Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories

Global Total as of 28th Oct 2017 (units): 1.85m
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Developer: Jupiter Corporation Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 1.26m 68.1%
+ Europe: 0.18m 9.9%
+ Japan: 0.35m 19.0%
+ Rest of the World: 0.06m 3.0%
= Global 1.85m

Release History

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Square EnixJapan11th November 2004Retail
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Square EnixNorth America07th December 2004Retail
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Square EnixEurope06th May 2005Retail

Game Overview

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories was developed by Square Enix for the Nintendo DS. The game falls between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II and explains why Sora has lost his memory. It makes use of a card system for combat where you must collect cards to make actions.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories is being rereleased as part of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX due out in the fall of 2013.


T.Rexington (on 08 August 2012)
I really enjoyed this personally. I had
fun with action card combat system, the
2D graphics were gorgeous, and overall,
it was just a pleasure to play and
BasilZero (on 30 January 2012)
This is the first sequel of the famous
Kingdom Hearts game, it takes place
after the first game. The game is in 2D
and its entire plane is in 2D although
Squareenix tried to make the game as 3D
as possible, the controls just doesnt
seem right for the 2D style graphics, as
the game can become difficult due to the
poor positioning and aiming. However for
the normal disney and squareenix fan,
this game will be perfect for the
gameboy advance. You have your classic
disney characters along with their Final
Fantasy counter parts just like in the
first game. At first the storyline might
be a re-hash of the first, but there is
more to the actual storyline than meets
the eye. Along with that the game is now
in a card based battle system which will
make the players think twice before
making their move against the enemy or
whether to advance on to the field and
choosing a route. 8.1/10
3nix (on 01 September 2011)
It was alright I still got the most out
f it.
Sledge (on 23 February 2009)
arsenal009 (on 14 December 2008)
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