Sora, Donald, and Goofy continued their search for Riku and King Mickey in Kingdom Hearts 2 as they battled returning villains such as the heartless and Organization XIII, and their journey took them through many worlds. Which planets, on the other hand, accomplished it best, and which ones do fans frequently forget are even in the game?

Olympus Coliseum

The characters in Kingdom Hearts have visited Olympus Coliseum several times over the franchise, but the original game did the finest job of capturing the “Coliseum Cups” concept. It’s back in KH2, although this time the majority of the action takes place in Hades’ realm, the Underworld. Sora will come here several times, just like in the original game, to take on the various combinations of challenges against Heartless and Final Fantasy characters in order to collect the rewards.

Halloween Town

Halloween Town, like Agrabah, has changed dramatically since Sora, Donald, and Goofy last visited in the original game. Many fans preferred the revised version since it included Christmas Town. This was the other major area in Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. The costumes the crew wore, as well as the general authentic replication of the original’s style, made Halloween Town in KH1 so memorable, yet the levels seemed claustrophobic and tight.

Timeless River

The realm of Timeless River is accessed through Disney Castle. Yet, it is large enough to be called its own “world.” Everything about this old-fashioned Steamboat Mickey-esque design is spot-on, especially the Monochrome Keyblade, which is one of the franchise’s best designs. It’s all great, from Sora’s, Donald’s, and Goofy’s designs to the sound effects and animations.

Kingdom Hearts 2 : Radiant Garden

The best world in the game and the first game is Radiant Garden. Sora travelled to Hollow Bastion in the original title, which was only a small fraction of a much larger universe. In Kingdom Hearts 2, fans can visit Hollow Bastion once more. However, it no longer looks the same as it did before Maleficent took control.

The world that never was

The World That Never Was was the headquarters of Organization XIII. It was here that players spent the last hours of the game. It feels like it’s a wholly unique universe that isn’t based on any other Disney or Final Fantasy product. The enormous cityscape, the genuine Kingdom Heart moon, and all of the neon lights combine to create one of the most beloved landscapes in any Kingdom Hearts game.

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