DVD Review: Oreimo – Season 2

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The first season of Oreimo offered a ‘unique’ topic and plenty of heart-warming-surprises so with this being said what did MVM Entertainment’s second outing of the franchise have to offer? Quite a lot actually and it’s just as much fun as the first season. Find out more in our DVD review of Oreimo – Season 2.

Synopsis:

Kyousuke brings Kirino home from America where she attended a special track and field camp. Surrounded by her friends, Kirino gradually gets her life back to normal.

In stark contrast to her friends is Kyousuke, who is unhappy with Kirino’s attitude towards him. She has been ignoring him since she came home, as if their relationship had gone back to how it had been a year earlier. But then Kirino does something for Kyousuke… Read more of this post

UK Release of Oreimo – Season 2 & Sasami-San@Ganbaranai Delayed Until Mid February 2016

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Updated listings on MVM’s own online store, otherwise known as Anime-On-Line, have revealed that Season 2 of Oreimo and the complete series collection of Sasami-San@Ganbaranai have been delayed until Mid-February 2016.

Oreimo – Season 2 was previously scheduled for release on Monday, 1st February 2016, where as Sasami-San@Ganbaranai was scheduled for release the following Monday, 8th February 2016; both of which will now be released on the 15th February 2016. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Oreimo – Season 1

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We visit the unknown to explore what the first season of Oreimo, otherwise known as My Little Sister Can’t Be This Cute, has to offer and surpisingly enough it is exceedingly good; so is this DVD release of a potentially questionable series worth owning? Find out in our review.

Synopsis:

For the past seven years, Kyousuke Kousaka’s relationship with his younger sister Kirino has been nothing but cold. It’s gotten the the point where the only talking the siblings do is to exchange greetings with each other. But one day, Kyousuke finds a moe anime DVD lying in the entrance hall of his house. His interest piqued, Kyousuke looks for the owner – only to discover it belongs to his very own sister Kirino. Shocked as Kyousuke was, this is just the beginning of the surprises that lie ahead…

In addition to being smart, pretty, and popular, Kirino Kousaka is also an obsessive consumer of anime and eroge. After Kyousuke promies not to mock her and keep this concealed from their parents, she starts to share a bit of her world with him. Kirino faces several problems as she tries to keep up appearances and balance her exemplary school life with her hobbies. Her brother becomes a crucial ally while dealing with all the difficulties that lie ahead. Read more of this post

Several MVM Titles Delayed; Meanwhile Newly Announced Titles Receive Release Dates

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Those looking forward to a selection of Anime DVD’s and Blu-ray’s being released by MVM Entertainment next month are going to be disappointed; as a wide selection of titles have received some delays according to their online store Anime-On-Line. Read more of this post

Viewster Expands Anime Content with Bakemonogatari, Nisemonogatari, Oreimo and Much More

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If you’ve been looking for some ‘free’ legal anime then Viewster is probably worth checking out, as in the past few weeks the US Based streaming site have begun to show a variety of anime titles including the ever popular Monogatari franchise (Bakemonogatari and Nisemonogatari) and the comical Oreimo.

This is ‘in addition’ to the limited anime content that they had previously, such as Dance in the Vampire Bund, Strike Witches Season 2 and Ouran Highschool Host Club. All of the Anime is available in Japanese with English subtitles, or in English (where available), but more importantly they are free to watch and do not requrie a subscription (although adverts do appear at regular intervals).

As it currently stands Viewstar has sixteen different anime titles to stream from, with more being added in the coming weeks; so if you are looking for English Dubbed anime then viewster is definately worth checking out. Alternatively if you are looking for ‘new’ anime then their are also a variety of other services to choose from, such as Animax UK, Crunchyroll and Wakanim.