Format War Over! Officially!

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    bigbossbmb

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    Toshiba has left the fight and Sony wins!

    Can't wait to see Paramount and Universal start announcing Blu-Ray release dates for their previous releases. I really want Transformers, Children of Men, and Eastern Prosmises.


    I think this is the type of development that Apple's been waiting for before adding BTO options for Hi-Def media in their machines.
     
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    How long do you think it will be before a Universal and Paramount announcement?

    It can only be a matter of days / hours!!! :rolleyes:

    I've put Transformers on Blu-Ray on my Christmas List ;)
     
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    They already announced that they are releasing Blu-Ray titles. Not sure which ones they are releasing first though. Dreamworks hasn't announced that they are going to Blu-Ray.
     
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    Well considering that Dreamworks is owned by Paramount, it is a foregone conclusion that they are going to Blu-Ray.

    The sad thing is, I saw about 20 HD-DVD ads this weekend on TV. I wonder how many people were suckered in by them.

    TEG
     
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    All i want from HD DVD is American Gangster hope it come Blu soon.:D:D
     
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    read it today in the paper good news for everyone blu-ray ftw ^_^
     
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    I really hope that they can act quickly and get some of their previously released titles re-authored. I'm sure this won't effect the timeframe for new and catalog releases (not much if any).
     

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