Unboxing: Devil Survivor 2: The Animation – The Complete Series (Blu-ray)

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Back in October of last year MVM Entertainment released the anime adaptation of the dungeon-crawler-styled JPRG Game Devil Survivor 2 into the UK; and while the release offered mixed opinions – both in visual quality and storyline – it was a shame that the series never received a Blu-ray release; that is until last month. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Devil Survivor 2: The Animation – The Complete Series

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Let’s be clear Devil Survivor 2: The Animation is not a sequel to an unreleased series, it’s an anime based upon a Nintendo DS game of the same name and today we are going to see what this DVD release by MVM Entertainment of the series has to offer in our latest DVD Review.

Synopsis:

When the world is under attack by a monstrous and seemingly unstoppable enemy, the only way to fight back is with warriors who have already died! Sidestepping a gruesome fate in a subway crash during an earthquake, two young men and a girl find themselves recruited into the ranks of the Devil Summoners and given the ability to literally call up demons to battle against the mysterious Septenriones!

Can Hibiki, Daichi and Io survive in a war where demons face demons under human command? Where a person’s death can be seen in advance? Where every living being is just a game piece to be saved or expended? And where each clash comes with a clock counting down to Armageddon? Get ready to be immersed in the in the ultimate conflict between good and evil as the living, the dead and the demonic combine forces to send the invaders straight back to Hell! Read more of this post

MVM Entertainment Reveals Q4 2014 Line-Up; Introduces a Few Surprises Including Samurai Champloo on Blu-ray

mvm_logoMVM Entertainment’s own online store, Anime-On-Line has recently updated today to reveal the list of anime titles that they will be distributing within the fourth quarter of 2014, which takes place between October and December of the year, and lets just say that there are a few surprises in-store.

First of all the highly entertaining and much demanded Samurai Champloo will be getting it’s debut UK Blu-ray release on the 3rd November 2014; meanwhile the ‘Monogatari’ franchise continues with two new installments, Nekomonogatari White and Kabukimonogatari, both of which are being released onto Blu-ray.

Of course for those who enjoy the traditional DVD then you will find Devil Survivor 2: The Animation, Usagi Drop and Blade of Tempest. Basically we have got a lot to look forward to, but the current MVM Entertainment release schedule looks something like this: Read more of this post