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access_time October 22, 2013 at 7:26 PM in Culture by Adam Larck

Neon Alley great for anime fans


For many gamers, an interest in anime and gaming often overlap.

NeonAlley-Xbox-BlueExorcist-1However, unless you have cable or use less savvy methods to get it online, it can often be hard to find some to watch. Thankfully, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC users have a good method to watch anime with Neon Alley.

Neon Alley, owned by Viz Media, has plenty of the more mainstream anime on there to watch, such as Bleach, Naruto, One Piece and more. It also has some of the fan-favorite older series as well, like InuYasha and Deathnote, which I’ve been rewatching.

I’ve also finally gotten to see the series Buso Renkin after reading the manga. For those that haven’t read or seen it before, it’s a pretty enjoyable series.

Outside of those, some new series have premiered for the first time in English on the channel, such as K, Zetman, Fate Zero, Accel World, Lagrange Season 2 and Nura Rise of the Yokai Clan. New episodes of Naruto Shippuden can be seen weekly as well.

Besides shows, plenty of full-length movies are shown from time to time, as well as a few live action movies.

New this fall to the channel are four new series:Revolutionary Girl Utena, Gurren Lagann, Madoka Magica and Magi. In addition, Viz has added the option to rewatch any episodes of an anime that have been shown that week to catch up on it.

The fall season began on Oct. 18. A month membership costs $6.99.


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