February 22, 2008 by Gordon Jones
If the whole format war has left you a bit stressed, this might be the deal for you. Cozy up to a roaring (digital) fire or maybe watch waves crash on a beach you’ll probably never see first hand. Either way, you’ll need an HD DVD player to take advantage of this offer, but they don’t seem hard to find, if you’re still(!?) shopping.
HDScape, maker of high def screen savers and loved by stoners everywhere, is joining the HD DVD mass exodus with their own blowout sale, slashing each of their eight titles to just $6.95 a piece (originally $24.95). Or, if you’re really tweaked out, you can grab the entire lot for $39.95.
- HDWindow: Hawaii HD DVD
- Antarctica Dreaming HD DVD
- Exotic Saltwater Aquarium HD DVD
- Fireplace: Visions Of Tranquility HD DVD
- Serenity HD DVD (no, not the good one)
- Visions of the Sea HD DVD
- HD Window: The Great Southwest HD DVD
- HD DVD Sampler HD DVD (just $3.95)
If you already purchased one of these disks in the now defunct format, HDScape is also offering a $11.95 “upgrade” fee to Blu-ray.
Sale price: $6.95 each / $39.95 for the 8 disc bundle
Deal ends: when they’re gone
Buy now: www.hdscape.com
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