Xbox owners rejoice, Neon Alley is now on the Xbox 360

Feb 12 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

Just in time for

Sad that you don't have a PS3 to check out the upcoming premiere Fate/Zero's dub on Neon Alley? Well, if you own an Xbox 360 and have an Xbox LIVE Gold subscription, then your body is ready for Neon Alley's release on the 360!

For the viewers that love to get all gimmicky with their video services, people that own Kinect will have an extra option that lets them use their voice to navigate through Neon Alley's selection of titles -- take that, manual searching. But that's not all, anyone that signs up for Neon Alley will get a one week free trial, and this offer applies to both PS3 and 360 owners. Thus giving you a sample before you decide to sign up for their service that costs $6.99 a month. 

While it's nice that Neon Alley is on the 360, I never understood why they couldn't make it available to people with an Xbox LIVE Silver account, since Silver account users can still download stuff from the Xbox LIVE marketplace. Then again, it might be some sort of weird policy that Microsoft has with the video services available on Xbox LIVE. But at least there are more people that can access Neon Alley now, so that's something that we can all give a cheers to. 


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