Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Without a Doubt, This Will Probably Be The Very First "Intentionally Damaged" Blu-Ray Disc Universal Studios Ever Releases

Let's be honest here. The temptation would just be too great here for Universal Studios to let this title slide without some sort of "Intentionally Damaged" quirks.

Let's run through the checklist of symptoms this Blu-Ray Disc will probably have long before Universal Studios ever gets around to inflicting them.

These symptoms of course, based upon Universal Studios release of this title in 2003 with all sorts of intentionally damaged symptoms.


Universal Studios mark of shame in October 2003. "Battlestar Galactica - The Complete Epic Series" pictured directly above had the following intentional manufacturing flaws...
1. Cracked and scratched discs sitting in their trays as customers discovered while unwrapping this item from its factory plastic wrap for the very first time.
2. Discs bouncing around loose leaf before the package was ever opened for the first time.
3. At the other end of the spectrum, discs so tightly tucked into their trays you almost had to break them to remove them for the very first time.
4. The pilot episode..."Saga of a Star World" not being digitally remastered at all.
5. Heavy grain, pops, and specs in the episodes....primarily in "Saga of a Star World."
6. Disc freeze in many of the episodes...primarily "Saga of a Star World" because too much "extras" content was crammed onto the double sided discs.
Yes, the release of "Battlestar Galactica" on Blu-Ray is going to be a real "Circus" isn't it?

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