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Very seriously considering cancelling my crunchyroll subscription. Why even bother if they aren't going to get sequels like this?
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I think it's becoming more clear that animes that find themselves on anime strike suffer. Like they don't get the buzz they would generate if they were on CR.
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hyde90 wrote:

I think it's becoming more clear that animes that find themselves on anime strike suffer. Like they don't get the buzz they would generate if they were on CR.


Not sure that's true, not as much buzz on crunchyroll forums certainly but they still seem to do well enough outside of here.
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Very seriously considering cancelling my crunchyroll subscription. Why even bother if they aren't going to get sequels like this?

Frankly, this was expected since Sentai had the license to the first series. It was more of a surprise that CR was able to obtain Food Wars 3, since the two prior had also been Sentai licenses. They win some, they lose some.

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CelestialPaladin wrote:



Very seriously considering cancelling my crunchyroll subscription. Why even bother if they aren't going to get sequels like this?

Frankly, this was expected since Sentai had the license to the first series. It was more of a surprise that CR was able to obtain Food Wars 3, since the two prior had also been Sentai licenses. They win some, they lose some.



but to be fair crunchyroll licence food wars before sentai cuz sentai licence it from cr so that how they can keep getting it
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but to be fair crunchyroll licence food wars before sentai cuz sentai licence it from cr so that how they can keep getting it

Time of announcement doesn't always equal time of licensing, but at least for the second series, Sentai announced first:

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2016-06-29/sentai-filmworks-licenses-food-wars-the-second-plate-anime/.103764
June 29 at 3:36 pm EDT

(and ANN reporting on something is normally delayed from when Sentai itself announced it).

http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2016/06/29/crunchyroll-adds-food-wars-the-second-plate-to-summer-anime-lineup
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So I was looking at Sentaifilmworks website and I saw that the website directly promoted an anime streaming service called HiDive. It's still in Beta but I was wondering, since it's directly connected to sentai, would this be a way to get around the God-awful, season ruining, Anime Strike?

I tried to snoop around for some more information, but as I said, it's fresh on the web. And while they have a decent library set up already (dub and sub), there wasn't really much information on simulcasts even though they advertise that they will be simulcasting for the upcoming fall season.

So my main question is basically, is HiDive a better option for watching Sentai material or not really?
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Buraianto11s wrote:

So I was looking at Sentaifilmworks website and I saw that the website directly promoted an anime streaming service called HiDive. It's still in Beta but I was wondering, since it's directly connected to sentai, would this be a way to get around the God-awful, season ruining, Anime Strike?

I tried to snoop around for some more information, but as I said, it's fresh on the web. And while they have a decent library set up already (dub and sub), there wasn't really much information on simulcasts even though they advertise that they will be simulcasting for the upcoming fall season.

So my main question is basically, is HiDive a better option for watching Sentai material or not really?


Anything that is Strike exclusive is just that. Strike exclusive.
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@Buraianto11s I've been subscribed to HiDive for two months. Here's a thread about the service: http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-993497/hidive-new-anime-streaming-site?pg=2


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Buraianto11s wrote:

So I was looking at Sentaifilmworks website and I saw that the website directly promoted an anime streaming service called HiDive. It's still in Beta but I was wondering, since it's directly connected to sentai, would this be a way to get around the God-awful, season ruining, Anime Strike?

I tried to snoop around for some more information, but as I said, it's fresh on the web. And while they have a decent library set up already (dub and sub), there wasn't really much information on simulcasts even though they advertise that they will be simulcasting for the upcoming fall season.

So my main question is basically, is HiDive a better option for watching Sentai material or not really?


Anything that is Strike exclusive is just that. Strike exclusive.


Strike exclusive in the USA, and Amazon Prime Video exclusive in Canada. HiDive gets the "leftovers," both in terms of North America simulcasts and in terms of regions secured by Sentai for big shows. Here's a breakdown of what streamed on which platforms in which territories this summer: https://myanimelist.net/news/51331460


HIDIVE

Action Heroine Cheer Fruits (exclusive)
Territories: North America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Latin America
Streaming Dates: Saturdays, starting on July 8 at 13:00 UTC.

Battle Girl High School (exclusive)
Territories: North America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, Netherlands, and Scandinavia.
Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 2 at 16:30 UTC.


Hitorijime My Hero
Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Oceania, and Latin America.
Streaming Dates: Saturdays, starting on July 8 at 15:00 UTC.

Koi to Uso (Love and Lies)
Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, Netherlands, and Scandinavia.
Streaming Dates: Mondays, starting on July 3 at 16:00 UTC.

Made in Abyss
Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Latin America.

Streaming Dates: Fridays, starting on July 7 at 14:00 UTC.

Princess Principal
Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, Turkey, and North Africa.

Streaming Dates: Sundays, starting on July 9 at at 14:30 UTC.


Vatican Kiseki Chousakan (Vatican Miracle Examiner)
Territories: United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Latin America.
Streaming Dates: Fridays, starting on July 7 at 15:00 UTC.


(Everything after the first two would be green, but I really wanted to highlight MiA and PrinPrin)

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Also the new CR-backed Kino and Magus of course.
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I'm just hoping we get some of the originals - Garo, Just Becasue, Two Car...
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taesdaes wrote:

Anything that is Strike exclusive is just that. Strike exclusive.

Correct, but requiring clarification.

For Sentai titles, it means those titles are exclusive only where Strike exists, which is the US.

For titles licensed directly by Amazon (such as the noitaminA and now Animism shows), Amazon typically has much broader rights (possibly worldwide). Those titles are the ones that will show up on Amazon Prime Video for other countries.
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