Pre-Order Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection (4k UHD) Available for Preorder

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I was wondering when this would be released! Perhaps my iTunes HD copy will get bumped up to 4K, although I'm not sure if that happens with HBO stuff. :)
 

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Well, at least it looks pretty darned good in HD. ;)
It really does!

I binge-watched this projected on my 110" screen and commented many times in the original season thread how impressed I was with how beautiful this looked on Blu-ray.

Unless the price comes down substantially, I am not looking to buy this in 4k. I do have Season 1 and 8 on 4k disc already, though
 
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I cannot see buying this, either. I already have all eight seasons via streaming on iTunes (plus seasons 1-7 on Vudu), as a friend gave me his codes from the BD's for 1-7 and I bought 8 for $15. Between the high cost, the shelf space taken, and the investment in time to re-watch the series, I'll pass. This is not something I will be watching over and over again. I can find a time for a 2 hour favorite film easily, but series like these take an investment of many, many hours to re-watch. I have several complete TV series on disc or digital that I have not gotten through even once yet, so cannot justify upgrading these.
 

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I cannot see buying this, either. I already have all eight seasons via streaming on iTunes (plus seasons 1-7 on Vudu), as a friend gave me his codes from the BD's for 1-7 and I bought 8 for $15. Between the high cost, the shelf space taken, and the investment in time to re-watch the series, I'll pass. This is not something I will be watching over and over again. I can find a time for a 2 hour favorite film easily, but series like these take an investment of many, many hours to re-watch. I have several complete TV series on disc or digital that I have not gotten through even once yet, so cannot justify upgrading these.
Hell, I might wait to see if HBO Max upgrades to 4K and see them there.
 

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Hell, I might wait to see if HBO Max upgrades to 4K and see them there.
That's a wise plan for those people who subscribe to that service. It's been over 31 years since I've had an HBO subscription (other than a couple of free trials to watch a new Game of Thrones season), so that's not an option for me. I'm okay with the HD streaming versions I currently have, though.
 

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