In case you missed it, Nintendo recently hosted the Kirby 30th Anniversary Music Fest, a concert full of music and fun celebrating everybody’s favorite pink puffball. While the VOD was initially kept up on YouTube, it was recently announced that the full concert will be taken down at the end of the month. But then Nintendo started divvying up the concert into individual song chunks… that are still going away at the end of the month. We can’t win, it seems.
Be sure to catch as many songs as you can in the brief time they have left. While unofficial uploads will likely persist after the 31st (at least until Nintendo’s notoriously music-litigious copyright lawyers strike them), it’s a shame that Nintendo is being so stingy with their distribution when other concerts like the Sonic 30th Anniversary and Undertale 5th Anniversary ones are still up on YouTube. Sega does what Nintendon’t.
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