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Baka and Test, Utawarerumono, head to Crunchyroll

Baka and Test, Utawarerumono, head to Crunchyroll
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After reporting on Crunchyroll's bad news last weekend it's nice to be able to report some good news from the venerable streaming site. They have added a few more Funimation titles to their streaming lineup. First up is Baka & Test - Summon the Beasts for which both seasons are streaming now. We reviewed both seasons back when Manga Entertainment released them in physical form.

Synopsis: Fumizuki Academy’s students can summon Avatars, pint-sized versions of themselves that battle using special powers. The students are grouped by skill level, and those in Class A are the brightest. Then there’s Akihisa Yoshii’s group—lowly Class F. They’re the worst on campus, and they’re about to take on the school’s best.

Also streaming now is Utawarerumono.

Synopsis: After mysterious Hakuoro was left for dead, a girl named Eluluu nursed him back to health. He was welcomed into a barren land of strange creatures, where an angry god seeks vengeance and an oppressive government slaughters the innocent. With a bloody war looming on the horizon, will the masked hero liberate the people who saved him and unlock his elusive memories?

You can watch Baka & Test - Summon the Beasts and Utawarerumono in streaming form on Crunchyroll

Source: Crunchyroll.

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