Crunchyroll is adding mobile games to its subscription serviceReading Time: < 1 minutes
Games, for free!
Crunchyroll is getting into gaming. On Tuesday, the anime streaming service launched Crunchyroll Game Vault, a destination for mobile games, for both its Mega and Ultimate Fan subscribers.
The company said the Game Vault is now available for Android users and will be available on iOS ‘very soon.’ The Game Vault launched with five titles — Captain Velvet: The Jump+ Dimensions, River City Girls, Wolfstride, Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery, and Inbento — and won’t have in-app purchases. The games will also be ‘free,’ although you’d already be paying either $10 or $15 for a Crunchyroll subscription.
The Verge noted that Crunchyroll’s gaming offering looks to be more focused on ‘premium mobile games specifically for fans of anime and anime-inspired entertainment.’
That feels like a no-brainer considering folks in those subscription tiers are already shelling out good money for an anime service. It also feels like a natural choice, considering streamers like Netflix are already experimenting with gaming.
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