Crunchyroll to stream HeroBank anime beginning today

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Yesterday it was announced that Crunchyroll will be streaming SEGA’s HeroBank anime, based on the recently released Nintendo 3DS game of the same name. Streaming began today at 6:30 am eastern time and is available worldwide (except for Asia) to premium members of the service. The anime is also available to members using a 14-day free trial in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden.

Head on over to Crunchyroll now to watch the first episode!

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2 responses to “Crunchyroll to stream HeroBank anime beginning today

  1. matty says:

    I just watched this earlier, and I couldn’t figure out what the @#$! was going on. I’m not mad, just confused. I mean, at one point that kid with the pompadour enters a digital arena (looks similar to Bayblade) and he gets knocked the @*%@ out. Then, he gets naked and this old dude comes out and gives him powers because he was “charmed” by him.

    I don’t know what the game does, but it’s clearly aimed at a …niche audience.

    • Kori-Maru says:

      This series kinda reminds me of Rent-A-Hero a little bit since they rent battle suits and all. Not to mention the SEGA humanoid guy in the beginning wears Taro’s Rent-A-Hero suit.

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