From Hometheaterforum.com: "What I saw this evening was VERY impressive! We watched scenes from Ice Age II, The Day After Tomorrow, and Ridley Scott's 3-hour director's cut of Kingdom Of Heaven, the first 50GB release from the studio.
I'll be damned if I saw any imperfections in the quality of the displayed picture in the parts we got to see. As far as I'm concerned, the image quality was just as stunning as stuff I have seen on HD-DVD. Furthermore, the Java based interactive content and menu controls that we viewed on The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen looked just as impressive as some of the new content being put on new HD-DVD Universal titles such as Fast & Furious 2: Tokyo Drift.
The studios have something else to be very optimistic about with the upcoming release of the Playstation 3 gaming console due to arrive this fall. There have been many concerns by home theater enthusiasts as to how well the PS3 will perform as a Blu-Ray player. Fox talked extensively about the Playstation 3 and the Blu-Ray titles they have been testing on their sample unit. According to the studio, the Blu-Ray titles played much better on the PS3 than standard DVDs have in regular DVD players. This sort of promised compatibility certainly raises the stakes of the PS3 being a reliable Blu-Ray delivery unit similar to the interesting developments surrounding the XBox 360 for HD DVD"
ESTNN writes: "On the eve of FFXIV's highly-anticipated Final Fantasy 15 collaboration event, the developers issued a statement on the game's official forum about the latest wave of player bans."