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  • Directors: Yuji Yamaguchi
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: MVM
  • DVD Release Date: 6 Dec. 2010
  • Run Time: 600 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003YXZHF8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,657 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 24 episodes of the Japanese anime series based on the computer game. After Shirou Emiya witnesses an altercation between two supernaturally skilled warriors, he becomes drawn into a battle between seven magi and their seven servants, resurrected legendary warriors from around the world. Paired with a powerful female servant known only as Saber, Shirou must now take his place as the seventh and last of the magi, and embark on the ultimate quest to find the Holy Grail.

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Going into this, I was very hesitant about my purchase. I had previously watched the Unlimited Blade Works film, as well as the prequel series Fate/Zero; both of which I really liked. In spite of this, based on what I had read and talked to people about, this series was said to be inferior.

After experiencing the series first-hand now, I have to say that it is indeed inferior to UBW and Fate/Zero (although comparisons to Zero are usually foolish, as it is easily one of the best anime of the last few years). The plot is overly long and stretched out, leaving the pacing very muddled and confused.

In spite of several moments in the series which were amazing and I could easily watch over and over, as a whole the plot just seemed lacklustre and bland at points. Some character motivations are never really explained and leave you scratching your head, while others have far too much attention placed on them, to the point where it detracts from the plot.

This series also continues a popular trope of modern anime in that, for some reason, almost every character has to have something to do with Highschool. And in the context of this series, it makes very little sense. A battle royale to the death amongst Mages from powerfull families the world over who summon history's greatest heroes in a clash to decide the possessor of an omnipotent wish granting artifact. The premise sounds very good, however factor in the idea that for some reason every Mage that competes, bar one, originate from the same town; the majority of which attending the Highschool. It could have easily been an epic scoped battle, however the unnecessary use of Highschool students results in emotional immaturity and narrow vision.

The main character is also very lacking.
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This series is is very impressive to say the lest and makes me want to see more of the series. Taken from a PSP visual novel, the plot is about a battle royal between seven masters who can summon the spites of heroes to fight for them to option the holy grail. However the fights themselves don't happen very often. when they do, there good fights, but not to Bleach/Naruto/one piece standards. per sonly though, i don't really have to much of a problem with this, but if you're an action junky who only cares about battles and fights, then this might not be to your liking.
Fate Stay Night's real strength lies in its characters. While the fights arnt to frequent, the bulk of the story is revolved around the life of the main protagonist, Shirō Emiya, as he comes to terms with the events that are occurring. the cast itself is a very likeable. since the main emphasis on the series is carictrer development, you begin to care about what happens to the characters as the story progresses.
I haven't watched the series in its ordinal japanese and have only watched the dub. while the voice acting is good, there are some voices which you might need to get use. That said, you would be able to identify familiar voices in the mix. Best performances in my opinion are Sam Riegel (tales of Xillia-Jude) who plays Shiro and Liam O Brian (Naruto- Garra) who plays Archer.
overall, to an Anime fan who is looking for another series to loose your self in, i would recommend Fate Stay Night
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J R J HARRIS on 6 Jun. 2013
Just finished watching this brilliant anime. Personally I loved it and was gutted when it finished. Great plot. Great character development. Epic battles (but thankfully not every given minute). And the music really lends itself to the feel of the story. If your a fan of fantasy action anime then this is it. Really hard to compare but if I had to I'd put it in the category of a serious sekirei minus the bouncing boobies and claymore. Still for me I wanted more. Utterly hooked from start to finish.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. W. Evans on 2 April 2012
First off let me say this if your looking for pulse pounding action and fights don't look here, even though there are epic fights to be seen there few and very far apart instead this anime is more about the characters themselves and how they devlope over time.

The reason why I only gave four stars and not five is becuase the anime is not a complete story as those who have played the orginal Type-moon game that fate/stay is based on would know since this anime is only based on one route in the game

To be honest I was not keen on the english voice acting so I prefered to watch it with the english subs and orginal audio but thats more becuase I tend to dislike english dubs quite a bit

as for the characters yes the main character can get quite annyoing at times with his super hero complex but hes not all bad he has his moments in the sun and you can't help but respect a guy who takes a hit to preotect a girl and because of that I quite liked him, The character Saber though is by far my favourite and despite how strong she acts there are moments when she makes me laugh and smile, Rin on the other hand is a typical unhonest girl when it comes to what she really thinks, and then there is Archer he's a great character too but again because this anime only shows one aspect of the story you don't get to learn more about him

for an anime its entertaining enough to keep you watching it more depends on your own taste in anime then anything else so you will either fall in love with the characters and enjoy the anime or you won't but I on the other hand did enjoy the anime and would recommend it
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