Gaming Detail: Mickey Has Matching Outfits In Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is a celebration of the series’ music, but did you know that it also references the multiple outfits Mickey Mouse has worn over the years too?

Disney’s friendly mouse has helped Sora and the gang through Kingdom Hearts’ almost 20-year history, and with each team within Melody of Memory, his outfit changes. Teams are composed of 3 key characters within pivotal titles in the franchise. Classic includes Sora, Donald, and Goofy, Team Days includes Roxas, Xion, and Axel, Team Birth By Sleep has Aqua, Ven, and Terra, and Team 3D (disappointingly) features Riku and a few dream eaters.

When a Summoning Star item is used, Mickey joins you on your musical battle and shifts in and out of the flow as he tags from behind. What is interesting, however, is when you realize he’s wearing different outfits according to the games the teams are based on. With 358/2 Days’ team, Mickey is wearing an Organization-like hood to protect himself from the darkness. With Birth By Sleep’s team, he looks younger and is wearing the same clothing from that particular game. The Classic and the Dream Drop Distance Mickeys, on the other hand, are both the same sporting his red and yellow look that closely resembles Sora’s outfit in the original Kingdom Hearts.

Even his keyblades are different. During the events of Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep 0.2 A Fragmentary Passage, Mickey retrieves the golden Kingdom Key D from the Realm of Darkness. With a keyblade from the light and the dark, both Mickey and Sora are able to lock away Kingdom Hearts in the first game. He continues to wield it until the events of Kingdom Hearts 3. Birth By Sleep’s Mickey has the Star Seeker keyblade that he uses while training with Master Yen Sid. These are the cool details that Melody of Memory has that weren’t necessarily required but are welcomed.

The Kingdom Hearts series is known for its little details. Did you know that in the original Kingdom Hearts, all the 101 dalmatians had different spots just like the movie? Or did you know that Rapunzel’s signature pan is hanging as a keychain on the Kingdom Hearts 3 keyblade Ever After?

You can now find this Mickey feature and over 140 songs in the recently released rhythm sequel Melody of Memory. Check out our review to see if the game is up your street.

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The British “Canadian” Chris Penwell has been a video game journalist since 2013 and now has a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from MacEwan University. He loves to play JRPGs and games with a narrative. His dream is to go to E3 and PAX one day and experience the mania of each event!

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