Fate/stay night (Visual Novel)

----The one who obtains the Holy Grail will have any wish come true.

The Holy Grail War.
A great ritual that materializes the greatest holy artifact, the Holy Grail.
There are two conditions to participate in this ritual.
To be a magus, and to be a "Master" chosen by the Holy Grail.
(The experience as a magus is not questioned if one has the aptitude)

There are seven chosen Masters, and seven classes of Servants.

There is only one Holy Grail.
If you wish for a miracle.
Prove that you are the strongest with your powers.----

Fate/stay night

English Publisher : Mirror Moon 
Release Date : January 30, 2004 (PC CD)
                        March 29, 2006 (PC DVD)
Length : Very Long (>50 hours)
Genre : Visual Novel, Eroge
Rating : Ranked #1(vndb.org)
                     Scored 100.00 (KirikoPoll)
Platform : PC - KiriKiri engine

.: Story
The story of Fate/stay night revolves around the main protagonist Shirō Emiya, a young male high school student. When Shirō was a child, his father told him how he had failed at his life ambition to become a "Hero of Justice". Shirō affirms to his foster father that he intends to devote his life to achieving that distant ideal, much to Kiritsugu's chagrin. To do this, Shirō pleads with a begrudging Kiritsugu to teach him sorcery; but being born without the capabilities of a magus, Shirō proves to be talentless in almost all the fundamental sorcerous disciplines.

When the story begins, Fuyuki City is the setting for a secret and violent war among competing magi. For the past two centuries, seven sorcerers have gathered and engage in a Battle Royale, each gambling his or her own life to obtain the Holy Grail, a legendary chalice capable of granting wishes. The past four Holy Grail Wars have typically occurred every sixty years, with the most recent concluding a decade ago, but the fifth war has started prematurely.

Each of the sorcerers, better known as Masters, is aided by one of the seven summoned spiritual familiars known as Servants, who are the reincarnations of legendary souls from all across time. These resurrected souls possess superhuman characteristics and wield powerful artifacts or abilities called Noble Phantasms. Only one Servant can be summoned in each war from one of seven classes: Saber, Archer, Lancer, Berserker, Rider, Assassin, and Caster.

After cleaning his school's kyūdō dojo late one night, Shirō stumbles upon two Servants, Archer and Lancer, battling in the school courtyard. To avoid compromising the war's secrecy, Lancer hunts down and pierces Shirō's heart with his Noble Phantasm Spear. Shirō is then discovered near death by Rin Tōsaka and because of his relationship with her sister Sakura Matō, she uses an heirloom filled with concentrated magic, Mana, to restore his damaged heart and leaves before he awakens. Shaken and dazed, Shirō picks up the heirloom and returns home only to be assaulted a second time by Lancer. Shirō weakly defends himself against Lancer using posters he turns to metal with magic reinforcment, but is soon overwhelmed by the powerful Servant's attack, and is sent flying into his shed. Cornered, Shirō prepares for the worst; but before Lancer can inflict another fatal blow, a magical mark on Shirō's hand begins to light up and a summoning circle used previously by his foster father inside the shed begins to glow. A young woman clad in armor with an invisible sword is summoned and blocks Lancer's attack. After driving Lancer away from Shirō, she introduces herself as "Servant Saber". (Spoiler Cut)

.: Screen Shoots

.: CGs

.: Review

If you ask anyone for a good visual novel, they will mention Fate/Stay Night. After the huge success of Tsukihime, Type-Moon gives us this. One of most famous visual novels, it has spawned an animated TV series, a string of comics, exclusive prologue and epilogue stories, and even a successful movie. Just what made it so popular? Everything. An intriguing plot, fascinating characters, and beautiful music. Everything comes together to make this game a masterpiece.

Like other visual novels, the graphics are not extraordinary. The game uses character sprites over a static background. The drawing style has an anime feel to it. There is also an intro movie for this game. Anime, of course. (Score 8/10)

This is where the game really shines. You're Emiya Shiro, a selfless high school student. You are an orphan. You got adopted, but your foster father died. Still, you're lucky. Your foster father knows magic. Before he died, he taught you magic. Now, ten years later, you get dragged into the Holy Grail War. A competition between seven Masters to obtain the Grail using familiars, called Servants, summoned by the Grail. The story splits into three arcs: Fate, your servant Saber's arc, Unlimited Blade Works, Master Tosaka Rin's arc, and Heaven's Feel, student Mato Sakura's arc. Each filled with plot twists and exciting battle scenes. Prepare to be shocked as more and more of the story is revealed.

A lot of other adult visual novels focus on the sex. Like porn with plot. Fate/Stay Night is different. It's plot with sex as a plot device. Each sex scene is part of the story. You're basically forced into having sex, since you'll die if you don't. Well, one sex scene in 30 hours route isn't bad for you. They also have the most hilarious excuse for sex I've ever heard: "Share your magical energy with me."

Kinoko Nasu once again delivers a masterpiece. (Score 10/10)

Really, all you do is click. Or you can press Space or Enter. Right click and Escape to access the menu. Not much else, but there doesn't need to be. There will be no mini-game or world map. This is a visual novel, for God's sakes. (Score 8/10)

Again, Fate/Stay Night shines (only if you have Realta Nua). With 38 different background music, and 446 different sound effects. There's a wide variety of music for different scenes. All very catchy. "THIS ILLUSION" was fun in all of its forms, and the ending theme "days" was good. The final battle music in the true ending, "Light and Darkness", had a great climax. By the end, you'll be humming along to the music as your eyes are glued to the screen. (Score 9/10)

This is a great game. Truly one of the best visual novels. You'll never forget the beautiful story. You'll find yourself years later thinking about this game. For your own soul, I'd recommend everyone get this game.
Overall Score: 10/10

.: Download

Fate/stay night (1.89 GB)  torrent (Hosted by PirateBay)

Fate/realta nua (4.20 GB) torrent (Hosted by PirateBay)
The Realta Nua patch .iso for Fate/Stay Night come with complete CG and voices. Installs with the mirrormoon english patch for complete and simple installation.

Fate/stay night (Hosted by Mediafire)
FSN Part 1
FSN Part 2
FSN Part 3
FSN Part 4
FSN Part 5
FSN Part 6
FSN Part 7
FSN Part 8
FSN Part 9
FSN Part 10
FSN Part 11
FSN Part 12
FSN Part 13
FSN Part 14
FSN Part 15
FSN Part 16
Mediafire (21 Parts, 2.01 GB)

Fate/stay night Voice Patch
FSN Voice 1
FSN Voice 2
FSN Voice 3
FSN Voive 4
FSN Voice 5
FSN Voice 6
FSN Voice 7
FSN Voice 8

Fate/last episode here
If you have Realta Nua, just install this patch. Play and watch...

English Patch megauplaod by Mirror-moon English Patch

Fate/stay night No CD 3 (800kB) megaupload
Use when installing CD 3

Or Pre-installed version:
Pre-install Part 1
Pre-install Part 2
Pre-install Part 3

Other Link
Kaori Nusantara: http://www.kaorinusantara.web.id/forum/f9/hf-fate-stay-night-2957.html/

.: I ask you. Are you my master? :.