (voice) (archive sound)
Goofy (voice) (archive sound)
Ansem (voice) (archive sound)
Beast (voice) (archive sound)
Aladdin (voice) (archive sound)
Genie (voice) (archive sound)
Iago (voice) (archive sound)
Ariel (voice) (archive sound)
Ursula (voice) (archive sound)
Jack Skellington (voice) (archive sound)
Oogie Boogie (voice) (archive sound)
Hades (voice) (archive sound)
Christopher Steele ...
Peter Pan (voice) (archive sound) (as Chris Steele)


The sequel to one of the most popular RPG games "Kingdom Hearts." This time on Gamboy advanced. The story immediately picks up where you left off in the last game traveling the road in search of Riku and King Mickey. Sora, the protagonist of the story, along with his buddies Donald and Goofy, are on a quest to restore peace, rid the world of darkness, and above all find their friends. Sora comes to a fork in the road and is confronted by a mysterious man in a black cloak. The "Egnimatic Man" warns Sora "Ahead lies something you need, but to claim it, you must lose something dear." Sora and the gang are then lead to Castle Oblivion, where they revisit worlds, old friends who have forgotten them, and slowly lose their own memories as well. In this quest, one question has yet to be answered: What will Sora gain, and what will he lose? Written by RA

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Ahead lies something you need -- but to claim it, you must lose something dear.


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[Sora's party and Aladdin are being threatened by the Heartless]
Donald Duck: They just keep coming!
Aladdin: Guess we'd better see if the legends are true.
[he holds up the lamp]
Aladdin: Magic lamp, my first wish! Get rid of these Heartless!
[the Genie appears]
Genie: Did someone say "wish"? Then stand back, kids, genie of the lamp coming through! There ain't nothin' I can't make right as rain. Well, if we HAD rain. But enough dry jokes! One Heartless disappearing act, coming right up!
[the Genie makes the Heartless disappear]
Goofy Goof: Gawrsh...
Donald Duck:
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Unique game-play is what makes it good
29 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Kindgom Hearts: Chain of Memories is a good game. It's a prequel from the PS2 versions. This one is an action RPG.

After the opening presentation (with surprisingly good graphics) you get to the main game.

It's a hack-and-slash game, except with one thing: cards. Cards decide your attack, and are measured on the number in the corner. This number tells how good your card will do in battle. When you are playing a card, your opponent can use a different card. Depending on the number, either card will break. You can also choose which cards you want, for strategy. Cards with higher numbers (Zero can break anything when coming out, but can be broken by anything else.) have less of a chance of being broken. You can also use custom attacks by putting cards together, and making sleights. However all this becomes difficult because you have to worry about your opponent attacking you, while you are changing cards.

You can also explore too. They will only change depending on what card you use to open the door.

Well, to sum it all up, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories has a unique style of game play, but you soon fight too many enemies with a crowded screen. It's hard to fight with so much stuff crowding the screen. You can't sort through your cards without a chance of getting hit. The worlds seem all similar with no puzzles of any sort. The only real variation in the worlds depends on what cards you use to open the doors.


Good: Unique game play. It's fun to customize decks.

Bad: crowded screen, you fight way too many enemies, levels are kind of similar Feel free to send me a Private Message regarding this comment.

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