In the year 1973, the invasion of an alien species known as BETA (Beings of Extra Terrestrial origin which is Adversary of human race), began a war that has driven mankind to the brink of extinction. During the next 30 years, they have conquered most of the Eurasian continent, effectively decreasing the world population by billions. In response to their unique behavior and overwhelming strength in numbers, a new type of mobile mechanical humanoid weapon was developed, known as Tactical Surface Fighter (TSF). Despite the crisis, individual nations still try to further their own interests instead of cooperating. In the year 2001, elite pilots from around the world start to gather at a UN base in Alaska named Yukon to participate in the Prominence Project. This project is a joint effort between Russia and America on research and development of next generation of TSF. The job of the pilots is to test the prototypes, which occasionally involves pitting them one against another... Takamura Yui, a member of the Imperial Royal Guard, is placed in charge of this project and heads to Alaska. Meanwhile, Yuuya Bridges, a young soldier in the US Army, makes his way for Alaska as well. Little did either of them know that their encounter would forever change their destinies.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse - Muv-Luv - Netflix
Muv-Luv (マブラヴ, Mabu Ravu) is a Japanese visual novel developed by âge and originally released as an adult game for the PC on February 28, 2003. Consisting of two parts, Muv-Luv Extra (マブラヴ エクストラ, Mabu Ravu Ekusutora) and Muv-Luv Unlimited (マブラヴ アンリミテッド, Mabu Ravu Anrimiteddo), the gameplay in Muv-Luv follows a linear plot line, which offers pre-determined scenarios and courses of interaction, and focuses on the differing scenarios of the female main characters. Muv-Luv was followed by a sequel, Muv-Luv Alternative (マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ, Mabu Ravu Orutaneitivu), which was released for the PC on April 24, 2006 and follows the storyline of Muv-Luv Unlimited. Both Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative had subsequent versions with the adult content removed that were sold for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In addition, two fandiscs were also released, Muv-Luv Supplement (マブラヴ サプリメント, Mabu Ravu Sapurimento) and Muv-Luv Altered Fable (オルタード ALTERED FABLE, Mabu Ravu Orutādo Feiburu), containing alternate scenarios, short stories, computer wallpapers, and audio dramas. PlayStation Vita ports for Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative have also been announced by âge. Muv-Luv and its sequel Muv-Luv Alternative have since been adapted into three manga series by MediaWorks (later ASCII Media Works) and are serialized in the manga magazine Dengeki Daioh. Shueisha published a seven volume novel series based on Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative while Enterbrain published a spin-off novel series, Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse in its Tech Gian magazine. Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse follows a new cast of characters while retaining the setting of Muv-Luv Alternative. This was followed by a manga adaptation titled Total Eclipse by ASCII Media Works as well as an anime adaptation produced by ixtl and Satelight which began airing on July 2, 2012, and licensed by Crunchyroll. Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse was later adapted into a visual novel by âge in 2013. Tech Gian later serialized Schwarzesmarken (シュヴァルツェスマーケン, Shuvarutsesumāken, German for “Black Marches”), which was illustrated and featured character designs by CARNELIAN. Schwarzesmarken is a prequel spin-off to the series detailing events in East Germany 18 years prior to the setting of Muv-Luv Alternative. The novel was compiled into seven volumes following a 41 chapter run from 2011 to 2014. In addition, a visual novel adaptation by âge was announced and will be released in late 2015, which was followed by an anime adaptation by ixtl and Liden Films. Crunchyroll picked up streaming rights in January 2016.
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse - 65th Combat Training Battalion - Netflix
Leon Kuze (レオン・クゼ, Reon Kuze) Voiced by: Wataru Hatano (Japanese); Gabriel Regojo (English) Callsign: Infinity 2 A member of the Infinities from the United States Army 65th Combat Training Group. He is Sharon's boyfriend after previously having a romantic relationship with Yuuya. He and Yuuya were classmates at the same institution and is Japanese-American like Yuuya. But unlike Yuuya, he embraces his Japanese heritage while Yuuya despises it. Leon has become hateful towards Yuuya ever since the accident that killed Rick Sven. Sharon Heim (シャロン・エイム, Sharon Eimu) Voiced by: Rie Tanaka (Japanese); Shelby Blocker (English) Callsign: Infinity 4 Another member of the Infinities and one of Leon's comrades. She is Leon's girlfriend and was previously romantically involved with Yuuya. Rick Sven (リック・スベン, Rikku Seben) Voiced by: Madoka Shiga (Japanese); Kyle Jones (English) Formerly the squad leader of the Raptor EMD Phase2. He was killed during a training accident when he was caught in a rockslide that Yuuya inadvertently caused. Even though the incident was declared an accident, Leon continues to blame Yuya for killing Sven due to his insane style of piloting.
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse - References - Netflix