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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Andy_MT, Jul 25, 2002.
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This really really p!$$es me off. Both of those were on my to-buy list simply due to the commentaries. Okay, I lied, I'd buy a bare-bones Enigma if no commentary had been originally announced. Now I shall hold off buying both for a year or two to see if SEs crop up. Knowing CTS, they will. Money-grubbing bas- I'll stop there.
Hmm... I could've sworn Warner was the studio releasing THE SWARM. I guess I just have a bad memory.
let me continue from where PhilipG finished off ...
Justin_S - i think you're right. Amazon has The Swarm listed under Warner. at least they've left something on the disk. and of course, we'll get another lovely snapper case to add to our collections
Enigma - no features - 27.95 - NO SALE
Enigma - no features - 19.95 - SALE
CTHV - get real!!!!
Or they realised that the reason their Superbit releases aren't selling is that Superbit usually herald a hefty downgrade in extras from the current release... In other words, look out for more releases in this order:
Barebones release (rental window in disguise)
Superbit release (no trailer )
Special Edition (commentary)
Superbit Deluxe release (no commentary, but 1 extra disc of featurettes)
Limited Edition (commentary + extra disc)
Special Edition (re-release)
Ultimate Edition (same as Limited)
And let's not forget the pan/scam variants.