Patlabor: The New Files – The Complete Series – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Patlabor: The New Files – The Complete Series

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $32.82 / £26.78 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 16 (2 Disc Set)

Plot: Every cop has a story to tell, but not all of them are safe to show on television. That’s especially true in the crazed world of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police’s Special Vehicle Section, because when you toss giant robots into the mix almost anything can happen. A teddy bear holding people hostage and a search for albino alligators may just be typical days on the job, but what about an undercover mission into a public bathhouse looking for suspicious moles?

What happens when the only place where you and your coworker can wait out a typhoon is a room in one of Japan’s notorious “Love Hotels”? Then there’s that drunken weekend at the hot springs and the infamous “underwear incident.” But not every story has a humorous edge, and what begins as a battle for corporate survival turns into a melee in the streets as the makers of the deadly Griffin return for the ultimate exercise in urban combat! Noa Izumi and the men and women of the SV2 reveal the stories that couldn’t be told before!

Hellsing Ultimate – Volume 9 and 10 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION LOCKED

Hellsing Ultimate – Volume 9 and 10 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack)

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT Playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A only

DVD Region: 1 (Confirmed NOT Playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region 1 only

Price: $22.99 / £15.59 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 9 and 10 (2 DVD & 2 Blu-ray)

Plot: Alucard awakens and his thirst for vengeance is stronger than ever. This anarchist must use everything in his mythical repertoire to show that his bite is far worse than an army of snarling Nazi werewolves. As Alucard absorbs every drop of blood in sight, all begin to realize that the ultimate slaughter might be too much to handle even for the deadliest of demonic slayers.

UK Release of Girls Und Panzer OVA Collection Pushed Back Slightly


If you are eagerly awaiting MVM Entertainment’s upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release of Girls Und Panzer OVA Collection then unfortunately you’ll have to wait a ‘little bit’ longer, as the set has been pushed back until the 16th June 2014.

The set was originally expected to release on the 2nd June 2014, however after noticing several online retailers, such as Amazon and Zavvi, listing a 16th June 2014 release date we decided to reach out to MVM Entertainment for some clarification on the release date, and it seems the release date change is indeed true.

It is indeed 16 June – DVD for sure, but BD may have to go back another week.

This means that the Girls Und Panzer OVA Collection will be released on the 16th June 2014 as opposed to it’s inital 2nd June 2014 release date, however the bad news doesn’t stop their as the Blu-ray version of the set may be released a ‘week after’ the DVD version, thus arriving on the 23rd June 2014.

So as it stands now the DVD Version of Girls Und Panzer OVA Collection will be released on the 16th June 2014, with the Blu-ray version expected to release on the same day but it ‘may be’ pushed back to 23rd June 2014.

Unboxing: Shakugan No Shana S: OVA Series (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [AUS]


With the entire American Shakugan No Shana Blu-ray Collection REGION LOCKED Shana fans will have to look elsewhere for the Blu-ray treatment and luckily salvation can be found in the Australian Blu-ray (Combo Pack) release, and today i’ll be taking a look at what its got to offer.

For those unaware Australian Blu-ray’s are Region B, the same Region as the UK, so if a Blu-ray is Region Locked within America (and is not getting a UK release) it might be worthwhile having a look at some Australian stores (especially DeVoteD DVD) as you may find end up finding what you want. The reason why Australian Blu-rays aren’t listed on this site is because by default they are REGION B, which means they will always work on UK Blu-ray players. Read more of this post