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Hey all, if I've been particularly quiet this month, it's because I've been hard at work on this. I got into modding recently and just released something that may pique your interest.

This PC Mod for Dark Souls III lets you look and sound like Kairi, and adds custom Keyblade-like movesets/starting classes. Check out the full trailer below:


Naturally, you'll need Dark Souls III on PC to play with the mod.

You can download the mod here!
The official 'Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road' Twitter account has unveiled descriptions detailing the cast of the mobile game releasing this Monday, giving us further insight on each character. Check out the descriptions below:

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In a surprising announcement, Square-Enix has provided Kingdom Hearts fans with a new trailer today, revealing a few surprises in store for us coming this year:



Union X[cross] and Dark Road
First off, the trailer shows what to expect with upcoming new story quests in 'Kingdom Hearts: Union X[cross]'. After that, the trailer gives us our first real look at the other mobile game, 'Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road', giving us an additional look at the game's characters, and the gameplay in action. Lastly, the trailer confirms the game will be released less than a week from now on June 22nd!

Kingdom Hearts III Original Soundtrack
Ever since the game first released a year and a half ago, fans have been demanding an official soundtrack for 'Kingdom Hearts III' to be made available. Now, it appears that the folks over at Square-Enix and Disney have granted the wishes of fans, with the trailer confirming that an official soundtrack of the game will be releasing in Fall 2020!

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory
The final announcement from today's trailer came in the form of a reveal, confirming that a rhythm action game (sort of similar to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy), named 'Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory', will be releasing in 2020 for the PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch (marking the first time a Kingdom Hearts game was released on that console)! What's more is that the game seems to also have a playable scenario that takes place after the events of KH3: ReMind, allowing players to play as Kairi!

While these announcements were terrific, eagle eyed viewers will have noticed that the beginning of the trailer reveals that the series is now in its "2nd Phase", which seems to have started with KH3: ReMind, and includes Dark Road and Melody of Memory. But what's interesting is that the series' 2nd Phase contains five slots, three that are occupied by ReMind, Dark Road, and Melody of Memory, while the other two slots may hint at two currently unannouced projects!

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EDIT:

English version of the trailer has released:

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Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ
launched on iOS and Android in the west on April 7, 2016. On April 5, I pitched an idea to the rest of the KHV staff: What if we set up official KHV parties within the game? And we set to work organizing said parties and even a weekly leaderboard to go with them, so we could have some friendly competition in the community. We launched the parties on the game's release day, and after a delay from our intended July launch, the first leaderboard went up on August 8, 2016.

Four years later, we're well into Union χ, and Dark Road is on the horizon. But with the continued declines in activity in both the KHV community and within the in-game parties, we've decided that it's time to retire the KHV parties and leaderboards. For those who still play the game (or who will in the future), a party recruitment thread will be created so you can still play with your friends from the community.

I'd like to thank, first of all, my fellow staff members who helped brainstorm and organize this whole thing. I'd also like to specifically thank everyone who helped out as a party leader (in alphabetical order): @Aelin, @Arch, @Calxiyn, @Cat~, @Explode, @Fearless, @Karuta, @Krowley, @LadyAzura, and @Scarred Nobody. And one more special thank you to @Plums for editing that lovely header image for the leaderboards. And lastly, thank you to everyone who played with us, no matter for how long, or for how much Lux you contributed. Thank you all for the fun times. We'll see each other at the Daybreak Town fountain plaza again!

May your heart be your guiding key! Aced did nothing wrong! Ursus forever!

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To commemorate almost four years of the KHV leaderboards, here are some records I've compiled!

(The Lux records are probably right? I didn't check every single weekly leaderboard lol; at least with the week-to-week placements I had a spreadsheet I continually kept throughout the years.)


First Top Score:
  1. KHV_Vulpes: week of 8/1/2016 - 8/7/2016
  2. KHV_Anguis: week of 9/26/2016 - 10/2/2016
  3. KHV_Unicornis: week of 10/10/2016 - 10/16/2016
  4. KHV_Leopardus: week of 3/27/2017 - 4/2/2017
  5. KHV_Ursus: week of 5/1/2017 - 5/7/2017
Longest First Place Streak:
  1. KHV_Unicornis: 24 weeks (10/10/2016 - 3/26/2017)
  2. KHV_Vulpes: 8 weeks (8/1/2016 - 9/25/2016)
  3. KHV_Anguis: 8 weeks (8/5/2019 - 9/29/2019)
  4. KHV_Leopardus: 5 weeks (4/22/2019 - 5/26/2019)
  5. KHV_Ursus: 5 weeks (1/20/2020 - 2/23/2020)
Total Weeks in First Place:
  1. KHV_Unicornis: 89 weeks
  2. KHV_Anguis: 45 weeks
  3. KHV_Vulpes: 24 weeks
  4. KHV_Ursus: 19 weeks
  5. KHV_Leopardus: 15 weeks
First Earned Party Don't Stop:
  1. KHV_Vulpes: 8/22/2016
  2. KHV_Unicornis: 10/31/2016
  3. KHV_Anguis: 10/16/2017
  4. KHV_Leopardus: 5/13/2019
  5. KHV_Ursus: 2/10/2020
Highest Lux Total per Party:
  1. KHV_Anguis: 173,359,151,891 (12/23/2019 - 12/29/2019)
  2. KHV_Ursus: 107,236,565,920 Lux (1/20/2020 - 1/26/2020)
  3. KHV_Leopardus: 72,968,278,474 Lux (1/13/2020 - 1/19/2020)
  4. KHV_Unicornis: 71,931,800,982 Lux (5/14/2018 - 5/20/2018)
  5. KHV_Vulpes: 42,290,498,574 Lux (5/18/2020 - 5/24/2020)
Highest Individual Lux Score per Party:
  1. KHV_Anguis: 173,359,151,891 - @Explode (12/23/2019 - 12/29/2019)
  2. KHV_Ursus: 107,236,565,920 Lux - @tamale (1/20/2020 - 1/26/2020)
  3. KHV_Leopardus: 72,868,314,774 Lux - @Cat~ (1/13/2020 - 1/19/2020)
  4. KHV_Unicornis: 34,058,791,767 Lux - @GarrettFinch (5/14/2018 - 5/20/2018)
  5. KHV_Vulpes: 32,446,358,867 Lux - @Fearless (5/18/2020 - 5/24/2020)
It appears that the official website of the upcoming mobile game, 'Kingdom Hearts: Dark Road', has gone live, providing us with additional screenshots of the game and preliminary information on the game. The screenshots included (which you can check out below) give us an additional look at the game's main characters (including their Gandalf-esque master), as well as more gameplay screenshots and in-game models of Xehanort and Eraqus:

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Besides screenshots, the website also contains the following information in regards to what the game is about, and in regards to the game's main setting, Scala ad Caelum:
KINGDOM HEARTS DARK ROAD can be played easily with taps and swipes on your smart phone and is stress free with no complicated leveling or evolving! Level up through Auto Mode or enjoy strategic battles with bosses. Why did Master Xehanort, a major figure in the KINGDOM HEARTS series, become the seeker of darkness? That very mystery paints the story of his youth as he studies to become a Keyblade Wielder.
A world lined with grand structures cascading down peaks like stairs. Keyblade Wielders and the youth who aim to become such gather here, earning it the name “City of Keyblade Wielders.”
EDIT: It appears the site is inaccessible now, and seemingly went live by accident last night.