Fate/Stay Night Heaven's Feel II. lost butterfly Limited Edition Blu-ray
About Fate/Stay Night Heaven's Feel II. lost butterfly Limited Edition Blu-ray
Fate/stay Night Heaven's Feel II. lost butterfly Limited Edition includes the anime movie directed by Tomonori Sudo contained in a rigid box which houses the Original Soundtrack II, Art Book with key visuals plus magazine art and various illustrations, plus an Animation Materials Deluxe Booklet featuring staff interviews and more! While supplies last also receive an Exclusive Bushiroad’s Weiß Schwarz card!
"The opponent I must fight still remains in this town."
Based on the record-breaking visual novel Fate/stay night, the final route, a.k.a. the Sakura Route, has been made into a three-part theatrical feature. Now its second chapter comes to Blu-ray.
Shirou Emiya made his choice: to keep fighting, and to protect Sakura Matou. Due to the participation of Zouken Matou in the Holy Grail War, and his summoning of the Servant True Assassin, things begin to distort, steadily worsening day by day. Resolved to protect Sakura and not betray her, Shirou refuses to leave the battle. While Sakura worries about Shirou, she also finds herself entangled in her own fate as a mage. However, their fervent wishes are about be crushed by the mysterious black shadow that covers the city, killing Masters and Servants one by one…
Special Features: PV & CM with English subtitles
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, Central and South America 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.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English, Spanish
- Genre: Action, Fantasy
- Themes: Battles
- Age Rating: 16+
- Run Time: 117
- Year Created: 2019
- Release Date: 11/19/2019
- Dimensional Weight: 1.3
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Even Better Than The 1st!!
by BlueSpade70226 -
Ufotable hits another home run with the 2nd Chapter of the Heaven's Feel route. With more characters being involved, a darker story, and having one of the Best and most intense Fight scenes of the Fate Franchise to date, this is a truly must watch for any fan of the series and the visual novels. This movie ends in a way that will make fans want to watch the 3rd and Final chapter in Great anticipation.
A perfect sequel.
by Jonathan -
Without a doubt a must have! The first movie was an incredible experience, and seeing as it was announced as a trilogy, one can only think about how they would follow up.
Well they did it.
Ufotable has blown all eyes away with their beautiful and extraordinary animation in this installment. Yuki Kajiura has done it again with her best Soundtrack to date.
If you did not get the chance to see it in theaters, then do not worry about buying this movie and gambling about whether it will be good or not, for it's worth every cent spent on it. The first limited edition did not disappoint, and seeing the cover for this one, it definitely won't either. The soundtrack is a must have, and the single by Aimer is without a doubt a banger! If you loved the first movie, then you will not be disappointed by this one.
This movie is a 10/10. The only gripe I had with it was there wasn't enough of Illya.
Fate/stay night Heaven's Feel II
by Avalon -
Fate franchise is mostly known for its amazing fight scenes and amazing artwork. This sequel lacks neither, as ufotable raised the bar again. It is simply astounding how they are improving with each new anime they make. This movie is a feast to the eyes, an excellent sequel.
If you liked the first movie, you are going to like this even more, and I bet ufotable will go above and beyond with the last movie of the trilogy.
Best of Fate
This movie was a perfect sequel to the first. Some of the greatest animation Ufotable have every graced us with. The OST is breathtaking, and the story pulls you in. It goes all in on the little time it has for action. But the drama makes up for it if you are a fan of such. The art book is a neat bonus with some great illustrations. To all fate fans, this film is worth is. And if you want a little added extra, don't be scared to get this addition of it.
PS - This is written by someone hasn't read the Visual Novel.
by Kazuyoshi -
The contents of the special edition are superb. The art book hardcover and contains illustrations from various artists. There are some FGO illustrations as well sprinkled in.
The interview booklet is a paperback and has a tendency to collect fingerprints because of the texture of the cover. It contains a lot of interesting questions and answers which the staff is very candid about. Definitely worth the read if you’re invested in the series.
The box and art book both have a very shiny red inlay that is difficult to capture in photo and accents it very well.
As for the movie itself, this segment focuses more on Sakura’s development. Whereas, the first was more setting the scene. This one is definitely more emotional.