13 Facts About Kingdom Hearts


Kingdom Hearts is a series of action role-playing games developed and published by Square Enix .

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Kingdom Hearts is a crossover of various Disney properties based in an original fictional universe.

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DiZ, revealed to be the real Ansem, attempts dissipating some of the artificial Kingdom Hearts before being engulfed in an explosion when his extraction device self-destructs and is sent to the Realm of Darkness.

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The letter, written by Mickey during the events of Kingdom Hearts Coded, describes the parts of their past that Namine learned while restoring Sora's memory.

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Kingdom Hearts games contain elements of action role-playing video games with hack-and-slash elements.

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Main theme songs for the Kingdom Hearts games were written and performed by Japanese pop star, Hikaru Utada.

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Kingdom Hearts marked his transition into a directorial position, though he served as the game's character designer.

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Kingdom Hearts was unsure if fans would want a sequel and felt that if they did not, then it would be best to leave certain events in the first game unexplained.

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Kingdom Hearts felt managing and keeping multiple worlds was problematic.

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Kingdom Hearts has stated that with speculation, even though a game gets old, people can still be happy with it.

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Kingdom Hearts has been adapted as a trading card game by the Tomy corporation of Japan.

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Manga based on the Kingdom Hearts storyline has been released in Japan and the United States.

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Kingdom Hearts is divided into two volumes; "The First Door" and "Darkness Within".

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