KH: An Alternate Reality 2"So, how was your guys' first day in Japan?""It was absolutely wonderful!""Amazing!""I loved it! Especially all the lights and fashion and city life!" I said excitedly. It was truly amazing, so much different than anything I had ever seen in the U.S."Now I can see why you guys moved out here. It's a great place," my dad said."If you could all head into the other room here, we have some things for you all," Karen, the woman of the house and my mom's best friend, said."What? You didn't need to get us anything. Flying us out here and letting us stay in your home was enough!" My mom said, shocked that they got us more."Oh, hush about that, will you? I wanted to get these things because I knew you guys would love them when I saw them," Karen said.My mom just sighed, smiled at her friend, and sat down between my dad and me."For you, Adam," Phil, Karen's husband, said as he handed a long and skinny wrapped box to my father."Wow, what's in here? It's not exactly the lightest thing,"
KH: An Alternate Reality 1"Is it ready?""Almost, sir.""What do you mean, 'almost'?""Well, everything is in order, everything's working fine. Except for one thing.""And what is that one thing?""The connection, sir. It does well when we get it going and send someone in to test everything out, but sometimes, it will randomly lose the connection, leaving the person in there.""I'm assuming, because of this, the emergency exit feature is working fine?""Yes, sir.""Do you think we'll still be able to go on with tomorrow?""I... I don't think so." His superior gave him a look. "But, I mean, we could try. We'll just have to do a few more tests than we planned. And try to figure out what causes the connection to go out, or when it usually does.""Good. Because we're still going through with tomorrow. And if there's issues with the program, you better make it work.""Y-yes, sir."The superior turned and left the room.The developer immediately looked relieved, yet still a little nervous and stressed. He looked over