If your Nintendo Wii is still plugged in and chuggin' along—or even if you just need to bust it out of the closet and dust it off—you can now experience Crunchyroll on it. The free app is now available to download worldwide as supported by the Nintendo eShop, so free members can check it out for a sample and Premium members can hop on in for the full Crunchyroll experience. More after the jump.
While Nintendo attempts to build its Wii U user base and continues to enjoy success with 3DS, its older platforms are about to lose some functionality. Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service for Nintendo DS and Wii is officially coming to an end on May 20. Read on for more.