Originally Posted by bitemymac
As expected, you're still posting those links with no values.... Are those review reports of the same movies being released on both sides?..... You've been a nonesense fanboy for the 2006 and I'd expect your fanaticism to continue, however, please post contents with little more credibility and something worthy of fair discussion.
Oh, a nonsense fanboy...hmm I don't seem to recall claiming the format war being over like a senseless zealot I'm directing this post too. Did I? You certainly did. The only fanaticism coming out of this thread already are posts from you claiming that HD DVD has won.
I'd say HighDefDigest is quite worthy. The link I provided simply did the math for me. Go ahead and do the math yourself if you're so doubtful, but it was YOU who claimed that "on average" Blu-ray was sub par. I just simply displayed how full of Mr. Hankey you are.
All in all, you've probably didn't understand the reports, but even the nonsene link you've povided shows that PQ is still better on HD-DVD than BD. At least two out of three reviews reported such. BTW, are you planing to be a true BD soldier this year by getting one of those BD players or are you going to be on the sideline rubber necking again throughout 2007?
Wow, do all HD DVD proponents such as yourself lack in rudimentary reading skills or what? The link I provided was supplemented with a statement that offered evidence do the contrary of what you stated--that "we all know that it [Blu-ray] has been sub par on average." I also SPECIFICALLY stated that according to HIGHEDEFDIGEST, that picture quality "on average" was better on Blu-ray. I fully realize, that other sites have HD DVD in the lead, but I'm attempting to poke a hole in that dome of yours that is clearly stuck in Blu-ray's launch by referencing titles like Total Recall and show you that "on average" neither format has a CLEAR PQ advantage. Depending on which site you reference, you'll get different degrees of subjectiveness.
So, in general, when your spouting off claims like HD DVD has won and that Blu-ray on average is sub par, I think one needs to correct you as you are simply trolling old, irrelavent, and untrue claims.
BTW, I plan on purchasing a PS3 as soon as their available at my local BB or CC. You see, they never have any in stock when I go to the store, but I secretly sure as heck enjoy this fact because then I know zealots like yourself have already wasted X amount of $$$ in a hemmoraging format that is HD DVD and that PS3 with Blu-ray are already penentrating the marketplace at a great rate.
Hope you had a great holiday with your paper weight. Take care now, bye, bye then.