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Thread: tri. Part 6 Blu-ray & DVD Coming to Australia in March

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    tri. Part 6 Blu-ray & DVD Coming to Australia in March

    It's out today in the UK and tomorrow in the US...

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    And we have information for Australia finally!

    Madman in Australia has listed Digimon Adventure tri. Part 6 on their 'Business 2 Business' catalog website under the title of "Digimon Adventure Tri. Part 6 - Future"


    The expected release date is March 6th. Blu-ray will be $35 and DVD will be $30.

    It's a bit of a wait for those in Australia, but getting the final release should make a bit of a delay worth it.

    Both are listed as one disk with both English and Japanese audio, and English subtitles, the same as prior releases.

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    Most of the information appears to be relatively basic stand-in info and the stand in cover is just the theatrical poster art.

    The plot description they give is...
    In this climactic finale, the DigiDestined have suffered: Friends are lost, there is a new threat from a mysterious and newly formed Digimon, and the Real World could be be swallowed up by the Digital World. The DigiDestined must stand together to save their friends and our world. Who knows what the future holds for the DigiDestined, as they prepare for their biggest battle yet.

    The specifications match the US and UK release and the Anime Expo 2018 Panel is listed as an extra.

    Australian fans just need to wait 3 months...

    As the US and UK tri. Part 6 discs get in people's hands they'll be discussing the releases here.
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    only 3 months behind US & UK...not bad...really glad that they are taking Australia area more seriously

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