Can US PS3 play Region B blurays? Just bought a movie, waiting for it to ship, am I able to play it or did I waste my money.
SayoriaPosted 7/9/2011 5:27:22 PM
No. From what I hear, movies are not region free, only games.
Mass_CarrierPosted 7/9/2011 6:26:03 PM
You might have looked into this before your purchase. --- Don't boo me, you should be booing yourselves.
SayoriaPosted 7/9/2011 6:29:30 PM
Mass_Carrier posted... You might have looked into this before your purchase.
Exactly. It is like those people who buy games asking if they are good when they are installing the game at that exact time.
izza20Posted 7/9/2011 6:47:36 PM
Wasted your money bro.
That said, are you sure the disc itself is definitely region B encoded, and not just from a Region B location? A lot of blu-ray discs are region free.
chrombotPosted 7/9/2011 6:57:27 PM
Motsu posted... No. From what I hear, movies are not region free, only games.
Movies indeed have a region, A,B and C. Japan and the US are actually both region A. Some blu-ray movies are coded as region ABC, meaning it'll play in a machine from any of those regions. The little hexagon icon, with a globe and a letter on it, indicates the PS3's region. If you bought a NA or Japanese one, it should be an A.