Kingdom Hearts was released for the PlayStation 2 in March 2002 in Japan and November 2002 in America. Another version of the game, called Kingdom Hearts: Final Mix, was released in Japan only in December 2002. All the crossover characters in Kingdom Hearts don't really play the characters their based on. Tidus (voiced by Shaun Fleming): Tidus (pronounced tee'dus in this game) is back as a much younger version of himself, probably about 14-15 years old. Wakka (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker): Wakka is also much younger, but he's still got all his blitzball skills. Selphie (voiced by Molly Keck): Like the others, Selphie Tilmitt is younger, and instead of using a nunchaku, she whips you with a jump rope.
Yuffie (voiced by Christy Carlson Romano): Yuffie Kisaragi (pronounced yoo'-fee, according to this game) is probably the least changed of the bunch, and somehow managed to become good buddies with Leon.
Aerith (voiced by Mandy Moore): The origins of Aerith Gainsborough are a bit of a mystery, and never explained in the game.
Sephiroth (voiced by Lance Bass): Sephiroth is not in the original JP release of Kingdom Hearts, but was added in the American and Final Mix versions.

The main characters use an airship known as a gummi ship, the only vehicle able to travel between worlds due to the gummi blocks that separate them (it's a metaphorical thing). You can get blueprints to build new ships either in Traverse Town from Gepetto, or from enemy ships in the mini-game (e.g. Metal Chocobo: You win this when you beat Cloud the first time in the coliseum, and it has a Chocobo hanging off the bottom as a keychain.
Diamond Dust: (Final Mix only) This is obtained after defeating the Ice Titan in the coliseum.
One Winged Angel: (Final Mix only) This is obtained after defeating the Sephiroth in the coliseum. Meteo Strike: (Final Mix only) This is Donald's best weapon in Final Mix, which increases crtical attacks. In the secret cave on Destiny Islands, there is a chocobo in the chalk drawings on the rocks.
Irvine (from FF8) and Rikku (from FF10) were original slated to appear in Kingdom Hearts in cameos, but Wakka took the place of Irvine and Yuffie took the place of Rikku. Final Fantasy, all games and animation bearing the Final Fantasy name, and all characters in said games or animation are copyright their respective creators, including but not limited to Squaresoft, Square Enix, Square EA, Tokyo TV, and ADV Films.

Squall Leonhart) (voiced by David Boreanaz): Squall Leonhart finds himself thrust into leadership yet again.
Initially he runs the accessory shop in Traverse Town, but you know he'll end up having something to do with airships, no? These poses are swinging his keyblade in the air (from Cloud in FF7), slashing it twice in an X then putting it on his shoulder (from Squall in FF8), and jumping up and down excitedly (from Zidane in FF9).
Actually there aren't any airships, but there are gummi ships, and he ends up being your ship technician, selling gummi blocks on the side. If you do this several times he wil say something like: "Wakka and me just thought of a game underwater where you chase the ball".

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