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Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMix
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Greg Boccia
First Published: 12-01-2015 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 10-09-2020 / 02:27 GMT
Version: 1.0 (????) 24-09-2020 / 18:45 GMT

Hook and the Lost Boys

As you enter Never Land you are greeted by Tinker Bell and the Lost Boys. Turn around and enter the Rainbow Falls: Base to find a chest with a Megalixir and the Rainbow Sticker. Back at the Seacoast you’ll find two more chests holding a Panacea and a Hi-Potion. Move onward to the Mermaid Lagoon where you can check the eastern shore for two chests with Aeroga and an Elixir as well as the Dale Sticker . Make your way to the western exit for another scene. Afterwards, loot the chest for a Balloon Letter and check the tree to enter Peter’s Hideout.

Snag the Mega-Ether and Fleeting Crystal and use the shop and save point as needed, especially if you don’t have Stun Block yet. Head south to the Gully where you’ll find two more chests, one with an Abounding Crystal , another with the Never Land Map . Proceed to the Indian Camp for a scene and an ambush by the Unversed. You can return to this area afterwards and attack the totem pole top for a Thundaga . Head to Mermaid Lagoon for yet another scene and afterwards head to the Cliff Path.

There are a few chests (left) that need a little searching for. To find the hideout, look for this tree (right).

There are a few chests (left) that need a little searching for. To find the hideout, look for this tree (right).


Prize Category Name
Command Glide

Glide isn’t all that useful if you already obtained Superglide. Grab the Hi-Potion from the chest down below and break through the rocks to the next portion of the area. Destroy the boulders to reveal the Treasure Raid chest and climb to the top to find a Firaga in another chest. Jump through to the Mermaid Lagoon again to find yourself on top. There is a Blitz in the chest and you should spawn the Prize Pods here. Head to the Cove where you have a chance to save before the boss fight and grab the Ether in the chest next to it.

BOSS - Captain Hook

Captain Hook is too skilled to attack head on, he’ll block all of your swings. Luckily enough you can do the same and having Stun Block equipped will leave him wide open once you do. Hook will throw exploding presents so be sure to dodge them. Captain Hook is extremely vulnerable to status effects so utilize all that you have. You also need to avoid the crocodile in the water as it will do damage to Ventus and cannot be destroyed. If you can hit Hook on the side and knock him in to the water, the crocodile will nip away some HP and leave Hook vulnerable once he resurfaces.

Captain Hook throws exploding presents (left). You can also knock him into the water where he gets munched on by the crocodile (right).

Captain Hook throws exploding presents (left). You can also knock him into the water where he gets munched on by the crocodile (right).


Prize Category Name
Power Up Deck Capacity +1
Command Board Never Land
Keyblade Pixie Petal
Dimension Link Peter Pan
After the battle and the scenes are finished, Ventus awakes at the Mysterious Tower.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Square Enix
  • Platforms
    PS3, PS4
  • Genre
    Action Role-playing
  • Guide Release
    12 January 2015
  • Last Updated
    10 September 2020
  • Guide Author
    Greg Boccia

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Kingdom Hearts II begins where Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days leave off. Sora and his companions have been asleep for about a year, regaining their memories. When Sora awakens, he eventually arrives in Twilight Town, the place where a mysterious boy, Roxas, lived before he suddenly left. Gaining new clothes and powers, Sora began his journey anew, unaware of the events that have taken place in Chain of Memories. Sora continues his quest by unlocking paths to new worlds, learning of Nobodies and fighting the Heartless, as well as facing the remaining members of the mysterious Organization XIII. As the game progresses, Sora learns about Roxas and how much they have in common.

Birth By Sleep is the origins of the series' hero and villain, Sora and Xehanort, and delves deep into the mysteries of Xehanort's bleak past and forgotten memories as well as how Sora and Riku came to wield the Keyblade in the first place. It deals with three Keyblade Wielders: Terra, Aqua and Ventus and each character has their own scenario.

Kingdom Hearts II and Birth by Sleep will take you to many places and we have them all covered here. Inside you will find:

  • Complete walkthrough coverage for both Kingdom Hearts 2 and Birth By Sleep.
  • Side quests covered in detail from Absent Silhouettes to Atlantica.
  • Gummi ship missions and details.
  • Mirage Arena covered extensively.
  • Mini-games discussed and much, much more.

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