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Post Reply New Winter 2016 Titles: Ristorante Paradiso, Sweet Blue Flowers, Divine Gate, Luck & Logic, KONOSUBA
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Wow, nice! Iberia getting some love!
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I'll never understand the complaining about having both subscriptions, that's like paying 110$ for the whole year I believe. You have to be below the poverty line to not afford that. I worked at good ole burger king awhile back and could easily afford a 60$ game lulz.

I do feel for other countries that doesn't get most of the American titles so I'm pretty happy they have access to Divine gate and whatnot, so I never complain if CR can't provide an anime in the States once in awhile, others have it way worse each new season of anime.
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The fact is that FUNimation keep blocking all their tittles for Latin America, and for some stupid reason they dont let even Daisuki stream for us this season... We in Latin America are in a good position in the licenses right now, we´ve got almost all CR and Daisuki simulcasts in the last two seasons. But we wont cry and complain when CR licenses an anime only for Europe or Middle East, bc we know its bc of FUNi... And american keep coming here, being arrogant and selfish, when u guys there can watch any anime with CR+FUNi, and both services offer a free option..... Im glad that Anime Network is now avaliable here, but it wont worth it. I mean, Why would I pay for watch only 3 series avaliable here? Sentai is saying fuck for us....
I can understand if FUNi choose to not sub animes in portuguese or spanish, but I cant understand why we dont even have acess for their shows... Its frustrant... That's the reason why I said that about americans....


Are you sure they have Latin American rights to these shows? It sounds like a dumb question, but they don't always have UK rights to shows, so it's possible they might not have Latin American rights and that's why they aren't on Daisuki. Especially seeing as it's normally the other way round and it's Europe that doesn't get Funimation shows on Daisuki.
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Are you sure they have Latin American rights to these shows? It sounds like a dumb question, but they don't always have UK rights to shows, so it's possible they might not have Latin American rights and that's why they aren't on Daisuki. Especially seeing as it's normally the other way round and it's Europe that doesn't get Funimation shows on Daisuki.


Usually they have. When Gundam.info shared the details on the streaming for Iron Blooded Orphans here http://en.gundam.info/topics/white/49348?region=all&cat&bigcat, Funamition has it for America / Canada / Central and South America, but just streams it on North America. The same happened with Ninja Slayer, where the official japanese website listed most of countries in Latin America, but then Funimation licensed and we never saw it.
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Usually they have. When Gundam.info shared the details on the streaming for Iron Blooded Orphans here http://en.gundam.info/topics/white/49348?region=all&cat&bigcat, Funamition has it for America / Canada / Central and South America, but just streams it on North America. The same happened with Ninja Slayer, where the official japanese website listed most of countries in Latin America, but then Funimation licensed and we never saw it.


Just because they normally do doesn't mean they always will. It's not unreasonable to assume they do, but the fact they aren't on Daisuki whereas they normally are, suggests that they don't have Latin American rights.
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Fumi Manjoume enters Kamakura's accelerated high school - Matsuoka All-Girls High School. While waiting at the Kamakura station on the day of her entrance ceremony, she runs into an old childhood friend whom she had not seen in 10 years: Akira Okudaira. As their friendship is rekindled and they start falling back into the rhythm of friends again, it starts a delicate love story...


Would you be able to check into UK availability for Sweet Blue Flowers? know that this, and one or two other Nozomi titles are available on some digital platforms over here, but not physically. So there's a chance that they have UK distribution rights,m or know who does.
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Fumi Manjoume enters Kamakura's accelerated high school - Matsuoka All-Girls High School. While waiting at the Kamakura station on the day of her entrance ceremony, she runs into an old childhood friend whom she had not seen in 10 years: Akira Okudaira. As their friendship is rekindled and they start falling back into the rhythm of friends again, it starts a delicate love story...


Would you be able to check into UK availability for Sweet Blue Flowers? know that this, and one or two other Nozomi titles are available on some digital platforms over here, but not physically. So there's a chance that they have UK distribution rights,m or know who does.

belongs to nozomi entertainment, this company is activated only uses USA and Canada. so the Anime station not available in other regions like UK, Latin America and Brazil.
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I've already watched the 1st eps of Divine Gate, Luck & Logic and KONOSUBA -God's blessing on this wonderful world! on another site.

If they are supposed to be simulcasts, why are they already on other sites but not yet available on CR?
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Not anymore, someone recommended me Daisuki. Which you can watch anime (such as the ones announced for Spain only) for free in 1080p and legally, apparently. Still sucks that Crunchyroll can't get these into America. Sometimes I want to watch anime on my phone, then continue it on my console or PC. I'm also paying for a subscription for a reason, I expect to get what I pay for.

