Fate/Zero Complete Box Set Blu-ray

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About Fate/Zero Complete Box Set Blu-ray

Fate/Zero Complete Box Set contains episodes 1-25 of the anime directed by Ei Aoki which is housed in a rigid box and includes Clear Blu-ray cases with 2-sided wraps plus a Mini-booklet.

Fate/Zero returns in a complete box set with its unaired extended episodes on Blu-ray!

The story starts from zero. To the beginning…

In the ultimate battlefield that is the Holy Grail War, seven Masters summon familiars called Servants to fight one another until only one survives. Their goal: to obtain the power of the Holy Grail, a relic that makes one’s formerly unattainable wish a reality. After three inconclusive Holy Grail Wars, the fourth battle has finally begun.

Hoping to win the battle, each Master heads toward the battlefield: the small Japanese city of Fuyuki.

Among the seven Masters is Kirei Kotomine, a tortured and lost soul who is unable to find a reason to fight in this war. This takes him toward an inevitable confrontation with rival Master Kiritsugu Emiya, a man who craves the Holy Grail’s miracle most of all.

NOTE: *Unaired extended episodes were previously included in AOA-2303B: Fate/Zero LIMITED EDITION Blu-ray BOX SET I and AOA-2304B: Fate/Zero LIMITED EDITION Blu-ray BOX SET II.

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.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English, Spanish
  • Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy
  • Themes: Battles
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 640
  • Release Date: 10/29/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

Fantastic Series, Mediocre Release

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The Fate Franchise really needs no introduction to most anime fans. This series is sort of a prequel to Fate/Stay Night, but at the same time it really can be enjoyed on its own. Going into it blind or after watching any of the Fate/Stay Night series (Unlimited Bladeworks, Heaven's Feel, etc.) will both give different types of enjoyment. The basics are there are a bunch of mages who summon historical figures to fight for the Holy Grail because it can grant wishes to the last one standing. The story delves into each of their motivations and covers the entire Grail War. It's a relatively dark, violent, and mature anime, but in my opinion doesn't revel in it. I'd recommend the show to anyone no question.

This release on the other hand is hilariously bare bones. It has no extras at all. Nothing at all. You just get the series. This is pretty ridiculous because the previous two part release had extras. They created completely new discs just to take some basic extras off the discs.

A masterpiece I was beginning to think I'd never get a blu ray copy of.

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The series itself is a masterpiece that on its own merits my 5-star stamp. So that's the short version right there.

I'd have liked to have gotten the original limited edition blu-ray boxsets, but, as I didn't have a blu ray player at the time, I got the DVDs. When I did finally get a blu ray player, however, those editions were...already out of print. So, when the trailer popped up for this coming out again in print from Aniplex on a blu ray box set, I was ecstatic, and I snatched that up ASAP. A show this beautiful NEEDS to be able to be seen with the blu ray treatment, and if they hadn't brought this back into print, I probably never would have gotten that opportunity. And for that alone, at the very least I'm grateful to Aniplex for bringing it back period.

Great for a FAN

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All the materials are fine, nothing wow!
This franchise is awesome! The story, the characters histories, the visuals, the soundtrack, very well done.
The box it isn't as rigid as the Fate stay night Heavens Feel I; II Blu Ray Unlimited Edition Box, feel more light, and the book doesn't show too much.
But if you are a fan of this franchise it wont let you down.
Both Blu Ray are definitely fine and looks very good, except for the back of the first one (I think the picture is not that good)