History VideoGame / KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories

29th Jul '17 11:31:10 PM JMQwilleran
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** "Adventure is in the cards." - ''Chain of Memories''
** "Memory is the key." - ''Re:Chain of Memories''
19th Jun '17 11:42:27 AM urutapu
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* BigBad: Marluxia in Sora's story, Ansem in ''Reverse / Rebirth''.

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* BigBad: Marluxia in Sora's story, Ansem in ''Reverse / Rebirth''.''Reverse/Rebirth''.
19th Jun '17 5:51:50 AM mario0987
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* BigBad: Marluxia.

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* BigBad: Marluxia.Marluxia in Sora's story, Ansem in ''Reverse / Rebirth''.
30th May '17 12:07:23 AM urutapu
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* GambitPileup: Let's see... First off, there's the main one--Marluxia, Larxene, and Axel [[spoiler:attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a weapon against their Organization's leader, Xemnas]]. Eventually [[spoiler:Vexen, another member the three are using to further this goal, feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora]]. All along, however, [[spoiler:Axel is actually a double agent--he's spying on the traitors for Xemnas and ends up sabotaging both Marluxia's plot ''and'' Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora ''too'' much]]. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:a group of Organization loyalists and associates of Vexen in the basement levels is trying to capture and use Riku due to their own suspicions about Marluxia's group]]. [[spoiler:Axel sabotages ''them'', too]]. Later games add ''further'' facets to this: [[spoiler:the Superior sent the traitors to Castle Oblivion on purpose, and Axel was given a second mission to find Ven's body--and Axel only took on these missions to get on Xemnas's good side, because ''he'' and Saix were planning to betray Xemnas themselves eventually]].

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* GambitPileup: Let's see... First off, there's the main one--Marluxia, Larxene, and Axel [[spoiler:attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a weapon against their Organization's leader, Xemnas]]. Eventually [[spoiler:Vexen, another member the three are using to further this goal, feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora]]. All along, however, [[spoiler:Axel is actually a double agent--he's spying on the traitors for Xemnas and ends up sabotaging both Marluxia's plot ''and'' Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora ''too'' much]]. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:a group of Organization loyalists and associates of Vexen in the basement levels is trying to capture and use Riku due to their own suspicions about Marluxia's group]]. [[spoiler:Axel sabotages ''them'', too]]. Later games add ''further'' facets to this: [[spoiler:the Superior sent the traitors to Castle Oblivion on purpose, and Axel was given a second mission to find Ven's body--and Axel only took on these missions to get on Xemnas's good side, because ''he'' and Saix were planning to betray Xemnas themselves eventually]].eventually (which also belatedly provides a reason for Axel killing the basement group--to get rid of other members loyal to Xemnas)]].
30th May '17 12:05:55 AM urutapu
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* GambitPileup: Let's see... First off, there's the main one--Marluxia, Larxene, Vexen and Axel [[spoiler:attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a weapon against their Organization's Superior]]. Eventually [[spoiler:Vexen feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora]]. All along, however, [[spoiler:Axel is actually a double-agent--he's spying on the traitors for the Superior and ends up sabotaging both Marluxia's plot ''and'' Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora ''too'' much]]. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:a group of Organization loyalists in the basement levels is trying to capture Riku due to their own suspicions about Marluxia's group]]. [[spoiler:Axel sabotages ''them'', too]]. Later games add ''further'' facets to this: [[spoiler:the entire Castle Oblivion excursion was a plot by the Superior to root out traitors--a mission Axel only undertook to get on his good side, because ''he'' was planning to betray the Superior himself eventually]].

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* GambitPileup: Let's see... First off, there's the main one--Marluxia, Larxene, Vexen and Axel [[spoiler:attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a weapon against their Organization's Superior]]. leader, Xemnas]]. Eventually [[spoiler:Vexen [[spoiler:Vexen, another member the three are using to further this goal, feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora]]. All along, however, [[spoiler:Axel is actually a double-agent--he's double agent--he's spying on the traitors for the Superior Xemnas and ends up sabotaging both Marluxia's plot ''and'' Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora ''too'' much]]. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:a group of Organization loyalists and associates of Vexen in the basement levels is trying to capture and use Riku due to their own suspicions about Marluxia's group]]. [[spoiler:Axel sabotages ''them'', too]]. Later games add ''further'' facets to this: [[spoiler:the entire Superior sent the traitors to Castle Oblivion excursion on purpose, and Axel was given a plot by the Superior to root out traitors--a second mission to find Ven's body--and Axel only undertook took on these missions to get on his Xemnas's good side, because ''he'' was and Saix were planning to betray the Superior himself Xemnas themselves eventually]].
29th May '17 11:37:46 PM Karxrida
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After the events of ''Kingdom Hearts I'', Sora, WesternAnimation/{{Donald|Duck}}, and WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} are wandering the worlds in search of [[Disney/MickeyMouse King Mickey]] and Riku. Eventually they are lead by a cloaked figure to a strange place called Castle Oblivion, where memories come to life within its walls as illusions. As they climb the floors and partially relive the events of their previous adventure, they learn about the strange girl known as Naminé from Sora's past and are antagonized by a strange group of people called the Organization (Organization XIII in later games). Though not everything is as it appears in the castle, as memories can be tricky things...

