.hack//SIGN (2002– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Animation, Action, Adventure


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A strange boy named Tsukasa appears in the online video game "The World". He claims to be alive, and without a computer.


6.9/10
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26 July 2006 | bountyseeker2003
8
| I thought it was OK
Well after you get past the slightly depressing scheme of things and the fact it takes awhile for anything of real excitement to happen it does turn out to be pretty good once everything kinda falls together....so all in all I would give it an 8/10 because of the usual good quality animation and voice acting ( unlike those crappy dim a dozen American cartoons).... In addition to that they had a good cast of well developed characters (Sora was my favorite)....

Anyways a little info on the actual series can simply be put as follows: it starts out when a kid is playing and basically had his conscious severed from his physical body thus being stuck in the game called the "world" and unable to logout. Then he eventually find and befriends some random people, he gets special administrative privileges from some omni-present being, they find out this omni-present being is bad and end up fighting and predictably defeating it in battle....they throw a party ...and the end

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Release Date:

1 February 2003

Language

English, Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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