Korean dramas and anime coming to PS3 with Crunchyroll and Neon Alley apps

By Andrew Yoon, Jul 15, 2012 2:00pm PDT

Fans of Asian cinema have two new apps to look forward to on the PlayStation 3. First up is Crunchyroll. This streaming video service specializes in anime and Korean dramas. For $6.95, you can get access to the service's anime or drama library, or get both for $11.95 a month. Anime titles include Naruto Shippuden, Hunter X Hunter, and more. Korean dramas include Dr. Jing, and Jumong.

In addition, the PlayStation Network will also debut Neon Alley, Viz Media's anime streaming service announced a few weeks ago. This service goes for $6.99 a month, and will include a library of uncut anime series, all available with English dubs. Shows include Inuyasha: The Final Act and Death Note, and promises to have the English premieres of new titles like Berserk: The Golden Age, and Tiger & Bunny.

Both apps will be available this fall.

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