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NIS America Solicits First Titles

First two premium releases set

By Chris Beveridge     March 19, 2010

Details are slim but the first two titles from NIS America's new anime side now have dates according to Right Stuf where they're newly listed. The company is starting its launch with a pair of premium edition releases for Toradora! and Persona ~Trinity Soul~ for July 6th, which means they should have some items on hand for Anime Expo this year which is definitely the way to make a first impression. No word yet on what these premium edition releases have over a regular edition, or what eventual regular edition pricing may be if there is a regular edition in the works.

Cover Art Title Release Date Runtime Price Studio Format
Persona -Trinity Soul- Box Set 1 Premium Edition 07-06-2010 328 mins $59.99 NIS America
Toradora! Box Set 1 Premium Edition 07-06-2010 325 mins $59.99 NIS America


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janai 3/19/2010 9:31:07 AM

Marking my calendar now!

METR0lD 3/19/2010 11:48:37 AM

Hopefully "premium edition" means "dub". Though they already said there won't be any dubs, so it's just wishful thinking.

LelouchLamperouge 3/19/2010 1:13:59 PM

Metr0id - It's already listed at RightStuf as sub-only.

Not that it bothers me. Already preordered and gladly so.

reionpremente 3/20/2010 8:33:14 PM

I wonder what makes them so much better?  This is a little pricy for me.  I like NIS fine, but this is ridiculous... especially if they're only limiting themselves to a few vendors.  

jaguar525i 3/20/2010 9:59:56 PM

I wish they would've went with a Dub.  Looks like another title I won't be buying.

trunksgotenfuse 3/22/2010 7:22:34 AM

@ jag - Same here, I am done buying any anime without a dub. Not to mention the set price on these is quite steep compared to other sub only sets out there. All we need is another sub-only company charging us for something that most people get for free online. Very sad. I cannot understand why companies think we should spend as much or more than a high-budget hollywood film on a sub-anime dvd. At least with a dub I feel like I am paying for some level of effort.

B.K. 3/22/2010 9:59:41 PM

Considering how horrible their game localizations are, people should probably stick to fansubs for these two series.



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