dolphinius_rex wrote:Hrm... I don't know if Resident Evil is released on HD DVD internationally at all... at least I haven't heard of it. That doesn't neccissarily mean anythig though.
Wesociety wrote:Region coding sucks! 1 big plus for HD DVD.
dolphinius_rex wrote:Just keep telling yourself that when Newline releases their titles on Blu-Ray only for several months in order to protect their intellectual property on an international market. Because of cross boarder ordering cutting into theatre profits, they're holding back HD DVD releases of day-and-date titles until after all theatrical runs internationally. Not a problem for Blu-Ray though
Grain wrote:IMO if they'd just have one theatrical international release date, there would be a LOT less piracy problems.
Grain wrote:Funny how we can solve their problems a lot easier and cheaper than they can! Justifying huge salaries with complicated solutions that create more problems perhaps
Grain wrote:Got my Resident Evils from Amazon Germany today, bastards sent BluRays. I'm tempted to keep RE:A as it is the available only in Germany extended version (about 5 extra minutes). Both have DTS-HD English tracks instead of PCM, as that is not readily decoded yet, not really a plus. I've contacted them via email, I'd prefer them in HD-DVD, but if they offer a rebate to keep them I can live with that (can't tell if they're region coded ).
Grain wrote:After a LOT of haggling I got $20 back to keep them. Neither case says anything about region coding on the back, so I'm crossing my fingers.
Grain wrote:Unfortunately I don't know a single person with a BD player or PS3 As far as that goes, don't know anyone with a HD-DVD player either (offline for both that is ). I'll have to drag them into a retail shop sometime. Worst case scenario, does AnyHDDVD remove BD region coding?
Grain wrote:There's an idea, but perhaps you could just send me your PS3
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