Hiromu Arakawa’s original Fullmetal Alchemist manga series served as the basis for Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Its creators, Bones, and director, Yasuhiro Irie, set out to produce a faithful adaptation that exactly followed the plot of the original manga. This was due to the 2003 Fullmetal Alchemist anime series straying away from the material after running out of published manga episodes to adapt.
Brothers Elric, Edward and Alphonse, set out on a journey to find the lost “Philosopher’s Stone” in order to revive their deceased mother. However, they have an accident and Edward loses his limbs and Alphonse’s soul is chained to his armor. But the brothers are not alone in their search for the repellent stone, and they discover a conspiracy that shakes the country.
Slowly developing at first, it becomes more engaging over time. It is now considered one of the top 25 animated series. Recording Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood direct to PC gives you access to a darker, more dramatic remake of the 2003 version at any time, with the CG merely serving as a backdrop to the human emotion in the story. Currently streaming on a variety of platforms, those who prefer to watch offline can record episodes with the help of VideoPower RED software.
VideoPower RED is easy-to-use video software that allows users to record their favorite episodes for offline viewing. Anime lovers will never miss an episode of their favorite series again.
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The free trial version of VideoPower RED allows users to download one episode or record up to three minutes of media. Once you subscribe to the premium version, the download and recording restrictions will be removed.