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Kingdom Hearts Final Mix

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Kingdom Hearts Final Mix
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Kana
キングダムハーツ ファイナルミックス
Rōmaji
Kingudamu Hātsu Fainaru Mikkusu
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Release
December 26, 2002
Flag of Japan.png December 26, 2002


Kingdom Hearts Final Mix is a re-release of Kingdom Hearts, originally released exclusively in Japan. It is largely identical to its original counterpart, but features new bosses, additional cutscenes, and extra gameplay features.

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix released exclusively in Japan on December 26, 2002. It was re-released in 2013 as part of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, which was then re-released as part of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX and Kingdom Hearts -The Story So Far-.

Changes[edit | edit source]

  • The title screen illustration has been replaced.
  • The title screen has a third item, after "New Game" and "Load Game", labeled "Special Movie", which plays a trailer for Final Fantasy X-2.
  • The "Normal" and "Expert" difficulty levels have been replaced with "Final Mix: Beginner" and "Final Mix". A third difficulty level, named "Final Mix: Proud", has been introduced.
    • Final Mix: Beginner now gives Sora a Ribbon, EXP Necklace, 8 Power Ups, 8 Defense Ups, and 4 AP Ups at the start. The Drill Gummi's attack power is now 9,999.
    • Final Mix now limits damage by Sora by a third, and the Gummi Ship takes double the damage.
    • Final Mix: Proud limits the Gummi Ship's attack power by one-half, and damage dealt to the Gummi Ship is increased four times.
  • Dialogue is now in English with Japanese subtitles.
  • Most cutscenes that have already been viewed once can now be skipped.
  • A red Trinity mark located in Oogie's Manor has been moved to an arch at the foot of the manor so as to allow the player to collect all the Trinity marks, even after completing Halloween Town; originally, the mark would disappear if it was not activated before the end of the story in Halloween Town.
  • Missions were added to the Gummi Ship
  • Three additional Ansem Reports were added.
  • Rewards for treasure chests, trinities, Olympus Coliseum cups, and mini-games were adjusted.
  • Statistics for certain items were adjusted.

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Development and Release[edit | edit source]

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix released in Japan on December 26, 2002, for the PlayStation 2. The title could be pre-ordered, and those who did could get either a CD with the new tracks from the game or a playing card set.[1] A limited "Platinum Edition" version was released later, which contained, in addition to the game, an action figure of Sora, a set of eight stickers, and artwork by Tetsuya Nomura.[Verified source needed]

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix was released in North America, Europe, and Australia for the first time as part of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX in 2013 for the PlayStation 3. As part of that bundle, it was later re-released in Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX in 2014 worldwide for the PlayStation 4.

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