It may be coming to an end on its 30th anniversary, but Neon Genesis Evangelion is an enduring animated series that has expanded beyond the confines of analog television. For Amazon Prime Day Round 2, Evangelion fans can grab a bunch of great deals on Blu-rays of the classic animated series, its recent feature-length animated remakes, and even some fancy PC gaming hardware that Asus has released.
Starting with Evangelion: Three Upon a Time, this new release is available in both 4K UHD and regular Blu-ray formats. The final chapter of the Rebuild of Evangelion project that began in 2007, this is the conclusion of the saga with some limited edition extras. It comes packaged in one 4K UHD disc and two Blu-ray discs, a 28-page book, a 16.5 x 11.7-inch poster, and five art cards, while the 1080p version comes with two Blu-ray discs in English and Japanese. Movie versions for those interested to enjoy. As for the on-disc extras, you can load messages from the staff who worked on the film, promo reels, TV spots and trailers onto the main feature after the end credits roll.
For PC gamers, the partnership between Asus and Neon Genesis Evangelion has produced one of the most interesting PCs in recent years. While a complete Asus Evangelion rig will cost several thousand dollars for a themed motherboard, Nvidia GeForce 4090 graphics card, computer case, motherboard, and monitor — available in EVA 01 or EVA 02 color schemes — we’ve highlighted some other items. we have done High cost-effective options, such as a soft EVA headset and mouse.
Asus’s ROG Keris mouse is pretty good, as the purple and black shell has EVA 01 green accents, and inside it has a high-performance 16,000dpi optical sensor with a 1,000Hz polling rate. We’ve also included the Asus Evangelion motherboard—down from $650 to $450—which combines the show’s anime aesthetic with a layout that offers some great power and performance options.
Finally, you can show your Evangelion love with some stylish messenger bags and fanny packs. For more great Japanese anime, don’t forget to check out GameSpot’s roundup of the best Prime Day anime and manga deals.
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