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is it worth buying the t2 extreme addition when you allready have the ultimate.

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  1. 7 of 9

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    hi everyone.

    i'm thinking of buying the new extreme edition of t2, i have the ultimate, is it worth buying and a good upgrade for the picture.
     
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    covered on an earlier thread titled "Extreme DVD = Extreme Disappointment" do a search m8
     
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    I have the ultimate edition and i don't intend to upgrade since i don't have a projector and i thought the picture quality was decent enough.
     
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    def worth getting it,i did just to get the better picture and it is a much better pic than the ultimate version,i dont use the h def version on the pc just the dvd version on a 32 w/s 100hz tv and it looks good!!
     
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    The hi-def PC version is fantastic quality, but I'm not sure that's worth paying for if you have Ultimate T2. I only bought the extreme dvd because I had no copy of T2 at all (sad, but true :))

    Make sure your monitor is capable of at least 1440x816 then it might be a worthwhile investment. It is definitely superior and the standard dvd is better quality also, but not worth it if you don't plan to use the hi-def disc.
     
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    Same here. I don't plan on getting a 3gig PC just to watch the Hi-Def version anyway, not in the near future though.... :p
     
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    I think if you are questioning the worthiness of the extreme disc, it is not worth you buying it.

    I'm sticking with the Ultimate version, as in my book Ultimate=best
     
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    but if you wanta better pic quality then buy the extreme
     
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    I paid £15 for the James Cameron commentary alone!
     

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