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It's been announced today that Dark Horse Books will publish the first ever Ultimania Kingdom Hearts book in the west, titled 'Kingdom Hearts Ultimania: The Story Before Kingdom Hearts III'. This Ultimania book is based on the 'Kingdom Hearts Series Memorial Ultimania' book released in Japan back in 2014 around the time of the release of 'Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMix'. The book can be pre-ordered from Amazon for $44.99.
Playstation Japan has recently posted some screenshots of 'Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix', which for the most part weren't really new. However, one of the screenshots did provide a first look at the collection's title selection menu:

'Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix' will be released March 28th in North America and March 31st in Europe.

Hey there video editors! Got some more content for you to work with. This time around it's the Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded movie.

With the PS4 versions of 1.5 + 2.5 coming out in a matter of months, I put a hold on recording KH2FM and BBSFM. But I went ahead and recorded this, since Re:Coded is pre-rendered and likely won't be getting any improvements on PS4 (though if it does, we will revisit it).

The next few months are an exciting time for the Kingdom Hearts community, with 2.8 on the horizon, then 1.5 + 2.5 shortly after. We hope you'll stick with us for news updates, community events, and those sweet, sweet vids.

Check out our Cutscene Archive for more. Thanks to @libregkd for keeping it nice and organized.
According to the Amazon Germany listing of 'Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD Final Chapter Prologue', the cinematic title in the game, 'Kingdom Hearts χ[chi] Back Cover' is mentioned to be 80 minutes long, putting it at around half the runtime of the '358/2 Days' and 'Re:coded cinematics.
Our newest media reporter, @Karuta, is hard at work recording KINGDOM HEARTS HD 2.5 ReMIX for us. Previous posts of the ending have included fan translations and fan subs. By modding the game, we now have an official translation of Re:Coded's secret ending. The video, of course, still has the Japanese audio, but with the very same English subtitles you'll see when the collection releases worldwide this December.

You can download the video by clicking here. We'll have a full archive page up when we have more videos ready to go -- so please stay tuned!