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No Game No Life: Zero (2017)

Nôgêmu nôraifu: Zero (original title)
Adaption of the sixth Light Novel of series, it follows the story of two new characters - Riku and Shuvi - during the events of the Ancient War, prior to the 10 pledges.

Director:

Atsuko Ishizuka

Writers:

Yû Kamiya (based on the novel by), Jukki Hanada
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Cast

Credited cast:
Alexandra Bedford Alexandra Bedford ... Human (voice)
Jessica Boone ... Think (voice)
Ricardo Contreras Ricardo Contreras ... Warbeast (voice)
Kregg Dailey Kregg Dailey ... Alei (voice)
Shannon Emerick ... Tet (voice)
Amelia Fischer Amelia Fischer ... Jibril (voice)
Caitlynn French Caitlynn French ... Schwi Dola (voice)
Ned Gayle Ned Gayle ... Human (voice)
Scott Gibbs Scott Gibbs ... Riku Dola (voice)
Jay Hickman ... Einzig / Human (voice)
Yôko Hikasa Yôko Hikasa ... Couronne (voice)
Yuka Iguchi ... Zell, Nonna (voice)
Kyle Jones ... Human (voice) (as Kyle Colby Jones)
Brittney Karbowski ... Nonna (voice)
Ai Kayano ... Shuvi (voice)
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Storyline

The Movie following the light novel series by the same name, No Game, No Life the movie picks up on volume 6 (The TV series leaves off on the end of volume 3, but the story in Volume 6 doesn't reference the events of Volume 4 or 5, which have yet to be animated) The "One True God" Tet tells the story of Immanity's (humanity's) struggle through the Great War and how he came to be the "One True God". The lack of magic circuits in the Imannity race becomes apparent when details of the war fall into place. The true power of intellect is shown in this epic arc which acts as the prequel to the No Game, No Life universe. Written by DSiren

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Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Trivia

It is believed that Sora is the reincarnation of Riku, while Shiro is the reincarnation of Shuvi. Even thou, Riku is most likely Shiro and Shuvi most likely Sora in personality. See more »

Connections

Follows No Game, No Life (2014) See more »

Soundtracks

There Is a Reason
Performed by Konomi Suzuki
Lyrics by Yûho Iwasato
Music by Hige Driver
Arrangement by Makoto Miyazaki
(Kadokawa)
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Misses the Mark
12 August 2019 | by peterfmodelSee all my reviews

The TV-Series was excellent and I highly recommend it, but the movie is very different. Much darker and a lot less fun than the TV-Series. The story itself is very simple and if you have watched the TV-series you will know how it ends very quickly. I must admit the final fight is very emotional and it is well worth a watch. I would strongly recommend watching the TV-Series first.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

5 October 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

No Game No Life: Zero See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$6,356,284
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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