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Crunchyroll Adds White Album Romance Game's TV Anime (Updated)

posted on 2009-10-09 15:46 EDT
2 TV anime seasons of AQUAPLUS, Leaf's visual novel game join fall lineup

The Crunchyroll media-distribution website has announced that it will begin simulcasting Seven Arcs' anime adaptation of AQUAPLUS and Leaf's White Album romance visual novel game this fall.

The White Album game centers around Tōya Fujī (Tomoaki Maeno), a college student dating a rising idol singer named Yuki Morikawa (Aya Hirano). The game deals with the challenges to the couple's relationship from the other people at Fujī's college, a fellow singer (Nana Mizuki) at Morikawa's work, and elsewhere.

The first 13 episodes of King Records and Seven Arcs' anime actually premiered on Japanese television in January; the second season premiered on October 2. Crunchyroll's video streams will be available the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, the United Arab Emirates, and Brazil. Crunchyroll's subscribed Anime Members can see each new episode in 480-line progressive resolution on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. PT. Everyone else can then see the same episode for free one week later.

Image © AQUAPLUS © Project W.A.

Update: More background and story information added.


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