Wii U and Crunchyroll bring anime into your home

Wii U and Crunchyroll bring anime into your home

While Xbox and PlayStation owners have been using their consoles as media centres for a while now, using various video and music apps in addition to games, those who sold their hearts to the Wii U have been left out in the cold – and we’re not just talking about Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze here.

Nintendo has decided to bring an end to this injustice. Starting today, a new partnership with Crunchyroll should give the Wii U a more prominent spot in your television time. For the uninitiated, Crunchyroll is a streaming video platform specialised in everything Asian, like anime and Asian television series.

Those who are interested can download the app for free in Nintendo’s eShop, but this will only grant you access to Crunchyroll’s library, which contains popular series such as Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Sword Art Online and more, if you also possess a premium subscription to its services. If you’re unsure whether this is for you, a free 14-day trial period will help you make up your mind.


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