what backwards ass cesspool do you live in that you have to pay that much for this?
I'm not sure what you are getting at. It's a steal compared to Japanese blu ray prices and not unreasonable compared to other North American anime releases.
That's the current Amazon US price.
It's ￥18,733 in Japan
It was cheaper than that when I pre-ordered at right-stuf
That's a fairly reasonable price. Not everyone is as based as NIS, and luckily, not everyone's as shit as Aniplex America.
Yeah, yeah, the remake's budget was terrible. So how much are the BDs?
That sounds pretty reasonable. I mean, the box fucking shimmers.
I was sold when I read shimmer chipboard box.
Is that what upscaling and filtering means these days?
Nobody fap as much as nip otakus
Ideally, they would rerecord the show using either the original assets, or the highest-quality recording they can get. But Toei probably wont let them, so yes.
>blurryray DVD combo pack
That's why I don't buy combo packs.
I don't want blurryray media I won't use.
Also classic 4:3 Sailor Moon won't look any better on blurryray anyway. It makes no sense.
DVD all the way.
It's the audacity to call it remastered that pisses me off. People will actually think they're getting HD; at least FUNi's abortions were actually made those assets, the level sets show they could have done a full perfect release for DBZ.
How exactly are you watching blu-rays in a way that makes them blurrier than DVD's?
This is like buying Sims 4 all over again
... Price gouging to compensate for shit product
>Also classic 4:3 Sailor Moon won't look any better on blurryray anyway.
Sure it would. Assuming it's 16mm, that's still fine enough to produce a sharper and clearer image presented in 1080p, the aspect ratio is completely irrelevant.
Do you live in Bombay where everyone park their helicopters at the backyard?
I fucking love NISA's boxes, man.
Guess what OP. If it was 15 years ago, this would have costed $100-$200.
>mfw the box set of Magic Knight Rayearth cost $250 when it first came out.
>only the first season
Well altogether the first Season of Moon will be $150 at regular price, its only $110 when you buy from based Rightstuf.
I actually want to buy it but I just want the BDs. Why are dvds still a thing?
>Anon, they're cheaper more people have dvd players
If you can afford a box set like this you can probably afford a bluray player too.
I'm glad the DVDs are included. I can watch it on a shitty CRT and act like I'm watching a good dub in the 90s.
Reminder that Flips need to eat too
>literally upscale of japanese DVD R2
I archive everything I get on DVD (and I would archive my BDs if I had a BD player on my PC)
Though, I don't mind Blu-Ray only releases.
DVDs became so cheap that it doesn't really affect the price to add them in a Blu-Ray release if that means they get to move DVDs at Blu-Ray prices (or get rid of DVDs)
The audio quality for the Japanese track is fucked over in the Hulu streams. Why would I buy such "remaster" that destroys both the video AND the audio quality?
Seeing as how the dub track already got ripped from Hulu, why doesn't someone just slap that and the new subs onto the Bunny Hat Raws? It'd be the perfect dual audio release.
was sims 4 really that bad?
Not that I buy them but I usually play them for shits and giggles like impregnating the entire town.
source on comic?
Thats $91.98 dollars to much.
they felt out the part about it being a shitty dvd upscale
>shit ass hulu feeds
It's worse than that. It's a smudge-job that also somehow managed to get ghost-frames.
Well, it's not like the actual release is gonna be much better.
>equal or worse than hulu quality
>mfw I paid 60€ for each Koimonogatari volume
I want that Shimmery Clipboard
right here man. it's like 53 thru rightstuf, and you even get bonuses if you buy early enough
It is 6 words into the ad, are you fucking blind?
Several cut features from the older games. Most notably, not being able to make a fucking pool.
and people wonder why Japan's economy is in the shitter