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.hack//Quantum OVA [Blu-ray + DVD]


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Product Details

  • Format: DVD + Blu-ray, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Funimation! Unidisc
  • Release Date: Feb. 14 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0069556TU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,354 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

hack//Quantum – the latest installment in the phenomenally successful .hack franchise – dares fans to find out what’s been happening in The World since their last visit. Tobias, Mary, and Sakura are way into the The World. Together, they form an inseparable group, grinding toward the break of day and running dungeons in search of the artifacts of adventure. But when the trio becomes lost in this virtual labyrinth, a chance encounter with the mysterious entity known only as Hermit will change their lives forever. There’s an eerie darkness spreading across The World, and once you stumble in, you may never make it out.

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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Christopher K. Pord on March 27 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The .hack video franchise has been one of my favorite of all time up to and including it's movies and games. The movie arrived ahead of schedule and played as soon as I put it into the laptop and PS3 blue ray player. Not a negative comment from me, except I wish I wrote the review for this movie ahead of time and not having amazon tell me that I forgot.

Final conclusion, 10 out 10. Would I recommend to a friend? definitively. Fast Service and a great seller.

All I wish know is Phantasy Star Online 2 gets a North American release.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Another awesome entry in the Great Universe of .hack Feb. 16 2012
By Nishi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I was so hyped for the release of this DVD since it has been years since a .hack animation was released, and boy did this live up. The story is really cool, and the animation is just amazing. Along with that the special features are pretty neat and amusing to watch.

Story:

This is the first entry in the .hack animes to focus on the characters real life AND the game life at the same time, which is really cool to see since the games/manga/books have done this already. The students are new to the .hack franchise, but they use character modeled after Blackrose, Balmung and a Kite lookalike.

It takes place two years after the .hack//link game, and It seems that It may be setting up the .hack movie that just released in japan. The story was really cool and different than the previous .hack animes, so you won't see it copying from them.

Animation:

They did a wonderful job with the drawings in this anime. They were also all drawn by hand, instead of a computer, which makes you appreciate it even more. I watched the anime and special features on the DVD and I think they would look amazing on Blu-Ray.

Soundtrack:

Besides the story, I think the .hack universe needs to live up to its amazing soundtracks, and this one is no let down. It helps the flow of the story and you can make out slight nods to previous .hack music. The ending theme is pretty awesome as well.

Special Features:

Funimation included a ton of special features from the .hack versions of the DVD. The first set is "Go, our Chim Chims!!", which is in three parts (One for each episode). Its basically the .hack//gift - .hack//4KOMA of this era of .hack, but also explains some things from the anime you may have not picked up.

The next set they give you is three 15ish minute segments that range from cooking a hermit looking lunch, semi interview with the producer and lead animator (and has them doing flip drawings at an animators desk) and the final segment is focused on a quiz the Japanese release received (They tell you the questions in it though, so you could pause and answer them if you choose to. I was in the 7-9 range). All of them have Yui Ogura (Hermit Japanese voice) narrating/anchoring and they are pretty cool to watch, and I did find myself laughing at times.
They final set is a bunch of trailers for both the Japanese and English release of the DVD's, along with current Funimation releases.

Packaging:

It seems that anime releases that have Blu-Rays in them come in a regular Blu-Ray case, and a cardboard slip sleeve that is the length of DVD case, and has a cardboard bottom that the Blu-Ray can fit in. They did decide to make the case itself a "recyclable" case, but with the slip-sleeve it's not a big deal and is protected.
The DVD and Blu-Ray disc have the same look on them (title, background and Hermit) but it's in full color, and not cheaply made. On the back side of the paper insert has a poster like photo that you can see through the blu-ray inside.

Verdict:

I say buy this DVD right away, it may be only three episodes but it's the same length as any movie out there at the same price. For those that are new to the .hack Conglomerate will enjoy this OVA anime, and may even make you want to delve deeper into the huge universe .hack is. If you have watched the anime, played the games, read the books this anime has a TON of references in it that you will pick up and it's really cool seeing the easter eggs you can pick up.

~Written: Feb, 2012

Positives:
* Really cool addition to the .hack saga
* Awesome soundtrack
* Really well made anime
* Tons of special features
* Fantastic packaging
* Tons of easter eggs and hints at previous installments
* Cheap price

Negatives:
* None
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Love it Feb. 12 2012
By T-master - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
This is really great, I got my copy on feb 11th and got a special usb braclet that had 2 background pictures in 3 different sizes each, and the trailer that was pre loaded. ( bought mine from Funimation for same price but came with that braclet.) The story is great and funny and if you play mmo's you can relate to what goes on in the world as you see the adventure through Tobias, Mary, and Sakuya. The price suxs though for just 75mins and 50mins of extras, but if your a .Dot Hack fan your gonna love it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Amazing choice for fans and newbies July 27 2013
By Gooseman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I just finished watching this series and I have to say... It was just amazing.
I've been a .hack fan since the release of SIGN and the games and this is by far the best of the series despite it being an OVA.
As a fan I really enjoyed spotting all the cameos from characters from all series.
This is also a series you don't have to watch the previous shows to understand, and it will be just as good.
They did an amazing job with the animation it's bright, colorful, smooth, and when characters were far away they were done in simple CGI.
The soundtrack was great, it sounds similar to the style of Shadow of the Colossus but not as sad.
The voice acting was great! There was no crappy bored actors and they put alot of enthusiasm into it.
Although this series is the usual .hack story (comas, getting trapped in game, etc. etc.) it was done differently and pretty great IMO, I won't spoil it for you but you'll see what I'm talking about.
The reviews I read below really were the only reason I decided to watch this series, I was very skeptical at first glance when I saw they made the Balmung and Kite characters into female versions and I thought it was just going to be some near hentai goofy parody kind of like GIFT, but it was the complete opposite.
If you like action, this has a good dash of it plus the story is great I recommend this series to ANY anime fan, along with the .hack series (I suggest starting with SIGN then watching playthroughs of the original .hack games)
I really hope to see more series of the franchise like this, I'm definitely going to be watching this one again and again like I did with SIGN.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Awesome !! !! Feb. 20 2012
By Mr_Ektid - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
First time seeing this series and it was pleasant to watch, made me wanting to know what was going to happen in the next episode unlike most anime these days. Can't wait for the next episodes to be released.
A new addition to a great series July 15 2014
By paul fontana - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
Arrived quickly and the show itself was very good. A lot of references to the old anime and games with its own great story. worth the money.


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