- Riku's declaration of "walking the Road to Dawn" at the end of Reverse/Rebirth. All the preceding tediousness of that story mode, not to mention the biggest That One Boss of the game (Riku Replica in Twilight Town) was almost made up for with that moment.
- Axel's got TONS of these. "Now you can tell me I don't respect my elders."
- "The stage is set and the players are ready. Now give me one hell of a show!"
- The whole scene with Axel and Marluxia gives them both points for this trope.
Marluxia: So you only eliminated Vexen to gain proof of our plan...
Axel: THAT I didn't want to do, but it WAS your order. [summons weapons]
Marluxia: Oh... [says this while smiling in confidence]
Axel: Remember the order... "You must eliminate the traitor..." I always follow orders, Marluxia.
- Remember during their fight?
- The way he offs Vexen in Re: Chain of Memories.
Axel: I came to stop you from talking too much, by eliminating your existence.
Vexen: No! Don't do it!
Axel: We are just Nobodies who have no-one to be, yet we still are. But now you can be nothing, instead of just being a Nobody. You're off the hook.
Vexen: No! Please don't! [whimper] I don't want to-
Axel: Goodbye. [immolates Vexen with snap of his fingers]
- The Japanese version of this scene contains, more or less, the same dialogue, but the feel of it is pure win. And the GBA script...
Axel: NOW you can tell me I don't respect my elders.
Axel: I'd rather not fight you... but I do have a reputation to think of!
- Riku Replica gets an incredibly awesome Big Damn Heroes moment towards the end of the game.
Marluxia: Once Naminé breaks your heart, you can be remade more to my liking. You will become an empty shell... just like... Vexen's pathetic imitation of your Riku.
- It's even better when you get to see it voiced!
- Lexaeus gets a moment in Reverse/Rebirth after his last fight with Riku—both of them are exhausted, and Riku tells him he's finished and jumps to deliver the final blow. Lexaeus screams, "Don't mock me!!", and hits Riku so hard he crashes into the ceiling! This after you've already defeated him in battle! It takes Riku going dark-mode to bring him down for good.
- Beast's entire script in Chain of Memories is one big Moment of Awesome.
- A tad meta, but the FMVs at the start of Sora's story and at the end of Reverse/Rebirth in Chain of Memories could be considered a Moment of Awesome for the Game Boy Advance. These are full-blown FMVs, at least PS1 quality, with character models that could almost have been taken directly from the other Kingdom Hearts games. All this from the equivalent of a slightly more powerful hand-held SNES with poorer sound quality.
- Poorer sound quality? The end credits contains the full Simple and Clean song with nearly the original quality, all from a "hand-held SNES".
- Considering that the sound chip on the GBA was nothing more than the GBC's sound chip with two extra PWM channels, it would be safe to say that the GBA had a poorer sound quality than the SNES's use of sampling. That being said, the fact that they were able to play "Simple and Clean" using the GBA's sound chip makes it all the more impressive.