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One of the more highly anticipated releases on the high definition HD DVD and Blu-ray disc formats, "The Ultimate Matrix Collection" and "The Complete Matrix Trilogy" box sets, will see its release on HD DVD on May 22, 2007.
Please see our announcement of the box sets for details on the contents of each.
Whether you liked the entire series, or consider the first movie to be the one true Matrix movie, it's hard to deny that this release is getting a lot of attention! The official HD DVD web site, The Look and Sound of Perfect, is now featuring a 40-second teaser trailer for the HD DVD release.
The Blu-ray release has not yet been announced, so if you're a big fan of Neo, Morpheus, and Trinity, pick up one of these sets and your favorite HD DVD player, and revel in the world that is The Matrix!
[Thanks to High-Def Digest for providing this news!]
Here is a quick list of the two versions of the box set that is being released on May 22nd, as well as the two most popular HD DVD players. Both box sets are priced at 30% off their list price. The stand-alone Toshiba HD-A2 can be had for around $300, and if you have an Xbox 360 game system, you can purchase an add-on drive to play HD DVDs for about $200.
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