46 of 47 people found the following review helpful
+ USB plays many different video formats
+ wifi and youtube/iplayer work perfectly
+ fairly quiet
- Remote control is bad both in design and signal quality.
- Crashes from time to time when dealing with blu-ray menus.
- Picture viewer can't read .png files
I don't regret buying this product but the remote really is awful, and a markedly worse one than the previous model has. The buttons are very small and hard to press and it has to be pointed directly at the receiver, with fewer than 5 degrees misalignment. Often takes two or three attempts to get it to register.
3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Good, but overhyped.
My largest issue is to do with faults of the game's performance on the console rather than of the game itself. The loading times are far too long, and seem to be unaffected by the amount of information being loaded. The loading times to walk into a shop on the street are probably close to 30 seconds, and another 30 seconds to walk out again. When I play an open world game, but don't dare to take a curious peek inside of the houses on the street because I can't bear the loading times, it's a real problem. My sense of wonderment is crushed by the loading screens, making me take the most soulless, efficient routes possible in order to avoid as many of them… Read more
5 of 12 people found the following review helpful
The company who released the first volume, Manga Entertainment, have cancelled the project and at this point in time do not plan to release any further volumes.
I'd definitely recommend it as a show to watch, but there's not much point buying the blu-ray just for the first volume then having to downgrade to standard definition for the rest of the show.