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I've played many GBA games, but Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories is my all-time favorite GBA game. Having never played a PS2 Kingdom Hearts game (long complicated story), this filled in the holes. The story is set after the events of the first game, where Sora, Goofy and Donald find a letter in Pluto's mouth, chase him and then it's nightfall. A mysterious stranger appears and says this "Ahead lies something you need, but to claim it you must lose something dear". What could this mean? That's for you to find out, when the gang arrive at a weird place called Castle oblivion a place run by cards a fiendish group called the Organization which are a group of people without hearts. Speaking of cards that's what this game is half about, to open doors or for battle (90%) of the time. While you freely move around in battle you choose a card (attack, magic, summon, or item) and there's a card value where you can break a number the higher it is before the enemy does. If you played the first Kingdom Hearts you'll square off against many familiar faces of enemies, plus some newcomers. Higher up it gets more challenging. Once you beat the game, another game is unlocked Reverse Rebirth, where you can play as Riku trying to overcome his darkness with the aid of King Mickey as you polish off Ansem from the first game. If you beat this game a few more things are unlocked for the Sora campaign. There are five cinematics that look like they came right from the PS2! You even get voiced yells and shouts including Haley Joel Osment as Sora and Jodi Benson as Ariel.