In a time of great heroes, the evil Sephiroth and the power of Meteor were vanquished by a warrior named Cloud Strife and his companions. Now, though the life stream of the world has been restored, certain people have become sick with Geo Stigma -- an illness which is as mysterious as it is incurable. Meanwhile, in the shadows, a new enemy has appeared: Kadaj, who holds the key to the destruction of all life. Against insurmountable odds, Cloud, Tifa, Barrett, Cid and the rest of the gang must band together one last time to defeat Kadaj and save the world from annihilation.
The World is an ordinary online game – or at least, that's what Haseo thought before his friend Shino was player killed and in the real world, Shino's body subsequently fell into a coma. While Haseo searches for the mysterious player killer called Tri-Edge in order to bring Shino back, he discovers that a dangerous virus called AIDA is lurking inside The World. Only Epitaph Users such as Haseo - players with special powers – can defeat it. With the help of Project G.U. members Pi and Kuhn, Haseo will fight to save both The World and Shino...
When you fight you do it with all your heart for someone who is very important to you. You are ready to sarcrifise everything for that person. Both Claud from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and Haseo from .hack//G.U. Trilogy are the ones destines to save the world and everyone else. So, if you liked the one, then I think the other will suit your taste, too!
Besides CG, and the "Game Transposition" type, the atmosphere look-alike.
Both are full of emotions, feelings and action!
In the future, a devastating event known as Second Impact has destroyed Tokyo as we know it, giving rise to Tokyo III - a city under siege by mysterious lifeforms known only as Angels. Mankind's only line of defense are the Evangelions, a set man-made machines piloted by a trio of fourteen year-old teenagers, Rei, Shinji, and Asuka. The fate of Japan and the entire world now lie with these three children, though they might not have the power to save the most important thing of all: each other.
Both have lots of gloom and violence, except Neon Genesis Evangelion has giant robot battles while FFVII AC has high powered cloud on sepphiroth action. Either way, they both are seen as pretty epic, so I'm sure you'll like them.
Quite a bit of fighting and a main character who can go emo and the flip of a switch are two things that these two share. Evangelion dives a lot deeper into the dark areas that FFVI:AC, but FFVII:AC has better looking battles. Differences aside, I would suggest trying them both.
It’s been some time since Raccoon City, the origin of the T-Virus outbreak, was wiped off the map by the military. Umbrella Corporation’s stock plummeted and a new pharmaceutical company called WilPharma has risen in its place; however, unlike its predecessor, WilPharma is working on a vaccine for the illness that turns humans into bloodthirsty zombies. Claire Redfield has just landed in WilPharma’s town to visit a friend when she finds herself in the center of a zombie-filled bloodbath. Leon Kennedy and members of the Special Response Team are called in to save Claire and the other survivors from the airport, saving an important member of WilPharma in the process. What has caused this new recurrance of the T-Virus? Claire and Leon must get to the bottom of things before nefarious foes are able to carry out their plans...
A very obvious recommendation for all gaming fans. Both FF:AC and Res Evil are based on some very popular video games and have now made a successful transition to the animated screen.
You don't need to have played the games (or seen the live action Res Evil movies) to appreciate the movies, but you may miss out on the insider jokes for fans of the original.
The animation has been brought into the 21st century and the 3D graphics look stunning in HD. The story remains reasonably true for the die hard fans of each series, but accessible enough for first timers.
If you have seen (or indeed played) one, you're sure to enjoy the gaming basis of the other.
Both are movies that are based on widely popular video games that even if someone hasn't played the video games they could still watch the movies and enjoy either one. Though Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children tends to be something more of a fantasy action movie and Resident Evil is more zombie survival movie both are sure to filled both enough fighting to satisfy any action junkie out there. If you liked one then you should definitely consider watching the other.
Disturbed by Japan’s emergence as the de facto world leader in robotics, the United Nations instituted an international treaty requiring stringent regulations. When vocal objections failed to overturn the decision, Japan chose to withdraw from the UN and vanished from world view in a self-imposed isolation made possible by an impenetrable electromagnetic barrier. Now, ten years later in 2067, the only means of contact between Japan and the world belongs to Daiwa Heavy Industries, a powerful corporation monopolizing the world’s robotics market. The uneasy truce comes under question when SWORD, a U.S. special forces unit, finds disturbing evidence that Japan may have sinister designs for the rest of the world. SWORD must now infiltrate Japan to separate fact from fiction, but is anyone prepared for the truth?
I absolutely adore series that are pure eye candy. What sets FF:AC and Vexille apart from the others are the superb story lines. They are much more adult and involved that some other movies out there.
Both have an amazing soundtrack, and make sure you will not be happy just watching them once!
So, I just caught Vexille on Netflix. I went in expecting very little and came out feeling surprisingly fulfilled. I want you to have a similar experience.
What are the similarities between FFAC and Vexille? Well, superficially, you could say - stunning CG animation, relatively mature plots, escalating conflict, deceitful corporations, sense of the unbelievable, and a general man vs. mechanization dynamic.
Here's what I suggest: if you enjoyed either movie, just do yourself a favor and spend another 1-2 hours watching the other. If anything, they're both better than your standard Halo/CoD cutscenes (and who doesn't love those?!).
In a futuristic and wild west-inspired Japan, there are only two rules: the Number 1 rules the world and only the Number 2 can challenge him; these ranks are worn with pride in the manner of headbands. In these harsh times, Afro is a samurai who is on a mission for revenge – an evil gunman killed his father to become the Number 1, and it’s up to Afro to take him down in a shower of blood and entrails. He has mastered the art of the sword and become Number 2, but many others want to hold his title and the title of Number 1 for themselves. With competition and sword fights at every turn, can Afro finally exact his revenge?
Great sword fighting and action backed up with a nice soundtrack; while this might apply to a lot anime, none of them pull it off so successfully and similarly than FFVII:AC and Afro Samurai. Both anime should offer a very 'cool' style to the viewers.