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News Viz Media Launches Neon Alley on Xbox 360
posted on 2013-02-12 22:34 EST
Viz Media announced the launch of its Neon Alley streaming channel on Xbox 360 consoles on Tuesday. XBox Live Gold subscribers can download the app, and a subscription to the service cost US$6.99. Viz Media first launched the channel on PlayStation 3 consoles in October, and the company revealed in December its plans to debut the service on the Xbox 360 console.
The channel currently airs English-dubbed episodes of Blue Exorcist, InuYasha: The Final Act, Lagrange - The Flower of Rin-ne, Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, Tiger & Bunny, Death Note, Naruto Shippūden, One Piece, and Vampire Knight. The channel will add Accel World and Fate/Zero to its lineup as well.
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When the set ends, it's on a note of combined hope and sadness that drives us onto the next volume as surely as the mounting disasters of last volume drove us to this one.
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