Resident Evil: Degeneration Headed to Blu-ray; First Details

HDR has the first details and likely release time frame for the fourth Resident Evil film.

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Bombibomb3675d ago

A demo for RE5 would have been nice.

Chris Hansen3675d ago

Transformers, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, and The Dark Knight are all coming to blu-ray this year...

Thank god for my PS3.

cahill3675d ago

me too

i am just so happy to be a ps3 owner

Transformers/Iron man would be out in a few days

Ofcourse Dark Knight would be unleashed in December 2008


Montrealien3675d ago (Edited 3675d ago )

Like Chris, I like my PS3 and it's Blu-ray functions, that's why I bought it. HD movies are great. I already have Transformers on HD-DvD though, will it look better if I get it on Blu-ray?

TheColbertinator3675d ago

I think its about the same Montre.The only difference is that those who missed out the first time will pick up the Blu Ray

RebornSpy3675d ago

I have a PS3, but I never saw the appeal in paying more for better quality video. Is blu-ray quality worth extra money?

Montrealien3675d ago


If you have the TV for it, you bet!

TheColbertinator3675d ago

Not really.Its more of a luxury.No real reason to go Blu besides having too much money in your pocket

Ozzyb3675d ago

Actually.. my cousin and I were walking through Best Buy a few weeks ago and they had Die Hard 4 on Blu-Ray on a 1080p television and we both froze like "What the hell?". It looks literally like real life in a square in front of you. I have a PS3 but I don't have an HDTV but let me tell you.. if you have the TV for it, it is the same as the difference between VHS and DVD. (I heard someone describe it that way before and I thought it was BS until I saw it myself) If you have a chance, go check it out.. You'll see what I mean.

mfwahwah3674d ago

If you have the tv and money, then blu ray is quite the step up. If you really like the movie you're buying, then that's another huge reason to get blu ray. I buy my favorite movies on blu and my "pretty good" movies on DVD.

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TMRBac3675d ago

Montrealien: The Blu-ray and HD DVD of Transformers will look identical. If you have a receiver that can decode either PCM or Dolby TrueHD lossles audio, the Blu-ray will sound a hair better (ie fuller and deeper) than the HD DVD's lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 mix (which is still fantastic).

Montrealien3675d ago (Edited 3675d ago )

Yeah, that's what I though.

I don't have many HD-DVDs only the Matrix Trilogy, the Bourne Trilogy, Tranformers and King Kong and I got my HD-DvD player add-on for 30$ so I can't really complain. All the rest will be Blu-Ray from now on. I'm so happy that stupid format war is over.

thx for the reply

Silogon3675d ago (Edited 3675d ago )

Boy who are the ad wizards that came up with the name on this one? Originality dripping off its very font. Pathetic at best. What's worse, this is better than any RE movie made to date.

NovusTerminus3675d ago

Yeah, the format war was aggravating. Everyone was posting about it. Most of N4G's submissions were format war based for so long. Just happy it finally ended. Took forever though.

doshey3675d ago

well maybe if toshiba wasnt stubborn jackass that war would of ended fast

TheColbertinator3675d ago

I feel bad for Toshiba.They just wanted a little spotlight after so many years of being a follower.Still,this is business so things like that happen.

Unfortunately,Sega has been punished too much for this kind of stuff.

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