Kingdom Hearts Review

 [ PS2 ]

Kingdom Hearts Review :

A Whole New Outlook on Disney

by sdan12 Nov 12, 2011

Kingdom Hearts is made by Disney and the creators of Final Fantasy. There are all kinds of characters. Most are from Disney but a few are from final fantasy. Some of the main characters including Sora, Riku, and Kairi, are brand new but are definitely a good add to the Disney characters. The storyline is completely original. When Sora's home, Destiny Islands, are destroyed by the heartless Sora teams up with Donald Duck and Goofy as the wielder of the keyblade to destroy the heartless, save the worlds, and find his friends. This game is really hard too. So if your just starting out in video games, I wouldn't recommend it. But if you are experienced with video games and you're fairly good at them, then this game would be a good one for you. It think that everybody should play this video game.

  CheatsGuru rating and opinion
10Story line
The Heartless have invaded the Disney realm and now there is only one person who can stop them. Sora, the wielder of the Keyblade, must team up with Donald Duck and Goofy to find his freinds and defeat the heartless that are destroying the Disney worlds.
The graphics are amazing! These are the best graphics I have ever seen on the PS2. And the worlds look exactly like they do in Disney movies!
The sound is constatly changing, so you can't get bored or annoyed by it. And the chacter voices fit perfectly with the look and personality of the characters.
This game has never frozen up and I have never gotten stuck anywhere. I think that this is the most awesome gameplay for a PS2 game ever!
10Lasting Appeal
This game is worth it! If I could only play one video game ever again, it would be this one. I love it and I think everybody should play this game!
(Out of 10)


hii123    wrote on dec 04, 2011 12:14 pm


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