Seven Senses of the Re'Union Blu-ray

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About Seven Senses of the Re'Union Blu-ray

Seven Senses of the Re'Union contains episodes 1-12 of the anime directed by Yoshihito Nishoji.

Six years ago, Asahi Kuga died while playing the incredibly popular MMORPG "Union" with her friends. Now, after a worldwide scandal that saw the game pulled from the net, a new re-engineered version is back online, and, to the shock of Asahi's former teammate Haruto, so is Asahi!

As impossible as it seems, the virtual version of Asahi that Haruto finds trapped in a treasure chest has all of Asahi's memories, but with no body to return to, she's trapped in the game. And that's not the only mysterious thing going on in Re'Union. Someone is manipulating the players, pitting them against each other and forcing them to develop the games special Sense skills. Who is literally playing with their lives and what is their agenda?

Special Features: Japanese Promos, Clean Opening Animation, Clean Closing Animation.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Video Games
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 12/3/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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a terrible anime not worth spending unless its 90% off. a plot that is as lazy as its protagonists are bland. without spoilers, the story goes nowhere for basically the whole anime, and the end wraps up without much effort to have any meaningfulness... pass this one up.

Not worth it


I wanted to like this anime. I really did. Taking Anohana's story and putting it in an SAO type of setting had the potential to really bring out some great characters and a moving story.

Unfortunately, the show doesn't capitalize on that potential at all. The characters are boring and don't leave much of an impact, and the story idles for too long and throws a nonsensical twist in at the end that doesn't add anything useful. As much as it pains me to say, you're better off skipping this one.