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Looking back at it from today ,was adding Bluray a smart move by sony?

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2 years ago#31
From: PHEEliNUX | #008
Movies are for boring people


No, that would be television. Movies are awesome.
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2 years ago#32
From: Nicodimus | #051
From: PHEEliNUX | #008
Movies are for boring people


No, that would be television. Movies are awesome.


Nope, can't we just say it's for bored people?
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2 years ago#33
Sony owns Blu-Ray.
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2 years ago#34
I think it definitely stepped its foot into the door and soon will become the norm format for next gen.
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2 years ago#35
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I think it definitely stepped its foot into the door and soon will become the norm format for next gen.


Even if it does, that doesn't make add BluRay a smart move. As someone posted earlier, waiting a generation would have been a better idea.

And, as I pointed out earlier, DVD and BluRay sales have dropped. Not increased. Not held even. Dropped. That fits in with an earlier poster who commented that streaming video is undercutting both formats.

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