Summary: This game is very underated. Yes, it doesn't have the typical "Hack 'n' Slash" fighting style from the other games, and yes, it does require a bit of strategy. But that's what makes it fun! Re:Chain of Memories is a great challenge, whether you're playing as Sora or Riku (you get to pick your card deck as Sora, but you can't change it when you're Riku). The two stories are great and bridge the gap between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II very well.
Summary: I think Kingdom Hearts put this game to a game you do not want to stop to play.This game keep me playing in sora's story,then it has the Organization in it.As soon as a finish Sora's story it has Riku's story.In some cutsecenes you could tell where Sora was in his story when you were playing Riku's story.That I thought was a cool thing to do to combine the two story together.You also for the first time meet DiZ for the first time in the Kingdom Hearts series.I give this...
Summary: Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories is where it unfolds Sora's enterance and bits of other parts in Kingdom Hearts 2; such as Jiminy Cricket's only Journal Entry, etc., also in the Kingdom Hearts ending. It is indeed a challenge to battle with Cards instead of just Sora's average Keyblade. Riku is also revealed there, but as Darkness, and other revealing mysteries. Wonderful Video-Game.
Summary: It's a one of the best games, much more than Kingdom Hearts Chain of memories of Game boy advanced. It's very similar to Kingdom Hearts I and II but with a game system cards, your habilities are the cards, and a positive ponint in this game is that you can play with riku, it's the first game that you can play an adventure with riku.
Summary: the reason i bought this item is because i'm trying to collect every kingdom hearts games and this was the last one besides birth by sleep.before i got this i thought this game would be SUPER hard because of all the things that had to do with cards but its a lot easyer than i thought. iv'e already beat the game as sora and riku.