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otsohiru wrote:

Can I pretend I live in the US? So i can watch all these new US + CANADA titles? :D? ? ?


I bet that good proxy with us ip would allow that.
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American and Canadian only you say?

I look forward to next week's line-up of EU only announcements. Can't wait!
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NA only? What a shock. Broken Blade... more like broken record crunchy.
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So are us Europeans going to get our own series of shows to watch that isn't available in US and Canada?
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OMG are you serious??? DAMN YOU US AND CANADA
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I can't really bother to give you a full tutorial but you can use a U.S proxy on your browser to watch the shows here. GOOGLE IT!

Enjoy.
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I watched this last year and again this past summer.

I Highly recommend watchin
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what what what kobato , broken blades , hell girls why is it not available in UK ...darn darn
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US and Canada again, nice one.

We should at least get a subscription fee reduction if we're only getting 60% of the shows in Eu.
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woooot....my queu is pilling up!!!
Don't know what anime should I start with!
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Did they actually finish it? I thought there was one more coming out?
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lym81 wrote: So are us Europeans going to get our own series of shows to watch that isn't available in US and Canada?

Maybe one day, if enough Europeans subscribe to be able to cover the contracting and other costs without the revenues from North America to help cover the cost. It would still be scattered with odd country and language-region cut-outs, though, like the Spanish block on Gintama, because a Spanish company licensed Gintama, but hasn't released anything.

But European members that use proxy servers have to be careful to stream shows directly when they are available in Europe, or else they'll not be counted as coming from Europe.


IXRoxasXI wrote: OMG are you serious??? DAMN YOU US AND CANADA

But they said it was a week of catalog title announcement at the start. We already knew that catalog title announcements are going to be North America only: except for two catalog titles that were package deals with a simulcast of a sequel, all the catalog titles that go out more widely are the ones that started as simulcasts and were not licensed, so they stayed up on Crunchyroll.


mendo_shutaro wrote: American and Canadian only you say?

I look forward to next week's line-up of EU only announcements. Can't wait!

Oh the sorrow of living in a continent fractured into over a dozen individual media markets, most unable to support freestanding anime streaming.

However, without an actual "EU" media market except for UEFA, that's the breaks. If there really was a single EU media market, obviously taking all the different European subscribers as one pool instead of as a number of distinct countries and regions, then Crunchyroll would be getting a lot of EU wide licenses. Alac, and alas, life is so unfair.


Kiune wrote: US and Canada again, nice one.

We should at least get a subscription fee reduction if we're only getting 60% of the shows in Eu.

Except if you got a subscription fee reduction, that reduced the revenues from your region, you'd get even fewer simulcasts. And then another subscription fee reduction to further reduce the revenues from your region, you'd get even fewer.

Since these are just catalog titles, they've been picked up because they are available fairly cheap. And obviously the deals are intended to be self-funding out of the views that they get.
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I've been meaning to get the blu-ray of this awesome OVA.
Those that haven't watched it, it's a lot grittier than anything Gundam wise.
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Kiune wrote:

US and Canada again, nice one.

We should at least get a subscription fee reduction if we're only getting 60% of the shows in Eu.

Perhaps you can point to which home video distributors in your country have stepped forward to offer shows to Crunchyroll at rates that make economic sense for streaming to your country.

Out of all these catalog titles that have been announced, the only one that isn't already streaming on some other service in the U.S. is Kimi ni Todoke, and I wouldn't be surprised if it popped up at Hulu (like the other NISA titles) soon.

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