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CrunchyRoll's first game is based on 'DanMachi'

The F2P 'Memoria Freese' is available on Android and iOS starting today.
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Anime streaming network CrunchyRoll is making a video game based on the Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? series. The free-to-play Memoria Freese/Dan-Memo is available for both Android and iOS and will feature in-app purchases and an original storyline from the show's first season. Series creator Fujino Omori is handling writing duties, with Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Inori Minase, Saori Ōnishi and others lending their talents to the voice cast. And don't worry about dubs here: CrunchyRoll promises there will be Japanese voices with English subtitles.

As far as gameplay goes, it looks like a 2D dungeon-crawler RPG with turn-based battles, little kids with gigantic swords and gorgeous animated cutscenes. This marks the first time the streaming network has made a game, splitting production duties with Japan's social network platform, Gree. For anime fans, it looks like the Easter Bunny might've arrived a little early.

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