Kingdom Hearts Coded 2 is the sequel to Kingdom Hearts Coded, the most popular game in the Kingdom Hearts series. Like the previous game, it follows the adventures of Data Sora, a computerized version of Sora living inside Jiminy's Journal.
Shortly after the Mark of Mastery exam in Kingdom Hearts 3D, Mickey returns to Disney Castle and finds that new worlds have mysteriously appeared in the data world. He sends Data Sora to find the truth, which involves another mysterious message telling Data Sora to find the "Four Holy Keys". As Data Sora heads out, he finds a new type of enemy called a Viral has appeared in the Datascape. As well, a mysterious cloaked figure called the "Cloak of God" has appeared to wreak havoc.
Kingdom Hearts Coded 2 allows for the collecting of Unversed, Heartless and Virals on your team, similar to how Dream Eaters fight alongside you in Kingdom Hearts 3D.
Compare Kingdom Hearts 359/2 Days and Kingdom Hearts The Movie.
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This game contains examples of:
A God I Am: Vanitas after obtaining the X-Blade again.
In the ending you play as Sora and have to defeat Data Sora and the other boss fights after the Point of No Return because Data Sora went mad with power.
Ascended Meme: The English translation of the shark-like Heartless Boss is "Card Shark", which the fandom called it after it appeared right after Luxord in a trailer montage. The journal entry even says that it serves Luxord.
Back from the Dead: Data Namine has somehow returned and is helping out Data Kairi. It's due to Vanitas messing around with the Datascape.
Big Bad Ensemble: We have The Lord of Keys who controls the Virals, the Cloak of God who controls the Disney villains, and Vanitas, who was manipulating Data Sora the whole time.
Disc One Final Boss: The Cloak of God. You've beaten The Lord of Keys and the Disney Villains, but, then Vanitas steps in as the Big Bad.
Ending Theme: Used for a fake out right before the God Viral fight, Habataku Kimi e by Sugawara Sayuri plays as Data Sora and Data Kairi take a breath but if you've unlocked the Golden Ending it doesn't even get to the second verse before the God Hand attacks them. After they beat him, the usual Hikari plays.
Exposition Fairy: Vanitas serves as one for Data Sora, but he's not doing it for benevolent purposes.