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Baka and Test, Utawarerumono, head to Crunchyroll

Baka and Test, Utawarerumono, head to Crunchyroll
Dan Rhodes
Author: Dan Rhodes

Dan has been writing for UK Anime Network since 2013, and has been the site's Anime Editor since August 2017.

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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