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Kingdom Hearts II

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Kingdom Hearts II
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Kingudamu Hātsu Tsū


Square Enix


Square Enix


PlayStation 2

Release date:

Japan December 22, 2005
United States March 28, 2006
Australia September 28, 2006
Europe September 29, 2006


Action RPG


Single player


ESRB: E10+

Kingdom Hearts II is the second main installment of the Kingdom Hearts and an immediate sequel to Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. It was first released in Japan in 2005 and overseas in 2006 for PlayStation 2. The game was remastered in 2014 as part of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix on PlayStation 3, which itself was remastered in 2017 as part of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 Remix on PlayStation 4.

Relevance to Final Fantasy[edit]


The game features 21 different characters from the Final Fantasy series. Unlike the first game, Tetsuya Nomura decided to "take some risks" and add characters that are from Final Fantasy games that he was not involved with, such as Final Fantasy VI and Final Fantasy IX.[citation needed]

Character Description Original appearance
Aerith Gainsborough She appears as a member of the Hollow Bastion Restoration Committee. Final Fantasy VII (1997)
Auron He can be Sora's partner in battle in the Olympus Coliseum world Final Fantasy X (2001)
Biggs and Wedge Both of them appear as shopkeepers. Biggs is found in Twilight Town, and Wedge is found in Hollow Bastion/Radiant Garden. Final Fantasy VI (1994)
Cid Highwind Cid returns from the first Kingdom Hearts, although he has lines of speech instead of caption bubbles like in the first game. Final Fantasy VII (1997)
Cloud Strife He is found in Hollow Bastion and helps the residents fight off the Heartless invasion. Final Fantasy VII (1997)
Fuu She appears in Twilight Town as a member of Seifer's "disciplinary committee". Final Fantasy VIII (1999)
Gullwings The three main members, Yuna, Rikku, and Paine, appear as fairies at Hollow Bastion. Final Fantasy X-2 (2003)
Jessie Rasberry A minor character from Final Fantasy VII, Jessie runs an accessory shop in the Simulated Twilight Town. Final Fantasy VII (1997)
Moogles A recurring species in the Final Fantasy series, Moogles serve as shopkeepers at various places, most of them being holograms because of the world's dangers. Final Fantasy III (1990)
Rai He appears in Twilight Town as a member of Seifer's "disciplinary committee". Final Fantasy VIII (1999)
Seifer Almasy He runs a Disciplinary Committee in Twilight Town. Final Fantasy VIII (1999)
Selphie Tilmitt She plays a minor role on Destiny Islands. Final Fantasy VIII (1999)
Sephiroth Cloud's arch-enemy, Sephiroth, appears as an optional boss. Final Fantasy VII (1997)
Setzer Gabbiani He is a challenger in Twilight Town. Final Fantasy VI (1994)
Squall Leonhart Named Leon in the game, he is found at Hollow Bastion. Final Fantasy VIII (1999)
Tifa Lockhart Like many other Final Fantasy characters, Tifa is first found in Hollow Bastion. She is wearing her Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children outfit. Final Fantasy VII (1997)
Vivi Orunitia He appears in Twilight Town as a member of Seifer's "disciplinary committee". Final Fantasy IX (2000)
Yuffie Kisaragi She is found in Hollow Bastion, and plays a minor role. Yuffie uses her Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children outfit. Final Fantasy VII (1997)


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