No Game No Life: Zero
Released on July 17, 2017

No Game No Life: Zero (ノーゲーム・ノーライフ ゼロ, Nōgēmu Nōraifu Zero) is the official movie in No Game No Life franchise. It was first announced in July 17, 2016 during MF Bunko J Summer School Festival 2016 event.

Later on, it was announced that the movie will adapt the 6th volume of the light novel series.

It aired in Japan on July 15, 2017. The film later traveled to America and made its debut on September 15, 2017 at the Los Angeles Event held by Sentai Filmworks.

The official Blu-ray and DVD sets were confirmed by Kadokawa and Kamiya's twitter and official websites on February 23, 2018. This was announced along with certain concert days that the roadshow would be playing at. Kamiya stated that it was a fan appreciation event and some select few will gain the official Blu-ray & DVD set early. Those who purchased the regular viewing $60 ticket would not be eligible to win the set.

A short story and manga booklet was given to the visitors that attended the roadshow. The following would also later be included in the Premium Box Set of the film (Japan Release).

Story Edit

My only wish is to live together.
—Riku in the Trailer

I never really knew what to do about my life In the world where everything is decided by games, Disboard. Long before the events that take place now...

To conquer the title of "One True God" and rule over the world, the so-called "Eternal Great War" continued.
In this war that tore Heavens apart, destroyed Earth and even killed stars, those with no power could only face inevitable death.

Escaping from the all these races, humanity was led by a young boy called Riku.

Though humanity was facing extinction, his heart believed in a tomorrow.
One day, while in his escort, in an abondoned Elf city, he found a female machine — Shuvi.

The machine, trying to understand the heart it didn't possess, was said to be broken and was expelled from her group. And now, trying to correct this mistake, she asks Riku to teach her what the [human heart] really is.

That's a tale from 6000 years ago.
The [first legend] that led to the [new legend].

The tale that disappeared from the registers and peoples' memories now unfolds.

Summary Edit

Cast Edit

The main cast from the anime will remain with Yukari Tamura, Miyuki Sawashiro and Rie Kugimiya reprising their roles as Jibril, Hatsuse Izuna, and Tet respectively. Yoshitsugu Matsuoka and Ai Kayano, who were the voice actors of Sora and Shiro, are starring as Riku and Shuvi in the movie.

Other cast members from the anime will also remain, such as Yuka Iguchi and Mamiko Noto, the voice actors of Chlammy Zell and Feel Nilvalen, appearing as Nonna Zell and Sync Nilvalen in the movie.

Character Japanese Voice Actor
RikuYoshitsugu Matsuoka
ShuviAi Kayano
Corone DolaYoko Hikasa
JibrilYukari Tamura
Nonna ZellYuka Iguchi
Think NilvalenMamiko Noto
Hatsuse IzunaMiyuki Sawashiro
TetRie Kugimiya

The 6 Pledges Edit

  • [一つ]誰も殺してはならない - Dare mo koroshite wa naranai - No one may kill
  • [二つ]誰も死なせてはならない - Dare mo shina sete wa naranai - No one may die
  • [三つ]誰にも悟られてはならない - Darenimo satora rete wa naranai - No one must know
  • [四つ]如何なる手も不正ではない - Ikanaru te mo fuseide wanai - All means are fair
  • [五つ]奴らのルールなど知ったことではない - Yatsura no rūru nado shitta kotode wanai - We don't give a shit for their rules
  • [六つ]上記に違反する一切は敗北とする - Jōki ni ihan suru issai wa haiboku to suru - Any act that deviates from above shall constitute as a loss

Gallery Edit

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