Reviews and Problems with KINGDOM HEARTS Re:Chain of Memories
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Let's Forget Things Faster!
1 March 2010
Excerpt: When announced, Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ boasted quite the deal for Japanese gamers. Besides numerous additions towards the main game, Final Mix+ came with a second disc containing a PlayStation 2 remake of the Game Boy Advance game, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories . Unfortunately, neither updated game was announced for western release, until 2008 when Square Enix brought over one more PS2 game: Kingdom Hearts: Re:Chain of Memories.
Excerpt: Kingdom Hearts is back and bringing all of your fave characters to the PS2! Join Sora, Donald and Goofy as they adventure through memory to find something they need to save their friends. But what could it be?
Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories – Staff Review
27 February 2009
Excerpt: When Square Enix released Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix+ in Japan, the little extra bit that gave it the plus was a PS2 remake of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories , which was originally released on the GBA. Sadly, we never got either Final Mix in North America, but at least we get the remake of Chain of Memories as Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories for those of us that never played it on the GBA or just feel like going through Castle Oblivion again.
PS2 Review - 'Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories'
19 February 2009
Summary: Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories is the essential piece that bridges the gap between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. Originally released in 2004 for GBA, this full 3D rendition on the PS2 has never been released in North America - this is an entry in the Kingdom Hearts saga that fans of the series can't miss!
Excerpt: Some of my fondest memories as a child revolve around me sitting in my room, by myself, with the television cabinet shut. I remember reaching into my giant bag of action figures, only to discover that my left hand pulled out a Ninja Turtle, my right hand snagged a Street Shark, and crammed between the two of them was Captain America, who had tragically lost his arm from prior play sessions.