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Kingdom Hearts II

    Original release date: 12/22/2005

Kingdom Hearts II is a sequel to Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories originally releasing on the PlayStation 2 in Japan (December 22, 2005), North America (March 28, 2006), Australia (September 28, 2006) and Europe (September 29, 2006). Kingdom Hearts II would later follow with a re-release, Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix exclusively in Japan on March 29, 2007 before being remastered in HD on the PlayStation 3 as Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX available worldwide. 

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