From RACS news letter wrote:Aniplex of America confirmed on Thursday that it will release the Fate/Zero television anime series on Blu-ray Disc in North America. The first box set, which will contain the first 13 episodes of the series, is slated to be released on March 7, the same day the set will be released in Japan. The box set will include English subtitles and an English translation booklet for the included Japanese production material booklet. The set will also contain unaired footage from the series. Other extras contained in the set include the series' first original soundtrack and a drama CD written by original novel author Gen Urobuchi.
Before you get too excited, the MSRP on the box is going to be around $500. Never the less, we're going to try to get a few in any case and will have it up for pre-order once we get a qnty confirmation.
Romdeau wrote:With the end of Fate/Zero on the horizon, any thoughts from you forum regulars about the series? I for one have thoroughly enjoyed it, despite a couple of bumpy (minor) sides. It's a shame I can't own the series legally without paying $700 US and that is not an exaggeration.
Shirozaki wrote:I can't get over the fact that the Natalya episode aired on Mother's day. It's either coincidence, or a very sick sense of humour.
With that said, I enjoyed watching it, a very faithful adaption. And I hope Girls' Work will be as good. And I hope that marks the end of the Fate Franchise Milking Project (haha...).
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