I'm actually not a fan of the green cases that the 360 has. Of all the colors for a case I think green is most obtrusive. HOWEVER, in combination with other bright colors like white I don't mind it much but empty green cases like I have for Lost Odyssey really bug me. --- Welcome....to the next best thing http://highresgaming.blogspot.com
Why is your Lost Odyssey case empty? And I love the green. Greeeen. Best color ever. --- "In peace, vigilance. In war, victory. In death, sacrifice." ~ The Grey Wardens http://www.trueachievements.com/mygames.aspx?gamerid=71900
And this... this is why I buy games new. My case holds all four discs wonderfully. --- "In peace, vigilance. In war, victory. In death, sacrifice." ~ The Grey Wardens http://www.trueachievements.com/mygames.aspx?gamerid=71900
I'm not really concerned with the generic case. I have LOTS of generic cases, especially for my PS2 games. My main concern is that they have a case to be in at all times. I had to put Onimusha Warlords in my Haunted Mansion case since we lost the actual DVD a long time ago. --- Welcome....to the next best thing http://highresgaming.blogspot.com
Although it looks visually appealing, the idea of green Blu-ray cases seems contradictory to me.
PS3 has clear ones. It's hardly contradictory. The only time I've seen blue used is with movies. It's likely that Xbox games will have green cases unless they change the colors. I quite like it actually. Much like how I can see a blue case and know it's a movie or a clear case and know it's a PS3 game. The whole blue part of it is just in reference to the laser used for the technology. --- FX6100, HD7970, 8G DDR3 1600, 750G/400/1T SATA2/3, 700W, Logitech G5/G510, Win7 XPS16 - i7 720QM, 6G DDR3@1333, 500G SATA, HD4670 1G, Win7