Video on-demand service iflix has added on Wednesday new Japanese anime titles on its streaming line-up, which was acquired from the Philippine-based licensor Telesuccess Productions.

The new titles will be available in the Philippines and can be viewed only in Filipino-dubbing.

 

The service has started streaming two seasons of the highly-popular anime series Sword Art Online, together with popular classic titles Flame of Recca and Fushigi Yuugi.

Hunter × Hunter’s 2013 movies, Phantom Rouge and The Last Mission, was also added. The two movies will be seen for the first time in Filipino.

 

© Reki Kawahara / ASCII MEDIA WORKS / SAO Project
Sword Art Online
ソードアート・オンライン

The players of a virtual reality MMORPG, Sword Art Online, are trapped and fighting for their very lives. After it is announced that the only way to leave the game is by beating it, Kirito—a very powerful swordsman—and his friends take on a quest to free all the minds trapped in Aincrad. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)

 

 

© Nobuyuki Anzai / Shogakukan · Fuji TV · Pierrot
Flame of Recca
烈火の炎

Recca is a boy living in the modern world, only he seems drawn to following the ways of the ninja. On the day he befriends a girl named Yanagi who has a mysterious power of healing, he is confronted and challenged by a Dark Priestess. This battle leads Recca to discover a strange power within himself. Afterwards, he finds that not only is his past and destiny not as crystal clear as he had thought, but there are others with powers practicing the way of the ninja who challenge him one after another. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)

 

 

©1995 Yuu Watase / Shogakukan · Pierrot
Fushigi Yuugi
ふしぎ遊戯

Miaka Yuuki, an average middle school student caught up in studying for exams, is sucked into an ancient Chinese novel titled “The Universe of Four Gods”. There she discovers that she is in an ancient country in what is now China, Konan, and is to be the Priestess of one of the four gods, Suzaku. As the priestess, her duty is to gather the Seven Seishi of Suzaku, who are to be her protectors. Once they are gathered, the priestess will summon the god Suzaku and bring peace between the warring lands, Konan and Kutou. But it’s harder than it seems. Along the road, many hardships are faced, as Miaka’s best friend Yui Hongo enters the book and becomes her rival, the priestess of Seiryuu in the land of Kutou. Who summons their god first is up to the courage and skill of the priestesses and their seishi, as they meet triumphs and tragedies along the way. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)

 

 

©2013 “HUNTER x HUNTER” Film Partners
Hunter × Hunter: Phantom Rouge
HUNTER×HUNTER 緋色の幻影(ファントム・ルージュ)

One day, Kurapika spots a child who looks very similar to his childhood friend, Pyro. However, when he catches up to him, the boy steals Kurapika’s eyes with some kind of magical power. Gon, Leorio, and Killua promise to help find who took his eyes and get them back, but Killua is having his own problems when he is forced to face his past and whether he really is worthy to have Gon as a friend. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)

 

 

©2013 “HUNTER x HUNTER” Film Partners
Hunter × Hunter -The Last Mission-
ハンター X ハンター: ザ・ラスト・ミッション

Some tens of years ago, chairman of the Hunters Association Isaac Netero sealed away Jed, a man representing the “shadow” of the association that had began to make use of the power “on.” “On,” being another side of the coin of “nen,” derives its power from the user’s pure hatred at the cost of their life. Although he thought he had sealed Jed and “on” away, a team of on-using warriors appears at Heaven’s Arena’s Battle Olympia Tournament. Gon and Killua, who had come to cheer on Zushi, along with Kurapika, who attends the tournament to protect his boss Neon, are forced to find the source of a violent invasion of the tower and defeat it. However, this may not be so easy, as their foes use the power of hatred as they wish for the death of all Hunters. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)

 

The new titles will be addition to previously added titles from Telesuccess Productions, like Voltes V, Daimos and Fairy Tail, as well as several titles from ANIPLUS Asia.

For more details regarding iFlix, you may visit their website at iflix.com. You may also download their mobile app at Apple App Store and Google Play.

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