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After the battle at the upside-down castle, everyone but Tsukasa is returned to a regular field in "The World". Did Tsukasa die? What happened to him? Captured by a previously friendly unseen force, Tsukasa reappears with parts of his memories, thoughts, and feelings "missing". Is this really Tsukasa or just a copy of the characters data? The other players have their own problems as well - Subaru discovers that the Silver Knight have been hiding messages from her with the latest request by the System Administrator threatening to end with disastrous results!
The questions surrounding the nature and identity of the mysterious Tsukasa spread like ripples in a pond, roiling the Myst-like game World. When Mimiru suggests they meet for snacks and shopping in the real world, Tsukasa, who has somehow returned from the dead, doesn't understand what she's talking about. His identity is somehow linked to the Key of the Twilight, and the search for it is causing increasing violence and a disregard for the rules. Silver Knight, Subaru's trusted lieutenant, begins disobeying orders, causing her to disband the Crimson Knights. She loses a violent confrontation with an unpleasant newcomer, but finds unexpected solace in Tsukasa's arms. Director Koichi Mashimo tantalizes the viewer with brief glimpses of a dreary, gray reality that is strikingly different from the pastel colors and imaginative designs of the cyber-world. Obviously, more is at risk than an elaborate online game. (Rated 13 and older: violence) --Charles Solomon
The characters in this series were really interesting and the fun part was that they were RPG characters controlled by real-world people. We get to know them through the game. Read morePublished 21 months ago by D.E.Williams
Love all of the series would recommend it for anima lover's for all ages . The story line is great lees right into the next onePublished on February 20, 2013 by gwen
Other than the wrapper being torn, the supplier shipped in an expeditious manner meeting my Christmas target date.Published on January 19, 2010 by C. Byers
Though this DVD currently isn't out at the writing of this review, I have seen every single episode of Dot Hack Sign (all 26 episodes). Read morePublished on October 8, 2008 by N. Alhuda Alkhateeb
.Hack//SIGN - Vol. 4: Omnipotence contains episodes 15 - 18 of the fascinating series about a virtual reality online game called The World and the characters trying to unravel a... Read morePublished on April 4, 2005 by L. Mintah
I've watched A LOT of anime way before it became mainstream, so I have had a sample of all the good stuff that made it here before the crappy kids shows. Read morePublished on July 22, 2004 by B. Polier
In this volume, Tsukasa and Subaru develop a friendship, and Subaru starts to discover who she is. I was really moved by these episodes. Read morePublished on April 4, 2004 by "algernons_aquaintance"
This is one of the best volumes of the series. One to definately add to your collection.
The music is phenomenal. Read more