Posted in: News, Regular TV Episodes and Video On Demand by Iman Peera on March 18, 2008

For Japanese citizens, Dot-Anime (.ANIME) is one of the country’s largest anime sites that provides viewers with over 4000 full anime episodes to stream with a click of a mouse. However on the US version of the site, not even one episode has been made available.

That is, until now…

Dot-Anime, which is operated by Bandai Visual USA, announced that they have just added a new streaming video service that will allow users a legal way to view translated versions of full anime episodes. Some may even premiere a month before the official American release.


Available Series:

These are the series that have been announced to show for free on the site. No doubt hundreds are to follow this year. Keep in mind that once an episode premieres it will only be available for viewing for 3 months before it gets taken off.

  • HARUKA (First Episode Available Now!)
  • Shiofumi
  • True Tears
  • Sola

System Requirements

In order to view the episodes your PC (sorry Mac users) must have Windows XP OS (or higher), Internet Explorer 6+, and Windows Media Player 10+. As you can tell, windows users shouldn’t have a problem. Hopefully, there will soon be compatibility with those using Firefox and/or Macs.

[Dot-Anime’s Streaming Section]

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