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New entertainment options for people with decidedly very different tastes are launching on the Xbox 360 today as apps for Telemundo and Neon Alley hit the digital market.
It's no secret that modern consoles are becoming the dominant force for home entertainment, providing everything from video games and movies to music, photo albums, video editors and lots of ways to consume your favorite sports and television content. The Telemundo and Neon Alley apps for 360, announced today by Major Nelson, keep that momentum moving forward by giving gamers a chance to check out some of their favorite Spanish broadcasting and anime in a whole new way.
According to the announcement post, the Telemundo app is available in the United States only and allows users to check out clips of their favorite Telemundo content, inclusing shows like “Caso Cerrago,” “Pasion Prohibida” and “Crossover One on One.” There's also mention of Kinect support for the app. What's not mentioned, however, is if there is a price for the app or if entire shows will be available alongside those clips.
Neon Alley, on the other hand, is a full-on anime channel featuring uncut and dubbed programming. Shows run on a regular schedule with plenty of chances for you to catch the latest, and classic, episodes of your favorite titles. Original content is also produced highlighting the apps various bits of content, as well as covering anime news. You can grab a one-week trial from within the app. After that, a $6.99 monthly subscription will grant you continued access to the 24/7 anime channel. You can grab Neon Alley if you're gaming on the Xbox in the U.S. or Canada.