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Final Fantasy: Unlimited


Alternative Titles

Japanese: ファイナルファンタジー:アンリミテッド

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2001 to Mar 26, 2002
Premiered: Fall 2001
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: ADV Films
Studios: Gonzo
Source: Game
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.291 (scored by 11,282 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #59712
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1801
Members: 25,639
Favorites: 74
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Episodes: /25

Synopsis

Ai and Yu, after reading their parent's research and after their parents' disappearance, they decided to go on search for them. They ride a strange train to the Inner World in search of their parents and meets up with Lisa in the train and together they begin their journey within the Inner World.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kuroki, Kaze
Kuroki, Kaze
Main
Canna, Nobutoshi
Japanese
Canna, Nobutoshi
Shiroi, Kumo
Shiroi, Kumo
Main
Ishida, Akira
Japanese
Ishida, Akira
Hayakawa, Yu
Hayakawa, Yu
Main
Imai, Yuka
Japanese
Imai, Yuka
Pacifist, Lisa
Pacifist, Lisa
Main
Hikami, Kyouko
Japanese
Hikami, Kyouko

Staff

Campbell, Charles
Campbell, Charles
Producer
Maeda, Mahiro
Maeda, Mahiro
Director, Storyboard, Character Design, Key Animation
Tsuruoka, Youta
Tsuruoka, Youta
Sound Director
Sayama, Kiyoko
Sayama, Kiyoko
Episode Director, Storyboard


Edit Opening Theme

"Over the Fantasy" by Kana Ueda

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#1: "VIVID" by Fairy Fore (eps 1-13)
#2: "Romancing Train" by Move (eps 14-25)




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go_go_raito
Apr 5, 2008
It is not what I've expected it to be... Most of you would think the same after seeing it for the first time.
Almost every episode starts off with a narrator called FABULA telling you what happened so far and at the end she makes a brief prophecy for the next one.
The characters are appealing and I grew to like every single one of them, but their design doesn't match (to be honest, they're even ugly sometimes...) with the backgrounds and effects (both really good), however... you get used to it after a while and with each passing episode you come to know them better.
Anyways, the read more
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Bluesnow
Feb 10, 2008
If you just found out about this anime are are thinking: "OMG!!! Final fantasy anime~ this must be the best thing in existence!111!!!11" Think again.... Besides references to a few summons and other final fantasy lore~ the story feels like nothing resembling final fantasy at all. Its not a sequel or connected to any other fantasy universes in any way~ If anything it just felt like a diabolical anime company decided to add "final Fantasy" to the title to brainwash fans of the franchise to buy their series... a very inhumane marketing tactic indeed...

Story: Kids from the "real world" looking for their lost parents in read more
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Chara_Nari2728
Oct 8, 2008
Normally, when I think about Final Fantasy, I think about FF 7 and all of those characters.

But, when I saw this Final Fantasy, I immediately fell in love with it.

The characters are great, the plot is very good, and the mood of the story matches the usual drama that Final Fantasy is so fond of.

I love how we get a quick but detailed look at the past of each character. It helps us to see how dramatic and tragic their lives were.

Another thing I absolutly loved was the return of everyone's favorite Final Fantasy animal....the Chocobo!

Chobi was very cute, and even if he seemed read more
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jyagan0
Jun 10, 2014
As a longtime Final Fantasy fan, I'm continuously amazed that this triple-A videogame series, with over 20 years of lore to draw from, remains unable to make a successful big screen transition. "Final Fantasy: Unlimited" may not be completely devoid of elements from the games or a bunch of FMVs duct-taped together to appease fanboys, but this anime still pretty much lost me when one of the characters uses a gun to conjure summons (yes, a freakin' gun). When all is said and done, "Unlimited" is nothing but a souless "Alice in Wonderland" ripoff (the anime's world is even called Wonderland). The barely-there story yields read more
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I hate the gun transformation scene
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