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Kingdom Hearts III theme song “Don’t Think Twice” available for purchase on iTunes

Cover of Hatsukoi by Hikaru Utada.

Japanese artist Hikaru Utada has released her newest album “Hatsukoi”, which includes the theme song to the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III game: Chikai (or Don’t Think Twice in English).

Utada has previously performed songs for the Kingdom Hearts series, including Hikari (Simple and Clean in English) in the first title, and Passion (Sanctuary in English) in Kingdom Hearts II.

The song Chikai, along with the full album Hatsukoi, is available on iTunes.

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Anime sale on iTunes

Anime on iTunes

Anime on iTunes

Looking for digital anime downloads of your favourite series? If you have Apple iTunes, FUNimation is holding a small sale on select series until August 3rd, 2010. Popular selections include Fullmetal Alchemist, Ouran High School Host Club, Afro Samurai and Soul Eater just to name a few.

Visit to bring up iTunes and get a head start!

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Naruto Shippuden on iTunes

Naruto Shippuden iTunes Cover

Naruto Shippuden iTunes Cover

Ninja fans, rejoice! Naruto Shippuden is now available for download from the iTunes store. Even though Viz is releasing the first DVD for the series at the end of September, four episodes are currently available for purchase, at $1.99 a show or $22.99 for the season (this includes any episodes that are still being broadcast for this season).

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