Two New PS3 Apps Coming to the PlayStation Store, Adds Anime and Korean Drama

July 16, 2012Written by Alex Osborn

In living up to the “It Only Does Everything” mantra, the PlayStation 3’s online store is getting two new streaming apps for those in the US.

The first app, known as Neon Alley is from Viz media, which provides a healthy-sized library of English-dubbed anime content, including Inu Yasha and Death Note. Those interested in the service will be required to shell out $7 each month to stream content from Neon Alley.

The other streaming application, dubbed Crunchyroll also has a $7 per month subscription fee should you decide upon just one of their catalogs. Crunchyroll actually has two different libraries to choose from, the first being anime and the second, a Korean drama catalogue. Should you elect to subscribe to both, it will cost you $12 per month.

Anime fans looking forward to this upcoming content can look for both Neon Alley and Crunchyroll when they hit the PlayStation Network sometime this fall.