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Kingdom Hearts (Platinum)

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"Excellent storyline"
5 stars"

As a huge Final Fantasy fan, and a person who used to watch disney films, it was a real treat. It starts out with Sora (the main character), Riku, and Kaikri on the fun Destiny Islands. You also meet Selphie (Final Fantasy 8), Wakka, and Tidus (both from FFX) here, although they are all kids. After a series of events, Sora ends up in Traverse Town, where he soon runs into Donald Duck, and Goofy, (who make up your battle team). Traverse Town is a great location for FF fan's, Leon (a.k.a. Squall from FF8) is there, along with FF7's Cid, Yuffie, and best of all Aeris (or Aerith)! You will come to Traverse town many times throughout the game. AND MUCH MORE!!!

But the game is really difficult to finish without the official guide book so i highly recommend on getting one much easier to finish the game.

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
" Colourful and inventive game"
5 stars"

Kingdom Hearts is the story of a young boy named Sora who dreams of leaving his island home with his two friends Riku and Kairi in search of other worlds, and one day his wish is abruptly granted when a vortex appears in the sky and he is promptly sucked into it, but not before obtaining an enigmatic key. In the new world he finds himself in, Sora encounters several new faces including an man named Squall who tells him the comically large key he has been carting around is called The Keyblade, aptly named since the player will have used it to fend off the equally mysterious Heartless earlier in the game. After Squall explains the Keyblade's purpose and a good old boss battle ensues, he sets off to find to find his two friends with none other than Donald Duck and Goofy in a ship made of an even more mysterious gummy-like substance. Luckily the game doesn't do a Lost and keep throwing out mystery after mystery, but pretty much allows the story to unfold from there.

Kingdom Hearts fuses the many worlds of Disney with the great graphics and gameplay of Square Enix while combining the huge cast of characters and an immersive storylines from both. It weaves all these aspects successfully to create a very unique world (or worlds) and a plot that integrates these elements of fantasy without contradiction while commanding a powerful soundtrack that empowers the emotionally deep plot and creates an immersive setting of wonderful ambience.

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
"Amazing Game"
5 stars"

Kingdom Hearts was one of my favourite games growing up. The story is amazing and the difficulty was at a good level…don't think I ever beat the last boss though haha I highly recommend, especially to Final Fantasy, Disney and general RPG fans. An awesome series to get into…maybe stay away from the DS versions, however.


Kingdom Hearts is the first joint project between SquareSoft and Disney Interactive.This action RPG for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system cornbines classic Disney characters and worlds with newly introduced characters and environnments created in the renowned SquareSoft style.

Kingdom Hearts is the story of Sora, a 14-year-old boy whose world is shattered when a violent storm hits his island-paradise home and he is separated from his two closest friends, Riku, a 15-year-old boy, and Kairi, a 14-year-old girl. At the same time, there is turmoil in Disney castle. King Mickey is missing, and Court Wizard Donald and Captain Goofy set out to find him. On their travels they meet Sora on his own search for his lost friends. The three are told of ominous creatures known as the Heartless - beings without hearts derived from an unknown dimension and as it turns out, manipulated by Disney villains and the ones responsible for the devastating storm. Upon discovering the link between the Heartless, the storm and the disappearance of King Mickey, Sora, Donald and Goofy join forces and heip familiar Disney heroes to save their worlds.

The new Disney characters making their debut in Kingdom Hearts are developed by Tetsuya Nomura, best known for his creations in the breakthrough titles Final Fantasy VII, VIII and X. From a production team of more than 1OO of SquareSoft and Disney's most creative talent, Kingdom Hearts fully exploits the technologicaL possibilities of the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system in an epic tale of adventure, heroism and, ultimately, the sacrifice of what is held dearest for the greater good. This is the first time characters frorn different Disney films come together in one interactive product. With Kingdom Hearts you can embark on a magnificent journey of adventure and imagination across familiar Disney worlds and enchanting new lands.


  • For the first time, multiple Disney characters and worlds co-exist in one interactive product. Over 100 Disney characters appear in the game, including Jafar from Aladdin, Clayton from Tarzan, Hades from Hercules, and The Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland, among others.
  • Four new Disney characters designed by Tetsuya Nomura make their debut: Sora, Riku, Kairi and the Heartless.
  • Classic Disney characters will appear in fresh new ways. These include new costumes and the characters' ability to to morph into different forms as they take on characteristics of the diverse worlds they visit.
  • Disney characters engage in action sequences using movements and behaviors true to their film personas - Peter Pan flies, Tarzan climbs and King Triton swims, among others.
  • Integrated voiceovers including actual voices of Disney characters.
  • Cameo appearances by Final Fantasy characters including Selphie from FF VIII and Tidus & Wakka from FF X along with other familiar SquareSoft characters.
  • Real-time battle system that incorporates innovative new elements with traditional RPG elements found in previous SquareSoft titles.
  • Theme song written and performed by Japanese pop artist/singer Utada Hikaru.
Release date Australia
July 2nd, 2008
Game Platform
  • PlayStation 2
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Top 2000
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