What happen to the all anime
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Posted 7/24/09
What has happen to the old animes that I used to see in the crunchyroll. Now it little bowring and since most of the anime i cannt see it since it is in my reigon.

I hape other have the same feeling since i really miss the old site of crunchyroll not the new one and i really want to see old anime cartoons not just the new one.

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Posted 7/24/09 , edited 7/24/09
Crunchyroll has gone legal. They officially get permission to play anime from companies.
They're working on the region thing but apparently it's real hard. As for the few watchable anime's around, there's nothing we can do about it. They're slowly getting more anime and drama. It's a working process.

The official thread:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-420985/the-crunchyroll-revolution/

Also, here's a lineup of the anime we have on the site. Maybe you'll find some that you can view in your region.
http://www.crunchyroll.com/lineup
Posted 7/24/09
Wow,you're one of the older users right? Look through the news section, you'll find the answers to your questions.
Posted 7/24/09 , edited 7/24/09
I still don't understand this license, publishers and stuff. So it's OK to watch anime as long as its not licensed in America? but as soon as it gets to the US we can't watch it online for free anymore, right? we need to either watch it on TV or buy it, the thing is that I live in Mexico, not in the US, why does this affect us too, and I can't get the DVDs here 'cause US publishers don't sell them here in Mexico.


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Posted 7/24/09

AzteKpr1de wrote:

I still don't understand this license, publishers and stuff. So it's OK to watch anime as long as its not licensed in America? but as soon as it gets to the US we can't watch it online for free anymore, right? we need to either watch it on TV or buy it, the thing is that I live in Mexico, not in the US, why does this affect us too, and I can't get the DVDs here 'cause US publishers don't sell them here in Mexico.




It's complicated.

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