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Community KH-Vids is now on Mastodon!

Hey gang! With the future of Twitter being somewhat unclear, we're trying our luck on Mastodon. Our handle is:

We created our account on the server, but you can create yours on just about any server you want, and still be able to see/interact with us, as long as your chosen server is public. You can follow that link to create an account (or find another server here).

If/when you do join, let us know in the comments (or through a DM) and we'll give you a follow. If you're here from Twitter, same rules apply. This could quite possibly go nowhere, but the greatest chance of success is us sticking together.

For more info on how Mastodon works (we're still figuring it out too), you can check out this video:

For clarity, this website isn't going anywhere, and barring the unforeseen we'll still be on Twitter. Will probably try cross-posting on Twitter and Mastodon. Just figured we'd try something new :)
Earlier today, a surprise update on the status of the upcoming mobile game 'Kingdom Hearts: Missing Link' was provided by series director, Tetsuya Nomura, via a Tweet:
Here is a translation of the tweet (courtesy of @RyujiBlades):
Earlier today, Square-Enix released their 2022 Annual Report (which can be viewed here), where it was revealed that as of the end of March 2022, the 'Kingdom Hearts' series has shipped over 36 million units (both physical and digital) since the series' inception in 2002, making it Square-Enix's third best-selling franchise (behind 'Final Fantasy' and 'Dragon Quest').

Following the release of the finale to 'Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road' last month, a new update for the game has been released today, which takes care of some bug fixes, as well as some adjustments to the story dialogue/cutscenes:

Hey everyone, the next batch of Kingdom Hearts III cutscenes in 4K FPS are out now! This one covers all worlds from Monstropolis to Land of Departure.

To recap what makes these videos special, they feature:

- PC version with Max Settings
- 4K Resolution
- 60 Frames Per Second
- Dual Audio tracks (English, and English without music)

You can download everything here:
Kingdom Hearts III Cutscenes (4K)(60FPS)

Alternatively, you can watch the cutscenes online using this YouTube Playlist, mind you the quality is not quite as good, and doesn't have dual audio functionality.

In the next release, we'll be rounding off KH3 with the end-game, DLC, and other loose ends. Look forward to it!