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Posted 10/14/15

TheFireLion wrote:

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Aniplex not licensed for Europe, Europe in general has never had a Anime of them, only for US and South America

For something called "Aniplex of America"


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They are subsidiaries of Japan and Aniplex are they who decide what license and territories They never liked Europe


Español:
Aniplex NO licencia en Europa, Europa en general nunca ha tenido un anime de ellos, solo para Estados Unidos y América del sur

Por algo se llaman "Aniplex de América"


Español:
Ellos son subsidiarios de Aniplex Japón y son ellos son quienes deciden qué territorios licenciar y a ellos nunca les ha gustado Europa


WOW Criticas ortográficas Gracias por por ello. mi ingles es basico olvide ponerlo ! gracias.
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Posted 10/14/15 , edited 10/16/15
¿Why we pay more for less anime? ¿Why you can't sell the service cheaper? That's not equitative the spanish users pay the same or more than another countries if them has more anime.
Posted 10/14/15
I think we deserve much better. We don't even have the website fully translated in Spanish, which is not an issue for me because I understand English, but I think it's pretty disgusting, since some of us pay for the service
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Posted 10/14/15

xBuneZ wrote:

I think we deserve much better. We don't even have the website fully translated in Spanish, which is not an issue for me because I understand English, but I think it's pretty disgusting, since some of us pay for the service


Which parts are not in Spanish?
Posted 10/15/15

shinryou wrote:


xBuneZ wrote:

I think we deserve much better. We don't even have the website fully translated in Spanish, which is not an issue for me because I understand English, but I think it's pretty disgusting, since some of us pay for the service


Which parts are not in Spanish?


Maybe he is talking about the manga section, which only appears when changing the language to English, apps whose all content appear in English (Xbox one) or pages in tech support that are only in English.
Posted 10/15/15 , edited 10/15/15
Some parts like the anime synopsis, some advertisements, some widgets, some settings...





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Posted 10/15/15
Episode descriptions are usually added manually within a week of the episode airing.
Posted 10/15/15
So? This looks unprofessional as frick
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Posted 10/16/15
We are officially ignored?
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Posted 10/16/15

tigrecill0 wrote:

We are officially ignored?


I know it's a subtle difference, but I don't think it's a genuine "ignore" (no response at all, because responding admits that they are aware of it). That seems to happen when they have no plans to fix something and hope people won't realize that. To me, this suggests that they know that something is a big problem and there's no justification for not responding.

They have responded to this, but it sounds like they have no plans to fix the primary issues that have been brought up. That seems to happen when they think they can justify not doing anything about the primary issues.

In a strange way, "responding but not doing anything" (which is what is happening here) is a more positive result, because it means they'll at least fix other minor issues (if it doesn't take much effort or money). But it's also a more negative result, because it means there's probably no hope that they will do anything about the primary issues, at least not for a long time.
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Posted 10/17/15 , edited 10/17/15

tigrecill0 wrote:

We are officially ignored?


I have replied to most of the questions?

As for your question about subscription prices:

The price for the basic subscription in Euros is about 20% cheaper than in the US (also due to changes in the exchange rate). The prices are not linked to the availability of content. For example the prices in the US were on the same level even when the US had a smaller amount of shows in the beginning.
Basically, the subscription effectively becomes cheaper as the catalog for each region grows - it is not linked to the amount of simulcast shows ongoing in a particular regions.
Posted 10/21/15
I'm really sorry but this are my last hours of being a premium user with Crunchyroll, with so few full time animes added each season, new services opening with better catalog what it's offering Crunchyroll would not even be worth 1€ a month, right now in its autumn catalog I'm only interested in Fairy Tail and I already have it on Netflix since yesterday.
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