Similar to the No Game No Life news, looks like Amazon is going to change the way you read these light novels. News site One Angry Gamer wrote in an article that the shopping site Amazon is removing electronic light novels from J-Novel Club. According to the website, they found a tweet made by J-Novel Club that certain light novels will no longer be available for Kindle. Here are the titles that are being removed from Kindle:
- Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash
- The Greatest Magicmaster’s Retirement Plan
- I Shall Survive Using Potions
- How Not to Summon a Demon Lord and
- Clockwork Planet
J-Novel Club is a digital publishing company that specializes on publication of Japanese Light Novels. This is the company that are able to release these books as ebooks. However, despite affecting Kindle, these books can still be purchased through other digital sites like Nook, iTunes, GooglePlay and others mentioned in the following tweet. If Kindle is not your favorite source of reading ebooks, try using these other methods.
One Angry Gamer
Kingdom Hearts III is getting close and we are less than 2 weeks away from the official release. With the game coming out, get ready to determine where to pre-order the game. Depending where you pre-order, players will be given some exclusive DLC weapons to help players start off the adventure.
If you pre-order any of Kingdom Hearts III for PS4 or Xbox One from Amazon, players will be given the Dawn to Dusk keyblade. The Dawn to Dusk keyblade is a keyblade that increase the fire magic powers and will instantly give players the Firagan situation command.
If you own a PS4 and you plan to pre-order through the Playstation Store, you can get your hands on this blue keyblade called the Midnight Blue. Almost like Dawn to Dusk, this has some powerful magic attacks that is specifically made for blizzard attacks and even triggers the command attack Blizzagan.
Xbox users who pre-orders this game through their store will be given the Phantom Green keyblade. Just like the previous two, this one is focused on thunder based attacks and can perform the Thundagan.
So what you guys think about the keyblades DLC? If you are planing to get this game, which retail are you going to get?
With only a month or two left until Kingdom Hearts III is release, Square Enix still have plans up their sleeves for pre-order bonuses. If you want to get Kingdom Hearts III and get more incentive for your order, Amazon has you cover. It’s been announced that players who pre-order any version of Kingdom Hearts III, this means standard or deluxe, from Amazon will receive
a free DLC in which players will be able to use the the keyblade Dawn Till Dusk.
This is not the only DLC exclusive for this game. Players can receive the Starlight Keyblade by playing the classic minigames in the app game Kingdom Hearts Union Cross. The Starlight Keyblade is a default keyblade where players first use as a weapon.
In my opinion on the Amazon pre-order, you are better off pre-ordering the game from GameStop. GameStop will give players a poster instead of DLC. What’s your opinion about the news? Do you plan to pre-order this game from Amazon?
Remember the news of Amazon getting rid of the anime streaming service Anime Strike? Well, Amazon is back again but this time, they are targeting Pokemon.
According to IGN, Amazon announced that Amazon Prime members will be able to stream and watch their favorite episode/seasons of the anime Pokemon. The new service is called Pokemon Channel and the service will also include TV seasons, specials like Pokemon: Origins and movies. According to Amazon, the movies will be rotated “regularly” which means that the movies they stream will be changed periodically. Here is what is being streamed currently:
- Pokemon: The Movie 2000
- Pokemon 3: The Movie
- Pokemon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew
- Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea
- Seasons 2-5
- Seasons 10-16
However, there is a catch to this service. In order to use Pokemon Channel, you have to be a Prime member AND you have to pay $3 (USD) a month. If you are curious about this, they are offering a seven day trial to Pokemon Channel.
Are you going to try Pokemon Channel?
Good news have been spreading all over online and it involves Amazon and anime fans.
It’s been mentioned by Lauren Orsini at Forbes and Crunchyroll that Amazon officially removed Anime Strike and gave Prime users the ability to stream free anime.
To those who don’t know Amine Strike, Anime Strike is an exclusive streaming site used only for Amazon Prime users. Fans not only had to pay for a Prime Subscription but they also had to pay $5 a month to use Anime Strike. If people were willing to pay both subscriptions, fans would be able to stream free anime and exclusive Amazon anime online and offline.
Now with this news, if you have Prime, go and stream free anime!
I want to thank Alyssa from Twitter and MDMRN for the latest scoop! Thanks to them, I also got the news.
With the recent trailer released from Viz Media, Viz Media and Eleven Arts will be hosting the premiere screening of the movie Sailor Moon R: The Movie on January 13th, at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. A Q&A panel will be hosted along with the staff and English Dub actors. The screening will be expanded all the way to Jan 20. The movie will be screen in 300 select theaters all the way to January 19th.
The Los Angeles premiere will be showing the “Make Up! Sailor Guardians” (Make-Up! Sailor Senshi) anime short with the movie and fans will be receiving gifts to those who attend to the film. The movie will also be available for English Dub and Sub fans.
Amazon recently announced that they are launching an anime streaming service called the Anime Strike. Amazon Prime members will be able to watch 1,000 television anime series and films in this service. The service is $4.99 per month and there is also a 7-free day trial for those who want to try before paying. The anime shown will also include English Dub and Sub for titles. Amazon holds the license Chi’s Sweet Adventure, Onihei, The Great Passage, ViVid Strike!, Shin-chan Spin-off vol.1 Aliens vs. Shinnosuke, and Scum’s Wish.
The program will also be streaming Blue Exorcist – Kyoto Saga –. It will also include older anime like Death Note, Btooom!, Akame ga KILL!, Akira, and Paprika.
Here is a quote by the Vice-President Michael Paull (VP digital video and head of Amazon Channels ):
“With anime in particular, there’s a strong, passionate audience that is underserved by traditional pay TV”