Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Unboxing [US]: Nyaruko: Crawling With Love - Season 2: Premium Edition (Blu-ray)

So after many years now I have finally picked up a long box NIS America set, but this will be the last one I'll grab from those types however as the stock for most of them have gone away, and this particular title will soon go out of print.

Here's an unboxing for the Premium Edition of the show's second season.

Nyaruko: Crawling With Love Season 2 (also known as Haiyore! Nyaruko-san W and Nyaruko: Another Crawling Chaos W) aired in 2013 and was animated by studio Xebec. The show's first season I found to be a fair amount of fun so I had wanted to own the second season for some time now. I finally have it so here's the set in its chaos.

The NIS America Premium Edition set is an A4 type box (basically '2 DVD cases next to each other' size) that contains two slim DVD cases and an artbook. The set only comes with 2 Blu-ray discs that are Region A only, Japanese with English subtitles only, and locked subtitles.

Blu-ray Specs:
Languages: Japanese
Audio: LPCM 2.0
Video: 1080p HD Native 16:9
Region: A
Subtitles: English
Subtitles Locked: Yes
Discs: 2

Plot Synopsis (via NIS America):
Mahiro has become accustomed to his protection detail of Nyaruko, Kuko, and Hasuta making his life interesting. Nyaruko starts scheming with Tamao to turn up the charm and sway Mahiro's resolve, while Kuko reconsiders her own stance on love. Things get tricky as the gang deals with a monstrous monkey, an unexpected visitor from Kuko's past, balancing love and duty, and of course, saving the world.

On-Disc Extra Content:
Clean Openings
Clean Endings
Japanese Trailer

Collector's Edition Extras:
Chipboard rigid box packaging with slim DVD cases
30-page Hardcover Artbook

Nyaruko: Crawling With Love has been licensed by NIS America. The Premium Edition has now gone out of print so expect standard editions at some point.

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