Viz Media reveals anime streaming service for major game console

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Today Viz Media announced that they will soon be launching a 24-hour anime streaming service for a major game console which has yet to be revealed, though will probably be the 360 or PS3 at this point. The service will be launched this fall under the name Neon Alley and is currently only set to be available to those in United States and Canada.

Neon Valley will air uncut, English dubbed anime with HD presentations to those with TVs capable of handling such broadcasts. A number of English premiers will be occurring as well, with Tiger & Bunny, Inuyasha: The Final Act, Zetman, Lagrange – The Flower of Rin-ne airing for the first time ever on the service. Now the service will unfortunately not be free, as Neon Valley will cost subscribers a monthly fee of $6.99.

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