Mobile Suit Gundam UC (Unicorn) Blu-ray Collection

Universal Century 0096. Three years after the last conflict between Neo Zeon and the Earth Federation Forces, the tentative peace of the Earth Sphere is about to be shattered again. Cardeas Vist, the head of the powerful Vist Foundation, has decided to hand over ”Laplace s Box,” the secret of the Foundation’s prosperity, to the supposed enemy, Neo Zeon. Banagher Links, a student at the space colony Industrial 7, rescues a mysterious girl who calls herself Audrey Burne. Audrey is seeking to prevent a war, but it seems she has come too late. As Banagher’s home colony is devastated by the attacks of the enemy mobile suit Kshatriya, he finds his strange destiny and is forced to fight in the formidable weapon system known as the Unicorn Gundam.

Contains episodes 1 – 7 of Mobile Suit Gundam UC (Unicorn).

Bonus Features: The ”Story So Far”, Episode EX ”One Hundred Years of Solitude”, Episode Recaps, Episode 5 Ending with Lyrics, Trailers, Promotional Videos, Commercials, MS & Character Highlights, Episode 3 Textless Ending.

Audio: English and Japanese 5.1 & 2.0 LPCM, English Subtitles; Video: 16 x 9 widescreen.

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Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Collector’s Ultra Edition Blu-ray

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Collector’s Ultra Edition contains Episodes 1-49, Operation Meteor OVA (Japanese Audio) and Endless Waltz OVA + Movie (Japanese/English Audio) housed in a high-quality chipboard art box. This Ultra Edition also includes 5 large art cards, 5 small art cards, 3 posters, 5-piece metal pin set, and a 180 page hardbound art book featuring pages of amazingly detailed key art, promotional artwork, mecha and character design galleries, staff and cast interviews, storyboards, and more!

Mankind has moved into space. Thousands of people live on giant orbiting space colonies called ”Sides.” However, the Earth Government, which rules the colonies, is unjust and cruel. A group of revolutionaries build five robotic weapons called Gundams and plan to send them to Earth to begin their fight for independence. Piloted by five young men, these Gundams carry the colonists’ hopes and dreams of freedom with them as they descend to Earth to begin Operation Meteor!

Special Features: Disc full of exclusive extras including the New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Frozen Teardrop Picture Drama and cast interviews.

Audio: TV: English and Japanese LPCM Stereo; Waltz OVA: English and Japanese LPCM Stereo; Waltz Movie: English and Japanese LPCM Stereo, English LPCM Surround; Operation Meteor: Japanese LPCM Stereo

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Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team Blu-ray Collection

The year is Universal Century 0079. The Federation has begun mass production of prototype Gundams for use by its ground forces. Shiro Amada, commander of the 08th MS Team, must lead his soldiers through fierce fighting on the ground. However, the Zeons are developing a secret project which could tip the balance of power! Can Shiro and his ragtag team of castoffs, rejects, and bad attitudes save the Federation?

Contains episodes 1-12 of the Mobile Suit Gundam 08th MS Team OVA Series plus the Mobile Suit Gundam 08th MS Team: Miller’s Report movie.

Special Features: Animation short ”Battle in Three Dimensions,” Clean Opening, Clean Ending, Special Animation Clip, and Promos.

Audio: OVAs: English and Japanese LPCM Stereo, Japanese LPCM Surround; Miller s Report movie: English and Japanese LPCM Stereo. Subtitles: English.

Video: 1080p 4 x 3 native HD.

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Reviewing One out of the many Music Streaming Sites

At first, it was only Rhapsody. But over the past 10 years or so, new music streaming sites have been coming up with fair regularity. Today, there are enough choices in music streaming sites out there to get anyone mixed up. And the names – Rdio, MOG, Spotify – who comes up with these and do they have a speech impediment?

The point is though that there are so many music streaming services around today that it’s difficult to know where to go. It’s about time someone came up with a review to music streaming sites. Which is what we have here.

Let’s start with an oldie, but a goodie – Rhapsody. For $10 a month, you can stream as much as you want, and they’ll support one mobile device. For $5 more, they’ll give you support for three devices. They have more than 10 million songs, scores of radio stations to help you discover new tunes, and apps for your computer and your phone or tablet. Rhapsody is such a well-built service that it’s hard to fault it anywhere. But $10 a month may be a bit expensive though.

MOG, one of the newest music streaming sites out there has everything you’re looking for. For just $5 a month, you get 10 million songs and more without mobile support. If you do want the mobile support, it’ll cost you just the same as Rhapsody. But there is a free option that’s ad supported too. MOG is deeply customizable. You can create your own channels that only play the kind of music you like.

Well, if you would like something cheaper, you could try Pandora, a real superstar among the music streaming sites. It’s actually free if you don’t mind a few advertisements. And for a mere $3 a month, you can get unlimited music and no ads. Pandora is truly special for the extra intelligent music discovery feature they have. Their Music Genome project is the Google of music. Only, it’s a way more intelligent and is way more able to come up with what you will like. What you won’t like about the Pandora is that it isn’t really a traditional music streaming service. Once you get over the fact that it picks tunes out for you, you begin to notice that it won’t let you pick tunes out for yourself. Not ever.

At this point, you’re surely wondering about the Amazon Cloud Player, Apple iTunes in the Cloud, Google Music and all of the other cloudy stuff. There is a reason we don’t talk about all of these – because they aren’t music streaming sites at all. These are just places you can go to the store the music you already have.