News Freedom set for simultaneous US/Japan HD-DVD release
posted on 2007-03-20 13:03 EDT
On June 26th, Bandai Visual will simultaneously release the first volume of the Freedom OAV in the North American and Japanese markets. Released in HD-DVD/DVD Twin, this will be the first-ever high-definition release of an anime title in North America. The MSRP for this Japanese-only, with English subtitles volume will be $39.99. Freedom will be released across a total of six volumes, and following the release, Bandai Visual plans to put out HD-DVD and Blu Ray versions of its other titles, first in Japan, and eventually, overseas. Source: Press Release
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