Fate/stay night Collection 2 Blu-ray

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About Fate/stay night Collection 2 Blu-ray

Fate/stay night Collection 2 contains episodes 13-24 of the anime directed by Yuji Yamaguchi.

The Holy Grail War continues to escalate as a series of shocking revelations explain the history connecting Saber to Excalibur. In a lethal game of chess, pawns and knights are expended one by one, slowly whittling down the number of surviving players. As a massive wave of comas begins to take down the cities, it becomes clear that the only possible path to victory is an assault on the Master and Servants of the Ryudoji Shrine!

But when Sakura is taken with the intention of sacrificing her in order to summon the Grail, Shiro is forced to choose between two equally lethal options: let Saber's mana continue at its existing level, almost certainly insuring her death as the battle wages on; or resupply her mana from his own magical circuit, reducing his power below that of the other Magus, and leaving both of them open to magical attack. The price of winning could mean potentially losing everything.

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.

Details

  • Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Fantasy
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 3/19/2013
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.4
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

11 reviews

Excalibur!

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Fate/Stay Night (2006)'s second half begins with something of a slog. Saber's identity is revealed, and Shirou comes to terms with his vision of her as opposed to her heroic identity. However, a wrench is thrown into the mix, and Ilyasviel kidnaps Shirou, and a genuinely grueling battle ensues- Unfortunately for the viewers. Luckily, after that we get to the Caster arc, which is by far the highlight for the series! It may diverge from the source material, and Sakura's BDSM outfit is kind of baffling, but it's still a whirlwind of revelations and epiphanies, bound together with one of the better minor antagonists in the Fate series.

The animation maintains the same level of quality from before, and action scenes later in the series are especially striking. The dub also remains quite good, although Gilgamesh' voice doesn't really fit him that well. The second Opening is also pretty good, too.

Once again, this series is highly recommended to fantasy fans.

Polarizing anime

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Fate stay night is a very polarizing anime because this one now seems to get looked over for the 2014 version. However the problem is not with the anime, but the source material. Visual novels for the most part do translate into good anime due to having disjointed stories. They are always broken apart with different paths and have story content the others don't but are not present in the other paths. This is a bad from of story telling as you have to sit through the fate stay night 3 times where half of the content is the same but the order of deaths change. This anime was decent but as a fan of fate zero I purchased as I am a collector and can say say I have the prequel and sequel. The prequel (fate zero) is much better and I do highly recommend starting their into the franchise and definitely buying it.

Awesome anime you should watch

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Fate stay night (fate route) is one of the best out there i ever watch that can capture my heart , of cause if you looking for a fun action animate you will quite disappoint because it not that genre not like those of Ufotable but this one emphasise of relation between saber and Shirou Emiya , so it turn out to be a more romantic version of all fate . After i watched fate zero i feel liked it and liked the character Saber then i bought fate stay nigh (fate) and i really feel in love with the character.
So i recommend you watch this if you consider yourself a fate fan , it will not let you down just have to adjust your attitude a bit that this one is not a action genre type of cartoon not like Fate/Zero or UBW.
Which you enjoy the anime .

A great Fate series

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I always loves the Fate series. The Blu-ray come in a standard plastic wrapped case. A good buy!

Fate stay night

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This serie is amazing as your price 100% recomended

A good show

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Fate/stay night is a good show
As for the blu Ray it's your basic blu Ray with some features nothing amazing but if you want a fun little ride check this out

Fate/Stay Night is back in hi-def with Part 2!

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And now we get the second part of the 2006 Fate/Stay Night series. This set includes episodes 13-24 of the series again in 1080i HD.

The video and audio are essentially the same as the first series, which is honestly pretty good. There is rare macroblocking and smearing in big fights, but overall the image is very good for an upscaled video.

The audio is still a fantastic DTS-HD 2.0 setup, which is ideal for most people.

Finish off the original Fate storyline and watch the end of this path of the Holy Grail War. Highly recommended!

Fate/Stay Night

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This anime is simply amazing. It has action and drama mixed together with mythology and magic. The modern day setting with legendary mythical heroes is really cool. I normally prefer anime dramas (Kanon, Clannad, Air, etc.) over action series, but this anime combines the 2 genres very well. The voice cast, animation, story, and soundtrack are all top notch. It's a very addicting series. There are many great, and memorable characters that keep you interested in the story and wanting to know more about them. There is also a dash of comedy thrown in there to lighten the mood. It's a very well rounded series with a lot to offer. I honestly think that no matter what genre of anime you're into, Fate Stay/Night will make you a happy camper. I highly recommend it and I hope you enjoy it!

Don't Listen To the Fate Purist Fanboys

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This series can be pretty controversial as to whether it's actually good or not, but much of that is from purists and lemme tell you that you'll definitely want to give it a try.

The characters and developments are well-done and the story is gripping. Think of a Hunger Games-type fight over a wish-granting object but with characters right out of your literature class from high school. The music in the series is fantastic and there's a lot to love here.

Come on and fate/stay for the night and check it out!

The Collection Blu-Ray to Buy

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The better out of the two collection sets. No actual special features, but the Blu-Ray quality does a good job at making the fight scenes stand out.

The pacing is a bit off but there are a lot of great moments that make this a worthy buy for "Fate" fans.

The Collection to Buy

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If you're deciding over which collection blu-ray to buy, then I would recommend this one. You can pretty much go into this without much knowledge of what happened in the first 12 episodes and enjoy some great action scenes that the blu-ray quality helps strengthen.