Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Power Stone - Mystery of the Stones |
Actors: Stacey DePass, Dennis Akayama, Richard Clarkin, William Colgate, Tony Daniels
Genres: Indie & Art House, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
The first four episodes of the TV series based on the popular video game are set in a vaguely turn-of-the-century London. The son of a wealthy archeologist, Falcon dreams of becoming the champion "fighter" of the world. Wh... more »
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Erick Magee | 11/13/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I recently bought this DVD of Powerstone. I saw this in native Japanese on TV in Japan, and enjoyed the series a lot. I was happy to hear that I could buy it in the US for a good price.
However, I was quite disappointed at the lack of features, namely, not being able to have the original Japanese language nor the original song or intro.
I'm sure many out there are as disappointed as I am with having only the English version on DVD. Honestly, I am not happy with the English dialogue, nor the new introduction. The new introduction song is horrible!
Basically, why pay extra for practically the same thing you can get on a VHS?
I would have bought Japanese DVDs, but as you know they are very expensive, around $60 each DVD volume. My advice is to not buy this at all unless you don't speak Japanese, and want to see the series anyway. Translation is not that good, and this English version gives a bad name to the series. Blame Lacey Entertainment, who determines what goes on the DVD. AD Vision just creates the DVD according to their instructions.-Mako"
This is a dvd only a capcom or powerstone fan would love.
timothy kreis | cincinnati, oh United States | 11/20/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This Dvd was fairly decent but i only recommend for the powerstone and capcom fanatics. Its got decent animation, fair to capcom, and a so so story line. But i recommend it to die hard capcom/powerstone fans. If your curious about it and arent those kind of fans then i reccomend renting it. worth the curiousity."
Power Stone first anime.
Erick Magee | Moss Point, MS United States | 01/31/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I play Power Stone on Dreamcast and I like it. When I saw Power Stone had a anime, I went and got it. The anime was very good and very funny. The downsides were the DVD only have trailers of other titles,no extras, and the fight scenes were not much. Besides that, I liked the anime. Give it a try, you may liked it."