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Anime Network Streams Neo Angelique Abyss

posted on 2010-05-16 19:35 EDT
Gundam UC, Initial D, Shin-chan on PlayStation Store, Crunchyroll posts iPad app

The Anime Network video-on-demand service has posted a list of episodes that it began streaming during the week of May 10 on its website, including a new series, Neo Angelique Abyss:

The Anime Network also noted that it has added three new shows to its on-demand service: Le Portraite de Petite Cossette, Neo Angelique Abyss, and Tayutama - Kiss on My Deity-.

The North American anime distributor Funimation revealed on its blog that Initial D: Third Stage and Initial D: Fourth Stage are now available on the PLAYSTATION Network Store, XBox Live, Microsoft Zune, and Amazon Unbox. The first season of Crayon Shin-chan is also now available on the PLAYSTATION Network Store, and Strike Witches is now available on XBox Live and the Microsoft Zune. Funimation mentioned that new series are now available on iTunes in the U.S., iTunes in Canada, and Amazon Unbox.

The first episode of the Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn OAV is now available for rent on the PLAYSTATION Network Store. The SD version is available for US$3.99 and the HD version is available for US$5.99.

The Crunchyroll media-distribution website revealed that it has released an alpha version of its iPhone/iPod Touch application for Apple's iPad mobile device. The app is free to download, and premium members can use it to view simulcasts and all other videos without ads, just as they can from the website. The application only streams videos in standard definition for now, and only via a Wi-Fi connection. However, the company is currently working on making high-definition videos available for premium members, and is also working on getting the streaming feature to work on a mobile 3G connection.

As previously reported, the North American anime and manga distributor Media Blasters has started a streaming service on its website. Currently, the first dubbed episodes of Queen's Blade, Ikkitousen: Dragon Destiny, and Kanokon: The Girl Who Cried Fox are streaming on the site in "DVD quality" and without commercials. Media Blasters also announced it will stream Magic Knight Rayearth in the near future.

Image © KOEI Co., Ltd./Neo Angelique Production Committee


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