Gantz: O

Synopsis: After being brutally murdered in a subway station, a teen boy awakens to find himself resurrected by a strange computer named Gantz, and forced to fight a large force of invading aliens in Osaka.
95 min

What do you mean, rules?

Oh, no!


Come here.

This way.

Kato, go ahead and shoot!


I'm okay?

The suit protected you. Come on!

Who did it?

-He's lying!

-Are you?

Who are they?

You have a Tokyo accent.

Are you the Osaka team?

Osaka team?

So, there are more?

How come you don't know that?

This is his first game.

A novice, a kid, a middle-aged man,

and a woman.

How pathetic.


Is he okay?

As long as you're still alive,

you'll get back all your limbs

when the stage is cleared.


How about that tough guy

who's called Kuro or something?

He's dead.

Wait a minute!

It's Reika!

Man! Look at the jugs on her!


Hey, the Tokyo team's not bad.

More of them!

Here we go!

You just sit and watch, wimps.

Reika, watch us finish them off.

Then we can swap numbers.

Come on, George!

There are so many of them!

I'll go for the right side.

How about you?

They're enjoying this...

That's worth points. I'll have it.

How about that, Reika?

The Osaka team is tough.

What's that weapon and the bike thing?

You can get superior weapons

if you score 100 points.

One hundred points...?

After defeating the enemies,

we're teleported back to the room

to get scored.


If you get 100, you win the game.

Gantz gives you three bonus options.

Like what?

Like superior weapons.

Or resurrect a dead teammate.

You can bring them back?

Apparently. I've never done it.

And the third option?



You'll be free!


Score 100 points

and you can leave this all behind.

You'll forget all about the Gantz games

and go back to your regular life.

Anyway, it's good, isn't it?

We won't have to do anything.

The Osaka guys will wipe out the monsters.

I'll let them have the small ones,

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