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Tsukasa has been captured by the Crimson Knights! Subaru talks with him and tries to understand his plight, but the unbalanced Sora stages a jailbreak and disrupts everything! Confusion mounts within the group as Mimiru confronts BT about her betrayal. Mimiru decides to give it all up, but after a chance encounter with another player, she changes her mind. As the clues unfold, everything points to a powerful legendary item called 'The Key of the Twilight'. Could this be the source of all the trouble in The World? Everyone seems to think so. Alliances are formed and plots are hatched as all eyes fall towards uncovering the whereabouts to this new item.
Tensions between reality and the cyber-realm of the "the World" intensify as Wave Master Tsukasa remains trapped within the game, unlike the other characters who log on and off when they choose. Bear believes that Tsukasa is actually a girl in a coma whose consciousness has become divorced from her physical existence, but Tsukasa dismisses this notion. As they search for the mysterious Key of the Twilight, the characters converge on an upside-down dungeon that echoes Befuddle Hall in Winsor McCay's Little Nemo in Slumberland. Crim remembers how to reach it from earlier versions of the game; Tsukasa simply teleports there. Confronted by an aged man who "failed as a father," Tsukasa announces, "I may have found it"--only to be struck down by the Puss-in-Boots figure who has guided him. Every revelation introduces new mysteries as this intriguing adventure continues. (Rated 13 and older: violence) --Charles Solomon
Thanks to this suppliers exeditious shipping, I was able to receive this item in time for Christmas. Item was new as advertised and son hasn't indicated any viewing problems.Published on January 19, 2010 by C. Byers
This anime drove me crazy. The story went on forever, barely getting anywhere. It seemed like it would get really good, but I was kept waiting, kept in suspense, for nothing but... Read morePublished on October 13, 2008 by N. Alhuda Alkhateeb
The series continues to develop without losing the interest of the viewer, which is amazing, considering the lack of action, which I am fine with, but others may not be. Read morePublished on April 4, 2004 by "algernons_aquaintance"
This is a really great series!! Great music and beautiful animation! I like the plot too. I am an anime fan, and i recommend this to any anime fan. Read morePublished on December 19, 2003 by Ryoko Hakubi
First off, let me just say that I've only watched .Hack//Sign up to the end of Gestalt. Also, this is more of a review on the series up to this point, rather that Gestalt alone. Read morePublished on December 19, 2003 by Luke G
I love the DVD and the series.
This is just a note to those who might be getting the DVD with the CD as I did. Read more
This is so far the best of the .hack//sign series I have seen to date. This volume contains a lot of action as Tsukasa, Bear, and Mimiru search for the Key of the Twilight. Read morePublished on October 27, 2003 by Daniel Harper
This anime drove me crazy. The story went on forever, barely getting anywhere. It seemed like it would get really good, but I was kept waiting, kept in suspense, for nothing but... Read morePublished on August 29, 2003 by Watanabe Poemi