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After the events of ''Kingdom Hearts I'', Sora, WesternAnimation/{{Donald|Duck}}, and WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} are wandering the worlds in search of [[Disney/MickeyMouse King Mickey]] and Riku. Eventually they are lead led by a cloaked figure to a strange place called Castle Oblivion, where memories come to life within its walls as illusions. As they climb the floors and partially relive the events of their previous adventure, they learn about the strange girl known as Naminé from Sora's past and are antagonized by a strange group of people called the Organization (Organization XIII in later games). Though not everything is as it appears in the castle, as memories can be tricky things...
29th May '17 11:23:12 PM urutapu
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* GambitPileup: Let's see... First off, there's the main one--Marluxia, Larxene, Vexen and Axel [[spoiler:attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a weapon against their Organization's Superior]]. Eventually [[spoiler:Vexen feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora]]. All along, however, [[spoiler:Axel is actually a double-agent--he's spying on the traitors for the Superior and ends up sabotaging both Marluxia's plot ''and'' Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora ''too'' much]]. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:a group of Organization loyalists in the basement levels is trying to capture Riku due to their own suspicions about Marluxia's group]]. [[spoiler:Axel sabotages ''them'', too]].

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* GambitPileup: Let's see... First off, there's the main one--Marluxia, Larxene, Vexen and Axel [[spoiler:attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a weapon against their Organization's Superior]]. Eventually [[spoiler:Vexen feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora]]. All along, however, [[spoiler:Axel is actually a double-agent--he's spying on the traitors for the Superior and ends up sabotaging both Marluxia's plot ''and'' Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora ''too'' much]]. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:a group of Organization loyalists in the basement levels is trying to capture Riku due to their own suspicions about Marluxia's group]]. [[spoiler:Axel sabotages ''them'', too]]. Later games add ''further'' facets to this: [[spoiler:the entire Castle Oblivion excursion was a plot by the Superior to root out traitors--a mission Axel only undertook to get on his good side, because ''he'' was planning to betray the Superior himself eventually]].
29th May '17 11:14:40 PM urutapu
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%%* HolyHandGrenade: Trinity Limit, performed with an Attack + Donald + Goofy. It is bar-none the single-strongest AreaOfEffect Sleight in the game. [[BadassBoast "It's over!", indeed.]]
%%** The magic sleight Holy, which creates pillars of light to attack foes. Notable in that it is the only sleight that requires three Item cards, so in a way, it is similar to a grenade in utility.
%%* HotBlooded: Riku [[spoiler:Replica]].

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%%* HolyHandGrenade: * HolyHandGrenade:
**
Trinity Limit, performed with an Attack + Donald + Goofy.Limit creates a glowing golden magic circle on the floor, after which beams of holy light rise from it. It is bar-none the single-strongest AreaOfEffect Sleight in the game. [[BadassBoast "It's over!", indeed.]]
%%** ** The magic sleight Holy, which creates pillars of light to attack foes. Notable in that it is the only sleight that requires three Item cards, so in a way, it is similar to a grenade in utility.
%%* * HotBlooded: Riku [[spoiler:Replica]].[[spoiler:Replica]] is overly passionate about protecting Namine, challenging Sora to fights over Sora not remembering her.
29th May '17 11:09:26 PM urutapu
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%%* GambitPileup

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%%* GambitPileup* GambitPileup: Let's see... First off, there's the main one--Marluxia, Larxene, Vexen and Axel [[spoiler:attempt to use Namine to rewrite Sora's memories so they can use him as a weapon against their Organization's Superior]]. Eventually [[spoiler:Vexen feels left out one time too many and tries to reveal the plan to Sora]]. All along, however, [[spoiler:Axel is actually a double-agent--he's spying on the traitors for the Superior and ends up sabotaging both Marluxia's plot ''and'' Vexen's ''own'' attempt to sabotage it, since Vexen was planning on telling Sora ''too'' much]]. Meanwhile, [[spoiler:a group of Organization loyalists in the basement levels is trying to capture Riku due to their own suspicions about Marluxia's group]]. [[spoiler:Axel sabotages ''them'', too]].
8th May '17 4:35:56 PM urutapu
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* LipLock: Hits the remake '''hard'''. Despite using the same assets as the game's in-engine graphics, all the cutscenes are pre-rendered video files. As such, they weren't edited for the English dialogue, leading to oddly-paced line readings, SesquipedalianLoquaciousness for the sake of a few extra syllables, and of course, the lip movements simply not matching the words being said. This all only grinds more because they otherwise look just like ''[=KH1=]'' and ''2''[='s=] cutscenes, which ''were'' rendered in-engine and as such ''were'' altered to match the English dialogue.

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* LipLock: Hits the remake '''hard'''. Despite '''hard'''--in English, anyway. The cutscenes look fine in Japanese, but despite using the same assets as the game's in-engine graphics, all the cutscenes are actually pre-rendered video files. As such, they weren't edited Instead of re-rendering new videos for the English dialogue, the scenes were simply dubbed to English as-is, leading to oddly-paced line readings, SesquipedalianLoquaciousness for the sake of a few extra syllables, and of course, the lip movements simply not matching the words being said. This all only grinds more because they the cutscenes otherwise look just like ''[=KH1=]'' and ''2''[='s=] cutscenes, which ''were'' rendered in-engine and as such ''were'' altered to match the English dialogue.
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