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Crunchyroll launches its first anime-based mobile game Memoria Freese in the West

Company has partnered with Gree and Sumitomo Corporation for release
Crunchyroll launches its first anime-based mobile game Memoria Freese in the West
Date Type Companies Involved Size
Apr 4, 2018 partnership Crunchyroll GREE Sumitomo Corporation Not disclosed

Anime streaming service Crunchyroll has launched its first mobile game Memoria Freese in the West.

The game is based on anime series Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon (DanMachi), which follows a band of adventures who seek treasure.

Available on both iOS and Android, the title features voice acting from Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Inori Minase, Saori Ōnishiand and others in a similar vein to the show, with English subtitles provided.

Perfect partners?

Memoria Freese is the first title to receive a global launch as part of a partnership between Crunchyroll, Sumitomo Corporation and Gree.

The latter handled development for the Japanese market along and will continue work on the title post-release. Crunchyroll and Sumitomo meanwhile are handling distribution, localisation and promotion.

The title launched in Japan late last year and managed to snag over three million downloads in its first month.

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