Crunchyroll adds 15 new games to its Vault this summer

by | Jun 27, 2024 | Technology

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Crunchyroll today announced which games its adding to its Game Vault this summer. The games –15 in total — range in genre from RPGs to beat-em-ups to horror, and all of them launch either in summer or later this fall. Several of the games in question are either anime-inspired visual novels or adaptations of anime series. As with all games in Crunchyroll’s Game Vault, they’re available to those with a Mega or Ultimate Fan subscription.

Three of the games launch on Crunchyroll today: Turn-based RPG Battle Chasers: Nightwar, creature beat-em-up Dawn of the Monsters and puzzle-platformer Evan’s Remains. All of the titles are available to play via the App Store, Google Play or Crunchyroll itself. The other games coming to Crunchyroll within the next few months are (titles marked with an asterisk are making their mobile debut):

Crypt of the NecroDancer, the roguelike rhythm game returning to mobile platforms (includes all DLC including the Hatsune Miku and Synchronicity DLC not previously launched on mobile)

Corpse Party, a cult classic survival horror adventure game

9 Years of Shadows*, a metroidvania action title

PictoQuest, a logic puzzle game with RPG elements

STEINS;GATE, the popular sci-fi visual novel

Lunar Lux*, a sci-fi RPG set on the moon

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, a visual novel adaptation of one of Crunchyroll’s series

Magical Drop VI*, the latest in the arcade puzzle game series

Spidersaurs, a side-scroller run-and-gun action game

MMC KENKEN*, a math and logic puzzle edutainment title

RWBY: Arrowfell, an action-adventure game based on the anime RWBY

The Quintessential Quintuplets ~ Memories of a Quintessential Summer ~*, a romantic comedy visual novel

Crunchyroll first launched its Game Vault late last year, and at present it has fourteen games. The company’s Crunchyroll Games label has also published free-to-play games, such as One Punch Man: World and Street Fighter: Duel.

Terry Li, Crunchyroll’s EVP of emerging business, said in a statement, “Bringing visual novels to Crunchyroll’s game lineup is another example of how we super-serve our fans with entertainment that deepens their love of anime. Like manga, visual novels are a source material for hit anime and often expand on beloved series. It is important to offer that content to our audience as part of the …

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Crunchyroll today announced which games its adding to its Game Vault this summer. The games –15 in total — range in genre from RPGs to beat-em-ups to horror, and all of them launch either in summer or later this fall. Several of the games in question are either anime-inspired visual novels or adaptations of anime series. As with all games in Crunchyroll’s Game Vault, they’re available to those with a Mega or Ultimate Fan subscription.

Three of the games launch on Crunchyroll today: Turn-based RPG Battle Chasers: Nightwar, creature beat-em-up Dawn of the Monsters and puzzle-platformer Evan’s Remains. All of the titles are available to play via the App Store, Google Play or Crunchyroll itself. The other games coming to Crunchyroll within the next few months are (titles marked with an asterisk are making their mobile debut):

Crypt of the NecroDancer, the roguelike rhythm game returning to mobile platforms (includes all DLC including the Hatsune Miku and Synchronicity DLC not previously launched on mobile)

Corpse Party, a cult classic survival horror adventure game

9 Years of Shadows*, a metroidvania action title

PictoQuest, a logic puzzle game with RPG elements

STEINS;GATE, the popular sci-fi visual novel

Lunar Lux*, a sci-fi RPG set on the moon

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, a visual novel adaptation of one of Crunchyroll’s series

Magical Drop VI*, the latest in the arcade puzzle game series

Spidersaurs, a side-scroller run-and-gun action game

MMC KENKEN*, a math and logic puzzle edutainment title

RWBY: Arrowfell, an action-adventure game based on the anime RWBY

The Quintessential Quintuplets ~ Memories of a Quintessential Summer ~*, a romantic comedy visual novel

Crunchyroll first launched its Game Vault late last year, and at present it has fourteen games. The company’s Crunchyroll Games label has also published free-to-play games, such as One Punch Man: World and Street Fighter: Duel.

Terry Li, Crunchyroll’s EVP of emerging business, said in a statement, “Bringing visual novels to Crunchyroll’s game lineup is another example of how we super-serve our fans with entertainment that deepens their love of anime. Like manga, visual novels are a source material for hit anime and often expand on beloved series. It is important to offer that content to our audience as part of the …nnDiscussion:nn” ai_name=”RocketNews AI: ” start_sentence=”Can I tell you more about this article?” text_input_placeholder=”Type ‘Yes'”]

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