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Win Ghost in the Shell ARISE on Blu-ray
Sekai Project launch Grisaia Trilogy visual novel Kickstarter campaign

Sekai Project launch Grisaia Trilogy visual novel Kickstarter campaign
Funding English language release of VN trilogy
Animax UK launch Xmas Holiday Pass offer

Animax UK launch Xmas Holiday Pass offer
50% off a subscription for two months
Steins;Gate visual novel coming to PS3 and PS Vita for Europe and North America in 2015
UK Anime Network Reader's Choice Award 2014 voting opens

UK Anime Network Reader's Choice Award 2014 voting opens
Vote for your favourite UK release of the year!
New Releases - December 15th 2014

New Releases - December 15th 2014
Patema Inverted, Kabukimonogatari, Watamote and more
Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme Announces Full 2015 Line-up

Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme Announces Full 2015 Line-up
Wood Job, The Light Shines Only There among highlights
A Tale of Samurai Cooking - A True Love Story In UK Cinemas From Today

A Tale of Samurai Cooking - A True Love Story In UK Cinemas From Today
Opens at Curzon Mayfair from 12th December 2014
Guilty Gear Xrd Special Offer from Rice Digital

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha - 1st movie release has English subtitles


Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha - 1st movie release has English subtitles

Posted 13/09/2010


In keeping with the recent trend of Japanese DVD and Blu-Ray releases that also feature English subtitles, the official web site for Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha has confirmed that the first feature-length movie's Blu-Ray and DVD releases will both contain English subtitles alongside Japanese audio and subtitle tracks.

The magical girl film, which is based on the first season of the Nanoha TV anime series with some new animation is due to be released on both formats in Japan on November 26th, and as you'd expect prices are steep as ever, with the Blu-Ray costing around £68 for the Limited Edition and £53 for the standard release, while even the standard edition DVD will set you back around £45 before you consider tax and import costs.

There's no news on the expected region setting of the film's Blu-Ray release, although it seems safe to assume the DVD will be Region 2.

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