how to play kingdom hearts 2 final mix

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Submitted: October 16, 2018

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Final Mix on PS4


Alright Kingdom Hearts 2 follows the story of Sora, Donald Duck, and Goofy, going through countless Disney worlds fighting enemies called the heartless and nobodies with a shield owned by Goofy, a wand for Donald, and a giant key-sword called the Keyblade wielded by Sora. In this how to we will be discussing how to properly fight enemies, (mainly spamming the “X” button), using reaction commands, casting cures and healing items. Now let's get started!

Step 1 starting a new game!



So first things first:when playing a game for the first time you need to start a new save file. My picture shows the load game option selected, but you want to choose the option New Game. ress X to select and it starts a cutscene that recaps Kingdom Hearts 1 and Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories.


The prologue.  



After the cutscene ends you get put it the actual game with 4 unfamiliar characters. This is the a three-hour tutorial where you play as Sora’s nobody Roxas in the digital Twilight Town. if you don’t know who Roxas is, here's a little summary. Roxas is the 13th member of Organization XIII (13) Where he is known as The Key of Destiny because he is the only one of the organization who can wield the Keyblade. He is also Sora’s nobody (a nobody is when someone becomes a heartless but has a strong enough will so they will leave an empty vessel behind). Roxas was born when Sora Released his heart to save Kairi which made Roxas from Sora’s heart and Naminé from Kairi’s heart.


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Reaction commands are going to be your best friend in this game. You will use these to open chests, talk to people, interact with surroundings, and occasionally use them for combat.


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