Marvel’s Avengers Pre-order details and editions

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Final Fantasy VII Remake isn’t the only game that got delayed, Marvel’s Avengers got delayed for improvements, but Square Enix has been cooking up something enticing in order to convince you to buy this game. Released in a tweet, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics shared a quick trailer of the upcoming Marvel’s Avengers game. This game is set to be released in September 4th, 2020 for PS4, XB1, Steam and Stadia. You can now pre-order the game.

Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics has shared some interesting pre-order bonuses for those who wants the game early and want to obtain the hard to reach merch. There are four different editions in which players have the option to choose which ones do they want to get. The four editions are the standard, exclusive digital, deluxe and Earth’s Mightiest Edition.

Standard (PS4/XB1/PC):

  • Full game
  • Marvel Legacy Nameplate
  • early beta access
  • Marvel Legacy Outfit Pack

Pack Content

Exclusive Digital Edition (PS4)

  • Full game
  • Exclusive Ms. Marvel nameplate
  • 1,000 credits for Super Hero customization options

Pack Content

Deluxe Edition (PS4/XB1/PC)

  • full game
  • 72 early access
  • Obsidian Outfit Pack with nameplate and outfits

Pack Content

Earth’s Mightiest Edition (PS4/XB1)

  • full game
  • steelbook case
  • 72 hour early access
  • Deluxe Edition:
    • Obsidian Outfit pack (6 outfits)
    • Obsidian nameplates (6 plates)
  • physical merchandise:
    • Hulk Bobblehead
    • Mjolnir Keychain
    • Black Widow’s Belt Buckle
    • Iron Man’s Prototype Armor Blueprints
    • Kamala Khan’s Honorary Avenger Pin
    • commemorative Avengers group photoPack Content

Do you plan to get this game?

False Advertisement? Funimation sells censored “uncensored” anime Tsugumomo

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If you think Funimation dropping Interspecies Reviewers was an insane move in the anime community, how do you feel about them selling an anime that is supposed to be uncensored but it is actually censored. This news was something I forgot to write about but now that I got the time to write it, I am here to share with you about this recent news.

When it comes to fanservice anime or anime that shows off skin, Funimation is well-known for being uncut and uncensored for certain titles like High School DxD. However, this anime title Tsugumomo didn’t get the same fair treatment. Fans who bought the Blu-ray was in for a surprise when they thought they were getting an uncensored anime according to box cover.

from 2018 Blu-ray set

For Second Time, Funimation Promises “Uncut” Release of Tsugumomo, Delivers Censored Version Instead

from Tsugumomo – The Complete Series – Essentials

a Twitter user shared some clips revealing scenes that were supposed to be uncensored was still censored. Another user in Imgur shared pictures of this anime being uncensored and how it intended to be,

Funimation would later release a statement in regards to this censored news:

Funimation‘s normal process is to utilize uncensored materials when available to produce a home video release. If uncensored materials are not available, we utilize the TV broadcast version. This was the case with the “Tsugumomo The Complete Series” BD/DVD Combo which utilizes a combination of uncensored and TV broadcast materials based on what was available from the licensor during home video production.

In short, if you recently bought the 2020 Essential Blu-ray set and you expected this anime to be faithful as the original Japanese copy, you will be disappointed and you just basically bought the exact same Blu-ray version from 2018. So far, Funimation hasn’t sold an official copy of the anime with uncensored, untouched scenes.

sources:

One Angry Gamer

Bounding Into Comics

Anime News Network

AnimeLab saves Interspecies Reviewers

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Remember the ecchi anime series Interspecies Reviewers that Funimation used to stream? If you didn’t know, Funimation originally promised fans that they would stream the heavy ecchi anime Interspecies Reviewers. However, after three episodes of being released at their website, Funimation would later drop this anime due to the content being “not in the standards”. Which is pretty ironic because Funimation has streamed and release anime that is heavily ecchi such as Prison School, High School DxD and The Testament of Sister New Devil. This news would anger most fans.

However, I found some good and bad news regarding Interspecies Reviewers. If Funimation can’t provide this anime, surely AnimeLab will do what Funimation can’t do. In a tweet, the Australian/New Zealand anime streaming service AnimeLab announced that they would stream Interspecies Reviewers on their platforms. This is good news for fans in the Australian region fans. If you have AnimeLab, you will be able to watch this anime. However, for the bad news, this is only for fans who lives in Australia and New Zealand. Unless if you are willing to move over there or use a VPN, you will miss out. So far, Funimation hasn’t made any announcements on bringing this anime back to their service. In addition, there hasn’t been any company that are willing to pick this title.

source:

One Angry Gamer