Selector Infected WIXOSS Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD

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About Selector Infected WIXOSS Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD

Selector Infected WIXOSS Limited Edition contains episodes 1-12 of the anime directed by Takuya Satō.

In the popular game WIXOSS, there are special cards called LRIGs that few players know about - cards that possess personalities and wills of their own. Ruko is a teenage girl who just found one of these rare cards. Now, she can use her LRIG to battle in a strange, dark plane of existence. If she wins, her wishes will be granted - but what happens if she loses?

Special Features: Episode Commentary (Episodes 1, 12), Textless Songs, U.S. Trailer, Trailers.

Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.

Details

  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Themes: Battles
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Year Created: 2014
  • Release Date: 9/22/2015
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

7 reviews

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A Stellar Subversion of Card Games

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Wixoss is indeed an interesting series. Based off the card game of the same name, it offers a lot more than what one would expect from a similar type of series. The series focuses more on the characters and how the game affects them psychologically, rather than just simply making the game a more high stakes version of the card game it is based off of, like say Yu-Gi-Oh would. From writer Mari Okada (Nagi no Asukara), the show does admittedly, suffer from being a bit too overblown in terms of drama, as a lot of her shows have a tendency to do that. That being said, the scenes in the series are very much effective in conveying drama, alongside interesting plot twists, card fights that are less about what is going on and more so about the end results and what they mean in the grand scheme of things, as well as a fairly good setup for the second season, Selector Spread Wixoss. I would recommend it for someone who is looking for a darker take on the card game genre.

Catching

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I decided to write this review for people who may be interested in buying this show.
This show was at first for me, pretty slow, not crazy slow, but it could've added some juice for me. This show definitely reminds me of yu-gi-oh! Once the show started going for me it went off, it was not a light show at all, it has a dark secret twist that was actually rather shocking! Not what I was expecting. The animation for me was intriguing, has a weird way of literally sucking me in once the card games start happening, game play was hard to follow but eventually I picked it up enough to catch on. Characters have an alright devolopement and if it doesn't do it for you I believe the story will at least keep your attention. The emotions I felt throughout was excitement, intrigue, curiosity, and a sense of creativity. This show is now getting the second season release and I'm actually going to buy it as you'll need to in order to figure out the rest of the story. :) hope this helped you guys!

Much better than you might expect

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I'm not sure what it was about this show that made me decide to try it since it's an anime that was made to help sell a new card game. However, the show focuses entirely on telling its own very interesting story, and the game is more like scenery. It ends up being quite compelling, and doesn't get weighed down by trying to teach the game while you're watching.

Great Story, Interesting Concept, Enjoyable

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Definitely an interesting concept of story! It is a new genre that I am not used to but I am enjoying! The visuals are fantastic and audio is just amazing! The story world is built around a game that each player has to battle for what their wish is. Definitely worth checking out if you want to try something new!

Surprisingly Good

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This anime is tied to a real card game. Normally, such a title would either not involve cards at all, or be some kitschy Yugioh-type jokefest.

It almost was the latter, though with a more melancholy tone enhanced by plain art, subdued palette, and plenty of (often forced) angst. That there was a dark twist to the game was so obvious I was annoyed it took so long to reveal. But then, after that, things got even worse, with subsequent revelations leaving the question of how someone could be so demented.

I had to revise my opinion upward.

Honestly, I'd be fine if it ended where it did, but that does leave several holes and unexplained issues, and unresolved plot threads. The second season (Spread WIXOSS) will hopefully resolve those.

Even with a weak first act and plenty of flaws, this is actually worth a watch.

Worth watching.

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This show was definitely interesting and I will be buying the second season. That being said it is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. It is fairly drama heavy and has a few slow parts. The little bit of card battling that does happen is awesome, but there are only about five or six full card battles the rest are "off screen" and the outcomes are inferred based on characters reactions. Still a good show but definitely not what I would consider action.

Awesome show

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Awesome show with a dark side to it.