Patlabor: The New Files – The Complete Series – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Patlabor: The New Files – The Complete Series

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $32.82 / £26.78 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 16 (2 Disc Set)

Plot: Every cop has a story to tell, but not all of them are safe to show on television. That’s especially true in the crazed world of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police’s Special Vehicle Section, because when you toss giant robots into the mix almost anything can happen. A teddy bear holding people hostage and a search for albino alligators may just be typical days on the job, but what about an undercover mission into a public bathhouse looking for suspicious moles?

What happens when the only place where you and your coworker can wait out a typhoon is a room in one of Japan’s notorious “Love Hotels”? Then there’s that drunken weekend at the hot springs and the infamous “underwear incident.” But not every story has a humorous edge, and what begins as a battle for corporate survival turns into a melee in the streets as the makers of the deadly Griffin return for the ultimate exercise in urban combat! Noa Izumi and the men and women of the SV2 reveal the stories that couldn’t be told before!

Patlabor: The Movie 2 – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Patlabor: The Movie 2

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $22.99 / £15.86 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 Feature-Length-Film (1 Disc Set)

Plot: A rogue military jet bombs a Tokyo bridge. The city is in panic. But is it a real terrorist attack, the first stage of a coup, or the opening gambit of an even more Machiavellian plot? As the military attempts to take control and Martial Law is declared, the task of untwisting the complex web of secrets, lies, and betrayals falls to the convoluted mind of Captain Kiichi Goto.

But when the Defense Forces have been turned against each other and government itself may be suspect, who can he depend on as his ground troops in a bid to pull the country back from the brink of oblivion? The men and women of the SV2 and their mobile force of Ingram patrol robots, of course.

Patlabor: The Movie – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Patlabor: The Movie

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $22.99 / £15.86 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 Feature-Length-Film (1 Disc Set)

Plot: Earth’s sea levels are slowly rising and coastal cities around the world have been forced to resort to drastic measures to keep floods of Biblical proportions at bay. Nowhere has the need been more desperate than in Japan, where the city of Tokyo has launched the massive Babylon project: a land reclamation undertaking so vast that it can only be completed with the aid of human-piloted construction robots called Labors.

Unfortunately, any invention can be used for good or for evil, so to keep the Labors from being misused the Tokyo police maintain their own units of Patrol Labors. Now the officers of the SV2 are about to receive their ultimate trial by fire as multiple waves of Labors begin to mysteriously go berserk all at once. As the armored blue line fights to maintain control of the resulting chaos, they must also solve the mystery behind the outbreaks. Are they random? Are they tied to the construction of Babylon itself? Or is there a human element secretly orchestrating the ultimate destruction of the entire city?

Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl – The Complete Series (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl – The Complete Series (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack)

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

DVD Region: 1 (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region 1 only

Price: Limited Edition $119.98/ £78.00 (Excludes Postage) – OUT OF PRINT
Standard Edition $47.98 / £34.07 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 13 (2 Blu-ray & 2 DVD Set)

Plot: Makoto Niwa just moved to the city to live with his aunt Meme after his parents were reassigned to work overseas. He is perfectly fine with that, saying it will give him the chance to live the dream life of an adolescent boy. He keeps track of the things he does by assigning “points” to them – positive or negative – and adds them up on a regular basis to grade his adolescent life.

And then he discovers Meme has a secret daughter (and self-proclaimed alien) named Erio. He finds her rolling around by the front door of Meme’s house wrapped up in a futon. It is then he realizes that his dream adolescent life will not come true, and begins a life of experiences that are out of this world.

NoCome: My Mental Choices Are Completely Interfering With My School Romantic Comedy – The Complete Series – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

NoCome: My Mental Choices Are Completely Interfering With My School Romantic Comedy – The Complete Series

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $31.15/ £21.49 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 11 (1 Disc Set)

Plot: Due to a strange curse called Absolute Choice, Kanade Amakusa’s life has turned into a “choose your own adventure” game from Hell. Series of options that seem designed to cause him the maximum possible duress and/or public embarrassment randomly appear in front of him, and if he doesn’t choose one he suffers agonizing pain. Needless to say, his resulting bizarre behavior has already branded him as one of his school’s five worst social misfits, and things get even weirder when he chooses one of the strangest options yet: “have a beautiful girl fall from the sky.”

Not only does the adorable Chocolat drop on him like a bag of bricks, but she seems to have been sent to help remove the curse! Only, she can’t remember how because she has amnesia. But it has something to do with missions he has to perform, and if he fails to achieve the objective of any of them, he’ll be stuck with the curse for life!

Highschool of the Dead – The Complete Collection (Collectors Edition Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Highschool of the Dead – The Complete Collection (Collectors Edition DVD/ Blu-ray Combo Pack)

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

DVD Region: 1 (Confirmed NOT Playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A only

Price: $80.99 / £56.92 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 12 + OVA ( 2 Blu-ray & 3 DVD Disc Set)

Plot: The lockers are splattered with blood, the student bodies are piling up and that’s not mystery meat they’re eating in the cafeteria… it’s the faculty! And that’s just the start of the worst day of school ever when a nightmarish virus is unleashed, turning humans into flesh eating zombies and converting Fujimi High School into a literal hell on Earth. Now it’s a crash course in survival, and the only test or skill that matters is the ability to keep moving, breathing and fighting.

