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Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (2010)

Kingudamu hâtsu: Bâsu bai surîpu (original title)
Ten years before Sora held the Keyblade, three young Keyblade wielders bound by friendship, face being torn apart by the sinister monsters terrorizing other worlds and the manipulative mastermind behind them.

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Terra (voice)
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Aqua (voice)
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Ventus / Roxas (voice)
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Master Xehanort (voice)
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Vanitas / Sora (voice)
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Master Eraqus (voice)
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Braig (voice)
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Dilan (voice)
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Even (voice)
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Aeleus (voice) (as Dave Boat)
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Isa (voice)
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Lea (voice)
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Terra-Xehanort (voice)
Luke Manriquez ...
Young Sora (voice)
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Young Riku (voice)
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A prequel to Kingdom Hearts the player plays as three different keyblade wielders. Aqua,Terra, and Ventus each with their own fighting styles and abilities. the player travels to many worlds in the Disney universe and uncover the mysteries that have formed from the three proceeding games. Written by steven edmonds

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Three friends, three destinies. Everything will link back to the beginning. See more »


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7 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

It is rumored that Olympus Coliseum was added to emphasize the ten years difference between this game and the first game. This time around, Hercules is shown to be a teenager, where in [Kingdom Hearts (2002) he is an adult. See more »

Goofs

In Kingdom Hearts 2, Goofy tells Sora that King Mickey banished Pete to another dimension for his mischief. In this game, we see that it was actually Queen Minnie who ordered Pete's banishment. See more »

Quotes

Master Xehanort: What do you make of Ventus?
Vanitas: Somebody's gotta break that loser in.
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Connections

References Stitch! The Movie (2003) See more »

Soundtracks

Simple And Clean
Written by Hikaru Utada (as Utada Hikaru)
Produced by Akira Miyake (as Miyake Akira), Hikaru Utada (as Utada Hikaru),
Teruzane Utada (as Utada Shingg Teruzane)
Arranged by Kei Kawano (as Kawano Kei), Hikaru Utada (as Utada Hikaru)
Keyboards and Programming: Kei Kawano (as Kawano Kei)
Basic Programming: Hikaru Utada (as Utada Hikaru)
Synthesizer Programming: Kazuhide Tsunemi (as Tsunemi Kazuhide)
Acoustic Guitar: Hironori Akiyama (as Akiyama Hironori)
All Vocals: Hikaru Utada (as Utada Hikaru)
Recorded by Masaaki Ugajin at Bunkamura Studio (as Ugajin Masaaki)
Mixed by Goh Hotoda at Bunkamura Studio
Licensed by EMI Music Japan Inc.
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