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Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories Cheats

Cheats and Tips for Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories

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Our collection of cheats includes unlocking Gold and Platinum cards, unlocking Reverse/Rebirth mode and unlocking Theatre mode. We'll also tell you the location of the 'Key to Rewards' items.


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Unlock Theatre Mode

When you have beaten the game once the Theatre mode feature will become available. In Theatre mode there is an extra option on the 'Main' menu which allows you to re-watch any cutscene in the game.

Key To Rewards Item Locations

Below is a list of the 'Key To Rewards' items that you can get on your first playthrough (when you have completed the game they will change).
Megalixer:
Destiny Islands
Lionheart Keyblade card:
Traverse Town
Metal Chocobo Keyblade card:
Olympus Coliseum
Mushu Summon card:
Hollow Bastion
Thunder Raid Sleight:
Neverland
Stardust Blitz Sleight
Twilight Town
Warp(inator) Sleight:
Agrabah
Aqua Splash Sleight:
Monstro
Synchro Sleight:
Wonderland
Bind Sleight:
Halloween Town
Quake Sleight:
Atlantica
N/A:
100 Acre Wood

Unlock Gold and Platinum Cards

Unlock Gold Card:
When you have card collection is 100% completed the Gold card can be found in treasure chests on F13.
Unlock Platinum Card:
When you have the Gold Card the Platinum card can be found in treasure chests on F13.

Unlock Reverse/Rebirth Mode

Beat the game once as Sora to unlock the Reverse/Rebirth mode where you are able to play through the story as Riku.

Best Strategy Deck for beating Marluxia

Well I was on Lv.56 when I beat the first Marluxia (Which was an illusion) with a mash of many magic card combos. Like Firaga,Blizzaga,etc. Anyway after you beat the first Marluxia a really good deck to go up against the next two (you don't have time in between to modify your deck..) is one with the sleight/combo "Final Flame" (I believe thats the name for it) Anyway for this sleight first you've got to learn it by leveling up then it's the sleight that you use one "Stop" spell and two attack cards. This attack I consider it ""DEADLY"" for any boss,not only does it freezes the Boss for the time period you attack but you also take about 1 life bar off of your opponent (Well at least I did since I was lv.57). Well in the last battle it's pretty rough since Marluxia has several sleights so what I used for my deck was:
1- Stop,Attack Card,Attack card(4x)-(It could be good to have more than 4 of each of these)
2- Marluxia Card-(You get this after beating the first Marluxia and it lets you use all your sleights twice in a row for one whole reload, in other words if your lv.57 and use the Final Flame sleight with the Marluxia card already activated it equals 2 whole life bars by using only 1 sleight)
3- Item cards ( Elixir is good to have since it reloads all your cards, I'd say about 4 are good, 5 are better)
4- Attack cards (9x)- (Their value must be of 9 and you must have 9 of them,why? Well while fighting the last version of Marluxia he has a real ugly sleight called "Doom" and you have to counter his cards with your own if not...you die,so it's good to have attack cards of value=9 so you can counter all his cards,then after you can keep on hitting him with the Final Flame sleight)
5- Vexen (This card is an obligation to have,why? Cause if you die you have a second chance even though it's not with much HP)
6- Magic Spell "Cure" (6x) - (6 of these are good to have for all your HP healing needs plus if you use Vexen,you can heal yourself using Curaga)
7- Any Card you deem worthy (Any card you see that goes well with this deck is fine)
Ps: My max CP was at 875 so you can imagine how I fit all these cards here (even though they were at different specifications then the ones I mentioned earlier) so ya I hope this helps to all you who have problems with Marluxia.

Easy exp as Sora

The easiest way that I know of to gain exp is to use the sleight tornado multiple times and try to pick up all of the enemies that you can, but if you are in a battle that has no fire type enemies use the move Mega Flare. I think you learn that at level 57 but if you have to work your way up to it it's totaly worth it because you will wipe out all enemies by using it one to two times.

half of hades

The first time you go to face hades in the Olympus Coliseum use blizzaga (blizzard+blizzard+blizzard) and it takes out 2 bars of health.

P.S. it has to be your first hit against him.

Beat Trickmaster in Reverse/Rebirth

The easiest way to beat it is by just using individual cards instead of sleights and dodging all of it's attacks. If you use sleights then you will get stuck with a small amount of cards

How To Beat Final Boss Marluxia

When he is in his machine form just use individual attack cards and strong magic like firaga. Also stock up on a few cures and an elixir or two. Use at least one three card Simba attack and multiple sleights of Cloud's omnislash. Marluxia's second form I found easy because all that you have to do is use the right cards and you have to be able to shuffle through them fast and pick the ones you need. You have to block all of his attacks and then attack him. One of his attacks he uses knocks all of your cards out of you but it is a good thing and a bad thing. It's bad because it cases damage but it gives you all of your cards back. After you defeat him you beat the game.
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How to Get Premium Cards

After a battle you have the possibility of collecting a Premium Bonus, which brings up a roulette that chooses a random card in your deck to turn it premium. Using a Premium Room map card increases the chance of Premium Bonuses being dropped. You can also purchase them from the Moogle Shop. Keep in mind that even though Premium cards require less CP, they can't be reloaded in battle.

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