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Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ (2007)

Sora and friends must set out on another adventure to find his long lost friends and stop organization XIII.

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Sora (voice)
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Riku (voice)
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Kairi (voice)
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Roxas (voice)
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Naminé (voice)
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Hayner (voice)
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Pence (voice)
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Olette (voice) (as Jessica DiCiccio)
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Ansem (Xehanort's Heartless) / Xehanort (voice)
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Xigbar (voice) (as James Patrick Stewart)
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Xaldin (voice)
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Saïx (voice)
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Axel (voice)
Ryan O'Donohue ...
Demyx (voice)
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Luxord (voice)
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Sora and friends must set out on another adventure to find his long lost friends and stop organization XIII.

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Adventure | Fantasy

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In the original Kingdom Hearts II version, the entries for the five deceased members of Organization XII from Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (2004) (Vexen, Lexaeus, Zexion, Marluxia, and Larxene) were placed in Jiminy's journal after accessing the computer in the Old Mansion in Twilight Town. In this version however, as they are now optional bosses, defeating each of them individually in their Absent Silhouette battle allows for their Journal entry to be unlocked. See more »

Goofs

While in the original version of Kingdom Hearts II the tile for Ienzo/Zexion in the Proof of Existence representing his weapon was cracked because his weapon was not known prior to the release of this game and Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, in this version his tile is still cracked even though his weapon symbol is still seen elsewhere for the Absent Silhouette and Data Battles, as this bit was not cleaned up for the Final Mix version. See more »

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References Sleeping Beauty (1959) See more »

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