Kingdom Hearts – 1. Island Paradise

It was either this or Dark Cloud 2, but Kingdom Hearts seems to run better, so I chose it to be the next game I play. It really seems like a nice game if you ignore the Disney setting, so I’m having allot of fun for now.
 
The first hour or so, I’ve spent on the Destiny Islands with Sora’s friends, trying to build a raft to leave the place and explore “other worlds” as they say it. Pretty soon, though, the place was attacked and seemed to be destroyed by the Heartless, but not before I got the Keyblade.
 
Next, I’ve found myself in Traverse Town, where I was continued to be attacked by the Heartless. That’s where I met Cid, who is the owner of the Accessory Shop. After exploring Traverse Town and managing not to meet with Goofy and Donald, I was, in a way, rescued by Squall, or Leon, which is how he prefers to be called. He seems to be working with Yuffie and Aeris (I know it’s Aerith in this game, but I prefer Aeris). Leon explaind some stuff about the Heartless and the Keyblade to me, and then finally met with Donald and Goofy. We agreed to work together to save everyone and defeat the Heartless. We defeated a boss and then went to the next world – Wonderland.
 
In Wonderland, Alice was being tried for a crime the Heartless committed. I had to find some evidence to clear her, but even after I did, the stubborn queen refused to free here. Instead, she ordered her soldiers to attack and during the battle, Alice was taken by the Heartless. After that, I had to go to the next world – Olympus Coliseum. 

 
I tried to enter, but they wouldn’t let me in. Instead, they allowed me to enter some trials that involved destroying a certain number of barrels in a certain amount of time. Even after I passed those trials, they wouldn’t let me in, so I was about to leave. Luckily, on the way out, Hades gave me a pass, so I could enter the contest. This is where I took a break. 
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