When I first played the game, I thought it was okay, but as I got deeper into the game, it got really good. Makes sence if you've played the first kingdom hearts. I enjoyed the ending music too. The old and new places was interesting. It kept me thinking at the end when it showed the mystery kid. I was eager to find out who he was and what connections does he have to the kingdom hearts series. The cards in the game was not that enjoyable though. It was pretty cool to fuse them but it got boring after a while. I would rate it a 7 out of 10
What I think about this game
Added 27 Nov 2008, ID #12480
What can I say about this game only it's a exciting twist on the normal kingdom hearts games, it allows players to use cards but still within the game storyline , such as you still use magic and attacks , but there inform of cards, which makes the game more interesting.The only problem the game had was the fact that if you died you had to start from the last load spot which was a let down but if I were to rate this game it would deserve a 9.7/10. :D
This is the best version of Kingdom Hearts so far. The graphics are really good. I also like the music. The battle scenes are awsome and the story mode is really long but good. This game was worth my time. The characters have been better drawn well. I always wanted to know what happened to Riku, and this game tell us. So to tie it all together if I were to rate this game I would give it a 10 out of 10.
Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories is the best game for Game Boy Advance yet, and by a long shot.
Kingdom Hearts on PS2 was an instant hit, and its now wonder. When square enix works on an RPG, the results are almost always good.
Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories bridges the gap between Kingdom Hearts and KH2, and it does a helluva good job. The graphics are beautiful and the gameplay is sharp as Ive ever seen.
The reason KHCM is so good is because it puts a twist on ordinary RPGs and combines the themes of sqaure enix and disney so well. What you do is you go up to an enemy, lock on and hit them with all youve got.
You have a deck of cards that determine the strength of each attack which is the games biggest twist. This formula works surprisingly well despite its constant drawing of low cards which can get annoying.
Its so much like KH that its hard not to love it, especially since its so simmilar on such a weaker console. The graphics are some of the best on the GBA as is the sound, and the gameplay is so fun to play that you cant help but come back for more.
This is in my opinion, the best GBA game to date, and the most compelling reason to fork over 30 bucks for a portable game. You would be missing out not to get this one if you play your