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Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny

Alt titles: Gundam SEED Destiny

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The Year is Cosmic Era 73, two years after the end of the war between Earth and the PLANTs. Peace had finally been achieved thanks to efforts put forth by both sides, but it was not meant to last. When rebel Earth Forces soldiers infiltrate the PLANTs and steal ZAFT's new prototype Gundams, it's up to Shinn Asuka and the crew of the Minerva warship to hunt them down and retrieve their mobile suits. With the war now back in full swing, will Shinn and the others find a way to restore peace?

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Hisashi HIRAI Character Design
Mitsuo FUKUDA Director
Toshihiko SAHASHI Music
Hiro MARUYAMA Producer
Hiroshi MOROTOMI Producer
Hiroyuki SATO Producer

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Gundam SEED Destiny No1 2/10 Jul 22, 2013
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If you delight in giant figures battling each other to save the world, yes these two anime are both for you. They are closely related in genre - heavy mecha. Both also have plenty of angst and drama.
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Both Gundam SEED Destiny and Evangelion feature gigantic robots fighting, a very complex (yet completely different) plot, and have an emphasis on character development and character relationships. So if you liked those aspects of either show the other is a nice choice.

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Both Gundam SEED Destiny and RahXephon feature gigantic robots fighting, a very complex (yet completely different) plot, and have an emphasis on character development and character relationships. So if you liked those aspects of either show the other is a nice choice.

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If you're looking for a good mecha anime with dramatic subplot and unbelivably good soundtrack then here you are. Beside the excellent music there are of course other similarities, like in EVERY other mecha series there's an overreacting mega sesnsitive main character with his tragic past and the always-popular-save-the-world-through-fighting theme. Nothing shocking but it's worth watching for the soundtrack alone.

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