The Fate/stay night anime series aired between January 6 and June 16, 2006, containing 24 episodes; the storyline follows mainly the Fate scenario but shows parts of other scenarios as well. It was animated by Studio Deen and produced by the Fate Project, which was formed in response to the popularity of the visual novel and included Geneon Entertainment, TBS, CREi, Type Moon, and Frontier Works. Kenji Kawai composed the original music for the series and also remixed four symphonic themes from the Fate/stay night visual novel for use in the anime: “Hizashi No Naka De” (not featured on the original anime soundtrack, but on the out tracks album La Sola), “Yakusoku Sareta Shouri No Tsurugi”, “Emiya”, and “This Illusion”, the last of which was retitled “disillusion”.
The series later received its international television premieres on the anime television network Animax in 2007, its English-language television premiere occurring on Animax’s English networks in Southeast Asia in June as well as its other networks in South Korea, Hong Kong and other regions. Geneon USA also licensed the series for distribution across North America. The English dub was produced at Bang Zoom! Entertainment. On July 3, 2008, Geneon Entertainment and Funimation Entertainment announced an agreement to distribute select titles in North America. While Geneon Entertainment still retains the license, Funimation Entertainment assumes exclusive rights to the manufacturing, marketing, sales and distribution of select titles. Fate/stay night was one of several titles involved in the deal. Sentai Filmworks has since licensed the TV series and re-released the series on DVD and for the first time on Blu-ray Disc in January 2013. Fate/stay night started airing in North America on the Anime Network On Demand channel on February 7, 2013.
The television series was re-released in Japan on January 22, 2010 in two 60-minute special edition DVD/BD volumes to commemorate the release of the film Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works. Fate/stay night TV reproduction I and II each recap 12 episodes from the anime and feature re-edited and re-compiled footage along with new opening and ending animation footage, with new ending songs by Jyukai and Sachi Tainaka. The opening song “disillusion -2010-” is a re-recording of the “disillusion” theme song from the television series.
An animated film based on the storyline of the Unlimited Blade Works route from the visual novel was released in Japanese theaters on January 23, 2010 and produced by Studio Deen. The staff from the anime television series, including director Yuji Yamaguchi, returned to work on the film, with most of the voice cast reprising their roles. The film earned 280 million yen at the Japanese Box Office. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the Unlimited Blade Works film and released it on DVD and Blu-ray. As with the television series, the film was dubbed at Bang Zoom! The film has been shown on the Anime Network.
Ufotable will produce a new Fate/stay night anime television series based on the Unlimited Blade Works route from the visual novel. The anime is directed by Takahiro Miura and the original Japanese voice cast from the Studio Deen Fate/stay night anime and the Fate/Zero anime will reprise their roles in the new anime. The anime will make its television debut in October 2014, with the second half premiering in April 2015.] An advanced screening online it is set to premiere on September 28, 2014 in several countries across the world, including Japan, the United States, France, Germany, and South Korea. Aniplex of America has acquired streaming and home video rights to the 2014 series for North America. The first opening theme is “Ideal White” by Mashiro Ayano and the ending theme is by Kalafina. Ufotable will also produce a film based on the Heaven’s Feel route.
Note: Only full version of OST and singles will be uploaded.
Status: Completed, but soundtracks will be uploaded when I get around to it.
WATCHING FATE/ZERO OR THE ORIGINAL FATE/STAY NIGHT IS RECOMMENDED, BUT NOT REQUIRED TO WATCH THIS NEW ADAPTATION AS IT’S NECESSARY TO UNDERSTAND THE LORE, PLOT AND CHARACTERS OF THE SERIES IN GENERAL; UNLESS YOU HAVE PLAYED THE VISUAL NOVEL OR READ THE MANGA ALREADY. YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD!
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2. in every nothing
4. believe -instrumental-