Amazon Just Killed It's Anime Service And Released Its Library On Amazon Prime Video

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If you've done a search for anime streaming services in the past, no doubt you've come across Amazon Prime's Anime Strike. In a world where Crunchyroll and Funimation run things when it comes to streaming anime, Amazon decided to put a double paywall behind Amazon Prime and charge users an extra $60 a year if they wanted to watch anime on their service. 

It was a stupid idea, and now Kotaku is reporting Amazon is finally acknowledging that. Anime Strike is now dead, and if you're an Amazon Prime Video user, you'll notice there's a healthy amount of anime now available for you to stream on your device! Did you subscribe to Anime Strike? If so, were you satisfied with what it had to offer versus other anime services? 

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