Two anime series are about to leave the Prime Video catalog

Two anime series are about to leave the Prime Video catalog

March 4, 2022

As there are additions, there are usually also departures. According to the latest entries , this includes two anime series that are leaving Amazon's in-house streaming platform.

The departures are the eleven-part fantasy OVA Tales of Symphonia and the popular action comedy Girls und Panzer . In addition, the associated OVA Girls und Panzer – This is the Real Anzio Battle! Removed from Prime Video's catalogue.

Both titles will be included in the online retailer's Prime subscription for a maximum of 30 days and will only be available to Prime members on demand for a short time. However, an exact date is not known.

Both Tales of Symphonia and Girls und Panzer have already been released on DVD and Blu-ray by KSM Anime. Tales of Symphonia is also available on demand from aniverse .

> Watch Tales of Symphonia on Prime Video
> Watch Girls und Panzer on Prime Video

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This is what Symphonia is about:

The world of Sylvarant is on the verge of collapse. After a protracted war, most of the mana that keeps the world alive has been depleted. The result is dried up plants, barren soil and a devastated city. The situation seems almost hopeless, but there is still a way to save the world. Colette, Sylvarant's chosen one, must endure a hard journey to restore the world.


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This is what Girls und Panzer is about:

In a world where high schools sail the oceans on aircraft carriers, sensha-do, the "Way of Tank Driving," is considered not just any martial art, but the highest female discipline, from schoolgirls to responsible and confident young women form and prepare them appropriately for their future.


Source : Amazon Prime Video Images: © GIRLS and PANZER Projekt

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