.hack//Sign Complete Series DVD
About .hack//Sign Complete Series DVD
This .hack//Sign Complete Series collection contains episodes 1-26 plus 2 bonus OVAs.
Tsukasa awakens inside The World, an immense online RPG filled with monsters, magic, and mayhem. When he discovers he's unable to log out of this mysterious game, he joins forces with a colorful group of characters and begins a desperate quest to find his way back to real life.
Special Features: Character Art Reel, Textless Opening and Closing, Promo Video, Commercial Collection, Japanese Trailers.
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Science Fiction
- Themes: Video Games
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 700
- Release Date: 2/24/2015
- Weight: 0.36
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Easily the Best of the .Hack Series
by tomikaze -
I have watched every minute of the .Hack series and this is by far my favorite series. At first I felt confused by the slow pace, though in retrospect I now feel this pacing is intentional, and I can say the characters and certain moments are exceptionally strong in my memory. I have watched many, many anime series where I enjoyed the story but now looking back I cannot really recall anything about it - though this is not one I will forget.
by Magic -
.hack//sign was produced by Bee Train studio, best known for anime such as Noir and Madlax. In my opinion, .hack//sign has become something of a forgotten gem, featuring beautiful animation, particularly in its realisation of virtual RPG game 'The World', great characters and storytelling, and an amazing standout soundtrack by Yuki Kajiura.
There is very little action in this series, it is probably better called a psychological drama which relies on the mystery surrounding Tsukasa and the relationships he and other characters develop as the plot progresses. The series takes a lot of care in depicting in its characters with a great deal of depth and complexity; something which I've found Bee Train to be particularly adept at in many of their series I've watched.
For those looking for a thoughtful well realised anime off the beaten track this is a great find.