I have lots of kingdom hearts fan classmates at school so it would've been fun if it was released here in America.
Collectible card game based on Square Enix and Disney crossover to release simultaneously with GBA game next month.
TOKYO--According to retailer reports in Japan, Square Enix plans to launch a trading card game based on the Kingdom Hearts franchise on November 11. The release will be simultaneous with the Game Boy Advance entry in the series Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, which features a card-based battle system.
Starter packs for the card game will cost 1,280 yen ($11), and they will include 41 cards, a rulebook, and a playing mat. Booster packs, which will contain five cards each, will cost 143 yen, or about $1.25. Fans of the Kingdom Hearts series who want to build up a complete collection of the cards may consider buying a box set, which contains 24 booster packs for 3,432 yen ($31). The card game will have 91 cards in total: 22 common, 21 uncommon, 21 rare, and 27 "super-rare."
Also on the game's launch day, Square Enix will release a 16,080 yen ($147) limited edition package that contains the Game Boy Advance title, a specially branded Game Boy Advance SP system, and a carrying strap fashioned out of miniature "playing cards."
For more information on Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, see GameSpot's previous coverage of the game.
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