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New Blu-ray Promo Video

Sony has released a new promotional video to stir up interest in Blu-ray. The video, which features what Sony is calling a traveling army battle, was filmed with no ambient light. The entire sequence is bathed in blue lasers, giving the sequence very distinct imagery. The video is meant to showcase the new level of viewing experience that Blu-ray has to offer...

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tethered3376d ago (Edited 3376d ago )

Quoting old school gamer here from his report.
"In no way, shape, or form is this gaming news, and remove PS3 from the type, not even mentioned once. Stop advertising blu-ray on this site please, this is gaming news not movie news."

To all the people reporting this, you must not have watched the ad because in the ad it says, and I quote,

"Movies. music. Games"

!!!See Games!!!!
It even spells it out for you!

Watch the ad before you report.

It has everything to do with GAMES.

SafeRat3375d ago

Well, least it's been approved anyway :)

Snake_Doctor3376d ago

the best thing the highdef formats could do for advertising is to start with standard definition feeds from my local cable company, point out a few compression artifacts and other issues then switch to Blu-ray. I showed my wife the difference between ABC on cable and OTA-HD broadcast of a Sun's game and she was like "WTF I feel like they are stealing money from us and putting crap on our screen as punishment"
+1 for enlightenment.

MaximusPrime3375d ago

great video!

I like the ideas.

more great stuff from Sony. Nicccce. Keep em comin'!

ShiftyLookingCow3375d ago

with all the talk of porn deciding the format wars some months before(I am glad it didn't), this headline looked like "New Blu ray porn video"

Crazyglues3375d ago

I really just want the war to end already, so Blu-ray disc can start costing the price of a reg dvd $20 dollars u.s. and we can just go back to consuming them in mass quantities.

And get back to partying like it's 1999, all over again.

ENNO3375d ago

digital is the future not optical!

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