Excerpt: For fans of Square and Disney's well-revered crossover RPG Kingdom Hearts , the long wait for its sequel has been nothing short of agonizing. When word of the Playstation 2 sequel first came out, so did word of another Kingdom Hearts title for the Gameboy Advance, a sort of intermediary between Kingdom Hearts I and II entitled Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories .
Summary: I needed something different to play, so I just started playing this game. For those of you who haven't played this game, it takes it's roots from the Final Fantasy series. You will see a lot of familiar faces from the franchise, even if Square-Enix has changed their names. Their stories are intertwined with the familiar faces of beloved Disney characters. You play as Sora. He lives on an island with his friends Wakka, Riku, and Kairi.
Pros: Engaging story, Innovative concepts, Just plain fun
Summary: Kingdom Hearts on the GBA, who woulda though it? In case you were wondering this isnt a spin-off, it's actually part of the story. This takes place between KH 1 and KH 2. The combat system in this game is based on card gameplay. It's very different and interesting however also a bit uncomfortable and confusing at first. Personally, i prefer the old combat system and i know most people would agree.
Summary: Alright... This game is awkward at best. Card battles should be reserved for Yu-Gi-Oh! Kingdom Hearts should stay the same. No card battles. My other complaint is the same enemies. Sure, you might noy encounter Fat Bodies at Monstro, but everything else is everywhere. But it does keep you guessing, which, well... keeps you coming back.
Summary: Kingdom Hearts is so great!!! I hope there will be Kingdom Hearts III, because Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II are awesome. :D Sora and the other are so cool!!! This game is one of my favourite game... The combat system, graphic, gameplay, even it's story's so awesome! I think many gamers think that this game is awesome too. So, I'll give it 10.
Summary: For anyeone who likes Final Fantasy, Here's a game with a great storyline, similar to FF, except with its a little more of a game where you control the character. First of all, the game has the best storyline since Final Fantasy VII. Sure it might seem a little strange with Disney characters and they do have these long sometimes pointless speeches, but its still great. The game has great sound and some great graphics.
Summary: I was looking forward to playing this game for a long time. Unfortunately, the game wasn't as great as I had heard it was; I was extremely disappointed with it. Let's start off with the negatives. The camera hates you, the character design is kind of retarded (Not as bad as FFX here), the combat is really nice but it gets old pretty fast, the platforming is awful, you can't even walk for 5 seconds without getting jumped by enemies, it's hard to figure out where you are...
Summary: I thought this game would feature Disney characters but it doesn't. Well, they do appear as murals and stuff. You play a cute kid blessed with doing dastardly deeds in this kiddie version of Final Fantasy. This is a simplified version of an RPG. In saying that it is not bad, but you really have to be into that type of game to enjoy this. Strangely, I wondered if this actually appeals to kids. Fun but rather shallow.
Summary: As much as I've enjoyed Kingdom Hearts II, I gave up on this game after a few hours. The commands are awkward (why do I have to go to the menu every time I want to open a chest...) and the angle of view is terrible. And then I've bought a fantasy/adventure game not a gameboy or arcade game. There is only so much jumping that I was able to endure! All in all not enjoyable at all.