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Release year: 2004 | Players: Multiplayer | Developed by Jupiter / Square Enix
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Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (AKA キングダム ハーツ チェイン オブ メモリーズ Hepburn: Kingudamu Hātsu Chein Obu Memorīzu in Japan) is an action role-playing game (RPG) developed by Jupiter / Square Enix for the Game Boy Advance (GBA) handheld console in 2004. This video game is more of an interquel than a proper sequel in the Kingdom Hearts franchise. After the success of Kingdom Hearts on the PlayStation 2 (link), Square Enix followed with another title to the franchise for the Nintendo’s portable system.
The game starts where the first Kingdom Hearts left off. Sora and the gang are led to Castle Oblivion where they end up going on an adventure that ends with more questions for Sora to answer. Without spoiling anything, the story does a good job of adding to the story without making it feel like extra padding until the next release.
Also, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories does an excellent move when it gives Rikku, the game’s post ending extra character, his own game. It helps to flesh out Rikku’s character before Kingdom Hearts II proper and allows fans of the franchise to familiarize themselves more with Sora’s disappeared friend.
The graphics are excellent. Visual presentation is nothing short of amazing and the cutscenes, as few and as far in between they may be, are wonderful to watch. The fact that all of them are in full motion is a masterful stroke. Pulling off full motion cutscenes using the character sprites is a technical achievement that deserves commendation not only for having accomplished something so challenging, but by producing a quality of storytelling presentation that is absent in a lot of games from its time.
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Gameplay in Game Boy Advance is different from the PlayStation 2 game, but is nevertheless good fun. The game is live action and uses a card system to determine how well Sora performs on the battlefield. Despite being greatly different, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories for the GBA still delivers the same experience of solid fun that the first installment was known for.
The game at first impression reeks of a rushed game for a quick cash grab feel. Some might think that this game was released immediately after the first to ride on the momentum of the first game’s success and popularity. Playing the game will prove naysayers wrong.
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories is actually a great game in its own right and is able to deliver a good story that adds to the overall depth of the series, while presenting its own unique gameplay that may not be the same as the PlayStation 2 title, but is nevertheless a solid performance and good fun.
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories game has been ported to Game Boy Advance (this version), and Sony PlayStation 2. It’s one of the best RPG video games ever!