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"UMD new release !" , posted Wed 15 Jun 02:19post reply

3 series by Gonzo will be released in UMD format, Samurai7, Speed Grapher, and Basilic-subtitle-I-don't-feel-like-reading.

Watching 3 of the worst Gonzo series on my Pisupi ? What a chance !





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"Re(1):UMD new release !" , posted Wed 15 Jun 02:36post reply

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Watching 3 of the worst Gonzo series on my Pisupi ? What a chance !


Doesn't just mentioning Gonzo imply a painful viewing experience to begin with? Even their decent series are ruined by horrible endings.





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"Re(2):UMD new release !" , posted Wed 15 Jun 03:21post reply

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Watching 3 of the worst Gonzo series on my Pisupi ? What a chance !

Doesn't just mentioning Gonzo imply a painful viewing experience to begin with? Even their decent series are ruined by horrible endings.



Seriously. If something is bad by Gonzo standards, after inserting the disks would your PSP gain sentience and then immidately kill itself afterwards?






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"Ero UMD" , posted Wed 15 Jun 04:09:post reply

You forgot to mention this.

Not work safe.

This shows that they're (actually) serious about making UMDs mainstream (video media, not projectiles), since no media would be complete without porn! I say the same thing about games, but they don't believe me. You konw that Battle Raper would sell millions if it was ported to the PS2!

Oh, and it seems to be region-free, for all you ero connoisseurs out there.





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"Re(1):Ero UMD" , posted Wed 15 Jun 04:42post reply

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for all you ero connoisseurs out there.



Sold!





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"Re(1):Ero UMD" , posted Wed 15 Jun 07:14post reply

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This shows that they're (actually) serious about making UMDs mainstream (video media, not projectiles), since no media would be complete without porn! I say the same thing about games, but they don't believe me.


Indeed.

It's porn support that made VHS win over Betamax and V2000 in the early eighties.





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"Re(2):Ero UMD" , posted Wed 15 Jun 07:25post reply

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It's porn support that made VHS win over Betamax and V2000 in the early eighties.



did you learn that from boogie nights, too?





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"Re(3):Ero UMD" , posted Wed 15 Jun 07:44:post reply

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It's porn support that made VHS win over Betamax and V2000 in the early eighties.


did you learn that from boogie nights, too?



Nope, I learned it from a very insightful TV documentary on the subject, which led me to watch stuff such as Café Flesh and Pink Narcissus when I was a teen and discuss them with my english teacher in high school, and then a few years later to write articles about the eggplant in Kid Icarus where I could disgress on eighties' porn for ages. Nonetheless, I have fond memories of Boogie Nights. P.T.Anderson is a very talented director.

I have a bunch of copies of the once-famous Video7 magazine at home, from the early to mid-eighties. They were my uncle's. The three formats still existed and battled together for supremacy, and you can find some interviews talking about the issues porn people had with different systems and how they might soon stick to one. Interesting stuff.

PS: The PSP interview is honestly quite neat.





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"Re(4):Ero UMD" , posted Wed 15 Jun 09:33post reply

Hmmm... I finally found time where I could check the AV site, and it looks to me that they've updated their packages since the article, and it is region-controlled.

...Good one, Sony.

Still, the article's a good read.





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"Re(2):Ero UMD" , posted Wed 15 Jun 20:21post reply

quote:

This shows that they're (actually) serious about making UMDs mainstream (video media, not projectiles), since no media would be complete without porn! I say the same thing about games, but they don't believe me.

Indeed.

It's porn support that made VHS win over Betamax and V2000 in the early eighties.



Pornography is the driving force behind all of mankinds greatest achievements.






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"Re(3):Ero UMD" , posted Thu 16 Jun 06:54post reply

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It's porn support that made VHS win over Betamax and V2000 in the early eighties.


Pornography is the driving force behind all of mankinds greatest achievements.



It was also the force behind Saturn's endurance ( i.e. painful agony) for many years in Japan...





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"Re(4):Ero UMD" , posted Thu 16 Jun 07:38post reply

I can't confirm this, but it may also be why the dreamcast survives in japan, just barely.





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"Re(5):Ero UMD" , posted Thu 16 Jun 09:38post reply

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I can't confirm this, but it may also be why the dreamcast survives in japan, just barely.



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"Re(3):Ero UMD" , posted Thu 16 Jun 12:27:post reply

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Pornography is the driving force behind all of mankinds greatest achievements.




I think war is the driving force behind all of mankind greatest achievements. Pornography is the driving force behind all of male greatest achievements.





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"Re(4):Ero UMD" , posted Thu 16 Jun 12:34post reply

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Pornography is the driving force behind all of mankinds greatest achievements.

I think war is the driving force behind all of mankind greatest achievements. Pornography is the driving force behind all of male greatest achievements.




Then where does lesbian porn fit in this grand scheme?





