Blu-ray sales spike following format war end

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Following the end of the HD DVD vs. Blu-ray format war, Blu-ray disc sales have made a significant growth with a few new titles now gaining around 10% of its sales on the Blu-ray format, going…

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Uhmm, Blu-Ray sales spike, more and more players on homes, PS3 selling a lot more… I wonder where is the anti-Sony bunch??? Downloading HD content to avoid touching Blu-Ray? :d

johnzap wrote"I wonder where is the anti-Sony bunch??? Downloading HD content to avoid touching Blu-Ray?" You DEVIL…PMSL.

I think this is where I stop buying discs. This is one reason why many say digital downloads are the future. Why spend thousands of dollars on discs and discs players when 10 years down the line, they are obsolete. I’ve have bought over 200 dvds, and now realize that there is no point in buying movies anymore. DVD only lasted 10 years. Granted, it will be in the marketplace for a long time still, but the studios will eventually abondon it if more people pick up on blu-ray. Now, the only way I see digital downloads progressing, is if it’s a flat monthly fee to watch whatever you wanted, whenever you wanted. None of this pay-per-download crap. I understand why people complain about the quality of digital downloads as an obstactle. I agree, this is why I would just use digital downloads to watch everything that I don’t need to see in 1080p HD. The only movies that I would be buying on discs, would be the ones that I would want to see in 1080p.