Video Game | Action, Adventure, Family
When his world is destroyed and his friends mysteriously disappear, a young boy named Sora is thrust into a quest to find his missing friends and prevent the armies of darkness from destroying many other worlds.
For the Final Mix version, all of the Heartless from the original game have been recolored. This would also be a trend that was used in the later Final Mix versions, with the Heartless in Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ (2007), as well as the Unversed in the Final Mix version of Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (2010). Notably, however, the Heartless that were adapted for Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (2004) were returned to their original coloring.
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In some cut-scenes, Sora's Keyblade changes back to the original Kingdom Key he starts out with, even when the player is using a different one.
While the credits are rolling you see scenes of various Disney characters and characters from the game, including the "missing" characters of Riku and King Mickey. After the credits are finished you see Sora, Donald, and Goofy walking along a path wondering if they'll ever see Riku and King Mickey again.
In the HD Version of Final Mix for both HD 1.5 Remix and HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix, the game was reworked to use the Reaction Command system from Kingdom Hearts II (2005) to improve the ease of use of the command-sensitive commands (formerly the fourth option in the battle menu) when compared to the original PS2 releases. In addition, the Final Fantasy X-2 promo on the game's menu is replaced with a Back button to return to 1.5 (or 1.5 + 2.5)'s main menu.