Saturday, December 03, 2011

Magi Puella Pre-Order Clincher


Well. There goes all of MY money for 2012!

5 comments:

Christopher D. Jacobson said...

Quick question:

Is the Anime Classics Samurai Champloo BD worth picking up for $17.50, or will I be just as well off watching my brother's DVDs?

Kentai 拳態 said...

The Anime Classics release has an all new upscale without the texture-obliterating DVNR of the initial FUNi Blu-ray, so it's actually the best looking version of the show available anywhere. The Japanese BD release is, if I'm not mistaken, using the exact same video files.

Audio is a little trickier to recommend. The Geneon DVD featured both the original 2.0 broadcast mix and a host of homegrown 5.1 upmixes. The Blu-ray has only the 5.1 tracks, though most reviewers are perfectly happy with them...

Christopher D. Jacobson said...

Is it a drastic improvement over the DVDs? Less artifacting and such, I'm sure—though I don't recall how much the DVDs had.

Hell, at the price and to have my own copy of the show, I'll spring.

Kentai 拳態 said...

Come to think of it, I've never seen a comparison between the Anime Classics BD transfer and the Geneon DVD, so I can't say for certain. What I do know is that Geneon's authoring house was one of the best in the business, so odds are the difference isn't exactly jarring.

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