Plastic Memories Volume 2 Blu-ray
About Plastic Memories Volume 2 Blu-ray
The heartwarming finale to writer Naotaka Hayashi's (Steins;Gate) original love story!
"I hope one day you'll be reunited."
As Tsukasa continues his work at SAI, he starts to wonder whether or not the Giftias can regain their memories after their OS replacement. However, he always gets the same answer of "NO" no matter who he asks. Until one day he encounters a Giftia from Terminal Service Three named Andie, who turns out to be Eru's best friend Olivia after her OS replacement. As Tsukasa learns more about Giftias and grows closer to Isla, he must also comes to terms with her lifespan getting close to the end... in Plastic Memories Volume 2.
Plastic Memories Volume 2 contains episodes 8-13 plus collectible illustration cards, clear BD cases with 2-sided wraps.
Special Features: Staff and Cast Memorial Message Book, Web Previews.
Spoken Languages: Japanese with English and Spanish subtitles.
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, Central America, and South America only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan. All sales are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, but unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English, Spanish
- Genre: Romance, Science Fiction
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 144
- Release Date: 9/27/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
A Great Buy for A Great Anime
by Matthew -
Just got my copy in the mail recently, and it doesn't disappoint! The box art is really beautiful, as are the collectible post cards. I put the discs into my PS4 to check out the quality of the videos and everything, and it's so nice. The subtitles aren't clunky (like Sentai's), and the video quality is beautiful, as is the sound quality. If you really love this anime that doesn't give a rip about your feels, then this purchase is definitely for you.
Bring your Kleenex
by Skooge -
Excellent series. Not terribly original in concept, and it suffers from the usual cliches found in many romantic comedies, if I were to nit pic. But, other than that, everything else concerning character development/interactions, was very well executed. All the characters were likable. It had a good mix of comedy, romance, and small amounts of innocent fan service, which provided welcomed intermissions between some hardcore, tear inducing moments. I really can't remember the last time I've cried so much. It's SO freaking sad sometimes.
no dubs no buy
Good anime wish it was dubbed