Gamespot writes, "Variety says major Toshiba high-def video player supporter will not renew its sole support of the format when it expires in May."
Nothing to do with the gaming industry, and nothing to do with tech it provides no information on a new tech and no technical information at all.
hey dumba$$...if you want gaming news, dont look up the Industry tab...
who is pointing a gun at your head making you read the article?
wow what the hell is this...who do i believe??
They are dropping support for HDDVD but not right now..Everyone know its going to happen sooner or later..Universal will always say they will support it because they are not out of the hddvd camp YET.
I don't get the disagrees, this instance has already been proven wrong in another article. Not saying it will never happen, just not right now.
i can believe this they are just hurting the consumers now by dragging the format war on.
they have to. they were stupid before and have to wait until their contract is up now. they have no choice but to continue on for a little longer. HD DVD sales are gonna go way the fuuuck down now.
Mission Failed ! Nice try though
they have to wait a while longer. do you any of you know how any of this stuff works? you really think they'll stay with the dying format? be real here. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Walt Disney Home Entertainment, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, MGM and Lionsgate = Blu-rau exclusive. no more 300 for HD-DVD (that's a Warner movie), etc. the biggest studios are already Blu-ray exclusive.
Well Warner also ends their HD DVD support around May (according to the recent press release). So it wouldn't suprise me that Universal would do the same. So how about it Paramount?
W/e.... Im happy with my selection with Blu ray movies...
says so. There is no point in these articles
to put pressure on them to go blu really quick and not wait.
to end "now" rather than later but until Universal says so non of these articles matter. Just like how some people make rumors or reports about MGS4 going to x360. They mean crap as Konami say its not.
Don't say you are going to switch to Blu-Ray. Thus letting some people think that HD-DVD will actually be around for a long time. After HD-DVD sales drop to the right point, Universal switches to Blu-Ray screwing people who bought the HD-DVD versions lf their movies. Basically, they want to milk HD-DVD all they can, it is like they won the HD-DVD war.
i dont like reading N4G anymore ... this should be posted as a rumor ... this article was talked about earlier and was already shot down http://www.n4g.com/News-988... That article was posted before this one was. I also dont like reading the first 5 sentences of an article then needing to click a link to read the rest. N4G should atleast summarized the WHOLE article. I think this finally annoyed me enough to remove it from my RSS feed
I'm a dishwasher in Universal company and I say Yes. I don't give a Sh!t what my boss says but MEEEEEE, I say YES !!
"I'm a dishwasher in Universal company"...AAHAHHAHHHAHAH HAH Oh man, that is classic.
Drop 'em like it's hot!
A lesson learned by both Toshiba and Microbucks.... ....You play with the Bull ......you get the horns.
seems to me that Variety has always been a good source of information... It's been said a thousand times today... it will happen just give it time.
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