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  • Actors: Chie Nakamura, Junko Takeuchi, Noriaki Sugiyama
  • Directors: Hayato Date
  • Format: Animated, Box set, PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 24 Dec. 2007
  • Run Time: 614 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000W2FIBC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,840 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

No One Ever Said Exams Were Easy! Naruto and his Genin (rookie ninja) team-mates Sasuke and Sakura must complete their second exam in order to be considered Chuunin (intermidiary level Ninja). In order to avoid flunking they must embark on their most dangerous mission yet. A harrowing battle of survival to retrieve the two magical scrolls of 'Heaven' and 'Earth' and to return them to the Tower before the rival ninja teams do so. What at first seems a fairly straightforward mission soon becomes a five day battle for survival against rival teams and hidden enemies in the Forest of the Hidden Leafs. Old scores will be settled and Naruto and his friends will be tested to the limits. These are not your average high school exams. People will be hurt and some may never return. At long last - a Manga series that's worth its shurikens - DVD Review Full of energy, epic storylines and gob smacking action. - DVD Monthly

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Snook VINE VOICE on 31 May 2008
Naruto returns for a second series after the amazing first one. It carries on exactly where it left off. With the remaining candidates for the chunin exams, including the nine rookies of the leaf village, about to enter the forest of death.

The forest of death story arc takes up half of this series boxset. It sees the genin ninja using their skills to gather the earth and heaven scrolls and to get to the tower at the centre of the forest within 5 days. Each team starts off with either a heaven or an earth scroll, so the objective of the exam is to steal the required scroll from rival teams, while at the same time trying to protect their own scroll. This leads to an action packed story arc full of twists and turns in the plot. There is also some lovely characterisation with characters such as Sasuke, Rock Lee and especially Sakura It sounds simple enough, however, there is more going on than they realise. The main antagonist of the Naruto series, Orochimaru, is introduced in this boxset. This particular character darkens the tone of the series considerably.

The second half of the series focuses on the aftermath of the forest of death exam. The ninja who survived the forest of death are pitted against eachother in a preliminary round before the final exam. This particular section of the series has loads of characterisation of pretty much all the characters. You also get to see the different skills of the other ninja who were introduced at the start of the chunin exams. The action is also really intense. The fight with Rock Lee had me on the edge of my seat.

So the second series of Naruto is just about superior to the first season in every way. It is even more action packed, funny and emotional. And the story is brilliant too.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. D. M. Sutton on 11 July 2010
Naruto Unleashed series two is one of the more action and story packed series. In this series we are introduced to the main villain of Naruto Unleashed who also plays a fairly big part in Shippuden his name is, Orochimaru and he's got his sights set on Sasuke.

Series two starts pretty much where the first left off. The ninja who got through the first phase of the Chunin exams are about to begin there dangerous journey through the second phases forest of death. The genin ninja must use the skills they know to battle off agravating enemies and get there hands on the earth and heaven scrolls and get to the tower of the forest within the space of 5 days. This takes up the first half of the series and is named by most fans the Forest of Death arc. There are plenty of twists, turns and battles for the viewer to enjoy and it introduces Orochimaru whom gives this series a much darker tone. He has left his mark on Sasuke and now when the curse mark takes over him he becomes unaware of his deadly strength.

The second half of the series focuses on the aftermath of the Forest of Death events, the skilled ninja are pitted against each other in a preliminary round. This brings some characterisation to all charcters not to mention some really ace fights that will have you on the edge of your seat. The fight between Naruto and Kiba did as did the battle between Gaara and Rock Lee they are fights you should really look out for in this box set.

This season is far superior to the first season in literally every way. More emotionally charged fights, better story, even more fighting, it's darker, it's also a little bit more comic at times. Also the opening song is better than the first season's. (Haruka Kanata by Asian Kung Fu Generation) is a great new opening song. Naruto is a must have for any anime fan or fan of the manga. If you wern't sure whether to by this after the first then do I promise the action just gets better from here on in.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Retlor on 22 Oct. 2008
The episodes themselves I give 5/5. This is some of the best that Naruto has to offer. They are constantly entertaining and action-packed. Don't worry about that.

The DVDs are, however, a disappointment. They have both the english dub, which is fairly good, and the japanese. However, the subtitles are merely the words of the dub. This means that to those of you who speak japanese and can understand the audio, this is going to grate. It also means that there are times when there is japanese audio but no accompanying subtitle, or vice-versa. The first season box set had subtitles that were translated from the Japanese, why couldn't this one?

In addition, neither the opening nor closing songs have subtitles. Again, the first season didn't have this problem, they translated them. Fansubbing groups have been giving us karaoke openings for free for years, and a company that's making money off of this can't give us plain old subs? Poor showing. In addition, the space after the opening that was used during broadcast to announce the show's sponsors is left on, but with the voice edited out. This means that there's a little 10 second pause after each opening. This could and should have been edited out.

All in all the presentation of the DVD smacks of laziness and corners cut. A decent set of subtitles that were directly translated from the Japanese is a necessity for a DVD like this. I give the DVDs presentation 2/5
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Despite the fact that first season got it right, inexplicably, the second season fails to translate the Japanese into English with subtitles. The only subtitles that are available are for the English dubbed version of the series, which is disgraceful, especially considering that the box tries to tell you that it is the translated version. Often you will see subtitles where no words are spoken. That is because the English dubbed version and the Japanese version are different, and purists will pick up on this immediately, casual viewers will merely be confused. Often what is being said in the subtitles has nothing to do with what is actually being said, because in the English dubbed version of the show, they try to match the words spoken to the lip-movements. Without proper subtitles, there is literally no reason to watch this in its original Japanese version, as you are missing out on the experience that would give you anyway.

Do not buy this, avoid it like the plague, you are throwing your money away supporting the lazy people at Manga. Rather buy Naruto from a different manufacturer that actually cares about its viewing audience and doesn't lie in its advertising.
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