Gundam Seed - Complete Collection (10 Disc Box Set)

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Gundam Seed - Complete Collection (10 Disc Box Set)


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Suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over.

NOTE: Moderate animated violence, Adult themes, Low level coarse language

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"One For Sci-Fi Anime Fans."
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Before I start, it should be noted that this is really the of the “Gundams” that I have watched so I can't really compare this series to the others. However I do enjoy a good Sci-Fi Anime and I think I got moneys worth with this series.

The story starts off in a very typical Anime type way. We are introduced to Kiri Yamato the main protagonist of the series, as well as given a quick back story to the Gundam Seed Universe to start us off. The the story kicks right into it half way through the first episode.

So Kiri's life takes a drastic turn when the Neutral Space Colony he lives in is attacked by ZAFT. (Which you will learn about as the series goes on.) Kiri manges to escape danger yet ends up in a New Gundam, which the ZAFT forces were after and was the reason they attacked.

Kiri is able to pilot this new Gundam with little trouble and even saves his Friends from danger. Now to make matters worse one of the ZAFT members who are attacking is Kiri's oldest friend who he has not seen in years, Athrun Zala. And from there it's a real battle between these two about whats right and what they want.

This series for me, while a long one, never seems to drag out and moves a good pace, you get to know the characters, you learn what motivates each and every person. And you love and hate each one in your own way. This Anime also touches on the horrors of War, and the struggles people go through to fight for “What they think is right.”

What I loved the most about this is at times you didn't know where things were going, but it is in a good way because it keeps you attention because you want to see, you want to know what happens to these people. And it twists the point of veiw so many times, and it does it well. You will see all sides of this War. You will feel atleast something for everyone rather you like them or not. It is a well told story that moves along nicely with very little down time, yet not rushing through just to make it feel like it has to end.

I do recoomand this to all Sci-FI Anime Fans out there. I'm sure Gundam Fans will like this to as it falls into the same catagory.

The animation is good, the music really fits the series, and I think all the voice actors did a great job brining these characters to life. I can't actually think of anything wrong with this other then some of the typyical Anime situations that creep up now and again through out the series. But that is to be expected. All around a very good series. Hope you all enjoy it as much as me.

2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
"Great series"
5 stars"

This anime is well worth buyin the whole set for. I've watched this series more then once and still love it so much. The action and emotion, you also see the chaos of war on earth and event space with mechanical suits codenamed: Gundams. I really recommend this to you anime fans.

0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
"Great Anime"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

A great anime, I highly recommend it. The development of the characters through the chaos of war is great to watch. One of those animes you stay up late at night just to watch the next episode.

0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.


Cosmic Era 71. A war is under way between genetically enhanced Coordinators and unmodified Naturals. The Natural-dominated Earth Alliance, struggling to catch up with the Coordinators' superior technology, has secretly developed its own Gundam mobile suits at a neutral space colony.

Through a twist of fate, a young Coordinator named Kira Yamato becomes the pilot of the Alliance's prototype Strike Gundam, and finds himself forced to fight his own people in order to protect his friends.
Special Features:

* Galleries
* Mecha Guide
* Textless Openings & Closings
* TM REVOLUTION 'Invoke' Music Video
* Nami Tamaki "Believe" Music Video
Release date NZ
September 13th, 2006
Movie Format
  • DVD
DVD Region
  • Region 4
  • Box Set
Aspect Ratio
  • 1.33 : 1
Japanese, English
Length (Minutes)
Supported Audio
  • Dolby Digital Surround 2.0
Country of Production
  • Japan
  • Animation
Box Dimensions (mm)
All-time sales rank
Top 5000
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