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The group seems to have disbanded! BT doesn't log on much and neither does Subaru. But soon, the quest for the Key of the Twilight begins anew with Tsukasa taking Subaru to see the 'sleeping girl' and discovers her missing! Elsewhere, Bear realizes that the man in the upside-down castle was none other than Harald Hoerwick, creator of 'The World' and that he may hold the key to this mystery! The final battle is near and each of the party members must decide whether they will fight or not...
KEY SALES POINTS:
FIRST EVER - Cross media property: .hack//INFECTION PS2 Game / .hack OVA series / .hack//SIGN anime / .hack Manga.
* .hack//INFECTION PS2 Game to be released Feb 03 / May 03 (2 of 4 games planned for 2003)
Continued broadcast on Cartoon Network
.hack is a bonafide best-selling HIT in Japan AND North America.
* .hack//INFECTION (PS2) is one of the best selling RPG's of the Year!
* .hack//SIGN continues to rank #1 for all anime television programming in Japan (Newtype magazine).
.hack Manga to be released in North America soon by Tokyo Pop
Interactive Animated Menus
English subtitles optional
Anamorphic Widescreen presentation
Dolby Digital Surround Sound
Dolby Digital Isolated Score Audio Track
The quest for the Key of the Twilight continues as the appearance of undefeatable monsters and mythic heroes shakes the online Game World. As the relationship between Tsukasa and Subaru grows closer, he takes her to the hidden forest of the sleeping girl--and is severely punished. The voice that once promised to accompany Tsubasa abandons him, taking the sleeping Aura and the Puss-in-Boots-like Macha to a weird, aqueous realm. While the odious Sora and BT connive, Crim joins Bear and Mimiru in the search for clues about the mysterious Key. With the help of the seeress Helba, they discover that the aged failure of the upside-down dungeon is a manifestation of Harald Hoerwick, the creator of the prototype game world. Director Koichi Mashimo uses tantalizing but ambiguous clues to build the suspense as this intriguing series moves toward its climax. (Rated 13 and older: violence) --Charles Solomon
Bought the whole set and #5 disk broke when I took it out of the box. But that's the important disk. So I just bought a replacement for that one. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mark A Spencer
The .hack//SIGN world is an interesting place. I think one of the things I enjoyed the most was that the characters kept getting wrapped up in the game - and had to be reminded... Read morePublished 22 months ago by D.E.Williams
The dvd is great. I know that one person reported being mad because she didn't recieve 4 cds with the box, as she thought she was supposed to get with the box. Read morePublished on January 25, 2011 by A.F.
I bought this series to add to 1-4 that I already own. I love .hack//sign but when I got this the cd's were not in the package. Read morePublished on December 22, 2010 by Tucker42
I ordered the special dot Hack//Sign DVD with the CD box, since it was the only thing I didn't have. Read morePublished on July 27, 2010 by Ryuichi Sakuma 13
Well it is Jan. 19 and I am still waiting to receive the correct item ordered Hack Vol. 5. The supplier shipped me Vol. Read morePublished on January 19, 2010 by C. Byers
yes ive seen all the episodes and played through two of the games, infection and mutation, and i found this anime series obnoxiously flat with a very slow moving plot. Read morePublished on December 16, 2004
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