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Sora and friends face mysterious new enemies as they continue their journey to save all worlds, and find Riku and King Mickey.


Tetsuya Nomura


Kazushige Nojima (scenario: Stellavista Ltd.), Tetsuya Nomura (base story scenario) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Haley Joel Osment ... Sora (voice)
David Gallagher ... Riku (voice)
Hayden Panettiere ... Kairi (voice)
Jesse McCartney ... Roxas (voice)
Brittany Snow ... Naminé (voice)
Justin Cowden ... Hayner (voice)
Sean Marquette ... Pence (voice)
Jessica DiCicco ... Olette (voice)
Richard Epcar ... Ansem (Xehanort's Heartless) / Xehanort (voice)
Robin Atkin Downes ... Luxord (voice)
Ryan O'Donohue Ryan O'Donohue ... Demyx (voice)
Quinton Flynn ... Axel (voice)
Kirk Thornton ... Saïx (voice)
David Dayan Fisher ... Xaldin (voice)
James Patrick Stuart ... Xigbar (voice) (as James Patrick Stewart)

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One year after the events of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (2004), Sora Haley (Joel Osmont), Donald Duck (Tony Anselmo), and Goofy (Bill Farmer) awaken in Twilight Town. Bent on his quest to find Riku (David Gallagher) and King Mickey Mouse (Wayne Allwine), 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 (Richard Epcar) and Organization 13. Written by Redfern226

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Distant hearts, when rejoined as one... may find the light within. See more »


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Did You Know?


Maleficent, Jafar, Oogie Boogie, Hades, and Ursula are the only five Disney villains to appear in all three Kingdom Hearts games. See more »


Ursula doesn't remember Sora, Donald and Goofy, although other resurrected characters (Jafar, Oogie Boogie, Maleficent) do. Maleficent, who returned in the exact same manner as Ursula (using the powers of darkness), does remember them, so there is no reason Ursula shouldn't. 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 »

Alternate Versions

In late March of 2007, Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ was released in Japan, containing that disc and a remade-for-PS2 version of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. The Final Mix version contains many changes, including: Puzzle Mode, Theater Mode, fights with all 13 Organization members in a secret room, all-new cut-scenes, a new Drive Form, and other things. See more »


References Aladdin (1992) See more »


The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers
Words and Music by Richard M. Sherman (as Richard Sherman) and Robert B. Sherman (as Robert Sherman)
(C) 1964 Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (BMI) Copyright Renewed. All Rights Reserved.
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Anyone else feel as I do?
27 February 2008 | by lenicoconuttySee all my reviews

Kingdom Hearts, this game is truly amazing. The story BEHIND all the running around fighting heartless is indescirbable. People tend to call this a "sad game" which it is, but in the end is all pretty much happy. The words the characters speak are very deep, and really make you think. For instance, "A scattered dream is like a far off memory, A far off memory is like a scattered dream. I want to line the pieces up, yours, and mine" Those are the first words said when the game is beginning when you've chosen what mode you would like to play in. (Might I add that it was 'Soras' voice who said that.) The game itself shows excitement, sadness, complexity, and charm. Anyone with experience in this game knows exactly what I'm talking about, especially when I say that the game is "deep" within someones heart. How does Namura come up with something like this? It's so interesting. If you go on you tube, and type in the Twilight Town song, listen to it, and read the comments - you'll see I'm not the only one who thinks of Kingdom Hearts (1 and 2) can make you cry just thinking about it. It's so tempting that this game makes me feel weird. Heck, if I could, I would want to be able to some how be transported in this game just to interact with the characters. Yes, I know that sounds crazy and stupid, but it's true.

Kingdom Hearts is so unique that I haven't seen anything like it since Final Fantasy, which is obviously why because they were made to be linked together. But as I begin to conclude my review of the Kingdom Hearts series, may I suggest that you *really* listen to what their saying in the story line, and maybe you'll get a sense of what I'm trying to show you about it. Overall Kingdom Hearts is the best game I've ever played, and I would hate to see it fade away like it wasn't anything important.

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