The Crunchyroll Game Vault Is Now Open For All Paid Members

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This week, Crunchyroll launched their mobile game library, Crunchyroll Game Vault for Mega and Ultimate Fan members.

The Crunchyroll membership just got a significant upgrade, and no it is not more anime or manga…well, sort of. Mega Fans and Ultimate Fan members will now have access to the new Crunchyroll Game Vault! While the site is known for their growing library of anime series like Spy x Family, Jujutsu Kaisen and One Piece, they also have grown their library of exclusive games.

The biggest anime database company has partnered with various developers and publishers to offer a variety of mobile games that can be easily accessed through the app on its members’ phones. So far, they have featured a tactical action game Captain Velvet: The Jump+ Dimensions; beat-em-up action game River City Girls; and single-player RPG Wolfstride to iOS and Android, available free and exclusively on Crunchyroll Game Vault.

River City Girls director Adam Tierney of WayForward stated on the partnership that they were “thrilled” to be added to the Game Vault, and that fans of the game should not be disappointed in its mobile-ported version of the game. “The anime-style visuals, manga-like cutscenes, and catchy synthpop music all should feel right at home for Crunchyroll premium members. We hope the Crunchyroll fans enjoy visiting the interesting locations of River City (and beating the snot out of a few dozen baddies while you’re here).”

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Another few included in the Game Vault is the critically acclaimed indie visual novel Behind the Frame: The Finest Scenery and food-themed puzzle title inbento. The publishing department Crunchyroll Games has been no stranger to the anime game experience. They have published games like Street Fighter: Duel, My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero, and the upcoming One Punch Man: World

Executive Vice President of Emerging Business, Terry Li shared on the Game Vault, “With Crunchyroll Game Vault, we’re also looking forward to working with international developers to bring their titles to mobile for the first time or introduce existing mobile games to the Crunchyroll community as part of an amazing line-up.” 

This was only a progression and expansion that made a lot of sense. I could see how the orange anime giant would want to have their stakes in mobile games, especially anime-related ones! Premium members can check out the latest archive on their website or in the app.

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