Are you on iOS/iPhone? Daisuki has an iPhone app and it's good! Not sure if it works on AppleTV too or not as I don't have one. Might be another option. I often watch Gundam on my iPhone, works great!

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I've already watched the 1st eps of Divine Gate, Luck & Logic and KONOSUBA -God's blessing on this wonderful world! on another site.

If they are supposed to be simulcasts, why are they already on other sites but not yet available on CR?

Luck & Logic and Divine Gate air on Funimation for the US. Konosuba is here on Crunchyroll however for some reason episode 1 never aired on Monday???? Strange.
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Yep, Im completly sure that they have all licenses for Latin America... You can even ask them... lol
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Yep, Im completly sure that they have all licenses for Latin America... You can even ask them... lol


Just seems weird that they wouldn't put them on Daisuki like they have in previous seasons, but they would put the European countries they have rights for on Daisuki, when they haven't in previous seasons. And I doubt Funi's arrival in the UK market has anything to do with it, since they're only undermining their own service...
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supster131 wrote:
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Not anymore, someone recommended me Daisuki. Which you can watch anime (such as the ones announced for Spain only) for free in 1080p and legally, apparently. Still sucks that Crunchyroll can't get these into America. Sometimes I want to watch anime on my phone, then continue it on my console or PC. I'm also paying for a subscription for a reason, I expect to get what I pay for.

Are you on iOS/iPhone? Daisuki has an iPhone app and it's good! Not sure if it works on AppleTV too or not as I don't have one. Might be another option. I often watch Gundam on my iPhone, works great!


And if you're using Android, fear not. It's also available
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hpulley wrote:


supster131 wrote:
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Not anymore, someone recommended me Daisuki. Which you can watch anime (such as the ones announced for Spain only) for free in 1080p and legally, apparently. Still sucks that Crunchyroll can't get these into America. Sometimes I want to watch anime on my phone, then continue it on my console or PC. I'm also paying for a subscription for a reason, I expect to get what I pay for.

Are you on iOS/iPhone? Daisuki has an iPhone app and it's good! Not sure if it works on AppleTV too or not as I don't have one. Might be another option. I often watch Gundam on my iPhone, works great!


And if you're using Android, fear not. It's also available

Yes. Pretty much everything is on Android and iOs.

Not yet on TVs, Gaming consoles or handhelds unfortunately unless something popped up recently.
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we've got some awesome news for our members in Spain and Portugal.


And not the rest of the world? Terrible news. Was excited to watch these legally on Crunchyroll. At least try to get the licenses to air them in America as well.


They would if they could. Daisuki is able to stream some FUNimation series because of how that site operates. FUNimation-kun doesn't like to share with Crunchyroll-hime and that means a gap.


That isn't really fair for the consumers. Having to pay for two subscriptions on two different sites just to watch some anime? We aren't made out of money (especially if you're still in high school). One subscription is difficult enough to pay for.


Look, both Funimation and Crunchyroll are completely separate businesses. They are in this to bring everyone anime, but also to make money. These people who work around the clock to bring you content aren't volunteers. You can get two different subscriptions if those series are important to you, but if you don't want to pay for them, then don't. There is nothing that Crunchyroll can do for you. Stop acting like a child, and stop bringing these irrelevant complaints to announcement forums. Good day to you.
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supster131 wrote:


pistolsaf wrote:


supster131 wrote:


lugiamania wrote:

we've got some awesome news for our members in Spain and Portugal.


And not the rest of the world? Terrible news. Was excited to watch these legally on Crunchyroll. At least try to get the licenses to air them in America as well.


They would if they could. Daisuki is able to stream some FUNimation series because of how that site operates. FUNimation-kun doesn't like to share with Crunchyroll-hime and that means a gap.


That isn't really fair for the consumers. Having to pay for two subscriptions on two different sites just to watch some anime? We aren't made out of money (especially if you're still in high school). One subscription is difficult enough to pay for.


Look, both Funimation and Crunchyroll are completely separate businesses. They are in this to bring everyone anime, but also to make money. These people who work around the clock to bring you content aren't volunteers. You can get two different subscriptions if those series are important to you, but if you don't want to pay for them, then don't. There is nothing that Crunchyroll can do for you. Stop acting like a child, and stop bringing these irrelevant complaints to announcement forums. Good day to you.


Talk about being rude. It's also not irrelevant if almost all the posts on this thread are about animes not being available in certain regions. Also, I mean, Crunchyroll CAN do stuff for us, just depends how much they're willing to go for it.
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