Sora and friends must set out on another adventure to find his long lost friends and stop organization XIII.
Did You Know?
Sora's new Drive Form, the Limit Form, which was not in the original Kingdom Hearts II
(2005), in terms of appearance, as well as gameplay is a reference to both Kingdom Hearts
(2002) and Kingdom Hearts Final Mix. It is also the only Drive Form that does not require Sora to fuse with Party Members, allowing him to activate it when he is alone. See more
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
Remake of Kingdom Hearts II