Crunchyroll is Now Live On Your PS3

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

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Crunchyroll announced yesterday that their application is now available in the PlayStation Store for free! You can now stream anime simulcast in Japan, or check out older series that you may have missed. Premium Crunchyroll members have access to everything offered on the website, while first-time users can watch the first episode of different simulcasts to check out the service. You can also get a free 30-day trial if you register for Crunchyroll directly through your PlayStation 3.

The Crunchyroll application is currently available to the United States and Canada only, but it will soon be coming to other countries as well. 720p and 1080p options will be added in a future update.

Here is how you can download the Crunchyroll app to your PlayStation 3:

  1. Go to the PlayStation Store
  2. Head to New Releases
  3. Download it for free!

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[Former Staff] Jared is a recent graduate from Fitchburg State University where he studied communications, video production, and English. He enjoys playing video games, watching anime, writing, and of course pizza. His favorite games are Shadow of the Colossus and Final Fantasy IX, but he can’t possibly choose a favorite anime. Jared enjoys following the games industry and observing what will happen next, and he puts out an invitation for discussion on these topics. He loves a great story in these mediums and prefers a stronger narrative design over most features. Jared is personally responsible for creating and managing the Anime section of the website, and hopes to inspired and entertain with everything he writes.




  • RyanOPR

    The PS3 has so much, and you know all of it will carry on with the next system. I sure hope Nintendo can catch up with the Wii U. People do want these things.

  • TrueWiiMaster

    I was supremely disappointed in this app. Unlike the Crunchyroll website and Roku channel, you can only really use this if you’re a paid member. It’s not extremely expensive, but I’d still rather watch a single commercial before my episode starts than pay $84 a year. I’ll be sticking with my Roku.

    Here’s hoping that the Wii U will get Crunchyroll as well, and maybe do it right.