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- Netherworld Nobility
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keiichimorisato wrote:i wish they had found good american actors and bubbled this instead of being cheap. i know the real reason is because of people hating american voice acting and i say shove off i don't care what you think i love the japanese voices but i always wondered what it would sound like if they got good american voice acting. i was hopping to be able to pay more attention as to what was going on screen than having to read subtitles my next play through. oh well ill still try to buy it even though i won't be fully satisfied with the product.
Um, it costs $10,000+ per episode to dub an anime. I highly doubt your reasoning is why NISA hasn't dubbed a series. It's because it costs a buttload and they want to stay in business.
- Geo Master
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Quick question. Does NISA do anything special during the holiday shopping season? Like if you buy a series bundle its five dollars cheaper or something. I ask because I heard they bundled Toradora 1 standard and 2 premium last year(?) so I've kind of waited since its a little over 165 for the whole Kimi ni Todoke series. Its not that I'm cheap its that ten Nisa titles, the three Madoka Magica LEs and a few Bandai special editions have kind of killed this years anime budget.
I'll be the first to admit I love traps & reverse traps.
The aforementioned Toradora bundle was a RightStuf holiday sales deal. You might see one for Kimi ni Todoke in this year's sales from them, but there's no guarantee of that. I don't know if NISA runs holiday sales with their own store, however.
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