More ways to watch Zero Two?!

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  1. Skr

    Skr Ishvalastrator Staff Member

    More ways to watch Zero Two?!

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    So... if you live in North America... and you want to watch ALL of Digimon Adventure Zero Two, then waddle on over to FUNimation's Video Portal. There you can watch all 50 episodes for free in their original, Japanese form with English subtitles.

    Of course, there is still always Crunchyroll, where Zero Two has been streaming for... a year maybe? I dunno, it's been up there for awhile... But you can only watch all 50 episodes on there if you have a CR subscription. Oh! Also on CR, you can purchase episodes for the cheap price of $1.99 an episode. If you purchase an episode, you can download the episode as many times as you like from 5 IPs, and the video comes in the XviD codec, so it can play on everyone's lame players they still use. BUT! You can also download iPod and PSP versions if you are lazy and don't know how to do that yourself. If you feel up for this, you can purchase the episodes here.

    And for all you non-NA folk who constantly go "But it's no avaliable in my country!"... Just be patient, it may be available in time. Not much anyone can do about that besides the companies that license shows in your country and Toei.
  2. Tcatomon

    Tcatomon Boom de yada boom de yada

    So, wait.. you need to pay to go on CR and *then* pay for episodes too? *confused*

    Isn't there an easier way for people on 56K? >>;
  3. digiboy123

    digiboy123 Sub Editor & RAW Scan Provider Purdy Thing

    Old news is old. I reported this weeks ago AND SOMEONE DELETED MY THREAD.

    Yes, you know who you are.

    Anyway, time for some rippin'!
  4. Skr

    Skr Ishvalastrator Staff Member

    No, you can watch the episodes up to like 33 for free, and 'new' episodes are released weekly for free viewing. But if you buy a CR subscription, you can go ahead and watch all of the episodes, instead of just the 33 a free user would be able to see. And the pay to download thing is just another option that you could use if you wanted to save the video to your computer.
  5. Tamsin

    Tamsin New Member

    Non-Americans can watch America-only stuff by using a VPN service, like Hotspot Shield. :)
  6. Splash

    Splash <b>Super Moderator</b><br>♥ TOMATO ♥

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