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Accel World Set 1 Blu-ray

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Accel World

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About Accel World Set 1 Blu-ray

Accel World Set 1 contains episodes 1-12 of the anime directed by Masakazu Obara.

The year is 2046. Portable devices known as Neurolinkers have enabled mankind to oversee their daily life within virtual reality networks. But the advancements in technology have yet to provide a solution for the growing number of victims of bullying.

Haruyuki Arita is one such student who finds himself on the lowest social rungs of his school. Ashamed of his miserable life, Haruyuki can only cope by indulging in virtual games. That all changes when Kuroyukihime, the most popular girl in school, approaches Haruyuki with a cryptic proposal: to "accelerate" further, and beyond.

Haruyuki is introduced to a mysterious program called Brain Burst and a virtual reality called the Accel World. Learning its secrets, Haruyuki musters the courage to accept Kuroyukihime's proposal and to fight alongside her as her knight.

Special Features: Character Art Gallery, Accel World Promo, Clean Opening, Clean Ending, English Trailer.

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.


  • Publisher: VIZ
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Romance, Science Fiction
  • Themes: School Life, Video Games
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 11/26/2013
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5

can't wait until season 2 comes out!!!!!


I realy like this anime, it takes place 2046 a portable called neuro linkers..and have a gaming program called mind burst. And it freezes real life time..its a awsome anime that you have to watch. . ( burst linked ) lol

5 star rating out of 5

Accel World Set 1

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This was one of my first animes i watched and it never gets old. Ive always loved the story and would reccomend getting!

4 star rating out of 5

A pretty good adaptation

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I'm someone who has read the LNs. The anime covers vol 1-4 as well as 2 short stories from vol 10.

-The eng dub voices are perfect for each character. Though there are some instances of flat acting that is kind of disappointing. The language is also much stronger than I thought it would be.

-The line translation is great. There is future plot beyond the anime that revolves around what was said early on. So I'm happy to report that no bridges where burned with poor translations.

-I don't like the inconsistent use of honorifics like swapping between "senpai" and "Mr or Ms." There's no honorific use in the LN so it's annoying hearing Haru refer to Kuroyukihime as senpai.

-Pacing is too rushed. A lot of particular details are glossed over, some more important than others. Like the serious nature of being cracked in the real. The anime lacks a sense of urgency that the LNs have.

Overall it's a good adaptation. I prefer the LNs, but I'd definitely watch a season 2 if made.