Reviews and Problems with Kingdom of Hearts: Chain of Memories
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Excellent addictive game!
C. CHUEN-CHEONG "saiyanangel5", Amazon
29 May 2005
Summary: I have finished the game and I must say that it is one of the best GBA games made so far. With excellent graphics, a unique battle system and a storyline that keeps you wanting to play more this game this a must have, especially for those who played the previous Kingdom Hearts game.
Summary: The magical adventure continues.... on the GBA! Yes the series goes to an unexpected turn to your favorite portable console. Unfortunatly it's gone a bit 2-D apart from the occasional 3-D cutscene. One thing makes this game stand out from the other KH games. Everything is (cleverly) done with cards!
Summary: The story is explained fully so its easy to slip right into it especially as i've played this game last out of all the other ones currenty available. Some of it seems like you're just repeating what you did in Kingdom hearts I, but in theory it is, as the whole game is based off Sora's memories.
Summary: well i was reluctant to buy it to begin with whilst reading various online reviews, but hell what do they know this game is awesome if you enjoyed kingdom hearts 1. the game opens with the FMV from the end of the first game followed by another FMV to introduce the sequel, it was cool of them to...
Summary: well i loved the orgional kingdom hearts so i had to get this game and i was not dissapointed, it kicks of with excellent graphics then you begin the game in the castle of oblivion where your memories have been taken and you must get them back.
Summary: Since the conclusion of the last Kingdom Hearts game back in 2002 (It's been too long!), many of us, myself included, were desperate to get their hands on the sequel, all because of the magic and brilliance of the storyline, the game itself, and the poignant ending that left everyone hungering for...
Summary: This is a great step forward for the brilliant Kingdom Hearts series. You are again in control of the hero Sora, a 14 year old boy with the power of the keyblade. This game is based inside a castle, with each floor being a different world.