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MangaGamer partners with J-List for hardcopy distribution

July 20th, 2011, by zalas
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Bishoujo game localization company MangaGamer and online retailer J-List have announced a deal whereby J-List becomes the primary North American distributor for MangaGamer’s hardcopy titles Da Capo II LE, Guilty ~The SiN~, Higurashi When They Cry, Higurashi When They Cry Kai and Kira Kira (all ages version). J-List will also work with MangaGamer on bringing out future package titles. Primary distribution rights to the first Da Capo LE still resides with Hendane!, which has slashed prices on the game and has had the other MangaGamer marked as “out of stock” since Anime Expo. MangaGamer’s hardcopy games will also be available for purchase at Otakon, and they will soon be on their European store as well. Currently, only Da Capo LE and Da Capo II LE are available. The European store will also ship outside of Europe for a fee.


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  1. ReMeDy Says:
    July 21st, 2011 at 12:28 pm

    Why dont we just ditch the tidbits section and make it all news, like this, so people can comment on it? For some reason, all the news I want to comment on is a tidbit and all the news I don’t care about is news like this.

    It’s fantastic news J-List is doing this, but what makes this more important over a tidbit? If you ask me, “JAST USA details release plans for Nitro+ titles” sounds a lot more appetizing.

  2. Message Says:
    July 21st, 2011 at 8:51 pm

    News usually becomes a tidbit when it’s either very unsubstantial (a translation project announcement does not guarantee a patch release, for example), or a continuation of a topic that has been written about more often (Nitro+ titles in this case). JList picking up MangaGamer hardcopies is news in the sense that it’s actually new. JAST USA talking about Nitro+ translations was already reported in detail in the AX news post.

  3. boingman Says:
    July 26th, 2011 at 3:57 pm

    There aren’t that many news anyways. I second Remedy’s suggestion to simply make them all news, so that ppl can comment.

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    August 20th, 2014 at 1:51 am

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    September 29th, 2014 at 5:01 am

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