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http://kotaku.com/gaming/hd-era/michael-bay-slams-microsoft-over-hd+dvd-calls-blu+ray-superior-329967.php

 

"What you don't understand is corporate politics. Microsoft wants both formats to fail so they can be heroes and make the world move to digital downloads. That is the dirty secret no one is talking about. That is why Microsoft is handing out $100 million dollar checks to studios just embrace the HD DVD and not the leading, and superior Blu Ray. They want confusion in the market until they perfect the digital downloads. Time will tell and you will see the truth."

 

This is rather interesting, especially if any of it happens to be true. Quick, get out the foil hats!

 



Please see:

http://www.vgchartz.com/forum/thread.php?id=11384&start=0#end



i think theres already a thread for this



looks like takeru51 linked it



well zomg.

Still, I wouldn't have known since the title of that thread is "The Plot Thickens"

 



Its also linked in the BR vs HD-DVD thread .....



IllegalPaladin said:

well zomg.

Still, I wouldn't have known since the title of that thread is "The Plot Thickens"

 


yeah your right



Yeah, this has been linked a few times already.

Anyway, Michael Bay, Steven Spielberg, and Ridley Scott have all been very pro-Blu-Ray from the start. It's most likely because, as Directors, they feel that the added capacity and higher bitrates of Blu-Ray will lead to a better representation of their films.

There has not been a single director that has expressed a preference for HD DVD.



makingmusic476 said:
Yeah, this has been linked a few times already.

Anyway, Michael Bay, Steven Spielberg, and Ridley Scott have all been very pro-Blu-Ray from the start. It's most likely because, as Directors, they feel that the added capacity and higher bitrates of Blu-Ray will lead to a better representation of their films.

There has not been a single director that has expressed a preference for HD DVD.

yeah i know,i thought some director would atleast be pro-HD-DVD