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So I was in Big W today and saw Coma for $6. So thought I'd get it. For $6 it would have been worth it.

So I was standing in the checkout queue just reading the packet, and noticed it was region 4, but NTSC, and I'm like "wtf???" Why sell NTSC in Australia? Not only is it crap (pal is loads better), but lots of tvs don't even support it (including mine).

So I put it back on the shelf and walked out annoyed.


Yvonne said:

That seems to be more and more common, esp. with the cheaper copies. EzyDVD also sells NTSC region 4 discs. It doesn't affect me as all our TVs play NTSC but I agree that PAL is a better buy, but not as cheap.

January 20, 2006 9:31 PM


trainman said:

Not quite. Only the bedroom and loungeroom TVs are multi-system.

January 21, 2006 7:39 PM


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