Because if nerds, jocks and the surviving staff can’t find a way to work together to escape this carnal house of education, they’re all going to end up on the menu. And that’s assuming there’s anyplace safe left to escape to. At the sound of the school bell, the Zombie Apocalypse will begin as Kumuro, Saya, Rei, Busujima, Hirano band together in the ultimate collectors’ edition of the wildest anime about reanimated corpses ever: HIGH SCHOOL OF THE DEAD!

Hozuki’s Coolheadedness – The Complete Collection – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Hozuki’s Coolheadedness – The Complete Collection

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $38.45/ £27.02 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 13 (2 Disc Set)

Plot: There are hard jobs, there are jobs that seem outright impossible, but in the end, the most difficult job in all creation probably belongs to Hozuki, Hell’s hardest working bureaucrat. That’s because Hozuki is Deputy Chief to Enma, the King of Hell. Enma spends all his time sitting in judgment of the recently deceased, so it’s up to Hozuki to keep the dark half of the afterlife running smoothly. And that would be hellishly complicated even if Hell wasn’t constantly short on good help.

Fortunately, Hozuki’s not the typical bureaucratic hothead you’d expect to find heading a department of infernal affairs. Fiendishly clever and determined enough to dedicate multiple lifetimes to a task (though not necessarily his OWN lifetimes), he’ll get the job done even if it means breaking a few unbreakable rules and running circles around Hell’s normal operating procedures. As for patience… well, Hell hasn’t frozen over quite yet, so the verdict’s still out on that, but he doesn’t suffer fools lightly, let alone damned fools. After all, that Highway to Hell isn’t going to get paved with just good intentions, so if someone has to suffer for all eternity, Hozuki’s damned sure that it’s not going to be himself in HOZUKI’S COOLHEADEDNESS!

Golden Time – Collection 2 – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Golden Time – Collection 2

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $34.01 / £23.86 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 13 – 24 (2 Disc Set)

Plot: Adjusting to college life is hard enough for most students, but ever since Banri Tada lost all his memories he’s literally being haunted by the spirit of the person he was before the accident. And now that the Banri-that-is has fallen in love with Koko instead of Linda, the girl his old self was in love with, the ghost of the Banri-that-was is stepping up its efforts to sabotage his new relationship with every power at its disposal.

Since past-Banri can sometimes take over present-Banri’s body, the entire life new-Banri has built is now in imminent danger of being blown away like a house of cards in a whirlwind. That doesn’t even take into account Linda and Koko’s feelings, let alone those of Banri’s friend, Mitsuo, who Koko was formerly in love with, but who now has a thing for Linda – at least, when he isn’t crushing on Chinami. And if that sounds confusing, it’s nothing compared to how Banri feels as his old memories begin to resurface and the ultimate battle of Man Vs. Himself escalates!

One Week Friends – The Complete Collection – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

One Week Friends – The Complete Collection

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $31.35 / £22.03 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 12 (2 Disc Set)

Plot: Every lifetime is composed of millions of memories… but what happens if those memories don’t all connect? When Yuki Hase notices that Kaori Fujimiya seems to be alone and friendless at his school, he immediately wants to reach out to her.

Much to his surprise, though, his overtures are turned down, and he’s completely stunned when he finds out why: it seems that ever since she was in a tragic accident, Kaori has been losing part of her memory every Monday, including all her recollection of everyone who’s become her friend. It’s not that she doesn’t want friends, but that she can’t remember having any.

That’s not enough of an obstacle for Yuki, however, and he becomes determined to make friends with Kaori every week. Because while most memories fade, there are some that, if you believe strongly enough and never give up, might just be able to last forever. Prepare to fall in love, over and over again, as the age old story of boy meets girl repeats itself every week in ONE WEEK FRIENDS.

Knights of Sidonia – Season 1 – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Knights of Sidonia – Season 1

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $39.56 / £27.80 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 12 (2 Disc Set)

Plot: A thousand years after the alien Gauna destroyed the Earth, a small remnant of humanity still fights on to survive, fleeing on the gargantuan asteroid-based spaceship Sidonia. But centuries of flight and warfare have changed mankind in incredible ways: Genetic engineering has allowed humans to photosynthesize like plants, reproduction occurs through cloning, and a third gender has been created to balance the population. And, even though it’s been a century since the last encounter with the Gauna, military service is mandatory, with all those able enough enlisted to pilot the Garde robots that stand as Sidonia’s front line of defense.

For Nagate Tanikaze, whose grandfather secretly hid him in the forgotten bowels of the asteroid, it’s a strange new world as he’s forced to come to the surface and join the ranks of defenders. Yet his recruitment comes just in time, for the Gauna have suddenly reappeared, and what could be man’s last battle will require every resource humanity has left. And what no one knows, yet, is that Nagate is not exactly what he seems, and a secret buried in his past may change the fate of all mankind in KNIGHTS OF SIDONIA!

—-NOTE—-

Animatsu Entertainment have released Knights of Sidonia – Season 1 onto DVD and Blu-ray within the UK; and the disc contents are exactly the same as this US release.