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Where can I watch demon slayer Mugen train?

At this time, “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie: Mugen Train” is only available on Funimation in the United States. The Ufotable anime film cannot be found on Netflix, Hulu, or any other subscription streaming service, and there is no indication that will change anytime soon. nj.comHow do I watch ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie: Mugen Train’ on Funimation?

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train Now Available To Stream On Funimation

GameRant 25 June, 2021 - 11:00am

A spectacle circus of powerful hell-bent demons and horrible nightmares, Tanjiro and his demon slayer friends have another mission to complete. Demon Slayer: Mugen Train is finally available to stream on platforms including Funimation.

The story of Demon Slayer: Mugen Train focuses on protagonist Tanjiro (Natsuki Hanae/Zach Aguilar) and his group of friends as they arrive for their mission on the Mugen train after completing their training at the Butterfly Mansion. On the Mugen train, over forty people have mysteriously disappeared within a short span of time. Tanjiro fights with his sister Nezuko (Akari Kito/Abby Trott), master swordsmen Zenitsu (Hiro Shimono/Aleks Le), and Inosuke (Yoshisugu Matsuoka/Bryce Papenbrook) as they prepare to defeat a monstrous demon on a train with a destination of despair and agony.

The Demon Slayer franchise began with a manga series created by Koyoharu Gotouge in 2011. After selling over 80 million copies, the TV series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba premiered in 2016. This series focuses on the kindhearted Tanjiro as he learns how to become a powerful slayer to avenge the gruesome slaughter of his own family by a demon. The story of the fan-favorite TV series is now continued in the highly anticipated feature-length film.

The movie features the same director as the TV series, Haruo Sotozaki (Tales of Zestiria: The X), and also includes a majority of the original cast and production team. The movie will have both Japanese and English language versions for viewers. The feature-length film was previously in select theaters across the globe this past month but is expected to reach more viewers digitally due to the pandemic still affecting many cinemas. The immense popularity of the original show has also led to the development of a second season, a video game, and other specialties like a coffee brand.

In the meantime, fans can enjoy the devastating clash of warriors and demons as they struggle to defeat each other in Demon Slayer: Mugen Train. After over a year of delays for various anime titles, it finally feels like fans of medium are getting a wave of new projects from various production companies over the next few months.

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train is streaming on Funimation now.

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Ninjala Demon Slayer collaboration announced for 1st anniversary

Nintendo Enthusiast 24 June, 2021 - 09:23pm

As GungHo Online Entertainment announced on its Ninjala 1st Anniversary Celebration Stream tonight, a Ninjala x Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba collaboration is on the way as part of Season 6. Demon Slayer is the hottest anime property on Earth right now, having released a film internationally this year that has grossed upward of half a billion dollars in total, so it’s a pretty big get for Ninjala moving into its second year. However, there is plenty more content where that came from in Ninjala Season 6, which spans June 17 through Sept. 9.

Firstly, season 6 introduces Sphinx Valley, “a desert guarded by Set-Drones which grant special abilities when defeated,” as well as new weapons Extreme Motor and DJ Scratch, which are yo-yos for close combat. There is also a new Shinobi Card, and you can “max out your S-Energy Gauge with Last Spurt, which will not deplete towards the end of a match.” Plus, the Shinobi Shop will combine the Select Shop and Trend Shop. And the Ninjala Pass Mini will provide a budget pass for 300 Jala.

Everyone who logs into Ninjala between June 25 and July 7 will receive 1,000 Jala for free, and until July 6, Story Pack: Chapter 1 & 2 will be on sale for just $0.99. Then on July 17, the Ninjala 1st Anniversary Cup will be open to all regions, with players collecting points in an effort to finish in the top four players to win a unique IPPON Decoration and Emote. Other collectibles will be offered as well, and everyone will receive a sticker for playing.

Lastly, July 19 – Aug. 30, the Ninjala x Demon Slayer content will be unleashed as the capstone of Season 6, all of which you can find below:

Once Ninjala x Demon Slayer wraps up, it’s just about time for Season 7, which will introduce a new Featured Battle, eight-player battle royale Last Ninja Standing. It will also introduce the Visual Lobby beta, a space where even more than eight players can just hang out and show off costumes and emotes, etc. in a no-battle environment. Ninjala is marching full steam ahead past this 1st anniversary.

For more cool GungHo news, check out the huge Volta-X Metaverse Update, which adds an excellent new offline mode to the game.

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Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Hinokami Chronicles Confirmed For Western Release - Summer of Gaming

IGN SOUTH EAST ASIA 24 June, 2021 - 10:00am

Published by Sega, Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Hinokami Chronicles is an arena fighter that roughly traces events from both the series and the movie. It stars Tanjiro, a Demon Slayer who fights to avenge his parents and save his sister, who has been turned into a demon.

Demon Slayer has found huge success in both Japan and North America, with Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train recently surpassing Spirited Away to become Japan's biggest box office hit ever. The video game adaptation will bring back both the English and Japanese voice casts, who will reprise their roles from the show. You can watch the English version of the original announcement trailer above.

In addition to the announcement trailer, we also have this first look at Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Hinokami Chronicles' gameplay and story. It will pit Tanjiro in a series of duels against powerful demons, and will also include head-to-head local and online multiplayer.

CyberConnect2, a studio well-known for its anime adaptations, is handling Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles' development. CyberConnect 2 has previously worked on various Naruto games, as well as Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and the .hack series.

In the announcement, Sega revealed both a Digital and Digital Deluxe version, the latter of which will feature special cosmetics as well as early access to the game for $69.99. Sega is also planning a physical release for $59.99. In addition to early access, PS4, PS5, and Steam users who purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition will gain access to 13 unique avatars featuring Tanjiro and other characters.

Demon Slayer is being developed for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. It will release October 15 in North America and Europe, with Digital Deluxe Edition owners gaining access on October 13. This announcement is part of IGN's Summer of Gaming, with lots more news to come. You can find more info right here.

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