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Submitted by Pozzle 781d ago | opinion piece

Kingdom Hearts Sequels: The Natural Progression of an Outstanding Framework

BT writes: Two weeks ago, I talked about the original Kingdom Hearts and explained how the game not only provided a great soundtrack, but also laid the basis for the strongest musical theming I’ve ever seen in gaming. As such, it’s only natural that I talk about the payoff for that groundwork through the many sequels the Kingdom Hearts series has spawned. However, there are honestly too many songs that would go unmentioned if I tried to cover all of them in this one article. So, this time, I’ll limit myself to talking about the two direct sequels to the original game: the PS2 remake of the original Chain of Memories on the GBA, Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, and the only true numbered sequel in the franchise, Kingdom Hearts II. (Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories, PS2)

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