Unboxing: Attack on Titan – Part 2 (Blu-ray) [UK]
02/02/2015 Leave a comment
Following on from last years ‘Deluxe Collectors Edition’ unboxing of Manga Entertainment’s Attack on Titan – Part 1 release we now return with the second half of the series; namely Attack on Titan – Part 2 and even before we unwrap the packaging its already a better product.
Why you ask? Well all of the bonus content remains intact on the Blu-ray Disc, as opposed to Part 1 which was stripped onto a DVD, and not only that viewers will find a ‘Beyond The Wall – Part 2’ notebook hidden away on the inside of the case; nice one!
So with introductions out of the way what can you expect from Attack on Titan – Part 2? Simple; the remaining episodes of the series, spread out evenly across two Blu-ray discs – all of which are presented in 1080p High Definition with a DTS accompanied English surround sound track; although if you prefer the original Japanese audio then thats included as well. In addition to this the second disc also features a variety of bonus content, including audio commentary, chibi episodes and snippets of an anime expo.
In terms of packaging then its pretty much the same as the first half, well the same style at least, as although different characters (and colours) are used the presentation is pretty much the same. Its the same packaging design used in both America and Australia; but it works quite well. The discs on the otherhands are also a nice touch, with stenciled styled character artwork on the disc thats coloured fully in blue – it’s unique and flows naturally with the set.
Overall the UK Blu-ray release of Attack on Titan – Part 2 is a far worthy addition to your collection than the disappointment that was the Deluxe Collectors Edition; however issues experienced with the first set still remain. For instance chapter points are all over the place and the english subtitles are disappointing; but its a relatively small price to pay to witness Attack on Titan at its best in the UK.
Attack on Titan – Part 2 is now available on Blu-ray and DVD within the UK.