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I hated End of the World...It was so confusing and the invisible wall was the thing that made it confusing. It's the type of world that if you want to go somewhere...you'll end right back to where you started (That happened)...But the music was awesome.
End of the world without a doubt.
It had epic music, creepy setting which actually scared me a bit (I was about 8 at the time), and just gave you that whole "Oh crap! If we lose, we're all going to die!" type of feel. TWTNW just didn't have that. It just felt like a city infested with Heartless and nobodies. Plus "The world that never was" was kind of a lame name in my opinion. Besides, in The End of the World, you get to fight the devil himself! You can't get better than that!
How much as I love going around TCTNW studying every single inch of the castle i First Person, I'm going to vote for End of the world.
That was definately a creepy place, and thanks to KHIIFM there's no longer any Heartless in TWTNW, so I can't just go farming synthesis anymore, without having to fight 30 other types of Heartless and then end up with not getting, my prize from the Neo Shadow...
Anyway, Chernabog is the only Disney boss in the series with it's own battle music, lets leave it at that.
TWTNW is just such a cool place! It would have been better if all the buildings in the dark city were explorable, or at least explained to some degree (What the fuck was with the semi-truck accident in front of the skyscraper anyway?). The levels of TCTNW are also some of the biggest places in the game, which made me like them a lot as well, not even taking into account the great design of the place (Who doesn't love stark white on stark gray?).
I consider both Xion and Riku the final bosses, since there's not really any break in between the fights and most importantly, no save point. I'm taking it that "Really?" is referring to the fight with Xion. However, when it comes to the final world of Days, it's the World That Never Was.