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Green Bay Packers: Road to Xlv [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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34 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Please don't buy this until Vivendi fixes this 2 Dec. 2011
By Mark Kittell - Published on
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OK, I am a Packer fan, so I sprung the cash for this. Don't follow my lead. I was stunned by the poor video quality of the Super Bowl broadcast. To say it looks like a VHS recording off an analogue source is being only slightly hyperbolic. The sound is OK, so long as you don't have it turned too high. But the picture is fuzzy and with poor detail even in close-ups. Extremely disappointing in comparison to the high quality of the "greatest games" DVDs. Shame on the NFL and Vivendi for releasing this inferior product.
21 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Perspective, People 13 Dec. 2011
By Andy Stoffels - Published on
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When I first saw this item available for pre-order, I had to reread the product description a few times just to make sure that it was really promising the entirety of the last four games of the Packers' phenomenal 2010 postseason, including their Super Bowl XLV victory. As a lifetime Packers fan with a DVR full of games I just can't seem to bring myself to delete -- and having watched these four particular games on an almost endless loop over the past year -- I was amazed to see a price tag around the twenty-five dollar mark for this. I jumped at the chance to own it, and I haven't regretted that decision for a second.

Reading the reviews here, one would think that some customers and their families were personally targeted by Vivendi and/or the NFL by their failure to produce this in HD. Last week, I popped in a videotape (!) of a game I had recorded many moons ago on the local CBS affiliate using a RABBIT EAR antenna on the top of our TV at the time. There were points when 'snow' interference blurred a play or two, but I wasn't watching it for the clarity. I was watching it because I loved the MEMORY of that game and what was going on with the Pack (and with me) at the time it happened. Mission accomplished.

As soon as I got these DVDs in my hand, I held my breath and inserted the disc of the Atlanta game, prepared for the worst after sifting through all these complaints. Imagine my relief when I discovered that the game was perfectly fine! I switched back and forth between a couple of plays from that game still on my HD DVR and on the DVD, and there is absolutely a drop in quality (hence 4 stars instead of 5), but it's certainly nothing that will keep me from enjoying these four games for years and decades to come! Besides, I know the NFL Network has the games in HD and they'll still show them every once in a while. Someday, they might even release this same set of games in HD on Blu-Ray or whatever the latest, greatest technology will be in the future. When they do, I'll bet it'll cost much more than twenty-five bucks... and you'd better believe I'll buy those, too! In the meantime, though, these will suit me just fine. The people leaving one-star reviews for these discs are HD fans; they're not Packers fans. Their complaints that this should have been released in HD are kind of like complaining about a toaster because it doesn't slice your bread for you. These discs were not advertised as being in HD, and the price is just right for that. If you're a Packers fan, you'll love having these games in your collection.

My HD DVR will probably last another year or so before it's replaced with a newer, better model, but these DVDs will remain, and they'll be just as watchable 20 years from now and bring back just as many wonderful memories as that videotaped game from 20 years ago brought me. Will I care that it looks a little snowy and it isn't in full-surround 3D? Nope. The Packers won the Super Bowl! I'm happy to relive that memory and the memories of their run up to that game any time, in HD or not.
19 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Disappointed cheesehead 3 Dec. 2011
By Karen McGivern - Published on
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NFL-Green Bay Packers-Road to XLV I read the reviews & didn't heed the warnings of the poor quality. I wanted to have a copy of the final 4 games of the season that I ignored the reviews figuring, how bad can it really be? It is like a poor copy on an old VCR machine. Why? All the people buying this are going to be upset.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
i am happy that i bought it! 19 Nov. 2013
By Radesh Shiwlochan - Published on
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i read the reviews and alot of people said the video quality was bad but i am a packers fan so i decided to buy it anyway. when i played it, the quality wasnt horrible but i could see what they were talking about, but i didnt mind i was just happy that i got to see those games again! the four playoff games are unedited and are the original broadcast which is great, i didnt want them to be the documentary type or edited to be just thee important plays, i wanted it to be the full game and it was! overall i recommend if your a packers fan, i love it!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
complete Playoff run for the packers!! 14 Jun. 2014
By Dan M - Published on
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It is not HD quality but it just like on tv watching playoff games. Thought this is awesome because I never seen any Super Bowl Champs that have games on DVD of their playoff wins including the Super Bowl. Plus this DVD provide closed captioned!!!!

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