There is probably a good videogame waiting to burst forth out of Kamen Rider Battride War II.
News More on Anime For Developing Nations
posted on 2005-04-11 15:59 EDT
Asahi.com has an English Article on the Japanese Foreign Ministry's plan to offer financial aid for the broadcast of anime in developing nations. An official at the Ministry is quoted by the article as saying, "We'd like to extend our aid to places where the private sector has given up because of the costs." Thanks to Dott.Piergiorgio for pointing this out.
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