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According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries included are: U.S.A.*, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

*Clarification: While the English translation of the countries listed in the official Facebook page begins with "North America, Canada[...]", the Japanese release begins with "America, Canada[...]".

Source: Oricon, ANN
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According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: North America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


North America is not a country
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That is some good news.
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No South Africa, sigh. Guess I'm stuck with fansubs.
 
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id love to see it in the cinimas here but x.x none that do animu for 500 miles but im glad to see berserk getting around more its one of the best series out there

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Sounds good, hopefully it isn't edited or anything
 
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No Hungary. Well, at least Austria is a neighbouring country...
 
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Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


America isn't a country.
 
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Confucius said:
Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: North America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


North America is not a country


Yeah I lol'ed. They may be called American, but ''America'' doesn't exist in the first place xD
 
Apr 10, 2012 7:36 PM
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Why do you list 49 counties but say it has been licensed for release in only 16? Also, why do you list Canada twice? Once in America, and again as Canada. Are they just that special?
 
Apr 10, 2012 7:53 PM

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Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


America isn't a country.

Indeed.
 
Apr 10, 2012 8:24 PM

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Well, I'm happy that the movies are going to go pass the anime, but I'd be a little more excited if only it wasn't mostly animated in 3d... It's a shame too because the 2d parts look amazing. But whatever, Viz is bringing to North America and I'll definitely pick up the dvd or blu ray so what evs.
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Apr 10, 2012 8:34 PM

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Wow, 16 countries?
 
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Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


Will you guys give Redfoxoffire a break? Read the source. it reads |Clarification: While the English translation of the countries listed in the official Facebook page begins with "North America, Canada[...]", the Japanese release begins with "America, Canada[...]".| in the source. ANN decided to invent a new country named America and at the same time, decided that Canada doesn't belong in North America. More like respecting the mistakes made in the FB official page. Dare I say, we know how good Japan is with its English.

I lol'ed at this though: "The countries include:", but that's another matter.

 
Apr 10, 2012 11:08 PM
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Mon_Diamond said:
-Yumaol- said:
Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


America isn't a country.

Indeed.


Short for United States of America. Smartass
 
Apr 10, 2012 11:28 PM
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Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.
Really!? Awesome, the only thing we ever got here that I know of (besides kids shows like Pokémon) was Evangelion 1.0. And they never bothered with giving us the sequel... So I guess I'm damn happy with the news.
 
Apr 11, 2012 12:18 AM

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does anyone know where the 3rd movie is going to end? IM on the 35 vol of the series, the anime only went to the 15 or 16 vol i think
 
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does anyone know where the 3rd movie is going to end? IM on the 35 vol of the series, the anime only went to the 15 or 16 vol i think

The 3rd movie is supposed to end the Golden Age arc, and lead to the start of the Eclipse arc, which is also where the anime ended at. The Berserk film project is supposed to be lasting over a decade though, so hopefully they'll be able to catch up to a fairly recent chapter.
 
Apr 11, 2012 2:23 AM

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Germany, UK and Russia are getting these films but not Lithuania. Oh well... That's to be expected...
 
Apr 11, 2012 2:27 AM

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awesome!!
Really wanted to get this, it better be on blu ray too
 
Apr 11, 2012 5:08 AM

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Germany, UK and Russia are getting these films but not Lithuania. Oh well... That's to be expected...


Thats how anime works.

Let the important economies in on the fun while small counties resort to downloading (or streaming)
 
Apr 11, 2012 5:31 AM

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No Hungary. Well, at least Austria is a neighbouring country...

Maybe next time... It would be awesome to see Berserk in the cinema.
 
Apr 11, 2012 5:41 AM

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Austria
Fuck yea.
Can't wait.
 
Apr 11, 2012 5:51 AM

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FUCKING YES!

Time to support the industry.
 
Apr 11, 2012 5:57 AM
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So, what does this exactly mean? Do we get the Dvd/Blu-ray or also cinema release?
 
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In movie theatres? I could go see this in IMAX.

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UK?! But probably showing in London which is a million miles away ;_;
 
Apr 11, 2012 6:52 AM

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I'm greatful the UK gets something decent - I'm waiting on (should say hoping for) quite a lot to come our way and I'll snap this up. ;)

 
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Awesome, been looking forward to this. Hope it comes out sooner than later.

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Apr 11, 2012 7:43 AM
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Fuck yes, in Canada.
 
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Russia ?
WOW !
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Friggin Austria is on the list, yay!

I'm deluding myself that it's only because of the german berserk manga volumes I keep buying since 2002 ^^.


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> Russia
unexpected luck. hopefully not only on DVD but in cinema as well.
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Confucius said:
Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: North America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


North America is not a country


Well played sir!
 
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Let the important economies in on the fun while small counties resort to downloading (or streaming)

Because Portugal is a really important country.
 
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Very cool.
 
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Uhh, no Poland T-T
I hope "Berserk" will appear soon online with polish fansubs e.e - there is no way for this to be released in polish version, maybe after ten years >,>
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hell yeah
 
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So, what does this exactly mean? Do we get the Dvd/Blu-ray or also cinema release?

Second that. I see people getting excited about cinema (and even IMAX :p), but usually, doesn't it only means DVD release ? I'm just referring to my memories of other announcement of that kind.
 
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Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


Australia is getting this!? Best news I've had today.
 
Apr 13, 2012 9:01 AM

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So Sweden gets them, but not Norway? That's nice.

Not.
 
May 23, 2012 2:24 AM
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Thats just cuz' Sweden is just a little bit better than Norway. :)
 
May 26, 2012 10:26 AM

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This is great, great news.
 
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No Romania? Fine with me. I can continue self-justifying the piracy :D
 
Jun 4, 2012 9:28 PM

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Didn't even see all the smart-assery on the first page here until now. Jesus Christ, people, find something important to bitch about, will you?

And thanks, shanimebib.
 
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Huzaa Sweden!
 
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Confucius said:
Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: North America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


North America is not a country
Neither is America.
 
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Sohei said:
Confucius said:
Redfoxoffire said:
According to Oricon news, The Berserk film trilogy has been licensed for release in 16 countries worldwide. The countries include: North America, Canada, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, and South Korea.

Release dates for these regions have not been announced, though VIZ Media's edition is slated for this fall.

Source: Oricon, ANN


North America is not a country
Neither is America.

Seriously.

Seriously.

Since it's apparently so Goddamn important...
 
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If this means cinema release it would be awesome if they packed the three films together into one movie here in Sweden since it will probably take aaaages before they get here anyway.... but that will never happen. :P
 
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It's always Sweden. No love for Norway :(
 
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