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Sword Art Online Part 2 (Episodes 8-14) [DVD]


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  • Actors: Haruka Tomatsu
  • Directors: Tomohiko Ito
  • Format: Dubbed, PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: 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: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Jan. 2014
  • Run Time: 175 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00F9WR3DG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,182 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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It's been 2 years since the players of Sword Art Online have been trapped in this life-or-death adventure. As Kirito and Asuna get closer, Asuna starts to want distance from the Knights of the Blood, but her wish does not come easy. Kirito challenges Heathcliff to a duel to win Asuna's freedom but is no match for him and Kirito ends up joining the Knights of the Blood himself. The Assault Team launches an attack on the 75th floor boss, but they find the Skull Reaper to be an extremely tough foe! Meanwhile, Kirito begins to feel suspicious of Heathcliff's actions…

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Format: Blu-ray
Sword Art Online, most critically acclaimed anime of 2012. Is it any good-well sort of. When a discussion about SAO comes around peoples either say: "It's the best anime evarrrr!" or "OMG SAO is da worst anime evar!" To be honest it's somewhere in the middle. Technically it falls short on many fronts. There characters are undeveloped and un-relatable. Also, the pacing is terrible. However there is something turely enjoyable in this show. It may be the MMO references or the well animated fight scenes coupled with an excellent Yuki Kajura soundtrack. I think the way to describe this show is wasted potential. The first 3 episodes painted a dark and realistic representation about the psychological implication about living in a deadly virtual world. However it then turned into a generic "girl of the week" type show that didn't really keep my interest. The real question to answer if this show is wroth buying. Honestly ,for £60, I would say no. Much better shows are available for that price range (Fate/Zero,cowboy bebop, code geass, ghost in the shell ect.). In spite of that if you're a real fan then you may think it's worth it. For the type of people who like to buy lots of anime and though the show was okay, buy the first two sets and leave the sub par second season alone.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gilded Hero on 29 Nov. 2013
Format: Blu-ray
SAO episodes 1-14 are one of the few animes that after watching, I just want more. Only Neon Genesis Evangelion has left me with that feeling. SAO is an extremely good anime with high end animation. The first 14 episodes are truly spectacular, however the show goes down hill after that. Thankfully episode 14 can act as a conclusion, but the first half is very much worth picking up. Sure, it may be a bit expensive but it's affordable so I'm not complaining. Me and my friend will marathon this series when I have volumes 1 & 2, looking forward to it!
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By AnimeCollector on 16 Oct. 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Okay, its all personal preference and what not, but they didn't hold any arguments, and therefore taking their advice and not buying this show would be a very silly move on your part.
Without spoiling the show, the story revolves around a young boy who is trapped inside of an online multiplayer game with his only means of escape being to essentially 'beat the game', it has romance, action, super funny scenes and memorable characters and is easily going to be a no-brainer purchase for those who have kept up with this series, this particular item is the blu-ray version, meaning the animation looks more crisp, colourful and generally of better quality, yes, the price may seem a bit high, but if your paying for these as they are released, then you have to save up £19 every other month for the next volume, which im sure even a five year old who wants everything they see can accomplish.
Personally, i think this is great value considering prices overseas are almost ludicrous for an animated series of anything! And i recommend this for people who want to see what popular anime is like nowadays, if you want to try before you buy, CrunchyRoll and other streaming websites have this series, enjoy.
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By James Gow on 3 July 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Honestly I'm my opinion , I don't really like anime.. My friends showed me like hundreds yet I'm not interested but I saw two episode of this and I was hooked , I got part 1,2,3 and 4 on blu ray .. It's 5 star but !!! I got part 2 and there first and still haven't got part 1 and 4 , I would of thought that they would have put them all together as one package as I ordered them all at the same time and place ... It's stupid! But other than that it's amazing 5 star!!!
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Continuing my review of Part 1, Sword Art Online is one of the most passionate and satisfying anime series I've seen in recent years. And especially in the second part, you get to witness a lot of charm and emotion. The developing relationship between Asuna and Kirito is really lovely to watch and it's surprising to see just how far they go in such a short space of time. It's true that like most animes the writers couldn't help but add in a little bit of 'fan service' to satisfy some viewers pleasures, and some of the scenes and jokes can be seen as a little bit inappropriate. But if anything else, they are little more than a bit of light-humour, which helps to keep the series from being too dark or intimidating. Of all the parts of Sword Art Online, this is perhaps the most charming one.
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By anthony mercer on 22 May 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
this is a great series very good story line and the picture quality is excellent it is a must buy
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Format: DVD
When it comes to series that are set inside a video game world they always seem to be a bit boring for numerous reasons, but Sword Art Online is different from those other series. For one thing this series is based on a series of books, or light novels, so there is only so much that could be done with it because of that.
I will say this now; if you are not a video game fan, let alone an RPG (Role Playing Game) or MMORPG (Massive Multi-player Online Role Playing Game) fan, then it is unlikely that you would enjoy this series. Some video game fans might not like it either. This is a series that you will either like or hate depending on how much you like RPG, or MMORPG, video games.

STORY
Set in the not too distant future of 2022 technology has advanced to the point that Virtual Reality (VR) technology has come around, and is used to transport people to the world of a VR video game. On the launch day for Sword Art Online the creator of the game traps people inside it, and makes it so that if you die in the game then you die in reality. If people want out of the game then they need to beat all one hundred floors and beat the final boss.
That pretty much sums up the basics, but there is more to it than just that. Through out the first half of the series it does like to focus on death, survival, and various other themes. The only problem I actually had with the first half is that there are a lot of time skips to the point that you'd wish that there would be more, so that when something happens you have a better reaction. The first half could have been at least double in length since it does span over two years of the players life.
If I start talking about the second half of the series it'll massively spoil half the series, so I'll just skip it.
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