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Crunchyroll Now Available on Wii U

by Alex Osborn - December 26, 2014, 2:22 pm PST
Total comments: 7 Source: Nintendo PR

Stream all the anime you want right from Nintendo's console.

Crunchyroll, the popular online anime streaming service, is now available on Wii U.

The application can be downloaded via the Wii U eShop free of charge; however, you'll need to shell out for a subscription if you want to take full advantage of all the content available to premium members.

Crunchyroll has a massive library of hit shows, including Hunter x Hunter, One Piece, and Naruto Shippuden. If you've got a soft spot for anime, there's no doubt you'll make good use of the service. You can sign up for a free 14-day trial right here.

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btw, you forgot Polar Bear Cafe.

ShyGuyDecember 26, 2014

Shaymin beat me to the Giant Bomb reference.

WiiUIVLifeDecember 26, 2014

Two words--  BELIEVE IT!!!!!

EnnerDecember 27, 2014

Referential humor aside, Polar Bear Cafe is a really pleasant, 50-some-odd episodes sitcom about Polar Bear, Panda, Penguin, a waitress, and others. I recommend it.

ShyGuyDecember 27, 2014

Quote from: Enner

Referential humor aside, Polar Bear Cafe is a really pleasant, 50-some-odd episodes sitcom about Polar Bear, Panda, Penguin, a waitress, and others. I recommend it.

Do they go to school and have a harem?

peacefulwarDecember 29, 2014

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EnnerDecember 29, 2014

Quote from: ShyGuy

Quote from: Enner

Referential humor aside, Polar Bear Cafe is a really pleasant, 50-some-odd episodes sitcom about Polar Bear, Panda, Penguin, a waitress, and others. I recommend it.

Do they go to school and have a harem?

Nope! It's about working class Joes and Janes hanging out in a cafe. No schools, harems, or supernatural things.

And there's also a sloth.

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