The Legend of Zelda (Animated Series) Special Features Review

I been waiting for The Legend of Zelda (Animated Series) to go down in price for a while. Because it’s not worth the Amazon asking price and the DVD doesn’t offer much in terms of extra content.

You do have all thirteen episodes spread out between three disc with minimal extras. Such as the first disc, you have a match game where you memorize a set of cards and you can only flip a card over if you answer a question right about said cards. Once you make it to disc two you have a trivia game where you answer questions about the animated series. Disc three has a slide show gallery of concept and sketch art.

Now that I got all those minor extras out of the way. What you have spread between all three disc are the live action Super Mario Bros. Super Show segments, starring Captain Lou Albano. That’s right! Captain Lou as Mario… Woo! 

Also, you have the intro and outro to Super Mario Bros. Super Show that plays before and after each episode. You will be doing let’s Do The Mario dance before you even make it to the end of the series, it’s hypnotic.

I wouldn’t recommend this series a buy but it’s worth watching for Captain Lou as Mario and some of the Zelda episodes are good but they do repeat themselves.

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The Legend of Zelda (Animated Series) Special Features Review

I been waiting for The Legend of Zelda (Animated Series) to go down in price for a while. Because it’s not worth the Amazon asking price and the DVD doesn’t offer much in terms of extra content.

You do have all thirteen episodes spread out between three disc with minimal extras. Such as the first disc, you have a match game where you memorize a set of cards and you can only flip a card over if you answer a question right about said cards. Once you make it to disc two you have a trivia game where you answer questions about the animated series. Disc three has a slide show gallery of concept and sketch art.

Now that I got all those minor extras out of the way. What you have spread between all three disc are the live action Super Mario Bros. Super Show segments, starring Captain Lou Albano. That’s right! Captain Lou as Mario… Woo!

Also, you have the intro and outro to Super Mario Bros. Super Show that plays before and after each episode. You will be doing let’s Do The Mario dance before you even make it to the end of the series, it’s hypnotic.

I wouldn’t recommend this series a buy but it’s worth watching for Captain Lou as Mario and some of the Zelda episodes are good but they do repeat themselves.

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Reading Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents: Castlevania. By Kurt Kalata. @HG_101

Reading Hardcore Gaming 101 Presents: Castlevania. By Kurt Kalata. @HG_101

SAW: The Complete Movie Collection (Review)

Horror movie box sets are the hottest thing going today, with the release of Halloween deluxe edition and most recently the SAW franchise got its own box set… Well, I wouldn’t call it a box set myself because you have seven films on three disc, that’s right seven on three.

The first two movies are on disc one while disc two includes three-five and disc three holding six and seven. And all seven movies are compressed, you still have that Blu-Ray quality but it’s a lesser quality.

As for special features you got nothing… nothing at all. And I used to own SAW one-four and remember all kinds of audio commentaries and think tank featurettes about coming up with traps.

The only thing awesome about this set is the price. I purchased this set off Amazon for under $20 bones. Even if you try to buy each movie individually to get those special features you will be spending over $20 bucks.

Yea I’m disappointed about the extras, but this set was so cheap I couldn’t pass it up. If you’re a fan or into torture porn it’s worth a buy.

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SAW: The Complete Movie Collection (Review)

Horror movie box sets are the hottest thing going today, with the release of Halloween deluxe edition and most recently the SAW franchise got its own box set… Well, I wouldn’t call it a box set myself because you have seven films on three disc, that’s right seven on three.

The first two movies are on disc one while disc two includes three-five and disc three holding six and seven. And all seven movies are compressed, you still have that Blu-Ray quality but it’s a lesser quality.

As for special features you got nothing… nothing at all. And I used to own SAW one-four and remember all kinds of audio commentaries and think tank featurettes about coming up with traps.

The only thing awesome about this set is the price. I purchased this set off Amazon for under $20 bones. Even if you try to buy each movie individually to get those special features you will be spending over $20 bucks.

Yea I’m disappointed about the extras, but this set was so cheap I couldn’t pass it up. If you’re a fan or into torture porn it’s worth a buy.

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