Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Gunparade March - Volume 1 Is Based On The Popular Console Game and Is Finally Released On DVD!

By Caitlin T Pritchard

Based on the highly popular Playstation game of the same name, Gunparade March Volume 1 is now available on DVD. The newly released DVD contains the first four episodes of the series and is directed by Katsushi Sakurabi who also directed Revolutionary Girl Utena. It's a highly anticipated release for many anime fans but for those of you who don't know the story, read on.

Gunparade March Volume 1 Trailer

The DVD series is very light hearted and follows the story of several young men and women who are students but have been drafted by the Japanese Military in order to fight. Since the end of World War 2, alien invasion has been a huge problem and therefore the Japanese Military have been recruiting any students aged between 16 and 21 in order to fight.

Gunparade March will be available to buy on DVD as of August 2009 and will be 15.99 in stores. The DVD will also have a huge range of special features including textless opening and closing, trailers and various audio options as well as optional English subtitles. The DVD is being released by MVM and is rated certificate 12.

The story background that you might want to know if you're planning on buying the DVD is as follows. At the end of World War 2, in 1945, aliens threatened the earth by filling the skies and for the first time in human history, people of all backgrounds and cultures came together to fight.

The DVD of Gunparade March Volume 1 is being released on the 3rd of August 2009 and will be priced at 15.99 - just so you know. The DVD also has a few bonus features such as subtitles and audio options in various languages. It's being released by MVM and is rated as a certificate 12.

Gunparade March Volume 1 includes the first four episodes of the series, namely, Playback - The Visitors; Do Whatever You Want - Going My Way; Summertime Blues - Fireworks; Let's Have Tea Together - Duellist. This new DVD will certainly be accessible for all and is a very exciting release for many anime fans, throughout the world.

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