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Fate/EXTRA Last Encore Box Set Blu-ray

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SKU: 816546022099

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About Fate/EXTRA Last Encore Box Set Blu-ray

Fate/EXTRA Last Encore contains episodes 1-13 of the complete anime series directed by Yukihiro Miyamoto and Akiyuki Shimbou which comes housed in a rigid box with exclusive Illustration plus a Deluxe Booklet.

It was the forgotten EXTRA.

This is a story of EXTRA that will unfold on a forgotten moon. The Mooncell Automaton, a spiritron computer that exists on the moon, grants any and all wishes. A virtual spiritron world created within the Mooncell is SE.RA.PH. With the "Holy Grail" on the line, Mages and Servants must now wage a brand new Holy Grail War of the Moon.

Special Features: PV & CM Collections, Textless Opening and Ending

©TYPE-MOON / Marvelous, Aniplex, Notes, SHAFT

Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US and Canada only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan.

Ordering Note: All sales for this item are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, if a replacement is not available a Gift Card will be issued.

Details

  • Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Video Games
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 339
  • Release Date: 10/22/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 2
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

4 reviews

A Worthwhile Experience

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This is not an anime for those who want to start their way into the Fate franchise. In order to fully understand it one might want to watch it several times and maybe play the old psp game for it. However it is not required to fully enjoy this anime. (And a certain fox might have made a better choice for the main servant but that's a personal bias)

Inside the disk case the first two disks are held on a stiff plastic holder. I was a bit worried pulling out the disks the first time as I thought I might break the plastic or the disk. After the first time I didn't have to worry about it. The opening and ending songs were not translated which is disappointing.

The anime itself is done by Shaft. It is gorgeous and done with that Shaft feel. At times it feels very similar to the Monogatari series. Neck tilts are top notch.

I fully enjoyed the anime. The visuals were stunning and the soundtrack was great. I would recommend to those that like Fate and Monogatari.

If you're a fan of Nero then you'll like this! Umu!

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This is a good series for the people who have played the Fate/Extella games however there are a few things that need to be noted if you haven't watch this yet. Not all of the characters in the Fate/Extella games are presented and some fans arguable say that they don't give enough spotlight to the fan favorites. However, I believe this is a great series! Anything involving Fate/Extella and Nero interest me! Nero is as goofy as always so any fan of Nero will most likely like this.

If you haven't played Fate/Extella then you'll be extremely lost in the sauce. You'll either have to run with it and learn as you go, play the games, or simply google the backstory to this world. Like most fate series it doesn't hold your hand so if you don't know this world then good luck.

Rightstufanime delivered this in a timely manner and it was securely packaged. The box set looks stunning too! I don't regret making this purchase!

Aniplexs' change isn't great but could be worse

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This review is based o. The physical release and not the show its self.

This is a pretty typical aniplex release a chipboard box 3 discs and a booklet.
Aniplex has decided to shrink down to an oversized bd case over 2 small cases. Honestly I think this is a mistake. This messed with the proportions and at this price s little extra interior art is needed.
The booklet is quiet glossy too not bad just something to note.

The last negative is the protective plastic this is still sporting the older plastic that has the glue strip on the flap this makes it a pain to slip back on if you plan to keep it in it as it trys to grab onto the case as you slide it in.

Beautiful package, but not the best Fate series

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As all other Fate releases by Aniplex, the package is just beautiful. The booklet is always a nice addition. When it comes to the show though, I have some gripes with it. Fate/Extra Last Encore's narrative suffers by throwing you into a complex world with little to no information about it or any of its characters. It really expects the viewers to be somewhat familiarized with the concepts laid out in the original series and also from the game. Being such a short show too, it feels at times kind of rushed, and more like abridgment of the game's story than a fateful adaptation, (hehe). With that said, I do believe any Fate fan can find enjoyment from watching it. You will get to know Nero (umu!), and it can be a spring to maybe make you play the old PSP game or the upcoming PS4 remake. Either way, the show itself is gorgeously animated, and has some truly colorful and wacky visuals. Give it a watch, but only after you know what the Fate Universe is about.