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"Re(5):Ero UMD" , posted Thu 16 Jun 12:40post reply

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Pornography is the driving force behind all of mankinds greatest achievements.

I think war is the driving force behind all of mankind greatest achievements. Pornography is the driving force behind all of male greatest achievements.



Then where does lesbian porn fit in this grand scheme?



Lesbian porn is just a branch of pornography aimed at mainly at men..we all love lesbian porn....right?! RIGHT?!?!





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"Re(6):Ero UMD" , posted Thu 16 Jun 15:42post reply

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Pornography is the driving force behind all of mankinds greatest achievements.

I think war is the driving force behind all of mankind greatest achievements. Pornography is the driving force behind all of male greatest achievements.



Then where does lesbian porn fit in this grand scheme?


Lesbian porn is just a branch of pornography aimed at mainly at men..we all love lesbian porn....right?! RIGHT?!?!



I'm not





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"Re(6):Ero UMD" , posted Thu 16 Jun 16:38post reply

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Pornography is the driving force behind all of mankinds greatest achievements.

I think war is the driving force behind all of mankind greatest achievements. Pornography is the driving force behind all of male greatest achievements.



Then where does lesbian porn fit in this grand scheme?


Lesbian porn is just a branch of pornography aimed at mainly at men..we all love lesbian porn....right?! RIGHT?!?!



Well, I certainly do but, I'm certain many girls love it as well...if not, what about this?





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"Europeans are lucky (for once)" , posted Wed 22 Jun 19:20:post reply

The region codings on the Pisupi will allow japanese consoles to play european movies and vice versa.

European perverts, rejoyce !





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"Re(1):Europeans are lucky (for once)" , posted Wed 22 Jun 21:30post reply

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The region codings on the Pisupi will allow japanese consoles to play european movies and vice versa.

European perverts, rejoyce !



That's just what happens with DVD movies, is just coincidence? Or..





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"Re(2):Europeans are lucky (for once)" , posted Wed 22 Jun 23:04post reply

They kept the same zones as the DVD movies for the PSP movies. Europe and Japan are Zone 2. However with DVD movies, there is another physical physical protection caused by the different signals Europe and Japan have for their TV sets. Japan is Zone 2 NTSC, whereas as Europe is Zone 2 PAL/SECAM.

But when it comes to the PSP, there is no differenciation, PAL or NTSC issue, because PSPs have the same video signal wherever they're sold. So we share the same Zone 2 and the same PSP signal, hence there is no physical protection anymore.



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"Re(3):Europeans are lucky (for once)" , posted Thu 23 Jun 03:07post reply

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They kept the same zones as the DVD movies for the PSP movies. Europe and Japan are Zone 2. However with DVD movies, there is another physical physical protection caused by the different signals Europe and Japan have for their TV sets. Japan is Zone 2 NTSC, whereas as Europe is Zone 2 PAL/SECAM.

But when it comes to the PSP, there is no differenciation, PAL or NTSC issue, because PSPs have the same video signal wherever they're sold. So we share the same Zone 2 and the same PSP signal, hence there is no physical protection anymore.





Yeah, that was more or less my guess. But you know, now every PAL TV supports NTSC mode, so there's no problem with that issue.





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"What bothers me..." , posted Sat 25 Jun 09:12post reply

Is that here in Yankee-land, I'm seeing a lot more PSP movie releases. Hell, I saw recent DVD releases such as Cursed, Hitch, and that recent Bruce Willis movie where he's a negotiatorn out on PSP. Are the studios jumping on the bandwagon BEFORE the PSP shows how popular it really is? Could they be wasting tons of dollars on something that will ultimately fail?

Then again, these stuios have tons of liquid cash to blow.





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"Re(4):Europeans are lucky (for once)" , posted Sat 25 Jun 09:17post reply

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Yeah, that was more or less my guess. But you know, now every PAL TV supports NTSC mode, so there's no problem with that issue.



No because you see, the issue is that a PAL Zone 2 DVD player will try to read it as PAL, and fuck up with the NTSC. The signal issue comes from the DVD player that emits it, not the TV that receives it.



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"Re(5):Europeans are lucky (for once)" , posted Mon 27 Jun 05:51post reply

I've got several japanese DVDs, and I can properly play them in my DVD player and PS2, so your spoiler may be right!





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"Re(1):What bothers me..." , posted Mon 27 Jun 15:40post reply

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Is that here in Yankee-land, I'm seeing a lot more PSP movie releases. Hell, I saw recent DVD releases such as Cursed, Hitch, and that recent Bruce Willis movie where he's a negotiatorn out on PSP. Are the studios jumping on the bandwagon BEFORE the PSP shows how popular it really is? Could they be wasting tons of dollars on something that will ultimately fail?

Then again, these stuios have tons of liquid cash to blow.



those are probably all from columbia tristar, which is a sony owned company