Kingdom Hearts (PS2)
Square and Disney, together at last. This is one great game, mixing the characters from Final Fantasy and Disney into not an RPG but an action/adventure game with RPG element. Think Zelda64 with a level up/attributes system. It sounds odd, but it works well. Another thing that works well is the mix of Disney and Square. It freaks you out, but in a good way. For example, you start off in Wonderland, trying to save Alice, then you move on and meet Hades from Hercules, played excellently by James Woods, play with Pooh and Tigger, before going off to help Aladdin do battle against Jafar. It's quite a buzz. And they've spared little expense to get all (or most) of the orginal actors to do the voices (theyre all official in some way or another), and even getting some celebrities to voice the rest of the Squaresoft characters, including Haley Joel Osment, Billy Zane, David Boreanaz, Mandy Moore, and Lance Bass from *NSync to name but a few. The 3D camera has pissed me off a couple of times, but to be honest, most of the time, I'm having too much fun to notice.