tri. Part 2 UK Blu-ray Packaging Shot- Poster and Art Cards

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Been about a month since the last UK tri. news!

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We knew the tri. part 2 Blu-ray in the UK would be a collector's edition with a slipcover, reversible cover, art cards and a poster, much like their release of Part 1.


Now we have images of the poster and art cards via HMV adding a product overview image.

No image of the reversible cover yet, but we expect it'll be the tri. Part 2 theatrical poster.


It looks like a very nice release.


We expect most on disc details to be roughly similiar to the American release, which we reviewed and went over here.



The Blu-ray and DVD for tri. Part 2 is still scheduled for November 6th in the UK.

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The Blu-ray, as mentioned above, is a collector's edition.
The DVD is a standard release.

The MSRP is currently showing as £24.99 for the Blu-ray and £19.99 for the DVD.


And if you want to pre-order it early.... (Not affiliate links)

Digimon Adventure tri. Part 2 Blu-ray Collector's Edition
Digimon Adventure tri. Part 2 DVD



Details can of course still change, but with the US release having been sold early at a few events, with it's official release a week and a half away, hopefully there are no delays for tri. Part 2 in the UK.


The prior thread for tri. Part 2 in the UK can be found here.
 

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I wish the US version had this stuff. Simple goodies, but easy to include. Oh well. Enjoy them anyway, UK.
 

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I wish the US version had this stuff. Simple goodies, but easy to include. Oh well. Enjoy them anyway, UK.

At least you guys get a digital copy.

It's interesting to see, person by person, what things people prefer.


Ironically I know quite a few people in the US who want the poster and/or art cards and a good number of UKers who would prefer a DRM-Free digital copy.


Honestly, the poster and art cards seem nice to me, but they'd probably go in a box somewhere. The digital copy is more potentially useful to me.
 

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Haha, fair point. I didn't even realize that this doesn't have a digital copy. I think I'd still prefer the goodies, since you can always figure out how to rip a DVD (not encouraging it, but still). It's just dressing anyway. Getting the movie is the best part.
 

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Haha, fair point. I didn't even realize that this doesn't have a digital copy. I think I'd still prefer the goodies, since you can always figure out how to rip a DVD (not encouraging it, but still). It's just dressing anyway. Getting the movie is the best part.

Being able to rip or not, having access to it via a streaming platform regardless of what you do/don't do is a nice thing.
 

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i'm curious if US people can preorder the UK version for the goodies they have :eek:. but i suppose ebay would have the collection if I really wanted it
 

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i'm curious if US people can preorder the UK version for the goodies they have :eek:. but i suppose ebay would have the collection if I really wanted it

Yes, they could, Amazon UK even will ship to the USA.


It's a Region B disc while the USA is Region A, so it won't play without a Region free or Region B player though (I don't have the UK disc on hand to say if it's 'really' locked or not, but I would assume it is.)


If someone wanted to import to get the goodies it would be quite easy.
 

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I would prefer the goodies and the Digital copy lol. But looks like I'll be getting the goodies.

I wouldn't mind both too :D

I'm glad It comes with another reversible cover! Only problem now Is which covers do I use Movie? or home video japan art?
 

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I do rather have the poster and cards over the digital file but at the same time when am I going to get the time to frame them. I even bought two copies of the UK release of dub just to show support as well as keeping one sealed in case it gets damaged.
 
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