No Game No Life Zero Premium Edition Box Set Blu-ray/DVD
About No Game No Life Zero Premium Edition Box Set Blu-ray/DVD
No Game, No Life Zero is the prequel movie to the anime series and comes with a chipboard box, 76 page booklet, and large sticker.
6,000 years before Sora and Shiro rocked the world of Disboard, black rain falls from the sky and multiple species fight a desperate battle for survival. Constantly caught in the crossfire between the more powerful magical races, Humanity is on the edge of extinction, always on the retreat. But amidst the chaos and destruction, one young man, Riku, has a vision of a better future. And the first step towards achieving that goal comes in a dead city, where he encounters Schwi, an exiled female android who seeks to know one thing: what it is to have a human heart.
The mysterious past of the world of Disboard is unveiled and the ultimate game begins in the spectacular prequel to the hit TV series!
Special Features: Japanese Promos, Behind the Scenes with Sentai Filmworks Staff & Cast
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure, Fan Service
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 105
- Release Date: 8/28/2018
- Dimensional Weight: 1.32
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Planning your Future
by EDGARDO -
No Game No Life Zero, Is like a story of how Tet the One True God received his title. In the Beginning of the Movie he tells his tale how the world was like before Sora and Shiro came to his world. That two persons that are similar to Sora and Shiro existed back then that helped change the world's fate. This is a tale of the world's origin of what Tet has seen and what changes he made to preserve it's future. The Movie was great to see how it all started and what Challenges come your way to have fun.
by Skylar -
the package was nicely wrapped. good quality booklet.
by Hellsing -
I'm a fan of the series. This movie is no different. I really enjoyed the time frame it was set in. It's just a movie. So don't expect an elaborate story line as you would in a whole series. Alot of great visuals. The art was on point. Some parts may seem rushed or underdeveloped. But again. It's just a movie. It's hard to pack as much story as you can in without feeling overwhelmed with plot. If you've seen the main series you will recognize a few different characters. I'd say buy it. No reason not to for the price. If you are a fan of the series why not help fund the next NGNL title?
Sentai Does it Again! A Great Release for a Great Movie
by Landon -
When I first watched No Game No Life, I didn't think much of it. The premise behind it was unique, but I thought it was a little light on world building and in the end left me scratching my head. I was a little bit skeptical at first going into NGNL Zero, since I thought the show was only okay, but I gave it a try and I'm glad I did. The movie, in contrast to the show, takes a more serious approach and does an excellent job of driving the overarching plot as well as solidifying the lore of disboard.
The chipboard box is made of thick cardboard with an illustration of Schwi and Riku on the front. The signature chessboard pattern, that the series is known for, is holographic which makes the artwork stand out even more. The included softcover art book contains concept art, character art, as well as some manga pages and a short story which is surprising to see at this price point. Overall it's an excellent release by Sentai at a more than reasonable price.
by Austin Wasmund -
All I can say is, that the box set is amazing and beautiful. Along with this, the film No Game No Life Zero was a beautiful story and did really well for the building of the end of the war 6,000 years back.
Another Great Addition!
by JOHNNY -
To start off, this movie does an incredibly good job of covering a lot within the limitations of a feature and keeps it relevant with the main series. In terms of the box set, this is a very gorgeous box adorned with a shiny holographic design which I feel is its strongest appeal and would be great with the limited edition of the main series. Overall feel and quality of the case and contents are some of the highest that Sentai has to offer, none of the contents feel cheap at all, you won't be disappointed!