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the REAL review for the 20th anniversary collectors edition.,
This review is from: NBA: Ultimate Jordan (20th Anniversary Three-Disc Collector's Edition) (DVD)
All the other reviews here are for the first edition which came out about 3 years ago. This is the same as that edition which was Fan-tastic and also includes a third dvd and a bonus 1988 slam dunk content. All three dvds are double sided which makes it hard to tell what's on which disc unless you look at the table of contents in the box. Other than that it is a must have for any true nba fan because it has 5 of Jordan's top games included in their entirety. I mean it even has the intro and network theme song in the beginning. Remember when the NBA was on CBS in the mid 80s? Brings back memories of the early Bulls team battling the Pistons. The quality is excellent. They must have cleaned up some of the older games from the 1980s. The five games are the 63 pt game in Boston, 69 pt game in Cleveland, finals game against the Suns, the flu game against Utah in the 1997 finals and the final 1998 finals game. These games in itself are worth the 23.99 because they are just of unbelivable quality. It was like they played those games yesturday. There is no sign of age on the telecasts like some of those re-broadcast games on Classic Sports network. So you guys can throw away all those grainy games you recorded on VHS tapes from t.v. The 1988 slam dunk contest is also in its entirety starting from the introductions of the contestants to Jordan's post-dunk interview. I just wish it had more games like "the shot pt. 1 and 2", finals game 2 against the Lakers, and more games against the Pistons and Knicks. But maybe they are saving that for the 30th anniversary edition.
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Initial post: Jan 4, 2011 11:20:05 AM PST
Christian Brennan says:
OMG...so dude, this one coming out next month not only has all the features from the '01 version, but it has 5 "full-length" games AND the ENTIRE 1988 SLAM DUNK CONTEST FROM INTROS ON, ETC?!?!? How come it doesn't say anything about the full '88 dunk contest in the description of the BluRay?
Thanks for the insight. Any additional thoughts/info would be appreciated.
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